Legendary drummer from Vanilla Fudge, Cactus, King Kobra, Blue Murder
Carmine Appice will be the special guest on Hard Rock Nights February 5-11. Appice discusses a wide range of topics including many of his former bands, his session work with top names, the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame, and the progress of the new King Kobra formation with Paul Shortino on vocals. In addition, the drummer also talks about his Guitar Zeus project and SLAMM!! Appice also touches on the subject of a Blue Murder reunion with John Sykes and where that currently stands. Along with the chat, JT will be spinning several tracks from Appice’s career.
Hard Rock Nights is a weekly syndicated radio program broadcast on a number of rock and metal radio stations. A full list of stations and airtimes can be found at http://hardrocknights.wordpress.com/affiliates.
Swedish melodic metal masters LION’S SHARE is confirmed for the ROCKWEEKEND festival this summer together with bands like SAXON, DEEP PURPLE, SEPULTURA etc.
The band was voted winner of “best Heavy Metal album of 2009″, by the readers of Silence So Loud in USA and was also nominated “best Heavy/Power Metal album of the year”, at the SWEDISH METAL AWARDS for their critically acclaimed “Dark Hours” album.
The follow-up to 2007’s “Emotional Coma” was mixed and mastered by Jens Bogren (OPETH, SYMPHONY X, PARADISE LOST, AMON AMARTH) and features guest appearances by SYMPHONY X guitarist Mike Romeo (guest solo on “Behind The Curtain”), and drummers Conny Pettersson (from Earache Records death metal act ANATA) and Richard Evensand (CHIMAIRA, SOILWORK).
“Dark Hours” track listing:
01. Judas Must Die
02. Phantom Rider
03. Demon In Your Mind
04. Heavy Cross To Bear
05. The Bottomless Pit
06. Full Metal Jacket
07. The Presidio 27
08. Barker Ranch
09. Napalm Nights
10. Space Scam
11. Behind The Curtain
12. King Of All The Kings (bonus track)
“Dark Hours” is out now on BLISTERING RECORDS in Europe and North America, KING RECORDS in Japan and on SOYUZ MUSIC in Russia.
Check out some stunning reviews at http://goto.glocalnet.net/ls_army/dh_reviews.html
One of earliest videos on MTV back in the 80’s was Ph.D’s “Little Susie’s on the Up”. I have no recollection of this video whatsoever, and had no idea that Tesla’s “Little Suzi” was a cover song until just a few weeks ago.
Who should win Video Showdown # 17? Check out both video clips below, and decide with your vote!