Fifty years since they formed, the Scorpions are still going strong. Lounging in retirement isn’t really in the cards. And, for the record, their 2010 Farwell Tour announcement was a bit premature due to the resurgence of interest from a younger audience and the success of their 2010 CD, Sting in the Tail.
The “Bitch Is Back” – Lita Ford the original Queen of Metal is back and working hard to make up for lost time of living on a deserted island for 15 years. Yes, you read that correct, Lita and her now ex-husband with their two sons lived on a secluded island for 15 years with almost no connection to civilization!
U.K. based rock trio RavenEye was formed in 2014 by 25-year-old, multi-award winning guitarist and vocalist, Oli Brown, along with drummer Kev Hickman and bassist Aaron Spiers.
Iconic vocalist and guitarist Michael Sweet of Stryper and guitar hero George Lynch of Lynch Mob and Dokken have joined forces to form the new supergroup Sweet & Lynch. Joining them on bass are James Lomenzo and Brian Tichy on drums.
Few rock guitarists have an impressive resume like Michael Schenker – from UFO, to the Scorpions, to the Michael Schenker Group; he has influence generations of guitarists.
After their inaugural voyage on Motörhead’s Motörboat Cruise and a recent addition to the Shiprocked Cruise 2015 in February, Metal Allegiance will also be bringing their musical crusade to the House of Blues in Anaheim, California, on Januray 21st, 2015.
After eight years and three CDs, HELLYEAH has release their most powerful and boldest CD yet; Blood for Blood, with Chad Gray on vocals, Vinnie Paul on drums and Tom Maxwell on guitar.
Black Veil Brides are constantly growing, reinventing themselves, and vowing to never make the same CD twice. For their upcoming release; BVB IV, due out on October 28th, the band has taken a mega leap forward in their musical career
German metal band, UnBreakable, is currently being compared to a modern day version of Scorpions, not only due to their Germanic heritage, but their infectious brand of melodic hard rock.
High on their latest CD release, All You Can Eat, Steel Panther continue their musical attack on the United States this fall by opening for the masters of metal, Judas Priest.