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Saturday, November 29, 2014

CD-Review: Neonfly - "Strangers In Paradise"

Are you ready for some more feel-good Power Metal? Then here it is: the UK-Rockers of Neonfly released their second album "Strangers In Paradise" yesterday and I must confess I didn't had this on my radar. I knew that the recordings for this album were already finished months ago, but the band had problems to find a record label. Now finally here it is. Was it worth the wait?

Sunday, November 16, 2014

CD-Review: Åge Sten Nilsen's Ammunition - "Shanghaied"

Since the Norwegian Glam Rockers of Wig Wam went seperate ways every band memeber is bussy with different stuff. Guitarist Trond Holder joined the band around Jorn Lande and he also formed a new project called "Dracula" with the ex-Masterplan singer. You see, Trond distances himself from his roots. Former Wig Wam vocalist Åge Sten Nilsen is doing things in a more traditional way and formed the band Ammunition. The debut album "Shanghaied" is out now. Can it keep up with the glorious Wig Wam stuff?

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Live-Report: GOTTHARD - "Bang!"-Tour 2014 (Berlin, November 3rd 2014)

It's been two years now since I saw the Swiss Hard Rockers of Gotthard live again and I was really excited to see them this year, especially Nic Maeder and his development within the group. So during their "Bang!"-Tour Gotthard visited Berlin on November 3rd and together with their support act Hardcore Superstar they proved once more why they are one of the best live acts in the world.

Saturday, November 1, 2014

CD-Review: Dalton - "Pit Stop"

Surprise, surprise! The new wave of 80's Melodic Rock is still rollin' and another band of the "old generation" tries to find a place in the Rock scene again. You've seen that a lot in recent years, while new, young bands like H.e.a.t, Reckless Love, Vega and so on celebrate the good old times with their feel-good music, some 80's chapels see their chance to go with this trend and start a comeback. Sadly many of them can't stand against those bands I mentioned above and I always ask myself: "If a band was laid to rest 25 years ago, what sense does it make to bring them back now?" So here is the next one in line: Swedish Glam Rockers of Dalton disappeared in 1989 and now they are back with a new record called "Pit Stop". Is this album a winner?