In this ballad-like duet with singer Manuela Markewitz, Udo shows his entire vocal range, while the guitar riff will reminds you of the time of “Metal Heart”.
Author: Cristoffer Eriksson
The album “Eye Of The Storm” will be released on July 17th.
“To shorten the time without live music caused by the Coronavirus, we recorded this cover version of White Lion’s “When The Children Cry”, to show that we are still here for our fans and supporters.”
Sweden’s progressive rock/metal masters Pain of Salvation will release a new studio album, “Panther”, via InsideOutMusic on August 28th, 2020.
All proceeds from the track will be donated to ACLU, the American Civil Liberties Union.
Originating from a seed planted in his mind about writing a record based on the apostle Paul, “Sola Gratia” again sees Neal working with long-time collaborators Mike Portnoy, Randy George, Eric Gillette, Bill Hubauer and Gideon Klein.
The new release will bring back a lot of the thrashiness, that has been somewhat absent from anything the band has done since their 1985 debut „Hellish Crossfire”.
Swedish heavy metal band Carnal Agony will release their album “Back From The Grave” on July 10th.
Swedish melodic rock band Arctic Rain will release their upcoming debut album, “The One”, through Frontiers Music Srl on August 7th.
Filled with the band’s signature riffs, harmony-laden melodies and positive themes, the 11-track project is Stryper’s first studio album with Perry Richardson (Firehouse) on bass and background vocals.
UFO guitarist Paul Chapman (1954-2020) remembered as a Lone Star who made it Waysted from Skid Row to Gator Country
While perhaps mostly remembered for the four album that he helped make during his years with hard rock legends UFO (1978-1983), he also recorded with Lone Star, Waysted, and others.
Priest played bass throughout the initial run of Sweet (1968-1981) and became the band’s main singer for their last three albums, released in 1979-1982. In 2008, Priest also formed a new version of the Sweet.
“Dead Elysium” promises to be a return to form for Australia’s iconic melodic metal band, revisiting the epic and bombastic sounds of soaring vocals, heavy guitars and mesmerizing orchestral elements.
‘Brickwall’ is a harbinger for the upcoming album, that will be released in 2021.
Avatar will release their next album, “Hunter Gatherer”, on August 7th, 2020