Ed Sheeran has announced that he will be performing at TikTok‘s UEFA Euro 2020 event. The gig, which will only be available to stream via Sheeran’s TikTok channel, will be filmed at Ipswich Town football club on June 25. The concert will be streamed from Ipswich at 9pm BST and will be free-to-view on TikTok. It will also be shown again on June 26 and July 9 for global audiences. As reported in MusicWeek, the event will be the “the very first performance of Ed’s forthcoming new single, as well as a number of classic tracks for his global fans”.

As our tiny brains struggle to make sense of the fact that Queen‘s Greatest Hits was released only 10 years into their career, but that it was also 40 years ago, Queen have announced they’re releasing two new versions of the UK’s biggest selling album. Originally released on October 26 1981, the album’s ruby anniversary will be heralded by the arrival of a cassette version – available in five different colours – and a new CD version that comes with what’s being described as an “exclusive slipcase”. Both will be released globally on July 2. In a statement, the band reveal that a clear plastic cassette and the slipcased CD will be available to all, while a limited number of variants will be on sale at the Queen webstore. These include:
Collector’s Edition CD With Exclusive Slipcase Cover signed by Brian May and Roger Taylor, bundled with all 4 band member colour cassettes and a Greatest Hits gold plated badge (limited to 1000 signed copies, but already sold out)
Collector’s Edition Frosted Aqua Cassette – Freddie Mercury Cover
Collector’s Edition Transparent Pink Cassette – Brian May Cover
Collector’s Edition Transparent Green Cassette – Roger Taylor Cover
Collector’s Edition Transparent Blue Cassette – John Deacon Cover
Greatest Hits is the UK’s biggest-selling album ever, with certified sales of over six million copies. It’s spent a grand total of 942 weeks and counting on the UK chart, including four weeks at number 1.

Georgia’s finest Blackberry Smoke have announced a European tour for Spring 2022. The 22-date tour kicks off in Barcelona, Spain, on February 3, and climaxes in London just over a month later on March 6. Support on all dates comes from Nashville country rockers The Steel Woods, and tickets go on general sale at 9am local time this Friday June 4. Full dates below. Blackberry Smoke frontman Charlie Starr says, “We have been away too long, home too long, and it is past time to get back to the UK and Europe for some rock’n’roll shows with all of our brothers, sisters, friends and family there. We hope we see everyone out for these amazing shows!” It’ll be the first time the band have set foot on UK soil since they placed with Tedeschi Trucks Band at Wembley Arena in February 2020, a few weeks before lockdown.

Van Halen’s David Lee Roth has released a jangly country song titled Giddy-Up!. The track arrives with cover artwork illustrated by the frontman himself, depicting a set of rowdy cowboys, a bucking horse, and a tribute to Roth’s late former bandmate, Eddie Van Halen. Giddy-Up! was originally created as part of the soundtrack behind Roth’s 17-chapter interactive graphic novel, The Roth Project, which was released last November. The track is the second single to be shared from the score, following Somewhere Over The Rainbow Bar And Grill. The online comic book is an immersive audio and visual experience, and follows a futuristic/Western-inspired narrative that depicts a world where artificial intelligence has gained the ability to copy human behaviour. The story is narrated by Roth, and is accompanied by his own original score.

Rock icon Roger Taylor has announced the new album, Outsider, alongside news of a 14 date UK solo tour scheduled for October 2021. Since Queen + Adam Lambert’s highly anticipated UK tour has been postponed until 2022, Taylor will instead be performing at a selection of intimate UK venues in October of this year. The rock icon has also shared details of the setlist, with many songs taken from own solo catalogue, as well as Queen classics. Accompanying Taylor as part of his backing band will be Queen + Adam Lambert’s keyboardist Spike Edney and supporting drummer Tyler Warren, plus guitarist Jason Falloon and Goldfrapp live players keyboardist Angie Pollock and bassist Charlie Jones


Glastonbury Festival has been awarded a licence to host a live music event at their site in Somerset this year. Up to 50,000 people will be able to attend a scaled-back version of the festival which looks like it’ll be taking place in September. Organisers made the decision to cancel Glastonbury for the second year in a row earlier this year, in accordance with UK government guidelines surrounding the ongoing pandemic. However, they also applied for a licence to Mendip District Council to host two days of live music later in the year.Their application has now been granted, meaning it looks like the event will be going ahead. Organiser Emily Eavis recently told NME that the event would be “a large[r] version of the Pilton Party” – the annual ‘thank you’ fundraising gig for villagers, workers and local people. We do that every September, but it will just be bigger and the public can come down. We’ll call it Equinox if we do it.”

