Deathstars is one wicked band with their sick twisted sense of humor carrying their solid Deathglam style of music to the ears of the mainstream audience. Deathstars is a seasoned act that has been touring extensivelly all over the world, during the fall of 2011 they joined Rammstein on their entire European tour Read More
- Published on Sunday, 10 March 2013 18:36
HeavyHell.com has roamed the field of Blekinge for well over a deccade together with the natives of this remote area of the country. Drinkin' raisin' hell and listening to gpd music.
Over the last few years the relation has been somewhat lukewarm but now things are heating up again.
HeavyHell will cover the coolest event this summer.
- Published on Sunday, 10 March 2013 15:21
Francesco Cremisini has amicably left Italian thrashers Enemynside.
He explains in a statement: "All these years, we've worked very hard for this band to reach new levels, new challenges, and we've always tried to put something new and interesting in the sound. Now it's time for me to leave and let the band continue the good work we've been done for a long time!"
After Francesco's departure, guitarist Francesco De Honestis also decided to leave Enemynside because he was not available to recreate band's lineup. The remaining members of the group are still committed to Enemynside but will take a break in order to come up with new ideas and figure out the best way to manage the current situation.
Enemynside's latest album, "Whatever Comes", was released on September 10, 2012 via Mighty Music. The CD, which was recorded at Temple Of Noise studios, features a guest appearance by vocalist/guitarist Richie Kotzen, who contributed a guitar solo to the track "Too Many Times".
Enemynside's second album, "In The Middle Of Nowhere", was released in 2008 through Hatestone Records.
- Published on Tuesday, 17 July 2012 19:48
Roger Glover: 'A Great Sadness And Sense Of Loss Hangs Over Me'Former DEEP PURPLE keyboardist JON LORD lost his battle with pancreatic cancer at age 71 yesterday, Monday, July 16th, 2012.
Deep Purple bassist Roger Glover has issued the following statement: "It's unthinkable that Jon is gone. My thoughts are for his wife Vicky and all his children and family at this sad moment in their lives. I wish them all strength. A great sadness and sense of loss hangs over me. Not only has the music world lost a fantastic musician but a gentleman of the finest order. He was a giant in my life, a great friend, a fellow traveler, a teacher, not only of music, but of life. I am devastated at his passing."