Classic Rock Reviews

Ghost Prequelle Album Cover
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 »

Phil Campbell and the Bastard Sons - The Age Of Absurdity Album Cover Artwork
Phil Campbell & The Bastard Sons – The Age of Absurdity (, , )
31st January 2018 -

When Lemmy Kilmister passed away in 2015 it marked the end of one of the most iconic bands in rock music. Despite the end of the rock behemoth, not wanting to rest on his laurels, guitarist Phil Campbell is back with a brand new project. Roping in the support of his sons and former Attack! Attack! Vocalist Neil Starr, Phil… Read More »

Foo Fighters Concrete and Gold Album Artwork Cover
Foo Fighters – Concrete and Gold (, )
15th September 2017 -

Foo Fighters are one of the biggest bands in the world. Now 9 albums deep into a nearly 25-year career, they have earned the right at this point to do pretty much whatever they want. There is always a sense of expectation with each new Foo Fighters album as every one of them is completely different. Some favour the most… Read More »

Alter Bridge Live At The O2 Arena + Rarities Album Cover Artwork
Alter Bridge – Live At The O2 Arena + Rarities (, )
1st September 2017 -

Alter Bridge are a band known for putting out high quality live albums, so their latest effort, Live At The O2 Arena + Rarities has got a pedigree to live up to. Both Live In Amsterdam and Live At Wembley Arena (not to mention the very special anniversary ABX box set) capture Alter Bridge in the live setting perfectly, so… Read More »

Alice Cooper – Paranormal (, )
25th July 2017 -

Alice Cooper, rock and roll’s villain, appeals to the ‘Paranormal’ for his 27th album and summons his ethereal character’s extensive history to the table. “I live in the absence of light,” cries the title track in his trademark foreboding fashion. It’s reflective of the 26 albums that came before this moment, a dark and treacherous journey worth every step in… Read More »