Razorbats “II”

This is already the second release of Norway's RAZORBATS. Their first album sounded young and fresh, but saying that they have become more mature would probably be insulting! On the other hand, RAZORBATS have become tighter as a band and it can be heard as soon as the album starts with glitter rock anthem "The... Continue Reading →

V/A “We Weren’t Meant To Last” (Best of Norcore Compilation ’83-86)

The unusual format of this CD packaging makes it interesting from the start since it fits very well the comic book illustration cover art. It is a compilation of songs of the mid-80s Norwood Park (Chicago) glam/punk scene. BLUE EYED PASTIE WHITES opens the record with a great glam rock song "Coulda Woulda Shoulda", followed... Continue Reading →

Gypsy Roller “S/T”

Opening song "Rock'n'Roll Stroller" sets the mood right from the start: 70s glam rock à la Gary Glitter! Lead vocalist/Lyricist Gil Soliz teamed up with Allen Davis who co-wrote, produced and engineered this second album. Bowie's shadow also wanders around these songs, especially in "Goodbye To Sorrows." The atmosphere sometimes gets close to the best... Continue Reading →

Lipstick “Lipstick II”

Following the 2015 debut album, "Lipstick II" takes us to another colourful space travel starting with "On The Eve of The Attack", which sounds like a quite surprising mix of BOWIE and MEAT LOAF! "Fight Back", "Cha La Head Cha La", or "Girl Dressed as a Sailor Moon" have a more 80s L.A. glam metal... Continue Reading →

Lipstick “S/T”

Introduced as a band that was formed after their lead singer and leader, Greg Troyan travelled through space, LIPSTICK is a theatrical glam influenced band from Nashville, TN. While you'll find a good dose of L.A. glam metal in songs like "We're Here To Rock You", "The Conan Song" or "Alone", LIPSTICK also brings 70s... Continue Reading →

Glambone New Year Episode

Break out the party hats and noise makers, Glambone returns with an all new podcast to ring in the New Year, 2015 style. Spotlight on Noah Wallace from L.A. glam rockers Hammered Satin. Listen to GBNEWYEAR! HERE.

The Barbarellatones “Mummified!”

Still exploring the strangest sides of sci-fi and B-movie culture, Robbie Quine and friends are getting mummified on this new album! Opening song "Goth Hippy" sets a dark psychedelic mood right from the start, just as the title of the song suggests. From Rocky Horror BOWIE-esque touches ("Teenage Creepazoid", "Donut Shop", "Mummified") to CRAMPS meet... Continue Reading →

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