HEARTSICK

HEARTSICK is a band I guess would fit the in the alternative rock genre. Still good and hard enough for me to like it. Anders Ekdahl ©2018 <!–more–> How hard was it to come up with a band name and how does the name fit the music?  -It was actually pretty hard, lol. We all sat down and wrote list of band names we liked. Our drummer had recently passed away and changing the band name felt like the right thing to do to honor him as he was not a fan of the old name.  We put our heads… Continue reading

LIZZIES

If you don’t know LIZZIES by know, now is the time to change that. I let Patricia answer some questions on different topics. Anders Ekdahl ©2018 <!–more–> THE NAME: -Sometimes a band name catches your attention and makes you listen to them, so indeed it’s really important! On the other hand, a name maybe defines your style, attitude… It says a lot!! We’re Lizzies so better watch out!  RECORDING: -When you listen to your songs finally finished it’s awesome, moreover after so much time working on the album. Personally, we don’t think people won’t like it, but the other way… Continue reading

MASSFACE

MASSFACE is b and that needs to be checked out. Read this interview and then continue discovering. Anders Ekdahl ©2018 <!–more–> Was it hard to come up with a name? What does the name mean to you? How important is it to have the right name?   -The name was created while walking down the streets of London. We wanted to make the name that would be short but capacious and represent what we are as a group of different people with different experiences of life and music tastes. So it’s a plurality of faces, edges, that overall became something massive… Continue reading

MIND’S DOOR

MIND’S DOOR is a Spanish band that I just got wind of. Since I liked what I heard I wanted to interview them. Anders Ekdahl ©2018 <!–more–>  Every band has to introduce their music to new people. What is it that you want people to get from listening to you guys? -First of all, hello to every progfan, thanks for pay attention to our work. Obviously, we want everybody could enjoy our work as much as we do. Concerning about “The Edge of the World”, we have to tell you, that [1] it is another conceptual album where we mix the… Continue reading

PINK COCOON

This is a band that I would not have discovered had it not appeared in my inbox. Simply because I would bot have searched out for a band named PINK COCOON. Anders Ekdahl ©2018 <!–more–> What pressure is there in releasing an album compared to a demo? Do you feel that there is a sort of pressure to succeed when you release and album, that is sort of for real now? -The only released material that is currently available is the Alienation EP and it was originally intended as a demo. It consists of 6 tracks total. I don’t have… Continue reading

RITUAL

With the debut album “Trials of Torment” on CD a chat with RITUAL had to happen. Juan Ricardo answered my interview questions. Anders Ekdahl ©2018 <!–more–>  What kind of vision did you have when you started and how has it changed over the years? -When you are young, you really just want to make music…. to follow your dream and be like the musicians you idolize. You want the fame, the glory, the girls… especially the girls. Everything looks possible and easy…. but as the years go by you realize that it’s not easy but exceedingly difficult to make it… Continue reading

ENTOMBED to release ’Clandestine – Live‘ in May 2019

ENTOMBED featuring original members Nicke Andersson, Uffe Cederlund and Alex Hellid invite you to hear the unique experience of the band performing their second album “Clandestine” in full live for the first time ever for the album‘s 25th Anniversary. Threeman Recordings presents Act 2: The Entombed performance – A concert in two acts based entirely on the Swedish band‘s acclaimed album “Clandestine” from 1991. It is a unique concert where the pioneering album is played from beginning to end. From the opening track “Living Dead” to closer “Through The Collonades “. In the first act, the Malmö Symphony Orchestra and… Continue reading

UK’s Barbarian Metal kings KULL, featuring members of Bal-Sagoth present first new song Of Stone And

UK’s Barbarian Metal Kings ‘KULL’ featuring members of the renowned BAL-SAGOTH are pleased to present first song from their new album EXILE ‘Of Stone and Tears’ is taken from their upcoming debut album EXILE out April 30th Born in the shadow of the brooding Yorkshire hills, KULL was forged by members of DYSCAPHIA and the barbarian metal kings themselves, the mighty BAL-SAGOTH. KULL ARE Tarkan Alp – Vocals Chris Maudling – Guitars Jonny Maudling – Keyboards/synths Alistair MacLatchy – Bass Paul “Wak” Jackson – Drums Follow Kull Online https://www.facebook.com/Kullmetal/ Continue reading

SHE CRIES WOLF surprise-release 3rd album ‘LIAR’

Brisbane’s melodic hardcore quartet She Cries Wolf are today revealing that their third album ‘Liar’ sees its release into the world TODAY. A complete surprise release, the band have spent the past month anonymously teasing the release through their hashtag #everyonelovestheliar. The album was released this morning, with all purchase options available at http://bit.ly/SCW_liar. The #everyonelovestheliar hashtag had many guessing about who was behind the campaign – with figures from the heavy music and alterrnative scenes like both Ahren Stringer and Joel Birch from The Amity Affliction, Kevin Butler from Thy Art is Murder, Sabian Lynch from Alpha Wolf, Bobak… Continue reading

CORNERSTONE – 10TH UNITED KINGDOM-TOUR/ CAMBRIDGE ROCK FESTIVAL

As already implied, the band is going to tour the United Kingdom again – for the tenth time meanwhile! The highlight will be be for sure the CAMBRIDGE ROCK FESTIVAL, one of the traditional English Open Airs, where acts like THE ANIMALS, STARSHIP or BARCLAY JAMES HARVEST appeared over the years. Cornerstone already performed there in 2013 and is really looking forward to come back in summer! Headliners for this years edition will be announced in the next few days, for more information please check out the Cambridge Rock website. Click here to visit the Cambridge Rock Website: https://www.cambridgerockfestival.co.uk/ Photocredits:… Continue reading