Posts Tagged “Solo Act”

According to The Pulse Of Radio, singer Myles Kennedy performs alongside not one, but two of the most respected guitar players on the current rock scene. In ALTER BRIDGE, Kennedy plays alongside Mark Tremonti, and when not working with ALTER BRIDGE, he is the singer for legendary guitarist Slash‘s solo act. The Pulse Of Radio asked Kennedy if the two guitarists are similar in any way. “You want to know a funny similarity? No one’s ever asked me this,” he said. “Neither one of them like fish. [laughs] It’s fascinating. They both — Mark Tremonti and Slash — cannot stand fish. But as far as people and as guitar players, they both are extremely hard workers, and there’s a reason that they have both gotten to the position and have acquired the amount of respect from their peers, because they have great work ethics, and they’re both riffmasters.”

Kennedy sang one track on Slash‘s 2010 solo debut and became the vocalist for his touring band. He then joined Slash for recording purposes as well, doing all the vocals on Slash‘s second solo outing, 2012’s “Apocalyptic Love”.

ALTER BRIDGE will release its fourth studio album, titled “Fortress”, on October 8. The first single from the new album is called “Addicted To Pain”.

The arrival of the album will be accompanied by a single U.S. live date, on October 4 in Orlando, Florida, before the band jets off to Europe for a month of shows starting on October 16.

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Polish solo act Deely has released a new EP online titled “Numbers,” which is now available for streaming or free download. Snag the tracks at the project’s Bandcamp page here or listen through the widget below. The track listing for “Numbers” looks like:

1. Corfu 01:58
2. Naxos 04:49
3. Paros 04:20
4. Skiathos 04:45
5. Mykonos 03:58
6. Paramythia 04:01
7. Santorini 04:06

You can also follow Deely over at the band’s Facebook profile here.

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POISON singer Bret Michaels spoke to The Regina Leader-Post about the various projects he is currently involved in, which include touring and recording as a solo act.

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Ukem Records has issued the following announcement about inking a deal with solo act Foul Body Autopsy:

“Ukem Records are extremely proud to announce that we have teamed up with one man killing machine Foul Body Autopsy to officially release and distribute the band’s forthcoming debut full-length album.

“Set for a January 2013 release, the yet untitled album will absolutely slay and we as a label are super pleased to be teaming up with such a talented individual! Check out this video below for a taste of what to expect!”

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Jack White says it would take bankruptcy for him to reform The White Stripes – but is there much difference between that and his solo act anyway?

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After previously making the “ETA-Earth” EP available online for streaming earlier this year, solo act Dorthal has now posted a clip featuring a new song from the upcoming “Cell Regeneration” EP.

Check out footage of Dorthal playing through the “Supra-Membrane” song in the player below. “Cell Regeneration” is due out in January of 2012 and will be mastered by Acle Kahney at 4D Sounds studio in the U.K.

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Australian instrumental solo act Sam Locke is currently streaming the entire “Era” album online. You can check out the release via Bandcamp or through the player below. The “Era” track listing is as follows:

1. Epoch
2. Momentum
3. Inconsequential
4. Reminisce
5. End of an Era

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The upcoming tenth release from Autumns Eyes, titled “Please Deceive Me,” will officially be released to the public this Halloween, October 31st. Plagued by injury related surgeries, founding member Daniel Mitchell had to postpone the release for quite some time before he could continue work on the project.

A music video for the track “Haunting Your Daughter” is scheduled for release this Halloween, which marks the second official music video from the solo act following 2008′s low budget horror video for “Feast of the Dead.”

Autumns Eyes also recorded a cover of the Type O Negative track “Love You To Death” for Metalunderground.com’s “All For None, None For All: A Tribute To Peter Steele.”

The track listing for “Please Deceive Me” is as follows:

1. Ichabod
2. Blood In the Woods
3. Anxiety Spiders
4. Please Deceive Me
5. So Close to Shadow
6. Pangea
7. Cobwebs and Crosses
8. Red Wine and Resin
9. Haunting Your Daughter
10. The Wooded Road

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French solo act Dorthal has made the new EP “eta-Earth” available for streaming online. You can check out the EP by heading over to the Dorthal Bandcamp page. The track listing and artwork can be viewed below.

1. Form of Life
2. Utopia
3. Climate Change
4. Coronal Mass Ejection
5. Cthulhu Ftaghn

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Solo act Blackwolfgoat’s second album “Dronolith” was released on Tuesday, May 24 via The Maple Forum, and creator Darryl Shepard has now offered a detailed track-by-track breakdown of the fully instrumental album.

Check out the track-by-track breakdown, along with some brand new Blackwoflgoat live footage, over at The Obelisk’s website here.

Blackwolfgoat is a progressive drone project fully performed by Darryl Shepard (Milligram, Hackman, Slapshot), and the new album “Dronolith” offers 46 minutes of rhythmic, ambient drone rock over the course of its six spacious tracks, recorded live at Amps vs. Ohms Studio by Glenn Smith (Lamont, Raw Radar War, Ichabod) and mastered by Nick Zampiello at New Alliance East.

The release will be limited to 100 hand-numbered gatefold digi-sleeve copies, and like Blackwolfgoat’s Small Stone Records-released debut, “Dragonwizardsleeve,” the album bears cover art by graphic artist Alexander von Wieding (Karma To Burn, Monster Magnet, Trouble, Razor).

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