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Festival Review: Wacken XXX Day 2

The first full day of Wacken, which runs Wednesday to Saturday, was to be another of just finding our way around and wandering with just a couple of bands on the “to see” list. We’d intended to arrive for 11 [...]

August 13, 2019 Gig Reviews

Review: Airbourne – Diamond Cuts

As Airbourne celebrate the tenth anniversary of Runnin’ Wild, they’re treating fans to join them with the Diamond Cuts box set. Either on CD or vinyl, you’ll get the first three albums, a DVD documentary and an album fit to [...]

September 21, 2017 Album Reviews

Festival Review: Tons of Rock 2017 – Day Three

Katie’s review of this year’s Tons of Rock is, like the festival itself, massive – so we’re splitting it into three bite-size chunks. Even then, they’re still bite-size to a large, scary Viking. Here’s the third serving, covering June 23rd [...]

July 5, 2017 Gig Reviews

Airbourne announce departure of David Roads… and his replacement

Popped up on their facebook page a while ago, Airbourne are waving farewell to long-standing guitarist David Roads. Roads is leaving to focus on his family business, which sounds like it involves sheep or cows or grain or something, and will [...]

April 7, 2017 News

Airbourne release Lemmy tribute video for “It’s All For Rock n’ Roll”

From their most recent studio output Breakin’ Outta Hell, the thunder from down under that are Airbourne have released a video for the album closer “It’s All For Rock n’ Roll”, dedicated to none other than The Road Warrior himself; Lemmy [...]

February 28, 2017 Videos

Airbourne / Crobot / The Franklys – Barrowland Ballroom, Glasgow (24th Nov 2016)

Few touring line-ups will set your pulse racing like Airbourne headlining the Barrowlands and Crobot filling the support slot. And of those few, even less are guaranteed good nights like this one. Firmly notched in the calendar for many people [...]

November 28, 2016 Gig Reviews