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This time, thanks to Tony’s effort, we are offering you an EXCLUSIVE IN-DEPTH INTERVIEW with the Metal Queen DORO. In this long, extensive interview Doro has told us about her countless plans : from the 70000 Tons of Metal Festival (cruise) to the upcoming US Tour. Also she’s looking forward to her 30th anniversary : according her words something big will come and about this “event” she has reveled that “the record company is thinking about doing a box set for the 30th anniversary – which is this year. We will be doing a couple of big shows”. In addition to this Doro is already finishing to filming “Anuk – The Path of the Warrior 2″. Instead we are very sorry to read that Doro’s house in Long Beach, NY was completely destroyed by the hurricane Sandy…. aside that Miss Pesch still kick asses and for that reason I’d invite you read this special INTERVIEW clicking the link below
Everyone has its (musical) queen, I mean Doro is the metal queen for eccellence at least the fans see her in that way.. as we’ve already stated many many times we’re bordeline ‘cause we like a bit of all and we’re not afraid to propose something different and now for this reason, we diverge on rock territories, well before I was saying that every musical genre has queen or king, and melodic rock/AOR has its queen and is called Robin Beck - known for her uber huge success “First Time”, now after 6-years-break Robin do her comeback with her 9th album “The Great Escape” on her own imprint, Her Majesty’s Music Room. See what she told us about her new label, new album and tour. Curiosity - someone in her family is following her musical footprints… read more @ (via Interview : Robin Beck « Femme Metal Webzine)
As promised the last night, well no one guessed who was the Slovakian band’s interview that I was going to publish : well, that’s it - GALADRIEL singer Sona Witch Kozakova gladly spoke with us about the last album “The 7th Queen Entroned” and more bands project. About the early times when the band have had to promote themselves the debut “Empire of Emptiness” Sona says : “On one hand Internet has changed everything […]We used the classic mail way to spread our music to magazines. We used the classic mail way to answer to letters of fans and answer the interviews.” Check out more what Sona has replied to Andy @ (via Interview : Sona Witch Kozakova – Galadriel « Femme Metal Webzine)
From Slovakia with love, we present you here the review, done by our dear Tony, of the seventh album “The 7th Queen Enthroned” by melodic dark metal GALADRIEL. A little except below : If nothing else, they have proven to be survivors and hopefully with their new album, “The 7th Queen Enthroned” their hard work and dedication will start to pay off. Continue @
Label : Life on the Moon Records/Cargo Records
Review by Tony Cannella
Talk about a long break between albums. It has been 19-years since Fiona Flanagan released her last album “Squeeze”. Now she returns with a brand new album “Unbroken”. This one kind of took me by surprise since I had no idea that she was planning a comeback, but it was a pleasant surprise at that. As soon as the first track, “Loved Along the Way”, kicks in, it’s like an old friend has returned and it is the perfect track to announce to the world that she’s back. The song has all of the great qualities that represented Fiona in the 80s. Tons of melody, a gritty hard rock guitar riff, a memorable chorus and just a kick ass vibe. This is just the type of hard rock music you just don’t find that much anymore, which is a shame. The second track “Broken” is possibly even better than the first, with Fiona’s raspy vocals and another rock solid guitar riff. “Unbroken” includes a cover of the Pat Benatar song “Shadows of the Night” which was very well done and definitely lived up to the greatness of the original. “This Heart” is a great ballad that features a duet between Fiona and Robin Beck and it became a huge highlight. “Unbroken” closes with the emotional “Everything You Are”. Other highlights include: “I’ve Released You”, “Wild One”, “Salt On My Wings” and “I Love You but Shut Up”. This is just energetic, fun, hard rock music, and it doesn’t try to be something it’s not. The thing that I really liked about “Unbroken” was that this is most definitely a Fiona album. This is not Fiona playing what is trendy or the big thing of the moment, this is Fiona as her fans remember her, she is not going after the trendy fan base, it is most definitely for her fans. After listening to “Unbroken” it is a welcome return to form for one of the most criminally underrated artists of the 80s.
Rating - 90/100