Tagged: Black Sabbath

Quiet Riot ‘Feel The Noize’ in New York

They were the first heavy metal band to top the Billboard album charts, with Metal Health, in 1983. They had a string of successful music videos in the MTV-saturated 80s. They toured with some of the most elite acts in rock, such as Black Sabbath, Iron Maiden, and Whitesnake. Today, in 2018, Quiet Riot is still making records, they’re still out on the road, and they’re still raising hell. But nowadays, there’s a major difference....

Deep Purple, Judas Priest Unite for North American Tour

Deep Purple and Judas Priest will embark on a co-headlining North American tour this year kicking off on August 21 in Cincinnati and wrapping up September 30 in Wheatland, CA. On March 8, 2018, Judas Priest released its 18th studio album, Firepower. The 14-track album was co-produced by Tom Allom (Def Leppard, Black Sabbath) and producer, and former Sabbat guitarist, Andy Sneap. Working with Allom for the first time since 1988’s Ram It Down, Firepower debuted...

Greatest Album…………Ever!!

I look forward to the holiday season each year just to get my hands one the years “Top Ten” lists. Keeping that in mind, I have a question for all of the Flush-Folks out there–what is (in your opinion) the greatest album ever recorded? Several entries come to mind (Appetite for Destruction, Never Mind the Bollocks, Heaven and Hell), but I want to hear from you guys out there……..what is your Greatest Album of All...

Kicking Out the Jams!!

  Ya know………..every once in a while it’s necessary to blow the dust off of the old LP’s and listen to the forgotten treasures in your album crates.  Submitted for your approval (or scrutiny, whichever the case may be) are suggested cuts and releases that I find very worthy of a good listen: Bernie Torme–Wild West and Presences (Electric Gypsies) Plasmatics–Brain Dead (Maggots: The Record) Tommy Bolin–Wild Dogs (Teaser) Jane’s Addiction–Three Days (Ritual de lo...