Fleesh

Fleesh

Fleesh is a Brazilian rock project formed in 2014 by Gabby Vessoni and Celo Oliveira. Their influences are Marillion, Genesis, Rush, Pink Floyd and many others!

There is little information about Fleesh out there in the wild. The above quote was all they had on their website.… Read the rest

UGLY MELON – What A Name

UGLY MELON – What A Name

Canada’s Ugly Melon have their roots based firmly in the sounds of Zep and Sabbath. Hard-drivin’ rock to be proud of. Formed in 2014 from a collaboration through friendships they are no strangers to the stage. They all had been in various bands supporting acts such as Bon Jovi and Def Leppard and had seen the good, the bad and the…..… Read the rest

Those Damn Crows

Those Damn Crows

These guys are a curious bunch. There are touches of modern rock, melodic rock, a touch of grunge, and classic rock. Their debut album went to #5 on the UK chart the week of it’s release so I guess the mix is working.… Read the rest

Jorn Lande

Jorn Lande

While in no way a new artist, Jorn Lande is however, not as well known as he deserves to be. He first began in 1993 in a band called Vagabond, which was an offshoot of T.N.T. They released two albums, Vagabond and Huge Fan Of Life in 1994 and 1995 respectively.… Read the rest

Tax The Heat – Hard Driven Rock

Tax The Heat – Hard Driven Rock

Oh……That drum sound is to die for was all I could think when I first heard UK’s Tax The Heat. ‘Change Your Position’ is the latest 12 track beauty from this four piece and it rocks. Formed in Bristol, England, their debut album ‘Fed to the Lions’ hit you like a giant wet salmon to the back of the head.… Read the rest

The Struts

The Struts

Think Queen meets Slade and your probably thinking of The Struts. They have a lot of Slades sense of fun with a dash of Queens pomposity. This is their latest song Body Talk.

And this one is off their album from 2013 “Everybody Wants”.… Read the rest

Marillion 2 Bands in One

Marillion 2 Bands in One

I love Marillion. Their back catalog is huge and if you have just discovered them then you are in for a treat….but what Marillion. A lot of Marillion fans have split the band in two…..Marillion Fish era and current Marillion.
I personally hate the split and have no intention of driving that spike.… Read the rest

Inglorious

Inglorious

I can’t believe we have had this website for nearly three months and I have yet to mention Inglorious! They have been described as “the future of rock n roll” by Paul Anthony of Planet Rock Radio and are in fact one of the reasons for the existence of this very website.… Read the rest

Jetbone

Jetbone

Now these guys have got “IT”! Take the Black Crowes, the Rolling Stones, Aerosmith and the Faces and combine them altogether and you’ll get Jetbone. One of the most exciting of the new wave of classic rock bands at present. Highly recommended!… Read the rest

Matt Pearce and the Mutiny

Matt Pearce and the Mutiny

Matt Pearce and the Mutiny is a new project, the third operating concurrently, to feature Matt Pearce. He is also involved with the Voodoo Six and Metalworks.

This song reeks of soul and blues and is essential listening for any classic rock lover.… Read the rest

Massive

Massive

Massive play a power rock style foot stompin beer drinkin rock ‘n roll. Singer Brad Marr has a solid reputation as one of the hardest working people in music today. They are on the cusp of releasing their third album “Rebuild Destroy”, and are currently on a massive (pardon the pun) tour to promote it.… Read the rest

Rebel Soul Revival

Rebel Soul Revival

Just the name of this band tells you what to expect. They are a fantastic group from Chicago, who like many at present, have their feet planted firmly in Classic Rock and their eyes firmly focused on the future.

From their bio….… Read the rest

The Stir

The Stir

These guys are almost brand new in terms of recorded output. They have an EP with a single lifted off it and a pretty impressive list of tour dates to support it. They are not reinventing the wheel by any means, but damn its good to hear them banging out classic style rock.… Read the rest

Threshold – Melodies to die for

Threshold – Melodies to die for

11 Studio albums, countless tours and a roundabout of lead singers, Threshold have been around since 1988 and given us some of the best prog metal on the planet. About to start an 11 date European tour in support of their latest release ‘Legends of the Shires’ with yet another former lead singer, the band have just been confirmed for ProgPower USA in September 2019.… Read the rest