Lynam is allowing their fans to download a free song, “A Lifetime Ain’t Enough”. All you have to do is register at Reverbnation, and add Lynam as a friend, and you can download the new song.
“A Lifetime Ain’t Enough” isn’t a throw away track either, it is a pretty cool stadium anthem. It is definitely worth checking out Reverbnation to get it. Go to this link for more info.
If you love reality tv shows, you can get a full dose of Hard Rock’s other Reality TV star, Sebastian Bach this weekend!
Gone Country 2 Season Finale/ Marathon Today & All Weekend on CMT!!
STARTS AT 4:30 PM TODAY SEPTEMBER 26 ON CMT EPISODES 1 – 7 ALL IN A ROW LEADING UP TO THE 1 HOUR SEASON FINALE AT 8 PM! CLICK HERE FOR MORE
‘Rock N Roll Train’ is the first single from AC/DC’s 15th album Black Ice, due out via Columbia Records on Tuesday, October 21st.
Black Ice is the first full-length studio album of all-new material from AC/DC since the release of Stiff Upper Lip in 2000. Produced by Brendan O’Brien at the Warehouse Studio in Vancouver, BC, Black Ice premieres 15 new AC/DC compositions and performances including ‘Rock ‘N’ Roll Train’, slated to arrive at radio around the world on August 28th with a video debuting in September.
AC/DC will embark on a major world tour, the group’s first since 2001, beginning late October.
Black Ice features the following tracklisting: ‘Rock ‘N Roll Train’, ‘Skies On Fire’, ‘Big Jack’, ‘Anything Goes’, ‘War Machine’, ‘Smash ‘N Grab’, ‘Spoilin’ For A Fight’, ‘Wheels’, ‘Decibel’, ‘Stormy May Day’, ‘She Likes Rock ‘N Roll’, ‘Money Made’, ‘Rock N Roll Dream’, ‘Rocking All The Way’, ‘Black Ice’.
Judas Priest has a released a new video in support of their new album, Nostradamus.
Check out the video for “War” below.
In 1993, Takara released their debut album through the now defunct, Now and Then Records.
This release was largely not know in the U.S. as this disc was primarily released in Europe and Japan. I may not have found this disc myself, but saw that this was one of the earlier works by Jeff Scott Soto, and I was on a mission to find it.
Those of you not familiar with Soto’s work would be surprised at how many acts and bands he has been involved with over the years, including most recently, Journey. I have always been a fan of his vocals and he was the main draw for me to pick up Takara’s Eternal Faith.
On Eternal Faith, Soto works as both producer and singer, and he does a pretty good job in both roles. He wasn’t supposed to sing on this record, but Takara’s original singer flaked out in the studio and Soto took over.
Soto has a keen ear for great melodic rock, and Takara’s Eternal Faith is a fine example of this. This record is filled with ten upbeat keyboard laden tunes, that melodic rock fans will truly enjoy.
While Eternal Faith isn’t the best disc I have ever heard, fans of Jeff Scott Soto will certainly want to pick this up. The best tracks are Spotlight, Two Hearts Together, I Don’t Believe, and Fallen Angel.
Rating:Out of 10
Jeff Scott Soto – lead vocals, keyboards
Gary Schutt – bass
Neal Grusky – guitar
Robert Duda – drums