Legendary KANSAS drummer Phil Ehart talks drums and more drums to Audio Times’s very own drummer, Rob Palladino.
Our very own Rob Palladino gets hot and sweaty as he reviews the new live album from Saxon. Be prepared to get excited …
This album, Motörhead’s 20th studio effort, is an absolute revelation for so many reasons. There’s no messing about, as you’d expect, but after doing some catch-up on the band’s last few efforts, I think “Aftershock” is by far the band’s best recording since 1980’s “Ace of Spades” classic.
Hailing from Brisbane, formed in 2005, DLC have put out an album of such remarkable maturity, endless melody and possibilities that it’s utterly jaw-dropping. Rob Palladino reviews ‘The Catalyst Fire’
Our own resident drummer Rob Palladino interviews another drummer, Matt Thomas from the Welsh alternative power trio The Joy Formidable. Dummers talking drums, and drums, and more drums. A real joy indeed!
Bush have always kind of passed me by for some reason. They’ve been on my personal periphery for donkey’s years but have released some decent material in that time. They were around in the nineties when I was plying my trade in the same indie/alt/rock arena as these guys. I knew of them, but I never became acquainted with them. Still…
Bloody hell fire, this takes me back a bit. Let’s not do half measures here. I was a metal kid in the late 70s/early 80s. While virtually living at Hammersmith Odeon and the old Marquee Club, I saw band after band after band. You name ‘em, I probably saw ‘em. Rush, AC/DC, Blue Oyster Cult, Motorhead, Saxon, Def Leppard, and many more. I hung out at Flyover Records just over the road from the Odeon, and bought so many albums from there I lost count. Those were great days.