The barons of rock are back. MÄRVEL released their latest EP Märvellous nearly a month ago and it's proving to be a popular record amongst fans and critics. Rock Out Stand Out's Jack Andrews grabbed a quick chat with bass player The Burgher (a.k.a Ulrik Bodstedt) about this EP, the band's influences and what super power … Continue reading "The vinyl has always had a strong position in the rock scene and I don’t think that will change anytime soon."
With their bombastic sounds and charismatic presence, it's no wonder more people are joining the BROTHERS OF METAL clan. Rock Out Stand Out's Lotty Whittingham grabbed a quick chat with one of the lead vocalists Ylva Eriksson. They spoke about the song writing process, touring with ELVENKING and who she would choose to fight alongside … Continue reading "Most of the time these choices come naturally since the different qualities in our vocals fill a very specific role."
The word about TRIBE OF GHOSTS is spreading through the underground metal community. They released their debut EP 1 before Christmas that has already been praised by fans and critics alike. Rock Out Stand Out's Lotty Whittingham spoke to lead vocalist/guitarist Adam Sedgwick and drummer Abby Sedgwick about 1, their sound and what the rest … Continue reading "We are a bunch of big riff loving individuals that want to make loud noises."
Sweden's ELEINE have been enlightening us with their delightful symphonic metal since releasing their debut album in 2015. They are scheduled to tour with MYRATH in 2020 across Europe and have recently released their five track EP titled All Shall Burn. Rock Out Stand Out's Martin White recently submitted some questions to ELEINE's Madeleine Liljestam … Continue reading "There is something special with physical media, and you can’t really get the sensation of going through a booklet through a downloaded track."
Last week, Leah released Ancient Winter, her latest album that took a step back from heavier sounds and a more earthy approach. Rock Out Stand Out’s Lotty Whittingham has a chat with her about Ancient Winter, her personal influences for song writing and working with international musicians on her record. Tell the readers a bit … Continue reading “In all seriousness, I’ve been writing non-metal music all my life and it’s the way all my songs are written. This felt like the right timing and theme to go that direction.”
KISSIN' DYNAMITE are on a mission to bring back stadium rock. They do this through their solid music and sterling live shows. Whilst on their Ecstasy tour, Lotty spoke to drummer Andi Schnitzer moments before their first UK headline show taking place at The Underworld, Camden. They spoke about the tour, their latest single Cadillac … Continue reading “You’re Not Alone is a very good anthem at the end, people really celebrate it and it looks great when the audience participate.”
Bands like TOLEDO STEEL are ensuring the heavy metal scene still thrives. Before they took to the stage in Southampton; Lotty Whittingham caught up for a quick chat with lead vocalist Rich Rutter about their tour, their latest release and differences between the UK and European Metal scenes. Hello Rich, thanks for joining us. First … Continue reading “We just try and play as much as we can. Hopefully each time we go back, there will be a few more people. “
It's been a month since OBSIDIAN TIDE released their debut album Pillars Of Creations and it's been well received by critics and fans. It takes you on an incredible journey filled with twists and turns. Lotty Whittingham spoke to the band members Oz Avneya, Erez Nadler and Shachar Bieber about the album, the band's sound … Continue reading “The album takes us to a different place musically.”
NozFest is well underway and it turns out people have literally travelled far and wide to experience the festival. Lotty speaks with Beth Blade after performing a successful live set with her band BETH BLADE AND THE BEAUTIFUL DISASTERS. They speak about the latest album, their live show and the importance of rock music. So … Continue reading “The thing about this community, this new wave of classic rock is that everyone is very supportive of each other.”
The pressure is often high when opening a festival and 27 DAYS did well to get the crowds going as they started pouring in for NozFest. Lotty Whittingham spoke to Jordan Watts and Steven Speck about their music, live show and their side project Velvet Rose. So first off introduce yourselves to the readers? Jordan: … Continue reading “It was a great crowd for an opening slot. I was quite surprised. It was nice.”