melodic rock

Scott Stapp to release new studio album “The Space Between the Shadows” on July 19th 2019

The return of Grammy winning songwriter, Creed frontman, and platinum-certified solo artist, Scott Stapp is underway. As new single, “Purpose for Pain”, gains traction, Scott today revealed the July 19th, 2019, release date, the meaningful cover art, and the track listing for his first album in six years, “The Space Between the Shadows” (Napalm Records).

Nth Ascension to release new studio album “Stranger Than Fiction” on May 31st 2019

UK progressive rock band, Nth Ascension, featuring Ten keyboarder Darrel Treece-Birch in their ranks, have announced the release of their third album “Stranger Than Fiction” on May 31st, 2019, via Metatronic Records.

The album contains 8 tracks including a further three instalments from the ongoing Clanaan Chronicles storyline, which began on their debut release.

Ricky Warwick signs worldwide deal with Nuclear Blast and announces new solo album “When Life was Fast and Hard”

Ricky Warwick (Black Star Riders, Thin Lizzy, The Almighty) announced today that he has signed a worldwide deal with Nuclear Blast for his solo album releases. Further, he also announced that he has begun recording his latest solo offering, “When Life was Fast and Hard”.

Playing on the album are Ricky Warwick (vocals & guitars), Robert Crane (bass), Keith Nelson (guitars) and Xavier Muriel (drums), as well as several special guests.
 

The Room announces November 2019 UK Headlining Tour

Having signed to White Star Records in late 2018 - and subsequently releasing their third studio album “Caught by the Machine” on February 22nd, 2019 - Reading rock sextet The Room are thrilled to confirm a run of UK tour dates taking place throughout November, with support from labelmates The Paradox Twin. Additionally, Voices From The Fuselage will join The Room and The Paradox Twin for their performance at London’s 229 venue on November 16th, 2019.

Sweden Rock Festival – Past, Present and Future Secrets revealed

This following article is multipurpose. It wishes to present my past experiences when visiting the Sweden Rock Festival in the years 2008, 2009 and 2010. In doing so, the article will also work as a short guide of how to get there, economically and tips about having a good time and enjoying the most out of your stay there. Lastly there should be short feature of what’s in store in 2019, when this year’s festival opens its doors from the 5th to the 8th of June 2019.