Album Review: Lord – Undercovers

I'm a sucker for a decent cover version and we've been spoiled recently. Even some of the big acts are getting in on the game, with the likes of Saxon releasing an album consisting of tracks that influenced them. Lord may not be as well known on these shores but they're huge in their native … Continue reading Album Review: Lord – Undercovers

Classic Covers: Lord – “To The Moon And Back” (original by Savage Garden)

We actually got whiff of this track as Australia's Lord announced an album full of cover versions. "To The Moon And Back" is the first single and if it's anything to go by then the full release should be an enjoyable giggle. There will be a CD with eight tracks, and a 23-song Bandcamp behemoth … Continue reading Classic Covers: Lord – “To The Moon And Back” (original by Savage Garden)

Stream Premiere: LORD – Nature Knows No Kings

Ahead of their upcoming album, Desperation Finds Hunger In All Men, previous Band of the Day, LORD, are streaming their latest track "Nature Knows No Kings" exclusively here. Read on to find out more about it from the band themselves. Drummer Petrocelly, production and bass on this track comments: "Nature Knows No Kings" started out in … Continue reading Stream Premiere: LORD – Nature Knows No Kings

Band of the Day: LORD

Generating noise from all the way on the other side of the Atlantic, Lord are here to tell is a bit about themselves as Band of the Day. The feature comes in the wake of the band announcing last week that they are to break up after a final gig in August! Dugay answers most … Continue reading Band of the Day: LORD

The most comprehensive box set ever? Lord re-release their old Dungeon catalogue

A great video (see below) introduces the forthcoming Dungeon back-catalogue being re-released by Australian metal band Lord. Hang on...? One band re-releasing another's material? Ah, you see back in the day Lord went by the name Dungeon. Twenty-five years ago, in fact. And to celebrate 25 years as a band, you can now pre-order a very … Continue reading The most comprehensive box set ever? Lord re-release their old Dungeon catalogue