Billy Gibbons has confirmed that ZZ Top are working on a new album.
In an upcoming interview with Classic Rock, Gibbons (who releases his third solo album, Hardware, in June ) confirmed that he has been stockpiling material for the Texan trio’s first record since 2012’s La Futura.
“The last laugh has yet to be heard,“ he says. “‘While we were working on Hardware, I was sending the roughs that might not have been fitting for that but were certainly fitting for the ZZ thing.
Gibbons couldn’t confirm when the album would be finished or released, though he suggests late 2021 or 2022. “If it were this year, it would be the very late end,” he says.

Slipknot are in a studio in Los Angeles recording the follow-up to 2019’s We Are Not Your Kind, and founding member Shawn ‘Clown’ Crahan says the Iowa group are “making God music and having a blast.”
Speaking with Download festival presenter Kylie Olsson, Clown says that ‘great music has been written’ for what will be the band’s seventh studio album. “I’m not gonna talk about how many songs [have been completed], because, honestly, I can’t,” says Clown. “But I can just tell you that I’m really happy, and the guys are really happy. [Corey] Taylor is on some level of singing that I’ve never heard him, which makes me really emotional. Great music has been written, and because of that, my favourite singer on the planet has sang the songs.”According to the percussionist, this will be the first time frontman Taylor has brought a “completed” set of lyrics into the studio ahead of recording his vocals.

Kiss have announced rescheduled dates for the European leg of their End Of The Road tour.
The tour will get under way in Dortmund, Germany on June 01, 2022 and wrap up with a set in Amsterdam on July 21, with an extra set of new dates apparently coming soon. Tickets previously purchased for the postponed 2020 and 2021 shows will be valid for the rescheduled 2022 dates .The dates will coincide with Kiss’ slot as Download Festival headliners in 2022.
Kiss have previously spoken about the End Of The Road tour, saying: “All that we have built and all that we have conquered over the past four decades could never have happened without the millions of people worldwide who’ve filled clubs, arenas and stadiums over those years


The Rolling Stones are to release the full version of their famed Copacabana Beach show for the first time. The original performance – filmed at a free concert for an estimated 1.2 million fans in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, on 18 February 2006 – was first released as part of The Biggest Bang DVD the following year. Now it’s being repackaged for multiple formats, with the four songs missing from the original release – Tumbling Dice, Oh No, Not You Again, This Place Is Empty, and Sympathy For The Devil – joining the rest of the set on the remastered and remixed The Rolling Stones – A Bigger Bang: Live On Copacabana Beach. The package will be released on July 9 on multiple formats including DVD, SD Blu-ray, DVD+2CD, SD Blu-ray+2CD, 2DVD+2CD Deluxe, 2SD Blu-ray+2CD Deluxe, 180-gram 3LP, limited edition 3LP pressed on 180-gram blue, yellow, and green vinyl, and via digital platforms.

US rockers Counting Crows have announced their first release in seven years. The four track Butter Miracle, Suite One will be released on May 21, and is the follow-up to 2014’s Somewhere Under Wonderland album. The first single from the EP, Elevator Boots, is already available, and is a contemplative, road-weary slice of heartland Americana that conjures up visions of Bob Dylan, The Band, Van Morrison and REM. Elevator Boots was written by band frontman Adam Duritz while he was living in the UK on a friend’s farm last year, during which time he shaved his trademark dreadlocks. “I got rid of my beard, too,” Durtz tells Rolling Stone. “I just wanted to see myself. I didn’t want to be hiding behind a beard or the dreads.

