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Review: The Truth Ain’t What It Used To Be Wayward Sons

By |2019-10-17T13:17:19-08:00October 14th, 2019|Album & Single Reviews|

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By Mike O’Cull

British rockers, Wayward Sons bring it all and then some on the band’s new effort The Truth Ain’t What It Used To Be, out October 11, 2019 on Frontiers Music SRL. The album is a reminder of everything that’s great about playing and listening to real rock music that’s smart, well played, and hits like a kick in the teeth. Led by former Little Angels vocalist and guitarist Toby Jepson, Wayward Sons makes modern rock [Read More]

Video of the Week “Luck of the Draw” The Treatment

By |2019-05-21T08:08:59-08:00May 17th, 2019|Video of the Week, Videos & Singles|

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By Martine Ehrenclou

“Luck of the Draw” is the new video from UK blues-rock band, The Treatment, off their new album, Power Crazy out March 22nd via Frontiers Music Srl. Loved this video the minute I heard it. With influences from AC/DC, Aerosmith and The Cult, classic rock fans will surely enjoy.

This is the best kind of blues influenced rock/rock and roll. Great vocals, guitars and a tight band. The Treatment has been [Read More]

Review Whitesnake ‘Flesh & Blood’

By |2019-05-14T04:40:44-08:00May 8th, 2019|Album & Single Reviews|

Whitesnake, new album, Flesh & Blood, review, Rock and Blues Muse

By Mike O’Cull

Whitesnake is one of the bands that has shaped and defined big stage arena rock for over 40 years. The new Whitesnake album, Flesh & Blood, is the band’s 13th studio effort and is due out May 10th, 2019 on the Frontiers Music SRL label. It’s an amazing maintaining-of-form from one of rock’s legendary bands that’s never lost a step. If anything, Whitesnake has gotten better since the MTV days and the songs on the album are loaded [Read More]

Hard Rock Band Burning Rain to Release New Album with Doug Aldrich

By |2019-03-07T17:51:23-08:00March 6th, 2019|Music News, Videos & Singles|

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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 (MONTROSE, KINGDOM COME), are pleased to announce the release of their fourth studio album, Face the Music, on March 22nd via Frontiers Music SRL.

When asked why the band chose to release “Midnight Train” as the first single, Aldrich explained, “It’s been some time since the last BR record, and we [Read More]

Review: Set The World on Fire by Johnny Gioeli, Deen Castronovo

By |2018-07-18T11:32:19-08:00July 17th, 2018|Album & Single Reviews|

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By Tom O’Connor

Frontiers Music Srl are fearless in the face of superstition, scheduling the release of the Gioeli-Castronovo debut album Set the World on Fire for Friday the 13th. The label has every reason to be confident as these two rock/metal craftsmen have turned in a tight and powerful collection that’ll remind you of some of the best aspects of old-school “arena rock” while also still helping you get through today’s turbulent times.

Vocalist Johnny Gioeli and drummer/vocalist Deen Castronovo met in 1992 when [Read More]

Review: “Light in the Dark” by Revolution Saints

By |2018-01-29T10:14:33-08:00October 12th, 2017|Album & Single Reviews|

By Tom O’Connor

Revolution Saints returns with Light In The Dark, the follow-up to their well-received 2015 self-titled debut album. It will be available October 13th through Frontiers Music Srl, and it feels like it has been worth the wait.

Readers of my other reviews know I try to avoid spot-the-influence name-checking as much as possible, but the members of this fiery trio were, at various times, actually in bands including Journey, Whitesnake, Dio, Night Ranger, Damn Yankees and even played with Ozzy, so I think it is fair to say that, if [Read More]

Album Review: Inglorious II

By |2018-01-29T10:14:35-08:00September 29th, 2017|Album & Single Reviews|

By Tom O’Connor

Following their well-received self-titled debut album, Brit band, Inglorious, returned in May with an equally hard-hitting and balls-out second effort Inglorious II on the Frontiers Music Srl label. With a sound solidly soaked in 70s-era tone and vibe, these guys step bravely into the breach of the inevitable comparisons to every major guitar act of that musical epoch and manage to stand their ground and kick a little ass.

From the opening lines of the first verse of album opener, “I Don’t Need Your Loving,” it is clear that [Read More]

Wayward Sons, Ghosts of Yet To Come: Review

By |2018-01-29T10:14:36-08:00September 22nd, 2017|Album & Single Reviews|

Photo: Scott Diamond

Tom O’Connor

Veteran British hard rocker, Toby Jebson, and his new band of fellow travelers, Wayward Sons, just released a new take-no-prisoners album Ghosts of Yet to Come on Frontiers Music SRL. As I was listening to this ten-song collection, I couldn’t remember the last time I heard a new album so swagger-y, cock-sure and unapologetic that also had something worthwhile to say. The band’s 70s/80s Rock/Metal influences are numerous and obvious, even at first listen, but this isn’t a “retro” band. This is a gang who knows [Read More]