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Big Paul Ferguson to release first solo album “Virtual Control” on June 25th 2021

As a founding member and co-creative mind behind proto-industrial post-punk icons Killing Joke, Big Paul Ferguson has already earned his place among the most influential and highly regarded musicians of his era. Ferguson’s signature tribal drum style not only set Killing Joke apart from the scores of British bands coming up in the 80s, adding both depth and weight to the band’s piercing, discordant sound, but it also became a reference point for rock percussionists that followed in the band’s wake.

Marta Gabriel to release debut solo album “Metal Queens” on July 16th 2021

Crystal Viper front woman Marta Gabriel announced the release of “Metal Queens” - debut solo album, which is a collection of cover songs, and a tribute to the female heavy metal and hard rock singers of the ‘80s. “It’s a celebration and tribute to some of my favorite female vocalists, and a solid piece of heavy metal that fans might enjoy even if they don’t know original versions of those songs”, says Gabriel.

Dennis DeYoung to release new solo album “26 East, Vol. 2” on June 11th 2021

Former Styx frontman Dennis DeYoung is back with the second volume of his fond farewell to recorded music, “26 East, Vol. 2”, due out on June 11th, 2021. As with the preceding volume, “26 East, Vol. 2” once again hints strongly at DeYoung’s rock roots with Styx. The production and musicianship are EPIC, and those timeless vocal arrangements get delivered in spades. A fitting goodbye and a final signature on an outstanding body of work which will stand the test of time!

Peter Hermansson to release new solo album “Second Glance” on April 16th 2021

Swedish rock musician, Peter Hermansson (220 Volt), has announced the release of his new solo album “Second Glance” on April 16th, 2021, via GMR Music. The recordings featuring members of bands such as Europe, Electric Boys, 220 Volt, Treat, Blindstone, Overdrive and more.

John Macris to release debut solo album “Ark” on April 26th 2021

Born in Athens in 1983, John Makris became known to the Greek public as a member of the Greek comedy rock band “Anorimoi”, whose discography consists of five official albums, two of which with Warner Music Records.

As a producer, guitarist and sound engineer, John has also participated in projects in Greece and abroad.

His first personal long-play album “Ark”, is an instrumental guitar-driven work, created in reference to vintage sci-fi soundtracks.