heavy blues

Stray Train release music video for “Give it Away”

Superb heavy blues rockers Stray Train have released a new single and video for the song “Give it Away”, taken from the latest album “Blues from Hell” (released November 24th, 2017).

The video cut and edit by Jaka Curlic, filmed during the band’s shows with Nickelback and Scorpions. Watch the video below.

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Full House Brew Crew release new lyric video for “Another Life”

Greek Power Groove Metallers Full House Brew Crew featuring a Rotting Christ member in their ranks, have released a new lyric video for “Another Life”.

The track is taken from their monstrous second album “Me Against You”, due on November 16th, 2018, via ROAR! Rock Of Angels Records.

Check out the lyric video below.

After many years of absence, because of Vagelis’ duties as the bass player of the legendary Rotting Christ, Full House Brew Crew are coming back with a strong statement of an album.

Full House Brew Crew release new lyric video for “Hollow God”

Greek Power Groove Metallers Full House Brew Crew featuring a Rotting Christ member in their ranks, have released a new lyric video for “Hollow God”, the track is taken from their monstrous second album “Me Against You”, out on November 16th, 2018, via ROAR! Rock Of Angels Records.

Check out the lyric video below.

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Full House Brew Crew to release new studio album “Me Against You” on November 16th 2018

Greek Power Groove Metallers Full House Brew Crew have announced the release of their monstrous second album “Me Against You” on November 16th, 2018, via ROAR! Rock Of Angels Records.

After many years of absence, because of Vagelis’ duties as the bass player of the legendary Rotting Christ, Full House Brew Crew are coming back with a strong statement of an album.

“No Retreat” and “Black Empty Box” were the fan’s favourite songs from their debut album “Bet It All” and with those songs in mind, now they put out “Me Against You”, which maybe includes the heaviest power grooves ever written from a European artist.

The Ugly Kings release new single “Black Widow”

Melbourne rockers The Ugly Kings release their stunning new single “Black Widow”,  the second track taken from their highly anticipated debut album “Darkness is My Home”, which is due for release on April 13th, 2018, via Kozmik Artifactz.

“Black Widow” is a simply sublime tune showcasing The Ugly Kings' talent perfectly, a song bowing under the the unfettered weight of the band's unique rich, dark, melancholic and twisted blues rock. Listen to “Black Widow” below.
 

Owl Company to release debut album “Horizon” on July 14th 2017

Owl Company, a new band from São Paulo, Brazil will release their debut full length album “Horizon” on July 14th, 2017.
 
“Riddles” is the first single and can be heard below.
 
Owl Company consists of Enrico Minelli (vocals), Thiago Biasoli (drums), Fabio Yamamoto (bass) and Felipe Ruiz (guitar).
 
The release of “Horizon” will be followed by tours of the USA and Europe this Summer and Fall.

White Light Cemetery


Hi Thomas and welcome to Grande Rock. Do tell us… how do you feel now that you’re back with a new album after almost 4 years?
 
T: Hi. It’s great to be here! I’d say we’re relieved first off, because it ended up taking a little longer to get it done that we anticipated. But, at the same time, it’s really got us motivated to get out there and work hard to promote it. Kind of lit a fire under our asses I guess.
 
 
What happened during those 4 years and why did it take you that long to release a new album?
 

White Light Cemetery - Careful What You Wish For

White Light Cemetery is a band that comes from Lafayette, Louisiana and they sure know how to rock. Having released their debut back in 2013, it took them around 4 years to come up with their sophomore release. Now the band is under a new label and they want to take advantage of every little thing they can… I guess the album title “Careful What You Wish For” is relevant to that. Along comes the track “Quit Work, Make Music”, which says it all. A motto that all “genuine” musicians should follow!