hard rock

Myles Kennedy to release new solo album “The Ides of March” on May 14th 2021

Never a musician to waste any precious time, Alter Bridge and Slash and the Conspirators vocalist Myles Kennedy used the recent pandemic downtime to finalize his sophomore solo album. The finished result is the exciting new offering, “The Ides of March”, which incorporates Myles’ love of rock, blues and country and is slated for release on May 14th, 2021, via Napalm Records.

Mammoth WVH to release self-titled debut album on June 11th 2021

The long-awaited debut album from Mammoth WVH now has a scheduled release date. The self-titled album will be available worldwide on June 11th, 2021, via EX1 Records/Explorer1 Music Group.

A pre-order for Mammoth WVH in various configurations - including exclusive colour vinyl as well as limited autographed copies via the band’s online store - can be found here.

Sunbomb to release debut album “Evil and Divine” on May 14th 2021

Sunbomb is the highly anticipated new musical alliance between two steadfast warriors of the U.S. hard rock/metal scene, Tracii Guns (L.A. Guns) and Michael Sweet (Stryper). They have put together an absolute blinder of a heavy metal album, melding influences of classic metal bands such as Black Sabbath and Judas Priest with Tracii’s love of metal subgenres, specifically doom metal. The band’s debut album, “Evil and Divine” is out on May 14th, 2021.

Blind Faith to release debut EP “Closer” on March 26th 2021

Blind Faith is the AOR & melodic neoclassical metal project by Anton Darusso, lead vocals of critically acclaimed Wings Of Destiny and Oxidize.

Blind Faith’s debut EP “Closer” will be out on March 26th, 2021, via Wormholedeath worldwide.

Tracklist:
1. Dream chaser
2. Closer
3. Separate ways (Journey cover)

Motörhead to release “Louder Than Noise… Live in Berlin” on April 23rd 2021

Motörhead and Germany… it was always a love affair. Throughout the Grammy-Award winning band’s illustrious 40-year career, Germany never wavered in its loyal and fanatical support of Motörhead’s untouchably loud rock ‘n’ roll, with the band regularly selling out tour after tour. And on December 5th, 2012, at the Berlin Velodrom, Motörhead played one of their biggest-ever German gigs to 12,000 delirious, delighted and demented Motörhead fans during the Kings of The Road Tour.