The Press Release:
Acclaimed vocal powerhouse SEBASTIAN BACH has announced the newly rescheduled dates for the 2nd leg of his highly anticipated 30TH ANNIVERSARY TOUR celebrating the album “SKID ROW,” which was originally set to start later this month. Today, BACH has revealed the tour will take place this fall starting on October 28th and running through December 15th with special guests STITCHED UP HEART. All dates have been rescheduled and tickets and VIP upgrades purchased will be honored at the newly scheduled dates, with the exception of Regina, SK, Uncasville, CT and Roanoke, VA. Fans who purchased tickets and VIP upgrades for those 3 shows will need to contact their point of purchase for refunds. Find the new tour schedule listed below. Continue reading Sebastian Bach Reschedules 2nd Leg Of “30th Anniversary” Tour→
The Press Release:
NYC rockers Spread Eagle have announced their “Subway To The Stars Spring Tour 2020” in USA and Canada, supporting their new album on Frontiers Music SRL. Just in time for the holidays, the Subway To The Stars US/Canada Tour announcement comes as a special treat for fans. These are the first Spread Eagle shows since 2017 and symbolize the official rebirth of the band. So if there’s one near you, don’t miss it! With the new album Subway To The Stars, Spread Eagle have proven they’re not just a blast from the past but a serious talent taking Rock music into the future. Ride on!
The Tour Dates:
March 20: Glen Burnie MD @ La Fontaine Bleue (Ballroom Blitz Festival)
May 23: Amityville NY @ Revolution Music Hall
May 29: New Bedford, MA @ The Vault Music Hall
May 30: Poughkeepsie NY @ Chance Theatre
May 31: Clifton NJ @ Dingbatz
June 3: Montreal QUE @ Piranha Bar
June 4: Toronto ONT @ Velvet Underground
June 5: Detroit MI @ Token Lounge
June 6: Joliet IL @ The Forge
June 7: Minneapolis MN @ Whiskey Junction
Sound Of Speed: https://youtu.be/_YWYEhwArMc
Switchblade Serenade: https://youtu.be/sQfbxl1rmLw
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PiercingMetal Thoughts: Historically speaking, I think I’ve only ever caught Spread Eagle in action once or twice but definitely not more than that. This was way back in the day when I used to go to a lot of shows and then just didn’t for a little bit of time to focus on work and the other adulting crap that we all face at one point or another. I really enjoyed the bands debut album and sadly was not able to catch any of their reunion shows of a few years ago so if they end up in NYC I will be making sure to be on point. I’ve kept up with some of their members as they work in other projects like Weapons of Anew, Sebastian Bach and UFO and feel it will be exciting to watch them rocking out some of their classics together once more. What do you think about this tour announcemen? Is it something that you would be rallying behind? Chime in down in the comments section and I will see you next time.
The Press Release:
Frontiers Music Srl is pleased to announce the signing of BLUE ÖYSTER CULT! For over four decades, BLUE ÖYSTER CULT has been thrilling fans of intelligent hard rock worldwide with powerful albums loaded with classic songs. Indeed, the Long Island, NY-¬‐based band is revered within the hard rock and heavy metal scene for its pioneering work. BLUE ÖYSTER CULT occupies a unique place in rock history because it’s one of very few Hard Rock/Heavy Metal bands to earn both genuine mainstream critical acclaim as well as commercial success. Now they have partnered up with Frontiers Music Srl to continue their amazing journey!
“We are delighted to be able to bring back the iconic BLUE ÖYSTER CULTwith the release of a wealth of musical material that will certainly please all the fans. Hard Rock music would not be what is now without BÖC and Frontiers is their natural “home”. We look forward to a long and fruitful cooperation!” – Serafino Perugino, Frontiers Records President. Continue reading Frontiers Music SrL Signs The Legendary Blue Oyster Cult→
Fans of the Frontiers Records label and the exciting Metal band Edge Of Paradise will be stoked at the news that the band has been signed to a multi-album deal. Read on down to the full press release below and I’ll return at the close with some editorial rumblings.
The Press Release:
Frontiers Music Srl is pleased to announce the signing of another incredible metal act, Los Angeles, CA based Edge of Paradise to the label’s roster for a multi-album deal.
Formed by singer Margarita Monet and guitarist Dave Bates in 2011, Edge of Paradise debuted on the scene a few months later with “Mask”, an album of industrial-tinged metal coupled with soaring vocal hooks, which was warmly received by critics and fans alike.
After the release of ‘Mask’ and touring all over the West Coast, the group immediately began writing another album. By 2013, the band had started recording with Grammy Award winning producer Bob Kulick (Kiss, Motorhead) and working with the legendary Michael Wagener (Metallica, Ozzy Osbourne, Skid Row) on the mix of their new songs. ‘Perfect Shade Of Black’ EP was the result of these sessions. The EP received rave reviews, painting a vivid picture of the bands staggering growth. Continue reading Frontiers Records Signs Edge Of Paradise To Multi-Album Deal→
Artist: Last In Line Venue: Mexicali Live (Teaneck, NJ) Opener: Gothic Knights, Tempt Date: 3/24/2017 Label: Frontiers Records
Written By: Katie N. (copyright 2017) for PiercingMetal.com Performance Photos By: Rich Catino of Metal Asylum
Perhaps I am oblivious due to the fact that I grew up decades after the roaring energy of the 70s and 80s, but attending intimate club shows exposes and propels the crowd into an ambience unbeknownst to that of the grandeur of the festival stage. Sure, at the end of the day, it’s all about the music, but there’s just something warmer about the closeness and enthusiasm of being face to face with the music.
Mexicali Live in Teaneck, NJ embraced such an atmosphere. At first glance, I wondered how the 20X30 inch stage could provide sufficient room for Vinny Appice’s legendary drum setup along with the loud and grandiose movements of Vivian Campbell, but there was more than enough space for the guys to bring the house down. In fact, the only area that seemed cramped was the floor due to the fact that the show sold out. The first band was Lunatic Fringe and I’m always surprised and beyond ecstatic to see a younger generation embracing rock-n-roll and heavy metal. They were an eclectic bunch with an age range from braces to beards and an energy level of 11 measured on the classic 1-10 scale. Behind the energy was a very heavy and dark sound most reminiscent of Ozzy Osbourne’s “Blizzard of Ozz” album. Although the venue wasn’t full at this point, there was an impressive showing and enough people standing to merit the group a large ovation.
Tempt: This one was an interesting addition to the night’s lineup. Although the band brought a more Bon Jovi-like vibe, they had more than enough vigor to drive the night onward. Most songs included an identifiable and melody mixed in with enough poppy synth and extravagant guitar solos to give me more of a feel of what the 80s actually sounded like. The growing crowd was more than happy with their performance. Continue reading Last In Line @ Mexicali Live (3/24/2017)→