H.E.A.T – Tearing Down Those Walls

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When a band gets a new lead vocalist, sometimes it increases their profile and sometimes it just crashes and burns.  It is one of the biggest gambles a band can make when revealing a new front-person to become the focus and the voice for their catalog and their brand.  This is a story of a… Read more »


SEBASTIAN BACH – Give ‘Em Hell and Then Some!

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There are many iconic faces in rock n’ roll though some not so pretty; but they rocked and ruled regardless.  Take Geddy Lee for instance, the man is a legend and at the time Rush was big, there was no internet and barely MTV so his music was heard first before it was seen.  It… Read more »


THE BREW – It’s A Family Affair

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In the last issue of Screamer, there was a review of the album Control from the UK-based band The Brew.  As you are reading this, the band is currently wrapping up their tour of Europe, and will be preparing for a tour of the UK in May. The crown jewel will be the Classic Rocknacht… Read more »


Delain – Surviving The Human Contradiction

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Delain have entered 2014 with the purpose of unleashing their fourth proper studio opus The Human Contradiction to audiences, and this release marks what has been a very busy three years for the band.  In 2012 they released their third album We Are The Others to critical acclaim as it tackled issues concerning the habit… Read more »


EXIT STATE – Organized, Chilled Out and Planned

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There is a band which are moving and grooving just below the radar in the UK, constantly plying their trade and sharing their style of alternative rock music.  This could apply to a great many functioning music-driven machines today, but these guys are proudly promoting their third studio album Let’s See It All and have… Read more »


KXM – …For all The Right Reasons

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KXM – “…it was done out of love and for all the right reasons” If you ever think about who is a workaholic, the name George Lynch doesn’t necessarily spring to mind.  It may be that when you’re wading through your record collection and pass through the “D” section you remember some of the good… Read more »


REBEL HOTEL – Creating Trends; Not Following Them

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If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to go on assignment and interview an artist/band in person, it’s interesting to say the least; especially if it’s in a big city like Los Angeles at night, with all those dark and seedy neighborhoods hiding behind suburbia.  You just never know what little corner of hell you’ll… Read more »


DARKHAUS – Life Worth Living

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Described as “…an Intercontinental Synth-Rock outfit consisting of five men from four representative countries (Scotland, US, Germany, Austria),” this entity has released a debut album that is solid from start to finish.  It goes by the title of My Only Shelter and delivers a hybrid of synth-driven pop sensibilities with a nod to modern contemporary… Read more »


LYNAM – Half Way To Hell

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If you were ever to cross paths with Jacob Bunton, lead singer of Lynam and not know him, one glance at those steel-blue eyes and black spiked hair would send an alert to walk a little bit farther away–but that impression of him couldn’t be anything further from the truth.  This southern gentleman says ‘please, thank… Read more »


TED NUGENT – No Ammo Required

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Walking into the Sands Expo and Convention Center in Las Vegas for the SHOT Show was like NAMM for guns!  SHOT (Shooting, Hunting, Outdoor Tradeshow) is where Screamer Magazine caught up with Uncle Ted after an amazing invitation to walk the show with him.  Weaving in and out and up and down the aisles, a… Read more »