21 Nov 2016

Sleazy Lizards

In 1974, Jon Landau checked out a show by the upcoming artist Bruce Springsteen. After the show, he went on to write a phrase that remained classic ever since: “I saw rock n’ roll future and its name is Bruce Springsteen”. This is somehow what I felt when I saw Sleazy Lizards opening for Kip Winger a while ago. No need for any parallelism or comparison with the mighty Boss but the enthusiasm and the overall performance of the band that night can easily justify any resonant characterization. Even if we are living in Greece…in 2016!

16 Nov 2016


Hammerfall is back and stronger than ever! Their tenth studio album, the sensational “Built To Last” has already gained rave reviews from all over the world. So, it was a fitting chance to track down Joacim Cans who was more than happy to share a few details and underline once and for all why Hamerfall is built to last! Interview: Sakis Nikas

02 Nov 2016


BJ is the third singer to appear on a DangerAngel album (there was another one, but didn't record officialy with the band) and took up the task to inform us about the band's new album, how he decided to take over the mic, the way of work living away of his bandmates and his cherished opinion about them (ed, keep your Greek dictionary handy). He knew the band from the past and he have already played a show with them in Greece, while he is getting ready for another one. Finally, he shares his opinion as a fan on something that concerns every respectable Journey maniac! Interview: Yiannis Dolas

18 Oct 2016

Flotsam And Jetsam

After the release of their amazing self-titled album Flotsam And Jetsam are back in Greece for two shows in Athens and Thessaloniki. We grabbed the opportunity to chat with guitarist Michael Gilbert about the album, the re-recording of “No Place For Disgrace”, the Greek audience, even… Metallica! Interview: Sakis Nikas

07 Oct 2016


Candlebox is one of the finest and most popular bands of the second wave of the grunge movement of the early 90s. Its self titled debut was immensely successful and it’s considered a classic of the genre. 25 years later, Candlebox marches on with yet another spectacular studio album called “Disappearing in Airports”. We track down the band’s singer Kevin Martin for his first ever interview with a Greek medium. As you will read below, Kevin shares all the details about the new album, the two new members, the grunge movement in Seattle etc.  Interview: Sakis Nikas  



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