Debut Album “Blood, Guts And Games” Sees Eisley/Goldy Back Together

Frontiers Music Srl is proud to announce a new project, Eisley/Goldy, which will release the debut album “Blood, Guts and Games” on December 1, 2017. The first track from the upcoming release, “The Heart Is A Lonely Hunter” is out today! The official music video can be viewed in the player below. Pre-order the release now at this location.

Singer David Glen Eisley and guitarist Craig Goldy (Resurrection Kings, ex-Dio), both formerly of Giuffria, have joined forces again in Eisley/Goldy, a partnership which sees the two artists bring back the signature sound that launched their respective careers in the early ‘80s.

As David Glen Eisley stated around October 2014, after several years on hiatus after his 2001 solo effort, “My dear friend of many years, guitar virtuoso Craig Goldy made a surprise visit up to my house, knocked on the door and simply stated ‘Enough of this my friend…time for you to get up off your ass and come back to work!’ He was so adamant, I relented and agreed to join him on a small stage in the San Diego area. It all seemed to go well and the next thing I knew a year later, we were in Nottingham, England playing together again in front of a crowd. We had been discussing writing some material for a potential album during this past year. But where to take it, assuming we were to actually do one? That left a big question, but a simple answer. The BEST Rock & Roll label left on the planet that understood who we were and who we are today. That was Frontiers and our friends Serafino & Mario!! A deal was struck and we both are happy to say “Eisley/Goldy” will be bringing you a new record in 2017. Funny how things happen in this crazy world of Rock & Roll!”

Of the first single to be released from the album, Goldy says “the song, ‘The Heart is a Lonely Hunter’ is a song that I know is very close to Dave’s own heart…..because of a very special loved one, who is still in search mode for that “one and only”, yet still gets kicked around during that quest! For me….this song can indeed be about anyone who is searching for a special someone….or it can also be about the internal search we all feel at times while trying to uncover what special purpose or calling in life we are on this planet for….and that search, though originally generated from the heart, can often become as treacherous as a hunter in the wild!!!”

Eisley/Goldy are joined on the release by drummer Ron Wikso, whose resume includes The Storm, Foreigner, Cher, David Lee Roth, and more. Original Giuffria bassist Chuck Wright also plays on a few tracks on the album and original Giuffria drummer Alan Krigger is featured in “The Heart Is A Lonely Hunter” music video!

The track listing for “Blood, Guts and Games” is:

1. The Heart Is A Lonely Hunter
2. I Don’t Belong Here Anymore
3. Lies I Can Live With
4. No More Prayers In The Night
5. Love Of The Game
6. Wings Of A Hurricane
7. Life, “If Only A Memory”
8. Soul Of Madness
9. Track Thirteen
10. Believe In One Another

Check out “The Heart Is A Lonely Hunter” here:

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Trailer For “Thrash Anthems II” Issued By Destruction

10 years removed from recreating the past on “Thrash Anthems,” German thrash legends Destruction is at it again with the impending release of “Thrash Anthems II” on November 10th via Nuclear Blast Records.

The album features 10 fully re-recorded versions of past classics taken from the first seven albums and picked by the fans, along with the oft-covered Dead Kennedy’s tune “Holiday in Cambodia.”

Today, the band released the first trailer clip leading up to the release, which features the drum recording sessions. Check it out in the player below.

The track list for “Thrash Anthems II” is:

1. Confused Mind
2. Black Mass
3. Frontbeast
4. Dissatisfied Existence
5. United by Hatred
6. The Ritual
7. Black Death
8. The Antichrist
9. Confound Games
10. Ripping You Off Blind
11. Satan’s Vengeance
12. Holiday in Cambodia (Dead Kennedys cover)

Check out the clip here:

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Details Of New Album “No Retreat…You Surrender” Released By Voltax

Mexico City’s traditional metal act Voltax will issue the fourth full length studio album “No Retreat…You Surrender” on April 14th via Iron Shield Records, with worldwide distribution via Pure Steel Records.

The album is the first full length release since 2013’s “Hiding into Flames.” The track list and album artwork can be found below:

1. El Fin
2. Broken World
3. This Void We Ride
4. Deadly Games
5. Go With Me
6. Starless Night
7. Night Lasts Forever
8. Explota
9. The Hero
10. 25, 6 to 4 (Bonus Track)

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Crucible (We Came As Romans, Etc.) Premieres New Song & Video For “Slave To The Dime”

Detroit-based Crucible (We Came As Romans, Assassins, Taproot) premieres a new song entitled “Slave To The Dime”.

The Plot In You frontman Landon Tewers guests on the track saying of it: “We released a new video for Slave to the Dime yesterday. No matter your political preference, we hope you all can appreciate the significance of the lyrics to this song and the message behind it. We’re still slaves to their games, which is why we need to band together instead of ripping each other apart.”

Check out now “Slave To The Dime” below.

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New Song “Where Were You?” Streaming From Graham Bonnet Band

Graham Bonnet Band – featuring Alcatrazz vocalist Graham Bonnet – is streaming the new song “Where Were You?” The song is lifted from the upcoming new album “The Book,” which drops on November 4th via Frontiers Records.

The double length effort features one disc of new tracks as well as a second featuring re-recorded classics from Bonnet’s storied career.