Californian funk rockers Red Hot Chili Peppers have decided to sell a large wedge of their discography over to the Hipgnosis Songs Fund in a publishing deal worth $150 million. This decision follows in the footsteps of artists such as Bob Dylan, The Beach Boys, Jay-Z and Beyonce, who have also sold off a number of their hits. Although it is unclear whether the final deal has been signed, the songs to be traded include their hit singles Californication, Snow (Hey Oh) and Give It Away. Paul Stanley has acknowledged that the end is in sight for larger-than-life hard rock superheroes Kiss, but promises that the New Yorkers will sign off with a spectacular show for UK fans at Download 2020.Speaking in the new issue of Classic Rock magazine, Stanley talked of his joy in seeing in the new year onstage with Kiss at their spectacular livestream concert from Dubai, but conceded that the hard rock veterans are mindful that the end of the road is fast approaching. “It was exhilarating to get back out there,” says Stanley. “And the conditions of the show [which was watched at the venue by a Covid-screened audience] were so unique, the protocols for safety were so stringent it took on an almost surreal quality. After a year of inactivity it was great to say again: ‘Yeah, man… we’re Kiss

London-based brewery Signature Brew has set up a support scheme for UK independent venues that have struggled over the pandemic. With £250,000 worth of beer being given up as part of a commitment to a live music fund, venues nationwide can apply for beer grants worth up to £5000. This fund will not only support struggling venues but also touring musicians who have seen their main income axed over the last year. Artists with gigs booked in the next 12 months will be eligible to apply for their share of the alcohol, removing one of the main overheads from being on the road.


Proceeds from the sale of the surprise single by Mick Jagger and Dave Grohl, Eazy Sleazy will be shared between the Music Venue Trust (UK) and the National Independent Venue Association (US). The single is a wry,sardonic and punky reflection on the coronavirus crisis and lockdown.

Just in time for, hopefully, lockdown ending progressive rock band Marillion are to launch a 1000 piece jigsaw which features all 19 of their album covers plus the cover for their forthcoming album. Bet you wish you had to stay in.

Roger Taylor of Queen apparently wants to stick a 20 foot high Freddie Mercury statue in his garden. The bronze statue was used outside London’s Dominion Theatre during the run of the musical “We Will Rock You”. He has applied for planning permission from Guilford Borough Council for the statue, a pool house, bar and jaccuzzi. None of his neighbours have complained but band mate Brian May is less than happy “He is only annoyed” said Taylor “because he didn’t think of it first”

Ronnie Wood of Faces and Rolling Stones fame has been given the Freedom of London. The accolade is offered to key people of all nationality and backgrounds who are considered to have provided exceptional service to the capital, with previous recipients including Admiral of the Fleet Rt Hon Lord Mountbatten of Burma, Diana, Princess of Wales, King Kigeli V of Rwanda, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Nelson Mandela, Luciano Pavarotti, Morgan Freeman and J. K. Rowling.
Freedom of the City of London is often thought to bestow certain privileges on the recipient, but these honours are largely historical (the right to drive cattle over London Bridge) or apocryphal (the right to a silken rope if hanged, and the right to carry an unsheathed sword in public).
Ronnie will, however, receive a nice certificate.


Good news this week that the TRNSMT festival in Glasgow will now take place between the 10th and 12th of September at Glasgow Green. There are a few changes to the line up the main one being (and even better news) The Chemical Brothers will be replacing Lewis Capaldi although the organisers have said he will be back in 2022. Ah well you can’t have everything.

Staying with festivals the organizers of Glastonbury have announced a global livestream from Worthy Farm on May the 22nd. Featuring sets from Coldplay, Damon Albarn, Jorja Smith, Haim and Wolf Alice. Tickets are £20.

And even more Festival news It seems almost certain that if you are attending either the Reading or Leeds festivals this year you will need to have some form of “vaccine passport” to gain entry. The UK Government are to announce details of the scheme this week but it has disaster written all over it.

Alex Rose of Gun’s and Roses fame made an appearance in a recent episode of the long running cartoon series “Scoody-Doo And Guess Who”. If you missed it, here’s a spoiler; he’d have got away with it if it hadn’t been for those meddling kids.


Rockstar and voice of The Who Roger Daltry is selling his own-brand limited edition champagne to raise money for charities hit by the pandemic. Daltry is patron of the UK’s Teenage Cancer Trust and along with bandmate Pete Townsend co-founder of Teen Cancer Americaandl profits will be donated to the charities. In total 14 Teenage Cancer Trust concerts have been cancelled since the start of the pandemic. Champagne Cuvee Roger Daltry is available from Eminent Life and priced at £95.

