GUN Get Their Swagger Back

GUN release their latest album Favourite Pleasures on September 15. And having had the opportunity to listen to the album quite a few times, I might as well start this review by stating the… Continue reading

Sunday at Glen’s Party at The Palace 2017

Day 2 of Glen’s Party at The Palace began with one of those performances which – as a music photographer – you really don’t experience all that often. If you go to gigs… Continue reading

Saturday at Glen’s Party at The Palace 2017

Since it’s inaugural show back in 2014, Party at The Palace has quickly established itself as the premier family friendly outdoor music festival in central Scotland. This year’s festival attracted 18,000 people over… Continue reading

Glam Skanks to Support Adam Ant in London

HOT off the press from our friends in Beverly Hills is the announcement that Holywood’s very own Glam Skanks will be supporting Adam Ant on the final show of his 2017 tour at… Continue reading

Hysteria (2017) Album Review

Def Leppard will celebrate the 30th anniversary of Hysteria by releasing a remastered version of their iconic album on 4 August. There are various special editions in assorted formats bringing together b-sides, live… Continue reading

Revolution Saints to Release New Album

I guess it’s no secret that we at decibelROGUE are quite partial to some good ol’ fashioned classic rock. So it shouldn’t surprise you to learn that we’re quite excited about the forthcoming… Continue reading

Motörhead to Release Covers Compilation

Motörhead are to release a compilation album featuring a collection of their best cover songs. Due for release on 1 September, the album includes a previously unreleased version of David Bowie’s timeless classic… Continue reading

Inglorious UK Tour Dates

Fresh front entering the UK Rock Charts at No 1 and UK Album Chart at 22 with Inglorious II, Inglorious announce a UK and Eire tour throughout September and October 2017. If your… Continue reading

Adam Ant Announces Homecoming Show

It’s fair to say that it’s been a pretty good year for Adam Ant. Having already toured the UK to packed audiences in venues such as the Royal Albert Hall, the pop icon… Continue reading

The Bloody Beetroots + Jet Release My Name is Thunder

We don’t do record of the week. But if we did it’d probably be this one. When The Bloody Beetroots’ Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo originally wrote My Name is Thunder, he felt that the… Continue reading