Early every year, there seems to come a rock record that sets a tone, that raises the bar for the releases due in the following months. In 2017, that record appears to be Wild at Heart (review), the debut full-length from Canadian rockers The Wild! To quote vocalist/lead guitarist Dylan Villain from the band’s official bio, “The Wild! is a mixture of what the blues feels like, rock ‘n’ roll sounds like and punk rock smells like.” That’s a dead-on assessment, and it just might add up to the best pure rock album since Airbourne stormed onto the scene nearly a decade ago with Runnin’ Wild. Judging by the reviews pouring in from around the world, The Wild! Appears to be on the verge of a major breakthrough, and it’s the result of a lot of hard work and complete dedication to the music. Live Metal’s Greg Maki recently caught up with Dylan to discuss the album, his rock ‘n’ roll upbringing and more. (more…)
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Tags: Boozus, Canadian bands, Dylan Villain, Entertainment One, eOne Music, Kelowna, Mike Fraser, Ready to Roll, Reese Lightning, The Kid, The Wild, Wild at Heart
Tags: Best in the West, Blues, Dylan Villain, Entertainment One Music, eOne Music, GxDxWxB, Lucas Boozus, Ready to Roll, Reese Lightning, rock 'n roll, The Kid, The Wild, Wild at Heart
Review by Greg Maki
I became aware of The Wild!, a smokin’ rock band from Canada, last fall when the quartet opened for Airbourne on the Australian rockers’ U.S. tour. As it turns out, that’s a near-perfect way to orient yourself for what to expect on Wild at Heart, The Wild!’s full-length debut release. (The band released an EP, GxDxWxB, in 2015.) But while Airbourne comes across as Brian Johnson-era AC/DC on steroids, The Wild! reaches back further, blasting out anthem after anthem soaked in a bluesy, Bon Scott-like swagger, couched in a punk rock attitude and all pure rock ‘n’ roll. (more…)
Tags: Baltimore, Baltimore Soundstage, Dylan Villain, Entertainment One Music, eOne Music, God Damn Wild Boys, GxDxWxB, Lucas Boozus, Ready to Roll, Reese Lightning, The Kid, The Wild, Wild at Heart
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Tags: Acey Slade, As Daylight Dies, Blood Money, Blood Money Part 1, Die Motherfucker Die, Dope, Edsel Dope, Entertainment One Music, eOne Music, Music Video, Racci Shay, Virus
Dope has released the official music video for the title track of its upcoming sixth studio album, Blood Money Part 1. The album officially hits streets on Oct. 28 via Entertainment One Music (eOne Music). Fans can pre-order the record, along with a plethora of bundle packages, meet-and-greets and exclusive new merch designs at www.DopeTheBand.com.
“It’s been a long time coming, and I’m very happy with how the new album came out,” said Edsel Dope. “I’m super excited for fans to hear the entire record and for us to get out there on tour and feed off of each other’s energy.”
Tags: Black Label Society, BLS, Book of Shadows, Book of Shadows II, eOne Music, Sleeping Dogs, Zakk Wylde
Zakk Wylde has debuted a new song from his upcoming solo album, Book of Shadows II, which will be released April 8 via eOne Music. The album is coming 20 years after Wylde’s first solo release, Book of Shadows, which showcased his softer, Southern rock side. The cover artwork and track listing for Book of Shadows II can be seen below.
Tags: C.J. Pierce, Dave Williams, Drowning Pool, eOne Music, Hellelujah, Jasen Moreno, Mike Luce, Resilience, Sinner, Stevie Benton
Review by Greg Maki
Drowning Pool has taken a long and winding road to 2016 and its sixth studio album, Hellelujah. Singers have come and gone. Since the massive success of its debut, Sinner (2001), the only one to feature its original frontman, the late Dave Williams, the band’s prominence in the hard rock/metal world has varied from album to album.
The title of its fifth album, Resilience (2013), wasn’t empty posturing. Guitarist C.J. Pierce, bassist Stevie Benton and drummer Mike Luce have endured more than their fair share of adversity over the past decade and a half, and they’re not merely still standing–Hellellujah is easily their best since Sinner. (more…)
Tags: Ace Frehley, Anomaly, Dimebag Darrell, Entertainment One Music, Entourage, eOne Music, Frehley's Comet, Gene Simmons, KISS, New York Groove, Paul Stanley, Peter Criss, Revolver Golden Gods Awards, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Space Ace, Space Invader, Zakk Wylde
NEW YORK — 2014 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Ace Frehley will release Space Invader, his first new solo album in five years, via Entertainment One Music (eOne Music) on June 24, 2014. The album will include at least nine new, original songs, as well as a cover of Steve Miller’s “The Joker.” This album is the first release under Frehley’s new universal deal with eOne Music. (more…)