Rich Kid Expre$$ “Psychodelic”

Following the debut EP "Bubblegum Radio" released earlier this year, this new album by Rob Richardson offers us 10 well played and well produced hard rocking songs. Although these songs are definitelty rooted in the 80s and early 90s hair metal era, you'll also hear some 70s hard rock influences in "Cross The Line", "R.K.R."... Continue Reading →

The Erotics “Let’s Kill Rock’n’Roll”

The world might be crashing down, but it won't stop The EROTICS to play and release music. Here they are again with 14 songs recorded live in the studio by Don Fury in early 2020 in front of a contingent of dedicated fans. "Nothing To Sing About" opens the record on on an instrumental heavy... Continue Reading →

The Factory Superstars “b/w “Lullaby For Furs”

(-review by Moses Midnight) "Wait until I'm dead and you will see what all the fuss is about..." (-Dogs D'Amour) Hollywood Rocker, cult-figure, quick-draw artist, and suave black magician, Evad Fromme lived with the immortal and mythological, galactic kid, Alistarr from the Ultras, on Hollywood Boulevard during the late eighties/early nineties English Acid glitter daze... Continue Reading →

ItsOnlyRocknRollMusic digital magazine

ItsOnlyRockMusic webmag Issue 1 (May 2019) 44 pages of Rock N Roll! Featuring Sick Things, Corazones Muertos, The Flaming Sideburns' Eduardo Martinez, Sabertooth Rockers, Howard, Gyasi, Criminal Kids, Roxanne, Still Square, Dirty Action, Twin Temple, The Morlocks, Salty Dog, Guns N Roses, Alice Cooper Group, Baby Grande,The Limboos, MonoDelux, The Liza Colby Sound, Doomstress, Hammered... Continue Reading →

The Erotics “The Songs Remain Deranged”

Many sleaze rock/glam metal bands have disappeared these last years, but The EROTICS stand strong and offer us a new release each year! They never really change but are still able to offer us some quality rock'n'roll such as the heavy rock opener "Angel, Devil & Me". You'll hear some catchy horror rock ("Blood Of... Continue Reading →

The Bad Somethings “S/T”

Opening song "Yeah Yeah Yeah" brings us back to 70s KISS with Ace Frehley inspired guitars and vocals bringing Gene Simmons to mind, but The BAD SOMETHINGS actually are a duo! Songs like "Let It Roll" or "Along For The Ride" are simple and catchy with raw energy, cowbell and classic rock guitar riffs while... Continue Reading →

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