Classic Rock Reviews

Slash Myles Kennedy Living The Dream Album Cover Artwork
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Slash featuring Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators – Living The Dream (, )
16th October 2018 -

It’s fair to say that the guitar wielding legend Slash has been more than a bit busy over the last few years being out on the road with Guns ‘n’ Roses on the ‘Not In This Lifetime’ Tour that has grossed almost half a billion dollars. With that in mind it’s fair to assume that anything Slash does outside of… Read More »

Those Damn Crows Murder And The Motive Album Cover
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Those Damn Crows – Murder And The Motive (, , )
1st October 2018 -

Those Damn Crows are a band at the forefront of the UK’s burgeoning “NWOCR” movement (New Wave Of Classic Rock for the uninitiated). Having built up quite the reputation on the UK live circuit over the last year or so, they attracted the attention of Earache Records who inked them to a record deal, which leads us to their album… Read More »

Monster Truck - True Rockers Album Artwork
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Monster Truck – True Rockers (, )
27th September 2018 -

9 years since forming Canadian band Monster Truck have overcome the difficult 3rd album syndrome by releasing the stereo melting ‘True Rockers’. Packed with ad-libs, huge choruses, rock & roll swagger and Dee Mother Fucking Snider, this album propels the band into the next level of live venue as it is begging to be performed in huge spaces, in fact,… Read More »

Alter Bridge Live At The Royal Albert Hall Featuring The Parallax Orchestra Album Cover
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Alter Bridge – Live At The Royal Albert Hall (DVD / CD) (, , )
30th August 2018 -

In October 2017, Alter Bridge hosted arguably the two most special nights of their career at the Royal Albert Hall in London. Performing with the fantastic Parallax Orchestra, they performing two special shows that were recorded for what would become this release, the straightforwardly titled “Alter Bridge: Live At The Royal Albert Hall“. While the CD and audio version of… Read More »

Ghost Prequelle Album Cover
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Ghost – Prequelle (, , )
25th May 2018 -

I dare say when Ghost first emerged in 2010 with their debut album ‘Opus Eponymous’ that many people wrote them off as a novelty act who wouldn’t make it to a second album. What a surprise it must have been then to see them become a massive arena conquering rock juggernaut who are about to unleash their fourth full-length album… Read More »