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22. March 2018 By Walter Price 0

GTC Has Fresh Track Picks Real Rock And Roll Music Blog Edition March 22, 2018

March 22, 2018, has fresh RRAR Music Blog track picks.

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JUDAS PRIEST – Never The Heroes

by Maria Haskins

Well, holy smokes, Judas Priest is back and they’re back with an album that might just knock you flat on your back. “Firepower” is prime metal and it is prime Judas Priest, and this track, “Never The Heroes”, is one of my favorites off the new album. Heavy, fierce, fiery…and with some excellent vocals from Rob Halford.

Judas Priest are heading out on an extensive tour this year, unfortunately without Glenn Tipton on guitar. While Tipton plays on the album, he is not well enough to join the band on tour. (Read the statement from the band.) Andy Sneap will be filling in on guitar, with Richie Faulkner who joined the band in 2011.

Find all the tour-dates on the official Judas Priest website.


WILLOW ROBINSON – In A Daze (The Score)

by Maria Savva

Talented singer/songwriter Willow Robinson’s new single, “In A Daze (The Score)”, is amazing. It has a very soulful blues sound. A little different from the acoustic and guitar-based tracks I’ve previously heard from him, but just as awesome.

“In A Daze” is taken from his new EP, of the same name, released in February.

Add it to your Spotify playlist.

Willow has two other brilliant EPs, which you can find on Soundcloud.


VOODOO CHILDREN – Tangerines and Daffodils

by Neil Schiller

I’m going to have to admit, up front, that I know very little about this band. Practically nothing really. I stumbled across this, their debut song I think, a couple of weeks ago and have been listening to it a lot. They have at least two members, they share vocal duties, they have a Facebook page, and they sound great. Er, beyond that, I’m struggling a bit.

I guess more will become clear in the fullness of time. But for now, just give it a listen. I love the energy, I love when the two voices combine (I’m always a sucker for that anyway). They remind me of a guitar based and punkier version of Hot Chip. I’ve always said if you don’t like Hot Chip then you need to take a good long look at your outlook on life. And the same applies here. This is great.





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