pop-rock

Deep Purple to release new studio album “Whoosh!” on June 12th 2020

March 20th sees the release of “Throw My Bones”, the first single from Deep Purple’s highly anticipated studio album “Whoosh!”.

“Throw My Bones” is a song to remember; a powerful insight into the bands 21st studio album.

Watch the video for “Throw My Bones” below. Stream and download the new single here.

El Ten Eleven announces trio of full-length albums “Tautology I, II & III” out in May, July and September 2020

El Ten Eleven have announced a trio of full-length albums dubbed “Tautology I” (release date: May 1), “Tautology II” (July 10) and “Tautology III” (Sept. 18) with the Joyful Noise Recordings’ releases representing a sonic meditation on the arc of human life, composed in three parts.

The Zombies announce May & June 2020 Scandinavian Tour and reschedule US shows for October 2020

Timed with the one-year anniversary of The Zombies’ induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and 50 years to-the-day that their classic “Time of The Season' first hit #1 on the charts, the music legends announce The Invaders Return Tour.

Vandenberg to release new studio album “2020” on May 29th 2020

Vandenberg have set to release their new studio album “2020” on May 29th, 2020, via Mascot Records.

Vandenberg. A name with an illustrious past. Led by master guitarist Adrian Vandenberg, the Dutch foursome released three quality albums during the early to mid-80s, namely, the self-titled 1982 debut, (spawning the US hit single “Burning Heart”) “Heading for a Storm” (1983) and “Alibi” (1985).

Ravenscry to release new studio album “100” on May 15th 2020

Italian melodic-metallers Ravenscry have released their new music video and single for “Maybe”; the track is taken from the forthcoming studio album “100”, which will be out on May 15th, 2020.

Watch the video for “Maybe” below. The video was directed by Salvatore Perrone.

Dramatically soaring vocals, bone-shaking rhythms and darkly real songwriting.

Cellar Darling announce “Lockdown” campaign starting on April 5th 2020

Like many artists, Cellar Darling have been hit hard by the Coronavirus pandemic and the associated lockdown measures and show cancellations. Rather than giving in or just asking for money without offering something in return, they’ve announced a campaign where they will provide exclusive content to fans straight from their own homes and rehearsal space, culminating in a live-streamed performance at Lucerne’s Soundfarm Studio.