The track list for “The Book” is:

CD 1:

1. Into The Night (see music video here)
2. Welcome To My Home
3. Earth’s Child (I Am Your Son)
4. Rider
5. Dead Man Walking
6. Strangest Day
7. The Dance
8. Where Were You?
9. The Book
10. Everybody Wants To Go There
11. California Air

CD 2 (Re-recorded Classics):

1. Eyes Of The World
2. All Night Long
3. Lost In Hollywood
4. Since You Been Gone
5. Night Games
6. S.O.S.
7. Assault Attack
8. Dancer
9. Desert Song
10. Island In The Sun
11. Hiroshima Mon Amour
12. God Blessed Video
13. Will You Be Home Tonight
14. Witchwood
15. Stand In Line
16. Here Comes The Night (Down Without A Fight)

Check out “Where Were You?” here:

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Graham Bonnet Band Releasing New Album “The Book”

Frontiers Music Srl is pleased to announce the release of Graham Bonnet Band’s new album “The Book” on November 4th.

The recently formed group features Graham Bonnet on, of course, lead vocals, Beth-Ami Heavenstone on bass, South American guitar sensation Conrado Pesinato on lead guitar, ex-Alcatrazz man Jimmy Waldo on keys, and Mark Zonder (known for his work with Warlord and Fates Warning) on drums.

“The Book” offers 11 new songs where Bonnet lays down his legendary vocals over a selection of hard rock tunes that are chock full of hooks and melodies. “The songs on the album are very similar to what I have done in the past with Rainbow, Alcatrazz and MSG,” says Graham. “I think this is what people want to hear from me and won’t be disappointed.”

CD 1 (new songs)
1. Into The Night
2. Welcome To My Home
3. Earth’s Child (I Am Your Son)
4. Rider
5. Dead Man Walking
6. Strangest Day
7. The Dance
8. Where Were You?
9. The Book
10. Everybody Wants To Go There
11. California Air

CD 2 (Re-recorded classics)
1. Eyes Of The World
2. All Night Long
3. Lost In Hollywood
4. Since You Been Gone
5. Night Games
6. S.O.S.
7. Assault Attack
8. Dancer
9. Desert Song
10. Island In The Sun
11. Hiroshima Mon Amour
12. God Blessed Video
13. Will You Be Home Tonight
14. Witchwood
15. Stand In Line
16. Here Comes The Night (Down Without A Fight)

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Dream Theater’s “The Astonishing” Gets A Video Game

Turbo Tape Games and Dream Theater are proud to announce the production of “The Astonishing” game, based on the concept album by the same name. The game will be released on PC, Mac, iOS and Android in Q2 2016.

The game is based on the album’s story, setting, and characters, giving players an opportunity to further experience the world of Ravenskill and the G.N.E.A. while battling Empirical forces and securing man-made artistry’s place in a futuristic world.

“The Astonishing” will share core gameplay mechanics with TTG’s “UHR: Warlords,” with several enhancements for this new project. The game will be available as a free download and is expected in late April, 2016 (with a one-time fee to continue playing past the first two missions).

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Exclusive Live EP “Escape From Alcatrazz: Alive In Japan” To Be Released By Graham Bonnet Band

The Graham Bonnet Band, the new project formed by ex-Rainbow, MSG, Alcatrazz and Impellitteri vocalist Graham Bonnet, is releasing an exclusive downloadable six track EP entitled “Escape From Alcatrazz: Alive In Japan” from the official Facebook page located at this location.

The tracks will be available individually throughout this week starting today, July 20th. The full track listing is:

1. All Night Long
2. Love’s No Friend
3. Since You’ve Been Gone
4. Suffer Me
5. Night Games
6. Lost In Hollywood

The Graham Bonnet Band line-up is

Graham Bonnet – Vocals
Conrado Pesinato – Guitars
Beth-Ami Heavenstone – Bass
Chase Manhattan – Drums

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Poltergeist Re-Issuing “Nothing Lasts Forever” Through Divebomb

Outside of Celtic Frost and Coroner, the average metal head in the ‘80s probably couldn’t name a heavy metal band from Switzerland to save their lives. But for underground fiends the world over, Poltergeist was always a thrash group that deserved more attention that it got during the band’s first time around the block.

Forming in 1987, Poltergeist signed with then upstart label Century Media Records after releasing two demos. Their partnership led to the release of two obscure thrash albums: 1989’s “Depression” and 1991’s “Behind My Mask.”

As the international metal scene’s tastes shifted in the early ‘90s, Century Media pressured Poltergiest to change styles and fit into the death metal realm. Instead of cowering to the label’s demands, the band remained focused and crafted what would become 1993’s “Nothing Lasts Forever.” Despite the artistic triumph the album became, the band broke up in 1994 after one last tour with fellow countrymen Coroner.

Divebomb Records is thrilled to present “Nothing Lasts Forever” in a special deluxe edition reissue coming June 23rd. The liner notes contain archival photos and features a new interview with Poltergiest founding member V.O. Pulver conducted by Carlos Ramirez of NoEcho.net. Not only has the album been remastered by Pulver himself, it also includes the group’s debut demo (1987) and its 1988 follow up, “Writing On The Wall.” The track listing is:

1. Only You Remain
2. Empty Inside
3. Those Were Better Days
4. Just Doin’ My Job
5. Haunted House
6. Nothing Lasts Forever
7. You’ve Seen The Future
8. Tell Me
9. Darken My Mind
10. Living For The Games

BONUS TRACKS
Writing On The Wall (Demo – 1988)
11. Writing On The Wall
12. Inner Space
13. Shooting Star

Poltergeist (Demo – 1987)
14. Intro
15. Prophet
16. No More Faith
17. Ziita

Nothing Lasts Forever (Deluxe Edition) by POLTERGEIST

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Voltax Streaming New “Deadly Games” Single

Mexican metal band Voltax has a new single online for streaming. Check out the track “Deadly Games” below, which is also available at Bandcamp. “Deadly Games” follows the band’s 2013 album “Hiding Into Flames.”

Deadly Games by Voltax

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