MeatLoaf is to launch a new dating show!!! Yes we we were surprised by that as well. Over the years, the worlds of rock and reality TV have occasionally joined forces to create some of the weirdest, and often most watchable hours of television. MTV noughties’ hit series The Osbournes is one example that still has people talking about it to this day (although you’ll have to scour the web to find it), and there was, of course, Rock Of Love – the best-worst show ever made, in which hopeful young women battled to win the heart of Poison star Bret Michaels (spoiler: it hasn’t aged well). Now, this unlikely cultural phenomenon is getting its latest instalment – a dating show produced by none other than Wagnerian rock icon Meat Loaf, named after his 1993 ballad I’d Do Anything For Love (But I Won’t Do That). Accompanying Meat Loaf on production duties will be the creatives behind Netflix’s baking show Nailed It! Currently, I’d Do Anything for Love… But I Won’t Do That is being pitched to networks and streaming services, so hopefully it won’t be too long a wait.

Rammstein are the latest band to reschedule, yet again, due to the pandemic. It will now take place in 2022 kicking off on the 22nd of May and arriving in the UK on June 26th at the Rioch Arena Coventry followed by Cardiff’s Principality Stadium on the 30th of June. The dates at Belfast’s Boucher Road Playing Fields on June 12th and 17th have been cancelled.

Art rockers 10cc have announced a new UK tour for march 2022. The new Greatest Hits tour will begin in Liverpool on March 25, and take in York, Nottingham, Manchester, Cardiff, Bath, Southend, the iconic London Palladium, Bournemouth, Birmingham, Guildford, Glasgow and Gateshead. “It’s difficult to express just how much we have missed playing live and how much we want to be back playing concerts for you,” says funding member and band leader Graham Gouldman. “We look forward to seeing you all again in 2022.” The current 10cc line-up features Gouldman (bass, guitar, vocals), Rick Fenn (lead guitar, bass, vocals), Paul Burgess (drums, percussion) – both of whom have been with the band since the early years – Keith Hayman (keyboards, guitars, bass, vocals) and Iain Hornal (vocals, percussion, guitar, keyboards).

With coronavirus still keeping live events on hold, Roadie Relief was created to support event workers and roadies who are left with no income and no financial assistance, with auctions of live music memorabilia that include donations from some of the biggest names in rock and metal.
Roadie Relief’s second silent auction is live now through to April 14, and includes donations from Kiss, Foo Fighters, Korn, Ghost, Bon Jovi, Faith No More and more. You can also donate directly to the Roadie Relief fundraising page.


Black Sabbath bassist Geezer Butler has announced he is writing is autobiography and promises the reader guns, knife fights and bucket loads of cocaine (probably in the chapter about Ozzy). As yet he hasn’t gone into specifics of what he will share with the world but we can only hope that includes the famous story of the bowl of coke, a panic button and a toilet. No date has been set for the publication.

Clannad have released a video for a brand new version of their hot “In a Lifetime” featuring rising Irish star Denise Chaila. This new version was recorded in Donegal, the bands family home, with the video being shot inside a derelict church overlooking the Poison Glen. The song was originally featured on the bands 1985 album Macalla and was a duet with some guy called Bono (whatever happened to him?). Clannad will be touring in 2022

Nick Jonas has said that it’s his “dream” to portray Bruce Springsteen in a biopic. Thankfully it’s his dream and no one else’s.

Fleetwood Mac’s Mick Fleetwood as announced that the concert he organized last year in celebration of Peter Green will be screened online from April 24th at 8pm GMT and will be available for 5 days. Featuring such artists as Christine McVie, Noel Gallagher, David Gilmour, John Mayall, Steven Tyler and many more it will be available via in HD and 4K streaming video with Dolby Atmos sound.


Queen have announced “The Greatest” a 50 week YouTube series of clips from the bands career. Starting on the 19th of March the band promise a spectacular journey through the history of Queen with concert footage, sound checks backstage and rare aftershow access.

Bruce Springsteen has put his latest (and first) advert on hold. His advert for “Jeep” will now not be shown when it came to light that he had been arrested last November for drunk driving, reckless driving and consuming alcohol in a closed area (we think that probably means his car). As one of his songs aptly says he has probably had “Better Days”

We were sad to hear of the death recently of Hilton Valentine. Who was he you may ask. Well ask anyone of a certain age who ever picked up a guitar what they learned to play first and chances are it will be the chords Am-C-D-F when put together become the opening arpeggio bit of “House of the Rising Sun” by The Animals in which Hilton was their lead guitarist.

