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Articles and Features
  • Melodic Times January – Woody’s melodic rock and AOR news round-up Stuff by Woody Legendary Midlands melodic rockers Magnum have announced a live show at The Robin in Bilston on Saturday 29th July. Get your tickets now! This show serves ...
    Posted 12 Jan 2017, 12:52 by Paul Woodward
  • Top 40 songs of 2016 I always compile a list of my top 40 songs of the year and always find it tough! There are a few omissions I can’t believe didn’t make ...
    Posted 9 Jan 2017, 11:55 by Paul Woodward
  • IN THE CROSSHAIRS – Kyros Hotly tipped modern Prog rockers Kyros are ones to watch for genre fans, who mix Muse, Depeche Mode and their own synth heavy feel to create an exciting new sound ...
    Posted 5 Jan 2017, 08:29 by Paul Woodward
  • Burnt Out Wreck – ‘Swallow’ music video release ‘Swallow’ the debut single from Burnt Out Wreck is out to buy on January 20th but you can check out the lyric video now below. Burnt Out Wreck feature ...
    Posted 5 Jan 2017, 08:13 by Paul Woodward
  • IN THE CROSSHAIRS – Black Paisley Hailing from Sweden Black Paisley are based in the capital Stockholm and are currently put their finishing touches to their debut album. It will be released towards the end of ...
    Posted 4 Jan 2017, 05:50 by Paul Woodward
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 ALBUM REVIEWS
 
  • Mad Margritt – ‘Love, Hate and Deception’ (Perris Records) Review by Woody I’ve got a few Mad Margritt albums and they are one of those bands that have some great songs but their albums always tend ...
    Posted by Paul Woodward
  • Bryan Cole – ‘Sands Of Time’ (Melodic Rock Records) Review By Woody Although he has been moving around in music circles for some time Guitarist and Vocalist Bryan Cole will be an unknown and a new ...
    Posted 16 Jan 2017, 16:20 by Paul Woodward
  • Apollo – ‘Waterdevils’ (Escape Music) Review By Woody Waterdevils is the debut solo album from former Firewind frontman Apollo, given the decades of work and experience this man has it is quite surprising ...
    Posted 13 Jan 2017, 09:50 by Paul Woodward
  • Supernova Plasmajets – ‘S/T’ (AOR Heaven) Review By Woody Supernova Plasmajets are a new young and explosive metal outfit with strong eighties rock influences. You take one look at the band and you can ...
    Posted 12 Jan 2017, 13:13 by Paul Woodward
  • Pride of Lions – ‘Fearless’ (Frontiers Records) Review by Woody I’m a massive fan of Jim Peterik’s Pride of Lions so I was really looking forward to hearing this their fifth album Fearless ...
    Posted 11 Jan 2017, 14:53 by Paul Woodward
  • Hit N Run – S/T (Lion’s Pride) Review by Woody Emerging into the popular melodic hard rock scene of the early Nineties Hit N Run quickly fell afoul of the dramatic and swift changes ...
    Posted 10 Jan 2017, 10:37 by Paul Woodward
  • Minotaurus – ‘Insolubilis’ (Limb) Review by Woody ‘Insolubilis’ is the fifth album from German ancient epic metal outfit Minotaurus who have enjoyed a lengthy career and have a strong core fan base in ...
    Posted 9 Jan 2017, 11:35 by Paul Woodward
  • Diamond Head – ‘Lightning To The Nations’ (Cherry Red) Review by Woody ‘Lightning To The Nations’ or as it is more widely and lovingly regarded to as ‘The White Album’ from Cult Black Country NWOBHM band Diamond ...
    Posted 6 Jan 2017, 06:53 by Paul Woodward
  • Crosson – ‘Spreading The Rock N Roll Disease’ (Metalapolis) Review by Woody Grandiose Australian rockers Crosson don’t take themselves too seriously and have a fun party edge to their pompous, strutting and irreverent rock n roll! ‘Spreading ...
    Posted 5 Jan 2017, 07:34 by Paul Woodward
  • Hiob AD - ‘Iron Skies’ (Soulfood) Review by Woody More often than not a band’s name, album title and artwork will be a good indication of what to expect from them. So, with Hiob ...
    Posted 4 Jan 2017, 05:28 by Paul Woodward
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INTERVIEWS
 
  • Stefan Blomqvist (Black Paisley) Black Paisley are a new band I think many fans of melodic rock and classic rock will really enjoy. So, I talked to main man Stefan Blomqvist about the emergence ...
    Posted by Paul Woodward
  • Mick Devine (Seven) The unexpected return of multi-national melodic rockers SEVEN has been met with positivity and excitement from critics and genre fans alike. With the recent release of the bands stunning ...
    Posted 3 Jan 2017, 04:57 by Paul Woodward
  • Nick Workman (VEGA) So the unusual album artwork for ‘Who We Are’, what’s the story behind it? We knew it would be equally loved and disliked and that much is true. Hey ...
    Posted 3 Jul 2016, 10:17 by Paul Woodward
  • Steve Brown of Trixter Trixter rose to fame in the early nineties with hits such as ‘Give It To Me Good’, ‘Surrender’ and ‘One In A Million’. But when the rock scene shifted drastically ...
    Posted 6 Jul 2015, 09:56 by Paul Woodward
  • Gianluca Firmo of Room Experience Italy has become a little bit of a hotbead for emerging AOR and Melodic Rock bands in very recent years. Another Italin song writer to emerge this year is Gianluca ...
    Posted 6 Jul 2015, 09:52 by Paul Woodward
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