Posts tagged "Album Release"
[ALBUM REVIEW] LONG NIGHT’S JOURNEY INTO DAY BY REDEMPTION

[ALBUM REVIEW] LONG NIGHT’S JOURNEY INTO DAY BY REDEMPTION

Redemption’s seventh full-length album Long Night’s Journey Into Day is shifting gears into heavier territory, with faster tempos, more solos, more melodic dissonance, and riffs and rhythms that hint at elements of power metal. Still true to their classic progressive metal style, the band offers 10 songs filled with harmonic goodness whilst keeping each song...
[INTERVIEW] WE’VE GOTCHA COVERED: DAVE GLEESON ON 30 YEARS OF THE SCREAMING JETS, THE NEW COVERS ALBUM AND FUTURE PLANS

[INTERVIEW] WE’VE GOTCHA COVERED: DAVE GLEESON ON 30 YEARS OF THE SCREAMING JETS, THE NEW COVERS ALBUM AND FUTURE PLANS

Legendary Australian pub-rock rebels The Screaming Jets will be celebrating 30 years as a band next year. Starting off as a covers band in the 1989 Newcastle pub scene, The Screaming Jets gained massive traction in 1991 with the song ‘Better,’ which peaked at #4 on the ARIA charts, and is still a staple on...
[INTERVIEW] DIZZY REED TELLS US WHY ROCK N' ROLL AIN'T EASY

[INTERVIEW] DIZZY REED TELLS US WHY ROCK N’ ROLL AIN’T EASY

Legendary Guns N’ Roses keys man, Dizzy Reed has never been shy about filling out his CV with various projects to keep himself occupied whenever Gunners isn’t touring. Rock N’ Roll Ain’t Easy is Dizzy’s first solo outing, and he is marking the occasion with a one-off gig at Frankie’s Pizza in Sydney, on Sunday...
[NEWS] RICK PARFITT DEBUT SOLO ALBUM, OVER AND OUT, TO RECEIVE POSTHUMOUS

[NEWS] RICK PARFITT DEBUT SOLO ALBUM, OVER AND OUT, TO RECEIVE POSTHUMOUS

Christmas Eve 2016 marks the sad passing of legendary rocker Rick Parfitt—a loss shared across the world. However, unknown to almost anyone, Rick had virtually just completed his first solo album whilst undergoing a period of recuperation after his heart attack in July. That album, poignantly titled Over And Out will now be released on...
[ALBUM REVIEW] UNDER A GODLESS MOON BY APOPHIS

[ALBUM REVIEW] UNDER A GODLESS MOON BY APOPHIS

Adelaide’s own Aidan Cibich is a very talented man. So talented in fact that his debut album Under A Godless Moon, by his project Apophis, is written, performed, mixed, produced and mastered by the man himself. But he’s got another talent up his sleeve. It’s taken two years but Aidan’s instrumental melodic death metal creation...
[ALBUM REVIEW] OMNISM BY SOMNIUM

[ALBUM REVIEW] OMNISM BY SOMNIUM

Adelaide’s Somnium has recently unleashed a wrath of ‘stoner rock’ out to the world with their debut album Omnism. The trio consists of James Dawes (vocals/guitar), Jess Foenander (bass/vocals) and Jacob Otto (drums), and they’re making waves in the local music scene. Omnism is a compilation admittedly conceived from the idea of the mind and...
[ALBUM REVIEW] PINEWOOD SMILE BY THE DARKNESS

[ALBUM REVIEW] PINEWOOD SMILE BY THE DARKNESS

Pinewood Smile is the fifth album from The Darkness and they just keep smashing out hit after hit! Justin Hawkins (vocals, guitar), Dan Hawkins (guitar), Frankie Poullain (bass) and Rufus Taylor (drums) have really put their heads together to create an album that is imaginative, complex and funny. Opening with the single ‘All The Pretty...
[INTERVIEW] SIX RECORDS DOWN WITH NATHAN FROM SHAMAN’S HARVEST

[INTERVIEW] SIX RECORDS DOWN WITH NATHAN FROM SHAMAN’S HARVEST

Missouri rockers Shaman’s Harvest have thrown out the rule book with their sixth record Red Hands Black Deeds. Made with an organic analogue approach, the album delves deep into new lyrical territory. But their classic mid-western feel is still there, and Nathan Hung (vocals), Matt Fisher (bass), Josh Hamler (rhythm guitar), Derrick Shipp (lead guitar)...
[NEWS] THE DARKNESS ANNOUNCE RELEASE DATE FOR UPCOMING ALBUM AND SHARE 'ALL THE PRETTY GIRLS' ACROSS ALL STREAMING PLATFORMS

[NEWS] THE DARKNESS ANNOUNCE RELEASE DATE FOR UPCOMING ALBUM AND SHARE ‘ALL THE PRETTY GIRLS’ ACROSS ALL STREAMING PLATFORMS

High-energy hard rockers, The Darkness, have just completed a string of shows supporting Guns ‘N Roses and are now preparing to release their fifth studio album Pinewood Smile. Ahead of the album’s October release, the band has unveiled the opener ‘All The Pretty Girls,’ which addresses the attention that comes with fame and discusses the...
[ALBUM REVIEW] PARANORMAL BY ALICE COOPER

[ALBUM REVIEW] PARANORMAL BY ALICE COOPER

The godfather of shock rock wants you to move. Not tap your foot. Move. With his twentieth dip into the solo album kool-aid, Alice Cooper wants you to remember his blues rock ‘n’ roll roots with Paranormal. The songs have their classic Alice feel, but no one can deny the boogie flowing through this L.P....
[ALBUM REVIEW] NECROMANDUS’ SELF-TITLED ALBUM

[ALBUM REVIEW] NECROMANDUS’ SELF-TITLED ALBUM

The story of Necromandus began in North West England, where Bill Branch (vocals), Barry Dunnery (guitarist), Dennis McCarten (bassist) and Frank Hall (drummer) met in the late 1960s. With connections to Black Sabbath, the band were plunged into Birmingham with a record deal. They hoped to release their self-titled debut album in 1973 but a...
[INTERVIEW] BRIAN KING ON THE COMEBACK OF JAPANDROIDS

[INTERVIEW] BRIAN KING ON THE COMEBACK OF JAPANDROIDS

It’s been a long time between drinks for Canadian rock band Japandroids—exactly five years since Celebration Rock‘s release. But Brian King and David Prowse have made their triumphant return with their record Near To The Wild Heart of Life, also announcing an exciting seven-day Australian tour kicking off this month. TEO caught up with Brian...