For so many of thousands of classic rock fans heading to High Voltage on day two, this set was the reason for their trip. In some cases the sole reason. Read the rest of this entry »
Archive for July, 2011
Day two of High Voltage take two threw up the kind of diverse mix all fans of great guitar music crave – from the 70s-soaked rock of Graveyard, to the polished stadium blues favoured by Black Country Communion and the classic prog of festival veterans Jethro Tull. Read the rest of this entry »
We check out the latest albums by Outloud (pictured), Bai Bang, Evaline, Slam Cartel and Jasta.
And don’t forget to check out the best in new music right here every Sunday! Read the rest of this entry »
In the live music arena, as in life, there are few certainties. Yet during the course of many years circumnavigating the globe again and again the mighty Iron Maiden have managed to craft what must be the near-perfect metal show. Read the rest of this entry »
As the Aussie upstarts continue to slay Iron Maiden’s notoriously tough crowd across the UK we caught up with Ryan O’Keeffe – look out for a review of both bands very soon! Read the rest of this entry »
After bringing you an exclusive interview with Black Country Communion’s Glenn Hughes and scouting Saturday big guns Judas Priest, Queensryche and Rival Sons it’s time to focus on the best guitarist of the weekend.
Slash has been warming up for Victoria Park with headline shows across the UK this week and here we look at what to expect from the former Gunner! Read the rest of this entry »