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Burning Rain To Release New Album In May Via Frontiers Records

Burning Rain New Album 2013

Frontiers Records is pleased to announce the release of bluesy hard rockers Burning Rain’s third studio album, Epic Obsession, on May 17th in Europe and May 21st in North America. Burning Rain was founded by current Whitesnake axeman Doug Aldrich together with singer Keith St. John (ex-Montrose). The line-up for the new album is rounded out by Sean McNabb on bass (ex-Quiet Riot, Dokken, House Of Lords) and Mat Starr on drums (Ace Frehley). Epic Obsession comes after a long hiatus from the release of the band’s second album, Pleasure To Burn, in 2000. Click here to access the album art for Epic Obsession and see below for the complete tracklisting.


Faithsedge-New Management, Keyboardist And Album

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Faithsedge Rock N Growl Management

California-based Rock band Faithsedge has inked a worldwide management deal with Germany’s Rock 'N' Growl Management. The follow up album to the debut is tentativley called “The Answer Of Insanity” is a concept record based on stories from singer/songwriter Giancarlo Floridia’s life that lead up to the first album with an intresting twist at the end. It’s sure to be melodic, progressive and intense!


Dream Out Loud-Interview

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IMR: Hello CHANDRESH! So first of all on behalf of Team IMR, thanks for taking the time to talk to us. Tell us about DOL, after playing Live for so many years how you came up with the idea of DOL?
DOL(Chandresh): Well, about 4 years back Suraj happenend to call me for a one of show and that’s how we started jamming. We realized that both of us had the same creative urge and wanted to start a band that only played originals. So we started writing songs and recorded our first album HUMAN RACE.


Metal Army

Metal Army
Metal means power, anger, rage and rebellion. Metal means washing your pains away. Metal is hatred. Metal is divine. Metal is Godliness. Metal was always an anthem of the underground. But now as we turn these pages of years the trend seems to have changed. It is still the music for "Weird" people, but the term "weird" has a bit of a different meaning. I say this watching all those Black-T wearing kids that flock every other Metal show in town. Which makes me say that it’s not so “Underground” anymore? Is it? Don’t we all now like to flaunt our favourite band T-Shirts now?
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