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FM to release new studio album “Atomic Generation” on March 30th 2018

The mighty FM will release their new album “Atomic Generation” on March 30th, 2018, via Frontiers Music srl.

FM's eleventh studio album, “Atomic Generation” features eleven new tracks and was recorded at Coal House Studios in Staffordshire and West3 Productions, London, engineered by Scott Ralph and mixed by Jeff Knowler.

“I think this is the most mature and complete FM album we’ve made”, says Steve Overland.

Tracklist:
01. Black Magic
02. Too Much of a Good Thing
03. Killed by Love
04. In It for the Money
05. Golden Days

Cats In Space


Hello Greg and congrats on a sophomore album, Scarecrow”, that managed if not to top your debut at least come shoulder to shoulder with it…
 
G: Hi there! Yes, we are all very pleased so far. The reviews have been amazing and we feel “Scarecrow” is a big leap forward.
 
 
What’s new in the world of the “cats”?
 
G: New? Nothing really, we are from the 1970s!
 

Whitesnake announces new studio album “Flesh & Blood” and Summer 2018 North American Tour with Foreigner

Whitesnake have set to release their new studio album, which is titled “Flesh & Blood”, in early 2018, via Frontiers Music Srl.

Whitesnake will celebrate the release of “Flesh & Blood” by embarking on the “Juke Box Heroes Tour” next Summer with Foreigner and Jason Bonham.

David Coverdale says: “We are truly excited & looking forward to playing in 2018 with Foreigner and my dear friend, the exceptional Jason Bonham, on their North American tour”.

Cats In Space - Scarecrow

I was surprised, scratch that, amazed, when I heard the debut album by UK sextet Cats In Space, who feature in their ranks a number of seasoned musicians who had success in decades past but only came together a couple of years ago to form this new band. Taking only a year they came up with an equally amazing album as their debut, if not better. Their 70s classic rock, with big hooks and AOR sensibilities owes a lot to Kansas and Boston as it does to ELO and 10CC, but all their influences are accumulated perfectly and their identity is quite unique in its own right.
 

Cats In Space to release new studio album “Scarecrow” on August 25th 2017

UK AOR/Pomp Rockers Cats In Space have released a music video for “Mad Hatter's Tea Party”.

The song is taken from the band's forthcoming album “Scarecrow” - the follow up to 2015's “Too Many Gods”, due out on August 25th, 2017, and a national tour is confirmed for September. The video can be viewed below.

The Night Flight Orchestra - Amber Galactic

Firstly, once word of advice, if you want to do Disco/AOR influenced stuff, where the funk are you going with such a snare and bass drum sounds?! Also, no matter what, despite Björn “Speed” Strid’s “clean” efforts in Soilwork’s “sell-out” albums, (post “Predator’s Portrait”), he’s an average vocalist… you should hire a guy who can sing, as this genre more than any other one has some of the most impressive vocalists.
 

Circle to release new studio album “Terminal” on June 23rd 2017

Circle is the very definition of genre-defying; a rare feat for any band, but effortlessly achieved by this prolific Finnish collective.

Circle's latest album “Terminal”, confirmed for release on June 23rd, 2017, through Southern Lord, is pure hedonistic pleasure.

The “Terminal” track “Kill City” can be streamed below.

Brother Firetribe


Hi Pekka and congrats on your new album “Sunbound”. I do think this is your best work to date…
 
P: Thanks a lot, I think we share the same opinion...!
 
 
So do tell us… why did it take you almost 3 years to come up with a new album? Was it something that you had planned? Did it just occur due to the members’ other obligations and especially Emppu?