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Whitesnake - 'Forevermore' (Frontiers Records) Print E-mail
Written by Jim Rowland   
Friday, 25 March 2011 05:00
Whitesnake_thmbComing out of nowhere, driving like rain, Jim Rowland's walking in the shadow of the blues again as he discovers that Whitesnake's new album is 'Forevermore'. But will this latest set of tunes be prime cut chunks of blues soaked rock or a whole host of arena rock anthems? Jim unravels the album's mysteries like the 'Lovehunter' he is, and provides us with all the answers...
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Kingdom Come - 'Rendered Waters' (Steamhammer/SPV) Print E-mail
Written by Russ P   
Thursday, 24 March 2011 05:00
Kingdom-Come-Rendered-Waves-86pxWhen a band releases an album of largely re-recorded tunes in celebration of their career what better way to test the long lasting appeal of said band's tunes than by bringing in a writer who has never heard that band before to review it? Cue Russ P, and cue Kingdom Come's new album 'Rendered Waters'...Now let's 'Get It On' guys.
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Roman Surman - Murderdolls - Interview Exclusive Print E-mail
Written by Tazz Stander   
Wednesday, 23 March 2011 05:00

romansurman86Tazz Stander caught up with guitarist Roman Surman as he was slaying six strings when the Murderdolls UK tour hit London last month for his first ever interview for the band. That's obviously quite an exclusive, I'm sure you'll agree. But what isn't so obvious is Roman's status as a Murderdoll, as Tazz discovered as she tried to get the axe-meister to dish the dirt. Read on for yet another uber-cool interview exclusive......

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Michael Sweet - Stryper - Yellow And Black Interview Attack! Print E-mail
Written by Kim Thore   
Tuesday, 22 March 2011 05:00

stryperint86You may not know this but every Uber Rock review is typed up while sitting side-on to our computers, in honour of visual timekeeper Robert Sweet - that's how much we love Stryper. So, when Kim Thore told us that she had a chance to chat with the band's vocalist Michael Sweet about their new album 'The Covering' well, it made us wanna sing. Now, we are calling on you, Uber Rock Soldiers under command to check out yet another big name interview from our US uber-vixen, presented in Christian-O-Vision by the Uber Rock that makes you roll. C'mon rock...

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The Haunted - 'Unseen' (Century Media) Print E-mail
Written by Darrel Sutton   
Monday, 21 March 2011 05:00
Haunted_thmbapproved_smallPete Dolving and The Haunted crew are back with their seventh studio album delivering the thought provoking brand of metal that they are renowned for, and then some. This album is certainly making Darrel Sutton a very happy man, and he wants to tell you all why you need to hear 'Unseen' right now...
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Soundgarden - 'Live On I-5' (A&M/UMe) Print E-mail
Written by Johnny H   
Monday, 21 March 2011 05:00
Soundgarden_thmbJohnny H went off on his hols recently and we really couldn't let him forget his Uber Rock writing duties, could we? Nah, we slipped this seventeen track live album from Seattle's finest reunited sludge rockers Soundgarden under his door and simply said, "Need this for when you get back, ya fucker." Well he's supposedly always wanted to see them live...Ha Ha Ha..
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Civet - 'Love & War' (Hellcat Records) Print E-mail
Written by Gaz E   
Sunday, 20 March 2011 05:00

civet86All-girl punk rockers Civet have a new album and a new line-up. Yes, to the great disappointment of laminators and Kleenex reps, the band now feature an all-male rhythm section. How will this affect the band as they release new album 'Love & War', recorded before Jacqui Valentine and Roxie Darling walked out on the band midway through a tour with Nashville Pussy? Read on to find out.....

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Tuk - Biters - Interview Exclusive Print E-mail
Written by Dom Daley   
Saturday, 19 March 2011 05:00

bitersint86Last week we brought you the uber-approved review of the new Biters EP and now, giving the lowdown on the new release, we have frontman Tuk talking to Dom Daley in yet another must-read interview exclusive. Wanna know how he ended up getting Joan Jett to appear on a song, or why he thinks releasing EPs instead of albums works better in the current musical climate? Well, read on and find out.......

