Razorbats “The City” (Single)

Two new songs by Norway's hottest new band RAZORBATS, well not that new now since they started in 2012 (but they've been through various line-up changes)! "The City" brings back a healthy dose of VAN HALEN and The ARK influenced melodies with a catchy teenage rock chorus. If GIRL was still around, they would probably... Continue Reading →

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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 →

Doll Hazard “Transatlantic Meltdown”

Chris Damien Doll (TRASHCAN DARLINGS, SUCIDE BOMBERS...) and Sandy Hazard (MCRACKINS, DIRTBAG REPUBLIC) have joined forced to offer us this 10 song album. Chris handled guitar and bass, Sandy took care of the drums, and both shared vocals in order to create this Norway-Canada sleaze rock alliance. The duo met through their love for glam... Continue Reading →

Suicide Bombers “Suicide Idols”

This is the third SUICIDE BOMBERS release already if you don't count the "Appetite For Explosions" 3 song debut CDR (2012.) As usual, the record opens with a SIGUE SIGUE SPUTNIK kind of intro, just before getting right into the heart of the matter, delivering some high quality hard rock'n'roll with "Suicide Idol"! "Ready For... Continue Reading →

Razorbats “Camp Rock”

First album by Norway's hard rock'n'rollers RAZORBATS. They're young, but they do love their 70s rock'n'roll, no doubt about it! Opener "Planet Riff" displays a band with the groove and energy of early KISS mixed to CHEAP TRICK melodies, and these influences are confirmed in the first single of the album, "Kids of The 70s",... Continue Reading →

Suicide Bombers “The Sex Tapes”

A new EP from Norway's SUICIDE BOMBERS: 6 explosive songs with retro-futuristic SIGUE SIGUE SPUTNIKish samples in between them. Opening song "Bladerunner (Tokyo Nights)" does a great job at getting you hooked from the start, and makes you ready for "iKill (Suicide Romeo)", a good dose of sleaze rock with guitars reminding of the mighty... Continue Reading →

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