It’s that time of the week when we round up the very best in new rock and metal. And there are some seriously big hitters jostling for position in a bumper week for fans of all things hard and heavy. Billy Idol (pictured), Alice Cooper and Styx’s Dennis De Young are back on the scene. […]
@ London KOKO, October 17 2014 When Mr. Big announced that their World Tour would kick off in London, expectations were high given the badass new album Stories We Could Tell. With drummer Pat Torpey’s Parkinson’s Disease sidelining him for the tour, it looked like this ‘story’ wouldn’t have a happy ending. However, the lads […]
Self Made Man returns! Our resident classic rock columnist is back and this week he throws the spotlight on one of 2014’s most anticipated releases. Read his views exclusively right here on RUSHONROCK.
The Treatment have been tearing up and down the UK this month on a top-notch triple bill of rock goodness alongside Aussie upstarts Massive and Britain’s finest classic rockers Buffalo Summer. Simon Rushworth caught up with frontman Matt Jones in the midst of a big year for the Cambridgeshire quintet.
@London Camden Underworld, October 14 2014 There are no airs and graces where Nashville Pussy are concerned. Some final tuning, a quick glance here and a knowing nod there and they were off. Seventy-five minutes later they were gone again – leaving a fired up Underworld crowd drunk, dazed and deliriously confused.
It’s that time of the week again when we round up the very best in new rock and metal. And there’s a distinctly heavy flavour to this week’s fare as we present our very own rifflicious bake off. Leading the way are Between The Buried And Me with their live reinterpretation of Future Sequence. But […]