hard rock & roll

Lucifer Star Machine to release new studio album “The Devil’s Breath” on April 3rd 2020

The Sign Records will release the fourth album “The Devil’s Breath” with Lucifer Star Machine. The album will be released worldwide on April 3rd, 2020, on vinyl, CD and various digital platforms.

There will be a deluxe vinyl version with gatefold sleeve, purple front cover, splatter vinyl and additional artwork. Limited to 500 copies. The regular LP version is available in black and very limited coloured vinyl. CD will come as digipak with booklet. Artwork by Łukasz Jaszak.

Every Mother’s Nightmare issues new video for “Pray”

Memphis, Tennessee’s Every Mother’s Nightmare recently announced that they are recording a new album but that hasn’t stopped them from continuing to promote their back catalog.

The band and their label have just released another new video for the track “Pray” from the 2018 reissue “Smokin’ Delta Voodoo”. EMN is on the climb and a very notable resurgence since the release of their last full-length original album “Grind”.

Audrey Horne to release new live album “Waiting for the Night” on February 28th 2020

The “Waiting for the Night” is over: Audrey Horne returns with a magnificent live version of “Redemption Blues”, along with powerful footage from one of their legendary intensive performances. Passionate, timeless, extraordinary hard rock is the best description for a rousing track like this – everything you desire from energetic, heavy rock is bundled and expressed in “Redemption Blues”. The listener will experience undisputed authenticity combined with pushing riffs and a remarkable resonating live atmosphere.

BulletBoys announce new live shows for 2019 and 2020

The original platinum-selling BulletBoys lineup, featuring Marq Torien, Mick Sweda, Lonnie Vencent and Jimmy D’Anda, is returning in 2020!
 
The hard rockers will kick off the reunion with a hometown gig on December 30 at their old haunt, the Whisky a Go Go in West Hollywood. Aside from one show in 2011, this original lineup has not performed together since 1993.
 

Blister Brigade to release new studio album “Slugfest Supreme” on February 21st 2020

Swedish hard-rocking riff machine Blister Brigade is set to release their third studio album “Slugfest Supreme” on February 21st, 2020, via Inverse Records. 

The band has released a video for the first single “Venomous Twister”. Watch the video below.

In/Vertigo signs record deal with Rockshots Records and release music video for “Bad Enemy”

Canadian hard-rockers In/Vertigo have signed a worldwide record deal with Rockshots Records, for the release of their debut EP “Sex Love & Chaos”, coming out in early 2020.

Formed in 2016 by local Calgary rock veterans, In/Vertigo started right away to create a turbulent force that wrecked havoc throughout Western Canada in the recent past years. The band was able to constantly tour and gig for over two years reaching upwards of 350 shows, even opening for bigger bands such as Diamond Head, Pop Evil, The Wild!, The Lazy’s. 

Black Palle releases new music video for “Rush to the Grave”

Finnish rock‘n’roll / metal combo Black Palle are pleased to announce that they have signed a distribution deal with Wormholedeath for the release of their self-titled album “Black Palle”.

“Black Palle” will be out on December 20th, 2019, via Wormholedeath / The Orchard / Wormholedeath USA.

Watch the new video for “Rush to the Grave” below.

Pre-order will be available on December 6th, 2019.

 
Tracklist:
1.Death Comes to All

Kirk Windstein to release debut solo album “Dream in Motion” on January 24th 2020

He’s a man VICE calls “an institution” with a voice recognized by Rolling Stone as the sound of resilience. Now, Kirk Windstein, the highly respected sludge metal pioneer and unmistakable earthmoving bellow of Crowbar, stomps forward as a solo artist for the very first time. On January 24th, 2020, Entertainment One (eOne) will proudly release “Dream in Motion”, Windstein’s singular debut and a recording that sees the Dark Lord of the Southern Riff stretch his creative wings and strengthen his indelible legacy.

Airbourne - Boneshaker

The bastard nephews of AC/DC, Australia’s Airbourne, have grown to be a pretty big attraction on their own, but in all truth, past their first couple of albums, they haven’t been able to keep up the whole doppelganger game, as well as they did initially, despite the best intentions they might have had and I feel that this is in no small part due to them trying too hard. What do I mean?