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New Video from GUS G featuring ELIZE RYD (Amaranthe)
Back in August I posted a recommendation for the new album from Gus G called “Brand New Revolution” - http://www.rockradioni.co.uk/back-stage/music-reviews/2146-ni-rocks-recommends-qbrand-new-revolutionq-by-gus-g.html
The Ozzy Osbourne / Firewind guitarist has just wrapped up a massive touring run, both supporting Kamelot and then successfully hosting guitar clinics all over Europe. We just received the following press release from Factory music about a new video and a new Firewind singer.
Gus G is launching a new video for the album track “What Lies Below” which features Elize Ryd of Amaranthe on vocals. The stunning video was once again shot by longtime visual design partner / director Patric Ullaeus (in Flames / Arch Enemy / Within Temptation etc) and can be seen here -
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ALBUM REVIEW: Månegarm maul the senses on self-titled release
AHH Vikings - much maligned in history, a loose term applied to farmers and fishermen who had a land grab policy throughout western Europe and beyond.
But, in musical terms there is a rich tapestry of various shades of 'Viking' metal, ranging from those with an eye firmly on the folk side of the equation to the high concept black metal variants.
NEWS: 180gm vinyl release for four albums by The Black Crowes
WITH Rich Robinson recently touring the UK and Ireland it must have seemed opportune for the record label to re-release classic albums by The Black Crowes, but at lease they're doing it right.
'Shake Your Money Maker' was the album that broke the band way back in 1990 under Rick Rubin's Def American label, smashing its way into the Billboard 100 and also performing well across the UK.
The album will be released as a single 180gm vinyl disc.
EP REVIEW: Megaherz improve with Erdwärts release
WHILE receiving much critical acclaim the 'Zombieland' release by German band Megaherz left
us a little non-plussed, and not just because the band sing in their native tongue.
Caught between straightforward rock and the melodrama of Rammstein it seemed not to have a singular identity compared to their earlier release 'Gotterdammerung'.
But the four new tracks on 'Erdwärts' have a cohesiveness and sense of purpose and, at times a sense of menace.<br
KILLIT REVEAL NEW VIDEO FOR SINGLE ‘SEE THE END’
London based metal band KILLIT have unleashed a new video for the single ‘See The End’. London based metal band KILLIT have unleashed a new video for the single ‘See The End’ Check it out here: Killit’s members have extensive experience of touring the live circuit and rocking hard, born from bands such ...
NI ROCKS Recommends "1919" by OUTLAWS & MOONSHINE
Outlaws & Moonshine are a Southern Rock band from Indiana and they released an EP called “1919” through High Vol Music on 16th October. The first track released from the five-track EP was “Whiskey” which was included on the Friday NI Rocks Show on 20th November. The band have actually branded their style of music as “New Southern Rock” as it incorporates a country rock influence.
DARK FUNERAL To Release New Studio Album In 2016
With the release of the ‘Nail Them To The Cross’ single earlier this year, Swedish black metal masters, DARK FUNERAL, are now preparing the release of their next studio album. Mastermind Lord Ahriman comments: “Cold winds are blowing over Scandinavia and the winter will arrive very soon. The world is bleak and dark days await. ...
NEWS: Slayer vinyl re-issues from the Metal Blade vault
Metal Blade is set to re-issue its SLAYER catalogue on vinyl as part of the 'Metal Blade Originals' series being officially launched for release on January 15th, 2016 including classical editions with original artwork and extras!
Metal Blade will re-issue the four classical SLAYER titles on vinyl. "Show No Mercy", "Live Undead", "Haunting The Chapel" and probably the most evil album of all time, "Hell Awaits"!
All albums will be released as part of the new
KNIGHTS UNVEIL VIDEO FOR NEW SINGLE ‘BORDERLINE’
North London four piece Knights have revealed the video for brand new single ‘Borderline’. Check it out here: Though relatively ‘new’ to the scene, Knights have been performing their passionately crafted brand of pop/rock in London since 2013 with bands such as EofE and have not only perfected their live set of soaring anthemic ...
EP REVIEW: Cry havoc! Rex Shachath unleash rebellious fury on Revocation of the Blood Elect
LET'S be straight here there is death metal, and then there is death metal - two distinct forms of the one art form. One is all about the virtuoso showmanship, the other adds in a social conscience to the dexterous playing.
Rex Shachathon this, their second ep are of the latter camp. Shredding all in their path 'Revocation of the Blood Elect' is a socially aware and rebellious rant, agitating towards a future rid of the rulers and the religious from the Northern Irish
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