Classic Cover: Pain – “Gimme Shelter” (original by The Rolling Stones)

Pain have always been known not only for their exciting mix of catchy melodies, majestic harmonies and powerful industrial metal rhythms, but for also having a fine sense for combining current world affairs with all-time classics, uniting people across generations and borders. Today, mastermind Peter Tägtgren proves this gifted instinct once more and have released … Continue reading Classic Cover: Pain – “Gimme Shelter” (original by The Rolling Stones)

Best Classic Rock Bands Touring in 2020

There are a number of incredible classic rock bands, but many of them are no longer around, or else aren’t touring and have no plans to tour. So, what are the best bands on tour this year? The Rolling Stones The Rolling Stones are frequently seen as not just the best classic rock band, but … Continue reading Best Classic Rock Bands Touring in 2020

DVD Review: The Rolling Stones – Bridges to Bremen

The 90s saw The Rolling Stones bigger than ever, having already transcended into a space where they didn’t need to write any new material, people would still buy tickets faithfully as they wheeled out hit after hit every night. 1997 gave us Bridges to Babylon and an accompanying tour. Their latest DVD release, Bridges to … Continue reading DVD Review: The Rolling Stones – Bridges to Bremen

2018 Crew Review: Gary Cooper – Photographer

[Apologies to Gary for the delay in getting this up - it got lost in our mailbox!] Best album(s) of 2018 Tommy Concrete's Unrelaxed is one of the highlight albums of the year for me, just a stunning piece of work from a man who really shines on this album. Also Alien Weaponry's TU, an amazing album by these young … Continue reading 2018 Crew Review: Gary Cooper – Photographer

2018 Crew Review: Ross Green – Music Editor

It feels like only yesterday I was looking back at 2017 and compiling the best parts of music for what transpired that year. And here we are, another year gone and another exceptional year for rock and metal. I’ve heard an obscene number of albums and EPs, reviewing most of them - and on the … Continue reading 2018 Crew Review: Ross Green – Music Editor

DVD Review: The Rolling Stones – No Security

The new millennium hangs like a shadow over the last months of the 90s and The Rolling Stones have endured everything thrown at them up to this point: drugs, death, divorces and every musical fad you can think of. Still, they endure. Even at this point of their career, people asked “Yeah, but how much … Continue reading DVD Review: The Rolling Stones – No Security