Venom Inc. bassist/vocalist Tony 'Demolition Man' Dolan along with Francesco Conte from Neromega / Spiritual Front have launched a new project, Sabbatonero, with a tribute album to Black Sabbath entitled L'Uomo Di Ferro, featuring many international artists and musicians, including Marty Friedman, James Murphy (ex Death, Obituary, Disincarnate), Mantas (Venom Inc.) and Snowy Shaw (ex … Continue reading Sabbatonero raising funds for Italian front line workers with celeb-laden Black Sabbath cover album
Lyria's vocalist, Aline Happ, recently released on her YouTube channel folk reinterpretations with Celtic influences for the songs “Wasted Years” and “Children of the Sea”, by Iron Maiden and Black Sabbath, respectively. The songs are part of a project developed during the Covid-19 pandemic, in which the singer covers pop and rock/metal songs. The video … Continue reading Lyria’s Aline Happ releases folk versions of Iron Maiden and Black Sabbath songs
Toronto rockers Pterodactyl Problems have just unveiled a video for their stunning "Sabbath Medley". The song features a unique take on 4 classic early Black Sabbath tracks and proves just how versatile the band really is. The Sabbath Medley will also be available on all streaming platforms in the next few days. Songs in the … Continue reading Pterodactyl Problems release “Sabbath Medley” video
Time flies when you’re headbanging to good music, around 50 years to be exact. That was just about the time when a couple of young artists in the late 60s chose to swim against the current. Some of these artists would later become icons, influencing a whole genre of music. One of these we know … Continue reading Can you believe it’s been almost 5 decades since this band was formed?
I love going to gigs, reviewing music and interviewing bands all year round but perhaps my favourite part of doing all this is putting together the end of year review and the hours of thought and drafting that went into it makes me just as excited for next year. I kinda went off on this … Continue reading 2017 Crew Review: Max Southall, News Editor
Whenever we hit this point of the year, I simultaneously love and loathe it. It’s great to revisit everything that happened in the last 12 months but at the same time, when I collate my lists of what I feel are the best albums and live shows, I always hate leaving something worthwhile off the … Continue reading 2017 Crew Review: Ross Green – Music Editor