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Terrorvision - 'Super Delux' (Total Vegas Recordings) Print E-mail
Written by Craggy   
Friday, 18 March 2011 05:00

terrorvision86Following a ten year album hiatus, Terrorvision return (albeit Shutty-less) with 'Super Delux', their first full studio album since 2001's 'Good To Go'. But will this return be spectacular or a case of way past their sell-by date? Craggy tells us that this new album showcases Terrorvison at their springy pop-rock best. Read on to discover if you could possibly agree......

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The Barbarellatones - 'Confessions Of A Teenage Prostitute' (Barbarellatones Records) Print E-mail
Written by Gaz E   
Thursday, 17 March 2011 06:00

barb86Robbie Quine and The Barbarellatones return older yet certainly not wiser with new album 'Confessions Of A Teenage Prostitute' and Gaz E can't decide whether to do the tranny trot or transvestobilly boogie while listening to it - click the link and help him decide.

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The Adjusters - 'Wrong Place, Wrong Time/You Gotta Say' (Pop The Balloon Records) Print E-mail
Written by Dom Daley   
Wednesday, 16 March 2011 05:00

adjusterssingle86approved_smallUber Rock loves The Adjusters so when they announced that they were gonna release a limited edition 7" single on ye olde vinyl we were all over it like a dirty rash. Released by French label Pop The Balloon, this record has just one thing wrong with it - it contains only two song within its grooves. Dom Daley, for once, is in the right place at the right time....

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The Treatment - 'This Is Gonna Hurt' (Powerage) Print E-mail
Written by Ross Welford   
Tuesday, 15 March 2011 05:30

thetreatment86approved_smallSigned by Derek Oliver to the Powerage label, The Treatment appear to check every box expected of young bands treading the well-worn classic rock path....and then you hear them. Blessed with one of the finest rock vocal talents that this country has seen for some time, The Treatment stand head and shoulders above most other UK bands of their ilk for one main reason - they are really friggin' good! Read on as Ross Welford discovers that 'This Is Gonna Hurt'....

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Michael Monroe - 'Sensory Overdrive' (Spinefarm Records) Print E-mail
Written by Dom Daley   
Monday, 14 March 2011 03:00

mm86approved_smallTo say that we've been counting down the days until this album's release is a gross understatement! The long-awaited album from legendary Hanoi Rocks frontman Michael Monroe and his (and we don't say this lightly) supergroup threatened to be something special and it doesn't disappoint. It was a 'Winner Takes All' cockfight at URHQ when this highly-anticipated album turned up for review and Dom Daley knew just enough dirty street-fighting tricks to wrestle 'Sensory Overdrive' out of the hands of his puny competition - read on for his thoughts on another early contender for album of the year........

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J Mascis - 'Several Shades Of Why' (Sub Pop) Print E-mail
Written by Dom Daley   
Sunday, 13 March 2011 06:00

jmascis86Dinosaur Jr. mainman J Mascis releases his first solo album through Sub Pop, an all acoustic affair named 'Several Shades Of Why', and we asked Dom Daley, generally several sheets to the wind, to check it out for you, the humble Uber Rock reader. What were his thoughts? Read on for the lowdown.....

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Lo-Pan - 'Salvador' (Small Stone Records) Print E-mail
Written by Jason Daniel Baker   
Saturday, 12 March 2011 05:00

lo-pan86The good people at Small Stone Records deliver again, this time with the third album from Colombus, Ohio noisebringers Lo-Pan. Self-describing themselves as a fusion of crunk, classic rock and psychedelic, Lo-Pan get Jason Daniel Baker excited when 'Salvador' enters his nervous system. Why? Read on to find out......

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Funeral For A Friend - 'Welcome Home Armageddon' (Distiller Records) Print E-mail
Written by Lewis B   
Friday, 11 March 2011 05:30

ffaf86'Welcome Home Armageddon', the fifth studio album from Welsh heavyweights Funeral For A Friend, is a major release and this fact has not been lost on the youthful face of Uber Rock as Lewis B revels in the fact that we have given him something meaty to get his ears around instead of the usual rubbish (his words, emo screamo bands of Surrey...sort of!). But what will the young stallion make of this wondrous opportunity? Read on.......

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