Rumours abound that Fleetwood Mac are to tour again with Lindsay Buckingham after they all made up (again). However keyboard player/singer Christine MvVie in a recent interview with the BBC said that it was highly unlikely and if they did it would be without bassist John McVie and Stevie Nicks and anyway she was “too old”. So I guess the answer is…they won’t (but you had already worked that out I’m sure)


Apple Records are to release on the 16th of April a 50th Anniversary (ok it’s year late but we won’t tell them) deluxe box set of John Lennon‘s first solo album..John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band. Described as a “deep listening experience and an in-depth exploration”..(no we have no idea either) over 6 CD’s and 2 Blue Ray discs it will include amongst the 131 tracks 87 unheard unreleased demo’s rehearsal out-takes, studio jams and conversations. In other words stuff that quite rightly should never be released. You also get 132 page booklet. A War Is Over! Poster and two postcards.

Staying with all things Beatles Paul McCartney is to publish a 900 page “lyrical” autobiography. The lyrics a “self-portrait in 154 songs” will look at the people, places and circumstances behind songs written in boyhood, with The Beatles and beyond. It will be released in two volumes on the 2nd of November.

The Download Festival due to take place at Donnington Park between the 4th – 6th of June is the latest high profile event to be cancelled for the second year. It has been rescheduled for the 10th -12th of June 2022 with Kiss, Iron Maiden and Biffy Clyro headlining over the three days.

Heart’s Nancy Wilson releases her first solo album in April. Titled “You and Me” it features 8 original songs and covers versions of Simon & Garfunkel’s “The Boxer”, Pearl Jam’s “ Daughter”, Bruce Springsteen’s “The Rising” and The Cranberries “Dreams”. There are also guest appearances from Sammy Hagar, Duff McKagan of Guns & Roses, the Foo Fighters Taylor Hawkins and award winning singer Liv Warfield.


Rock legends Queen have released their first mobile game. Queen: Rock Tour is available for Android and iOS devices now, and will apparently allow players and fans to relive iconic shows from the band’s past and play along with their hits.
A statement reads, “With live music in lockdown and the return of tours still uncertain, rock group Queen has come up with a safe alternative – no masks, no social distancing, just the good old fashioned live experience.”
“Queen: Rock Tour gives players a chance to experience the majesty and might of the Queen [live] experience on their phones supported by extensive attention to detail contributed by the official Queen archives and experts.
“Hit the stage and perform with the entire band as you unleash your music talents to play thrilling guitar riffs, heart-pounding drum solos and much more. All you need to do is tap the tiles in time with the rhythm!” “Our ambition was to push the boundaries of music and gaming with a fun and rewarding experience that would put players in Queen shoes at pivotal points in their career and make them perform in real-time Queen’s live music unlike ever before,” gushes Cedric Ratajczak, Creative Director for Brands at Gameloft, the game’s developers.
He continues: “The creative challenge was to modernise the traditional rhythm-game genre with innovative and mobile-friendly twists inheriting from hyper-casual gaming, and with a unique and happy visual style that offers a timeless look to the band, appealing to the new generation of players.”
Queen: Rock Tour is available from Google’s Play Store and Apple’s App Store now. The initial install comes with three complete songs, with access to the full 20 coming via in-app purchase

Scottish post rockers Mogwai are celebrating their latest album “As The Love Continues” reaching number 1 in the UK charts. “We’re unbelievably happy to be the Number One album,” said Mogwai guitarist Stuart Braithwaite in a video clip from the Official charts Company, which you can watch below. “We want to thank everyone at Rock Action Records – both of you – and mostly to thank everyone who has bought, downloaded and streamed the album, and supported us over the last week, and the last 25 years. It’s something we’re amazed by. We’re taken aback by everyone’s support, kindness and generosity. “It is 25 years this week since the release of our first single Tuner/Lower, the first release on our own label Rock Action Records. We didn’t start the band or the label to get into the charts. None of us ever envisaged either the band or the label being in a position where having a Number one record would be a possibility.
“We started the label with a loan of £400 from my now-brother in law. Martin’s folks generously helped us out by paying for the studio to record the songs. We were just kids that wanted to make an amazing noise and get our record played on John Peel. Amazingly John did play the record, and one thing led to another to get us to the point we’re at now. It’s been an incredible journey making music together over the last quarter century, taking us to places we never dreamed of and getting to play our music to more people than we ever imagined.”


