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Mother Feather releases new music video for “Red Hot Metal”

Mother Feather tackles “Red Hot Metal”, as Maria Manic takes on Matt “The Bulldozer” Tremont in new video; NYC release show tomorrow at Knitting Factory.

As the year comes to a close, New York City’s Mother Feather aren’t letting up: the notorious stage-destroyers are releasing the visuals for album opener “Red Hot Metal” just ahead of their hometown album release show.

John Diva & The Rockets Of Love release music video for first single “Lolita”

The flashy band in the style of the eighties John Diva & The Rockets Of Love releases their first single and video for the song “Lolita” today.

John Diva says: “"Lolita" is pure SoCal lifestyle, pure Californian rock: Like orange juice with that tiny shot of Whiskey, like the ladies in tight bikinis, like real rockers with pretty darn long hair… You name it! "Lolita" is your 3,5 min long summer vacation with sunshine guaranteed!”...

You can watch the video below.

Erotic Psycho - The Lost Boyz

Erotic Psycho are a Spanish Sleazy quartet on their sophomore effort, that are somewhat endearing, despite not being particularly original and suffering from a singer that while certainly in the right frame of mind and with the right attitude, has a weird accent and seems to avoid going for the whole range, maybe for good reason, maybe not, but feels pretty grounded and not out and about. Think of him as a Vincenzo Neiloz of sorts, only think of Neil worse moments – because good ones were quite a rarity.
 

John Diva & The Rockets Of Love to release debut album “Mama Said Rock is Dead” on February 8th 2019

He’s back again! But was he ever truly gone? Rock N’ Roll with a capital ‘N’ – showing that anything goes in this profession – is experiencing what feels like its seventh or eighth spring. And in the middle of it all: John Diva & The Rockets Of Love.

The flashy band in the style of the eighties has been blessed with the talent of bringing a breath of fresh air to classic rock music. They are the rightful heirs of an era in which Van Halen, Aerosmith, Bon Jovi, Whitesnake, Scorpions, Guns N` Roses or Mötley Crüe roved around all over the planet and took apart anything they could get their hands on. John Diva is charged US entertainment at its very best.

Mother Feather debuts new single “Totally Awesome”

Just before the highly anticipated drop of their sophomore album, “Constellation Baby”, this Friday (Nov. 2), Mother Feather is bringing fans a final preview of the record with the boot-stomping “Totally Awesome”, which can be heard below.

The slow-building, classic rock-revering anthem proclaims the power of doing what you want, going where you want, and hails the “exuberant freedom of being in love in an epic ode to a magical city”, according to frontwoman Ann Courtney.

King Zebra release lyric video for new single “Firewalker”

Swiss hard rock band King Zebra – featuring Eric St. Michaels (ex-China) on vocals – have released a new digital single and lyric video for “Firewalker”, it’s the second song taken from their forthcoming EP.

Check out the lyric video below.

The track was recorded & mixed by V.O. Pulver (Gurd, Poltergeist) at Little Creek Studio and mastered by Dan Suter (Krokus, Shakra, Eluveitie) at Echochamber.

John Diva & The Rockets Of Love sign with Steamhammer/SPV and announce debut album “Mama Said Rock is Dead”

What started some six years ago as an 80s rock show paying tribute to icons such as Van Halen, Mötley Crüe, Aerosmith and Bon Jovi has long developed into a hot, autonomous act with fantastic songs and an impressive stage show: John Diva & The Rockets Of Love, a flamboyant rock band in true 80s style, graced with a talent for breathing fresh air into the classic rock music genre, are scheduled to release their debut album “Mama Said Rock is Dead” on Steamhammer/SPV on February 8th, 2019.

Ace Frehley release music video for “Rockin’ with the Boys”

Founding Kiss guitarist and Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame member Ace Frehley has released the music video for “Rockin’ with the Boys”.

Watch the video below.

Filmed live in Detroit Rock City, this is the first music video we've seen from The Spaceman since he released the video for “Fire and Water”.
 
That video featured Kiss frontman Paul Stanley and was off of “Origins, Vol. 1”, released in 2016. The video was done by veteran director Justin Reich.
 

The Quireboys live in London 2018


The mix of ages and styles in the audiences proves their skill in being able to both keep the spirit and sound of classic rock & roll and blues, whilst dragging it kicking and screaming in to the 21st century, with their unique Quireboys twist.
 
The suspense was palpable as we waited for them to enter the stage. Everyone immediately erupted into cheering and wolf whistling when they first caught a glimpse.
 
Spike looked amazing in his deep red velvet, pirate-esque appearance. With his flowing scarfs twirling around him as he danced about the stage. And he gave them the perfect introduction: “We are The Quireboys, and this, is rock and roll”…