Don Jamieson is one of the hardest working comedians in the biz! He just released his second comedy album on March 18th, Hell Bent for Laughter, he co-hosts the popular heavy metal talk show; That Metal Show on VH1 Classic and appears on Beer Money, a fast-paced, non-traditional sports quiz show airing on cable TV’s SNY [SportsNet New York].
Recently, guitarist Mike Campese found himself in Italy for the first time where he ran some clinics and visited his Italian relatives. Mike’s a virtuoso o guitar, bless with natural technical abilities that show up on his many CD and DVD releases.
Since their late nineties inception, Black Label Society, an explosive creation of guitar legend Zakk Wylde, has been at the forefront of their genre.
Hamilton, Ontario, based progressive metal band, Varga, has just unleashed their 3rd full-length studio recording, Enter the Metal after 17 years apart. Varga reunited in 2011 and have just released their awesome reunion CD.
Michael Schenker has been called one of the true guitar heroes of all time and has influenced three generation of players. His resume includes historical bands like UFO, the Scorpions, as well as several iterations of his solo group the Michael Schenker Group.
Jake E. Lee is best known for his work in Badlands and as guitarist for Ozzy Osbourne on Bark at the Moon and The Ultimate Sin.
Guitar master Michael Angelo Batio is rereleasing his long awaited solo album after years of touring and performing clinics. Intermezzo features all new original music and is filled with MAB’s signature virtuoso guitar playing of mixed meters, great melodies, superb arrangements, and world class production.
Stryper have shown that they are still a force to be reckoned with in the hard rock/heavy metal world with their 8th and heaviest release to date, No More Hell To Pay.
After years of chasing the sound they heard in their heads, the New Year’s Eve release of Crash stands as a landmark for the Florida based band Oblivious Signal. The band is finally able to hear the song they wrote played back to them through the speakers.
Metal Church’s latest release, Generation Nothing, marks the bands 10th full-length studio release and boasts the return to the band’s classic metal sound. It has elements of both the first album and The Dark, but still embraces the new sound of the band without chasing the past.