BURNING RAIN – Face the Music (March 22, 2019)

BURNING RAIN – Face the Music (March 22, 2019)

Burning Rain, a hard rock band founded by guitarist extraordinaire Doug Aldrich (Revolution Saints, The Dead Daisies, ex-Whitesnake, Dio) and vocalist Keith St John (ex-Montrose, Kingdom Come) announce the release of their fourth studio album. Face the Music will be available from March 22, 2019, on Frontiers Music srl. In conjunction with the album announcement, the band have shared the latest single, “Midnight Train,” along with an accompanying music video which you can check out below. When asked why the band chose to release…

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DIO-CEMBER VOL2 – Ep346

DIO-CEMBER VOL2 – Ep346

We close out the year in excellent fashion with DIO-CEMBER VOL2! We left off last week with Ronnie James Dio fronting Black Sabbath. Inasmuch as the chemistry was palatable, Ronnie needs and change and things pick up in 1983. The Holy Diver album is an absolute powerhouse because of its lineup. Guitarist Vivian Campbell, bassist Jimmy Bain, and drummer Vinny Appice were the perfect arsenal to back Ronnie up. Accordingly, the results are made clear…

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DEAD DAISIES Unveil New Single (News)

DEAD DAISIES Unveil New Single (News)

The superlative new studio album from The Dead Daisies, Make Some Noise, will be released on SPV Records thru eOne on Friday, August 5th, is a vital, vibrant and utterly uplifting opus, which way more than lives up to the legendary ‘classic third LP syndrome’ epithet. NEW DEAD DAISIES SINGLE OUT JULY 22, 2016 From the band’s official Facebook page: As John Corabi says: “We wanted to do “Join Together” because it’s obviously a classic The Who song. We knew…

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DEAD DAISIES – Make Some Noise (August 5, 2016)

DEAD DAISIES – Make Some Noise (August 5, 2016)

The Dead Daisies’ superlative new studio album, Make Some Noise, will be released on SPV Records thru eOne on Friday, August 5th, is a vital, vibrant and utterly uplifting opus, which way more than lives up to the legendary ‘classic third LP syndrome’ epithet. . Make Some Noise, packed with huge hooks, giant, intense guitar riffs and glorious, distinctive vocals, celebrates the kind of rock ‘n’ roll that has gone from strength to strength ever since it emerged…

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Dead Daisies New Studio Album Details (News)

Dead Daisies New Studio Album Details (News)

PRESS RELEASE: The Dead Daisies’ superlative new studio album, Make Some Noise, will be released on SPV Records thru eOne on Friday, August 5th, is a vital, vibrant and utterly uplifting opus, which way more than lives up to the legendary ‘classic third LP syndrome’ epithet. . Make Some Noise, packed with huge hooks, giant, intense guitar riffs and glorious, distinctive vocals, celebrates the kind of rock ‘n’ roll that has gone from strength to strength ever since…

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Coverdale and Hughes Bring Their Bands to Tokyo

Coverdale and Hughes Bring Their Bands to Tokyo

Just before being selected for induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, David Coverdale with Whitesnake and Glenn Hughes with Doug Aldrich visited Tokyo for a couple of shows in November and December. Deep Purple is in a bit of a renaissance right now, thanks to the selection and the continued touring of Coverdale, Hughes and a newer version of Deep Purple (Mark VIII? It’s like the Rocky sequels – I’ve lost count!), and…

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No Guts, No Glory: Whitesnake Purple Album

No Guts, No Glory: Whitesnake Purple Album

  It’s been said that with higher risk comes higher reward. Whitesnake definitely takes some chances and swings for the fences with their latest release, The Purple Album. As the name implies, The Purple Album has Coverdale and company revisiting classic tracks from his days in Deep Purple MK III and IV. Coverdale has stated that the origins of the album were born from a recent failed attempt at a reunion with Deep Purple founder…

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Revolution Saints: A Great Album and a Missed Opportunity

Revolution Saints: A Great Album and a Missed Opportunity

When I first heard that Doug Aldrich (Lion, House of Lords, Huricane, Dio, Burning Rain, Whitesnake, Raiding the Rock Vault), Jack Blades (Night Ranger, Damn Yankees, Shaw/Blades) and Deen Castronovo (Hardline, Bad English, Journey) were joining forces and releasing a record under the name Revolution Saints, to say I was excited would be an understatement. Perhaps I was a bit too excited. Don’t get me wrong, Revolution Saints self-titled debut is an excellent record. In my view,…

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Raiding the Rock Vault – A Must-See Vegas Experience For Any Rock Fan

Raiding the Rock Vault – A Must-See Vegas Experience For Any Rock Fan

Its summer and many rock fans will be heading to Las Vegas for a little R&R. With many choices for entertainment, there’s really only one choice for fans of rock and that’s Raiding the Rock Vault. I’ve personally seen the show 3 times and can’t wait to go back. Recently voted the #1 show in Vegas. Rock Vault is the brainchild of John Payne (Asia) and producer, David Kershenbaum, the show launched in 2013 and quickly…

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