Η νέα δουλειά των Nighthawks έχει τίτλο “stellar warlords” είναι αθεραπευτά κλασικομέταλλικη και ποιοτικότατη. Το metalzone.gr επικοινώνησε με τους Nighthawks για τις λεπτομέρειες.
Μετά από 3 χρόνια νέα δουλειά τι μεσολάβησε όλο το διάστημα αυτό.
Europe guitarist John Norum is featured in a new interview with VWMusic discussing his new solo album, Gone To Stay. During the chat he looked back on Europe breakthrough hit, "The Final Countdown", from the 1986 album of the same name. Following is an excerpt.
VWMusic: It’s been a bit since Europe’s last studio album. Is any new material on the way?
Norum: "Yeah. We are talking about doing a new album next year, and everyone is writing for the new album now.
In a new interview with the "ProgRock Digital" podcast, former KAMELOT singer Roy Khan, who is a devout Christian, was asked if his faith influenced the lyrics on the latest album from his reactivated pre-KAMELOT band CONCEPTION, "State Of Deception", which came out in 2020. He responded (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET): "CONCEPTION is not a religious band in any sense of the word.
Με αφορμή την επερχόμενη εμφάνιση των Achelous στις 21/5 στο Remedy, όπου η μπάντα θα παρουσιάσει για πρώτη φορά ζωντανά τον νέο της δίσκο με τίτλο The Icewind Chronicles, ο Λάμπρος Πανέτας μίλησε με τον τραγουδιστή της μπάντας Χρήστο Κάππα ο οποίος μας διαφώτισε για τα πεπραγμένα και τα μελλοντικά σχέδια τόσο τω
Guitarist/vocalist Steve "Lips" Kudlow of Canadian metal legends ANVIL was asked in a new interview with the "Heavy Metal Mayhem" radio show if he thinks the band would still exist if it hadn't been for the success of their documentary, "Anvil! The Story Of Anvil". He responded: "Of course we would still exist. We existed before the movie for fucking 13 albums, man, so why wouldn't we exist after it?
Metal Hammer recently caught up with Iron Maiden guitarist Adrian Smith, who picked the 10 songs that best tell his story - from his two separate stints in Maiden (1980 - 1989 and 1999 - present) to solo projects, guest appearances and collaborations. Following is an excerpt from the rundown.
Rolling Stone interview series, Unknown Legends, features long-form conversations between senior writer Andy Greene and veteran musicians who have toured and recorded alongside icons for years, if not decades. All are renowned in the business, but some are less well known to the general public. Here, these artists tell their complete stories, giving an up-close look at life on music’s A list.
Former Black Sabbath vocalist Tony Martin has checked in with the following update via his official Facebook page.
"So, I got a call from Tony Iommi's manager. It seems there is now a record deal for my era of Sabbath albums! It looks like a re-issue is actually going to happen! There could be a LOT of 'Tony Martin' around this year! Sorry about that!"
Savatage / Trans-Siberian Orchestra guitarist Chris Caffery recently guested on That Metal Interview Podcast to discuss the new release from his side project, Spirits Of Fire. During the chat Caffery shared some Criss Oliva stories and discussed his beginnings with Paul O'Neill and Savatage.
He also addressed the ongoing topic of a Savatage reunion.
In a new interview with Simfonia Metàl·lica, former ACCEPT singer Udo Dirkschneider was asked to name the biggest mistake he made in his professional career. He said (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET): "I can tell you. This is the only thing I'm really not happy with. I was creating the name ACCEPT. And then, when we came — let's say in '80, '81, we had to sign a lot of documents