Tag: Frontiers Records

Fergie Frederiksen – Happiness Is The Road

Fergie Frederiksen – Happiness Is The Road

Frontiers Records is particularly pleased to announce the release of FERGIE FREDERIKSEN new album “Happiness is the Road” for a release on October 14thin Europe and October 18th in North America. Mostly known for being the former vocalist of TOTO (in the “Isolation” era), Fergie has been involved in a lot of other outstanding musical projects too. Trillion, LeRoux, Frederiksen/Philips, Mecca, Frederiksen/Denander and David London (solo […]

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Work Of Art

Work Of Art

We feel that this record could appeal to people who thought Artwork was a little to “soft”, but still we think that those who liked Artwork maybe will like In Progress too! My personal belief is that this kind of music really could appeal to a lot more people, given airplay on radio and TV. Work Of Art – well the Swedish bands second album In […]

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Night Ranger – Somewhere In California

Night Ranger – Somewhere In California

In 25 words or less: If all music sounded like this, the world would be a much happier place.. Guess what?  Night Ranger are still around!  Yeah that’s right, the band that brought us ‘Sister Christian’ and ‘When You Close Your Eyes’ back in the 80’s are still and have been making music for many years after their biggest hits.  […]

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House Of Lords – Big Money, new album announced

House Of Lords – Big Money, new album announced

Frontiers Records is pleased to announce the release of the brand new HOUSE OF LORDS studio album Big Money on September 23rd in Europe and September 27th in North America. Following on the heels of the successful release of Cartesian Dreams, House of Lords are coming back with another amazingly strong release which presents again all the trademark elements of their Melodic Hard Rock […]

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Whitesnake – Live At Donnington 1990

Whitesnake – Live At Donnington 1990

 In 25 words or less:  Essential for any Whitesnake fan wishing to relive the bands true glory days and to hear one of the bands definitive and supremely talented lineups. “Here’s a song for ya….” ah, the dulcit tones of David Coverdale.  Well, this release sure brings back memories of my teenage years attending a high school were hard rock […]

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Def Leppard – Mirror Ball (Live & More)

Def Leppard – Mirror Ball (Live & More)

In 25 words or less:  Def Leppard still remain a major force to be reckoned with and this mix of live and new songs affirms just that! Whilst there has been that classic Def Leppard video, now DVD release In The Round, In Your Face, suprisingly maybe to some, Mirror Ball now sees the Lep’s release their first ever live […]

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Uriah Heep – Into The Wild

Uriah Heep – Into The Wild

With over 40 years in the business Uriah Heep have done more than your average band that scores their deal from the back of a Weeties box, in fact this is the bands 23rd studio album. 23rd?! Are you kidding me? No Sir they are not. What I love about this album is that it’s new and relevant. They pardon […]

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Journey – Eclipse

Journey – Eclipse

I’ve probably played this album through six or so times so far trying to do this review, and in a way I’m glad it’s taken this long because this album is what we like to call in the business a ‘grower.’  Eclipse is Journey’s first album in three years and their second with vocalist Arnel Pineda, whose vocals are just […]

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Warrant – Rockaholic

Warrant – Rockaholic

For those that aren’t aware, yes Warrant are still around, they do have a different singer and with his inclusion they rock better than ever. ‘Rockaholic’ is Warrant’s first release since 2006’s ‘Born Again’ that featured Black ‘N Blue singer Jaime St James, now with St James out, the failed return of Jani Lane and with former Lynch Mob / […]

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Black ‘N Blue – Hell Yeah!

Black ‘N Blue – Hell Yeah!

Black ‘n Blue are Back ‘n Better than ever! This album, the bands first since 1988 and the first on Frontiers Records, ‘Hell Yeah!’ sees the return of the original line up, minus only Tommy Thayer and the return of Jaime St. James who was last heard on record with Warrant but trust me, this is no Warrant album, this […]

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Andy Dawson of Crazy Lixx

Andy Dawson of Crazy Lixx

“Crazy Lixx, one of the most exciting bands to come out of the Sleaze-Rock movement renaissance in Sweden are back with the release of the brand new album entitled New Religion.  Formed in 2002 in Malmö, Sweden, the band debuted with“Loud Minority” in November 2007, an album that notwithstanding an underground release, received a great acclaim from the media and fans, […]

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Pete Loran of Trixter

Pete Loran of Trixter

A few weeks ago we caught up with Steve Brown, Trixter co-founder and guitarist and quizzed him about the rumours of a Trixter reunion in 2008.  His response….wait until March 4th and all shall be revealed.  Wait we did, and on March 4th the world learned that the original Trixter line-up was back for a 2008 assualt, which at this […]

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Steve Brown of Trixter

Steve Brown of Trixter

Saying that Steve Brown is one talented mother trucker, to those of us in the know – is an understatement.  Award Winning Guitarist, Singer, Songwriter, Producer, Musical Director….  First rising to prominence as founding member and chief songwriter of the million selling MCA Records Rock Group TRIXTER.  Debut album, TRIXTER, released in May 1990, went on to sell over 1 […]

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