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Enforcer: Zenith (2019)

I’m not too sure what Enforcer were trying to achieve with this album, but probably not this. Here is a band who have toured with the likes of Destruction, Flotsam and Jetsam, Nervosa, Warbringer, and Cauldron and have built a reputation on heavy/speed metal. Although...

First Signal: Line Of Fire (2019)

Back in In 2010, a new band came together under the watchful eyes of Canadian rock vocalist Harry Hess (Harem Scarem) and German producer Dennis Ward (Pink Cream 69, Khymera), First Signal. At the time Harem Scarem were on a break, and Frontiers President Serafino...

Lauren Hoffman: Mercury Girls (2019)

US composer and musician Lauren HOFFMAN has a career as a solo artist that stretched back to the late 1990's, initially scooped up by a major label, but rather quickly she opted to pursue her career in less glamorous and more controlled environments. "Mercury Girls'...

Heresiarch: Incursions (2019)

Up to this point Wellington (NZ) based death metal band Heresiarch have released just one album in their ten plus years of activity, but that has now been amended by French label Krucyator getting the rights to their debut demo ‘Obsecrating The Global Holocaust)’...

The Raz Band: #9 (2019)

The Raz Band have been around for more than 35 years, based around Michael ‘Raz’ Rescigno on guitar and vocals, Jeff ‘Hutch’ Hutchinson on drums and vocals, Jim Manzo on bass and vocals, and Joey Molland on guitar vocals and production. Yes, that Joey Molland, from...

Whitesnake: Flesh & Blood (2019)

ImageWhitesnake. For many, and it must be said that I include myself in this number, the only valid entity allowed to really carry off that name was the one which had Micky Moody and Bernie Marsden involved. Back then they were a blues-based rock band and the music...

American Tears: White Flags (2019)

American Tears released their debut album as long ago as 1974, but these days the line-up comprises just keyboard player and singer Mark Mangold who on this release also provides bass and drums, as well as producing and engineering. I wasn’t sure quite what to expect...

Axel Rudi Pell: XXX Anniversary Live (2019)

Whatever you wish to say about Axel Rudi Pell you have to admire both his staying power and his knack for bringing together the right talent. Having worked with some strong singers, Charlie Huhn (ex-Ted Nugent, Gary Moore, Victory, now with Foghat), Rob Rock...

Troy Kingi: Holy Colony Burning Acres (2019)

So here we are with Troy’s third instalment of his planned 10|10|10 Series (ten albums in ten genres in ten years). I was fortunate enough to be in the studio when he was recording the mighty ‘Shake Your Skinny Ass All The Way To Zygertron’ which is one of the finest...

Unforeseen Motion: Serendipity (2019)

This is the first full album by Dutch guitarist Jelmer Hertog under the name Unforeseen Emotion, although he has previously released an EP. There is a video which also features Ivar de Wit and Richard Pouw but given that the keyboards are fairly basic I wonder how...

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    by John Wenlock-Smith on November 14, 2019 at 7:00 pm

    Upon his return from taking his Genesis Revisited project to Europe and North America, Steve Hackett spoke to TPA’s John Wenlock-Smith to talk about the tour, future projects and more. Read on for Steve’s reflections on his current band and recent touring. John Wenlock-Smith: Hello again Steve, good to talk with you again. Hello John, [&hellip

  • Focus
    by Rosamund 'Pandarosa' Tomlins on November 13, 2019 at 7:00 pm

    Under the Bridge, London Friday, 25th Oct 2019 An evening of delight and surprises! The venue, although tucked away and a bit further to walk within Chelsea football club grounds than one might expect, works really well for gigs; the stage is a good size for a band, and a good height for the audience [&hellip

  • The Steve Howe Trio – New Frontier [plus brief Steve Howe Interview]
    by Tony Colvill on November 12, 2019 at 6:30 pm

    Celebrated Rock guitarist performs Jazz. Not a shock at all really, nor can I say that I am surprised at the quality of the material. Some might say it’s routine, but I find the nature of the performances, and in most cases here the paring down to simplest of arrangements, is great. You can hear [&hellip

  • Telepath – Mental Mutations
    by Mel Allen on November 11, 2019 at 7:00 pm

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  • Tim Bowness – no-man
    by Geoff Ford on November 10, 2019 at 7:00 pm

    Enigma variations for the new age Is it electronica or dance? Is it pop or prog? Love You To Bits, no-man’s first release for eleven years, seems to encompass all of these, an intriguing mix of styles from the duo comprising Steven Wilson, whose prog star is very much in the ascendancy, and the ever-cool [&hellip

  • Portico Quartet / Phil France
    by Jez Rowden on November 9, 2019 at 7:00 pm

    Gorilla, Manchester Wednesday, 6th November 2019 Another unexpected gig night – this is getting to be a habit – and Manchester beckons. So what’s on? Having studied the gig listings I’m drawn to Portico Quartet, a band that I’ve come across before but not actually heard. A quick trip to Bandcamp reveals that this should [&hellip

  • The Hayley Griffiths Band
    by Tony Colvill on November 8, 2019 at 7:00 pm

    The Wharf, Tavistock Saturday, 19th October 2019 The penultimate night of the tour, and an audience of around about 80. You might expect any band to be a little weary, but no, from the off we get 100%, with an instrumental introduction that highlights Hayley’s pathway to date, including Lord of The Dance. Yes, the [&hellip

  • Rob’s Recommendation Roundup: Volume 16
    by Rob on November 8, 2019 at 3:47 pm

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  • Van Morrison
    by Geoff Ford on November 7, 2019 at 7:00 pm

    Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham Monday, 28th October 2019 When Van Morrison takes to the stage, it’s all about the music. No fanfares, no fantastic light show, no conversation between songs (and sometimes not even a gap between songs!). Morrison lets his music do the talking, and it speaks volumes about his passion and dedication to [&hellip

  • Marillion – Afraid of Sunlight: Deluxe Edition
    by Magnus Moar on November 6, 2019 at 5:30 pm

    One of the things I most admire about Marillion is their ability to take risks and try new things, both in terms of their sound and their approach to marketing the band itself. To the former, Marillion have continued to surprise both fans and critics with albums like Brave, Afraid of Sunlight and Radiation. To [&hellip

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