blues rock

Wishbone Ash to release new studio album “Coat of Arms” on February 28th 2020

Wishbone Ash celebrates a half-century of live twin-lead guitar power in 2020. Fans can look forward to enjoying repertoire from the band’s vast catalog of exactly 100 unique releases – 27 studio albums, 24 live albums, 43 compilations and box sets and five live DVDs, along with a DVD rockumentary (“This is Wishbone Ash”).

Me And That Man to release new studio album “New Man, New Songs, Same Shit, Vol.1” on March 27th 2020

The dark veil between Nergal’s enigmatic blackened blues project and its dedicated congregation has been lifted. Napalm Records is pleased to announce the official release of Me And That Man’s second full-length album, entitled “New Man, New Songs, Same Shit, Vol.1” on March 27th, 2020. It will be celebrated with a special record release show in London on the same day, including special guests from the album.
 

Gotthard to release new studio album “#13” on March 13th 2020

Today, Swiss rockers Gotthard have announced that their suitably titled 13th studio album, “#13”, will be released on March 13th, 2020, via Nuclear Blast Records.

To coincide with the announcement, the band have released a brand new music video for first single “Missteria”, which is available to watch now below. Get “Missteria” digitally, here.

Åskväder to release self titled debut album on March 13th 2020

Electrifying Swedish power-trio Åskväder makes thunder and lightning through rock music. Well balanced seasoning to the sound of the 90s Scandinavian rock scene mixed up with smoking hot riffs drenched in bluesy licks and catchy refrains. Adding thundering drum and bass groove with a topping consisting of elaborate vocal harmonies Åskväder is Swedish and can be translated into “Thunderstorm”. That says it all. No fuss, just straight Rock ‘n Roll.
 

Me And That Man releases official video for new single “Burning Churches”

Me And That Man has unleashed their latest black sermon, “Burning Churches”, today via Napalm Records, accompanied by an obscure audiovisual. Mat McNerney’s (Grave Pleasures) raspy, gripping vocal performance accents this outlaw country-inspired blackened blues piece, forging an ominous atmosphere.

Wille & The Bandits return with new line-up in 2020

Wille & The Bandits return in 2020 with a brand-new line up, further increasing their immense and immersive sound by moving from a trio to a four piece.

The band will now feature screaming Hammond organ and second guitar as well as 3-way vocal harmonies. Wille will be joined by Finn McAuley (drums & percussion), Harry Mackaill (bass, ukulele & vocals) and Matthew Gallagher (keyboards, guitars, percussion & vocals).