fbpx

Imagika returned with two reformation shows in California in September. Here’s what Steve Rice had to say about them.

Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on pinterest Share on email Imagika returned after a long time on hiatus with two shows in California. 13 September saw the band at the Evolution in Sunnyvale, and the following night they appeared at the wonderfully named Toots Tavern in Crokett. Here’s what Steve Rice had to say about the shows: “Well, well, after almost…

Continue Reading

2019 – HOW WAS IT FOR YOU? We asked a few of our bands their favourite album of the year, their highlight, and what they’re looking forward to in 2020.

Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on pinterest Share on email We asked a few of our bands to name their favourite album of the year, their highlight, and what they’re looking forward to in 2020. Here’s what they had to say:   Howard ‘H’ Smith (Acid Reign) What’s your favourite album of 2019, and why? Acid Reign’s ‘The Age Of Entitlement’,…

Continue Reading

THE BAND WHO BECAME THEMSELVES – Howard ‘H’ Smith talks about Acid Reign’s new ‘Anthology 1987 – 2017’ CD set

Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on pinterest Share on email Hot on the heels of September’s brand new album ‘The Age Of Entitlement’ comes ‘Anthology 1987 – 2017’, a four-disc cornucopia which, Acid Reign frontman Howard ‘H’ Smith affirms, contains “every song Acid Reign have ever released.” It’s not the first collection of the band’s material, but it is the most…

Continue Reading

“I WAS BORN TO ROCK ‘N’ ROLL!” – Ged Wolf completes the Atomkraft story

Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on pinterest Share on email One of the consequences of Tony Dolan leaving the band was that the 12” single Neat had OK’d, ‘Your Mentor’ (c/w ‘Funeral Pyre’, ‘Demolition’ and ‘Mode 3’), was shelved, the title cut later appearing on the label’s ‘Powertrax’ compilation cassette. And, of course, Ged Wolf and Rob Mathew were now short…

Continue Reading

AGENTS OF FORTUNE (PART 2) – John Cyriis continues telling the story of the rebirth of the legendary Agent Steel

Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on pinterest Share on email With a new album ‘No Other Godz Before Me’ on the horizon, Agent Steel’s John Cyriis spoke at length about a range of subjects relevant to the band and its ethos. We continue the discussion with a quote from the past… John, I’ve got a review here that says “Agent Steel…

Continue Reading

End of content

No more pages to load