This month is the 10th anniversary of the death of Gary Moore and to mark the occasion Provogue Records are to release, on the 30th of April “How Blue Can You Get” an album of previously unheard and unreleased songs. First up and out now is the single “In My Dreams” a Parisienne Walkways-esque ballad featuring that unmistakable Gary Moore tone.

Suzi Quatro has released Video for “The Devil Inside Me” the title track from her forthcoming album which will be released by Steamhammer/SPV on the 26th of March. I’m sure that will please guys of a certain age.

Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department have confirmed that they are looking into allegations of abuse made against rocker Marilyn Manson. He has denied all the allegations against him. Time will tell.

Slipknot’s Corey Taylor has announced via the bands website that “We are about to announce something massive and you will hear about it next month”. One of two guesses its either Corey will announce his ego is really massive or they have a new album coming out in which case he is probably right. It will be massive.. a massive flop just like the last one. Ah well Corey there is always that ego of yours.


Queen have tried recording a new song with Adam Lambert in Nashville.. wait Queen go country?? No they just happened to be there. According to drummer Rodger Taylor “we haven’t actually finished it and I can’t remember what it’s called” Not really promising is it.

The Prodigy have announced that they are making a music documentary to tell their “chaotic and troubled “ story. The film will document the band’s journey from their origins to their historic success as one of the worlds leading electronic acts. Due to start filming in the Spring no release date has been set.

Fleetwood Mac release a remastered 3CD and 2LP of their 1980 live album on the 9th of April. Featuring the original album plus an hours worth of unreleased live music recorded between 1977 and 1982 plus a booklet, full itinerary of the bands Tusk tour and yet another history bio of the band.

The nominees for this years induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame have been announced. Now Iron Maiden, Foo Fighters, Rage Against The Machine and The New York Dolls are absolutely rock n roll. Kate Bush, Carole King, Tina Turner, Dionne Warwick and Chaka Khan are all on the upper echelons of music….but Jay-Z, Devo and Mary J Bilge..really. Will be interesting to see who makes it in. Watch this space.

Finally this week sad news reaches us as we learn of the death of top American record producer Elliot Mazer who died from a heart attack after years of battling dementia. Famous for his work with Neil Young as well as The Band, Janis Joplin Rory Gallagher, Bob Dylan and many more. He is famous for telling artists “Rule Number One is that there are no rules”. A sample of his best work can be found by listening to the classic Neil Young album “Harvest”.


Sir Elton John has had an online meeting withCulture Secretary Oliver Dowden over the issue of artists touring the EU. The new rules mean that musicians will come up against a “wall of bureaucracy”, paperwork and additional finances. However the UK Government has stated that visa free touring is not currently “on the cards”. Don’t you just love Brexit

As if the Pandemic wasn’t bad enough Ozzy Osbourne has announced that he is close to completing his 13th solo album. Just what the world needs, not, is an another Ozzy album and according to his producer Andrew Watt some songs are eight or nine minutes long. It doesn’t bear thinking about. However the good news is he has said he will never tour again.

Neil Young and Lindsey Buckingham of Fleetwood Mac have joined Bob Dylan as the latest artists to sell shares of their music publishing catalogue to the intellectual property rights investor Hipgnosis. Young’s deal is worth around £110 million for 50% of the rights to his…wait for it..1,180 songs!! It’s a wonder he found time to tour.

Justin Hawkins of the Darkness stated in a recent interview with the Telegraph that he feels the UK entertainment industry may never recover from the Pandemic. We here at KMN totally agree and this is something we will be coming back to in future Blogs.

Slash has hinted that there may be a new Guns & Roses album this year. If it takes as long as “ Chinese Democracy” their next tour will be to a care home near you.

For fans of Fish (not the edible kind) he has made his show recorded at the Lemon Tree Aberdeen in March 2020 available to stream free as a fundraiser for his out of work road crew. A worthy cause and you can lend your support on youtube here.

Melodic Rock Band Thunder have set March 12th 2021 for the release of their new studio album “All The Right Noises”. Also due in February/March are new albums from Foo Fighters (5th Feb), Kings of Leon (5th March), Lana Del Rey (19th March) and Evanescene (26th March). Check out our review section for our thoughts on all of the above and plenty more.

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