Eagle Rock are celebrating Christmas with a bumper batch of reissues on coloured vinyl. Aerosmith ‘Rocks Donington’, Motley Crue ‘The End Live in Los Angeles’ and Ritchie Blackmore’s Rainbow ‘Memories in Rock’ will be released on November 20th, with Black Sabbath ‘The End’ & Kiss ‘Rock’s Vegas’ to follow on December 11th.
The Dead Daisies featuring newest addition Glenn Hughes have announced details of new single 'Bustle and Flow'. Taken from forthcoming album 'Holy Ground', the track follows on from their cover of Humble Pie's '30 Days in the Hole'.
Music has been with us since the dawn of time. Early civilizations invented primitive instruments to create music, and ever since then, people have incorporated it into most aspects of their lives. Video games are no different. They’re visual and engaging experiences that are only augmented with the introduction of music. Music makes video games memorable. Below, we’ll get into video game music, give you a brief history of it, and explain what makes music in video games so important.
Warner Music [Sony Music outside Europe] today announced the upcoming release of Pink Floyd’s ‘Delicate Sound Of Thunder’ on Blu-ray, DVD, 2-CD, 3-disc vinyl and deluxe 4-disc edition with bonus tracks, on 20 November 2020.
Pantera's final album 'Reinventing the Steel' is to get the expanded reissue treatment, in a new set from Rhino. Released in 2000, the opus represented a recommitment to everything the band loved about heavy metal.
Better Noise Music are proud to announce that the Amy Winehouse Foundation is now the official UK charity partner for the upcoming feature film from Better Noise Films, SNO BABIES.
Black Sabbath 'hand of doom' Geezer Butler is set to have his solo back catalogue reissued on CD and vinyl. 'Plastic Planet', 'Black Science' and 'Ohmwork' will be released on 30th October 2020, via BMG.
Adrian Smith has opened up to eonmusic about his career, confirming that he has a new solo project on the way, and that he was in line for a spot in Def Leppard after the passing of guitarist Steve Clarke in 1991, in an exclusive interview.
This year marks the 40th anniversary of the release of arguably Motörhead's most famous album Ace of Spades and, to celebrate, the band and its record label BMG are releasing a special vinyl reissue on 30 October.