A rare combination of voracious energy meets reverence for past heroes; if one thing is certain, Brian Lisik and company are worth the price of admission.
Between the dual guitar solos and tone of Robin Crosby and Warren DeMartini, Stephen Pearcy’s distinct vocals, Juan Croucier’s bass licks and songwriting, and Bobby Blotzer’s thunder drumming, Ratt is nothing short of essential.
After making a name for herself in metal groups such as Burning Witches and Dead Venus, Switzerland’s own Seraina Telli has released her debut solo album, Simple Talk.
The Essex-born six-stringer runs through the many exploits of his varied career in this far-reaching interview.
In this all-encompassing head-to-head chat with prolific bassist, vocalist, and songwriter we talk about his multi-faceted career and the time he had with childhood friend and co-founder/vocalist/guitarist D. Boon and beyond.
The veteran bassist dishes on II, creating an album during the pandemic and the musical brotherhood the members of Dead Cross share.
The former Lion, Dio, and Whitesnake guitarist dishes on his evolved approach and why this version of the Dead Daisies is the strongest yet.
As a heavy metal mainstay, Leatherwolf has traversed various incarnations since 1981. But its hallmark has always been Dean Roberts’ unabated aggression behind the kit.
With apologies to Bob Seagar’s “Turn the Page,” “Baker Street” has arguably the greatest saxophone riff in rock history. It’s so great that it resulted in what was known as the “Baker Street Phenomenon.”