cobra ramone

Cobra Ramone BANG BANG

There ain’t no one who gets to break my fucking heart… by Walter Price   Bang Bang saunters into the room with a dirty mix of oversized cajones and dripping in the swagger of thick and low down blues rock n’ roll, Canada’s finest Cobra Ramone are back. After a two year wait after their massively…

monster truck furiosity

Review: Monster Truck ‘Furiosity’

By Maria Haskins   It’s pretty safe to say that rock’n’roll is not dead but rather most excellently alive and kicking, with bands like Rival Sons, Scorpion Child, and yes, Canadian rockers Monster Truck tearing up stages and airwaves across the world. To prove my case, I offer “Furiosity” as evidence – Monster Truck’s first full-length…

Greylag

Greylag – ‘Yours To Shake’

Yours to Shake was one of those surprise sleepers on the album. When we went into the studio, we weren’t even convinced it would end up on the album. Something was missing in the arrangement and it was making it difficult to see the song as a whole. We just kept avoiding it. Then we…

Death Ape Disco

Review: Death Ape Disco “Supervolcano’

By Maria Haskins   Fair warning: if you put this album expecting disco-music played by lethal primates, then you’ll be sorely disappointed. If you put it on expecting some hellaciously high-energy, fist-to-the-solar-plexus rock metal goodness played by five guys from the UK, then you are in luck, because that is exactly what Death Ape Disco delivers.…

One Bad Son Black Buffalo

Review: One Bad Son ‘Black Buffalo’

By Maria Haskins   In 2012 I reviewed Canadian rockers One Bad Son’s self-titled album for Hard Rock Nights, calling it “unadulterated, hot-blooded, gutsy rock’n’roll”. It was a stellar release that garnered the band a lot of well-deserved attention, and now the guys are back with a brand new album: Black Buffalo. Knowing what a great album they put…