Album

VANT released Dumb Blood in 2017, the same year that they announced a hiatus at the end of that year’s tour. I came across this album in the same way I come across so many others. Uncle Rock called and told me there was a band coming and I agreed to go and see them […]

Metallica are following in the footsteps of Iron Maiden and Motorhead and putting their name to a beer. Enter Night is coming to Europe in the spring following a successful launch in the US, with plans to further expand into Australia and China. The band have previously had success in the US with their own […]

First in line for our retrospective look at the work of David Bowie is the 1967 self-titled debut album. Our man has been locked in a cupboard with nothing but the album for company. These are his slightly crazed thoughts. I have always said that in order to fully enjoy music you have to listen […]

I’m not quite sure what I am seeing. There are bright colours and catchy beats and I am thoroughly entertained. Someone has put the actual contents of a childhood sugar rush on my web browser and I am loving it. I have been aware of BTS (to give them one of their many names) for […]

The intrepid hard (acoustic) metal adventurers Jack Black and Kyle Gass are returning in November with a new album and television series, in the long awaited return of Tenacious D. The follow up to 2012’s Rise of the Fenix has been announced for November second and will accompany a six part mini series that will […]

Looking at the decision to attempt to infiltrate the realm of the Belieber in the hopes of getting to the bottom of the sudden rise to fame of a much derided artist. His struggles and pain are real. Also discussion the latest releases by Stone Sour and Clutch as well as Sam Fender making it […]

Richard Ashcroft says he’s ”the only” act worthy enough of opening for Oasis. the ‘Bitter Sweet Symphony’ hitmaker – who was often nicknamed ‘Captain Rock’ by Noel Gallagher, a reference to his 2010 The United Nations of Sound track – believes his set has the necessary ”artillery” to warm up the Manchester group’s fans. Speaking to […]

Richard Ashcroft has announced his first solo album release in two years. The former Verve frontman will release ‘Natural Rebel’ on his own BMG imprint RPA on October 19, and he’s teased fans that it contains his ”strongest set of songs to date”. ”With experience comes knowledge and for me this is my strongest set […]

In which The Boy rambles about medical cannabis being green-lit in the UK, tips for dealing with depression, the ongoing Pussy Melter Saga and the reduction of conversation to misplaced epithets that ultimately do more harm than good.

Slash and the Conspirators are set to release their 3rd studio album Living The Dream on September 21st, the fourth solo Slash album to date (If we don’t count his Snakepit days). The album will be promoted by his month-long tour of the US starting in LA on September 13th. Slash is on the verge […]


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