PODCAST: Glacially Musical #174 – Albums On The Mount Rushmore of 1990s Rock and Metal Movie Soundtracks


Time for another new chaser episode! Nik and Keefy just debate what albums are on the Mount Rushmore of 1990s Rock and Metal-centric Movie Soundtracks! Keefy sings some STP!!Continue reading


KISS Sells Their Back Catalog and the Rights to Their IP to Pophouse for $300 Million Dollars, Biopic and Documentary in The Works


According to a published report from Billboard.com, KISS has sold its catalog of music, along with its brand name and their IP to a Swedish company Pophouse Entertainment Group in an estimated deal of over $300m. Pophouse owns similar rights to Cyndi Lauper’s catalog and brand IP. The band shared an announcement video explaining the deal, which you can watch now! KISS played the final show of their career as a touring band in December 2023 at their hometown venue, Madison Square Garden.

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PODCAST: Glacially Musical #173 – Ace Frehley and Bruce Dickinson Albums ft. Danny of Torchlight Parade


Time for a new Chaser episode! Nik and Keefy are joined by Danny Nichols of Torchlight Parade to discuss – Ace Frehley’s and Bruce Dickinson’s new solo albums!Continue reading


CONCERT REVIEW: John 5 – Sticks N’ Stones Live at The Gramercy Theatre


The artist known as John-5 has had an impressive career playing behind David Lee Roth, Marilyn Manson, Rob Zombie, and most recently has become a permanent member of Mötley Crüe. He didn’t find himself playing in these positions because he could support anyone but because he is an amazing guitar player in his own right. Versatile is the word that best describes his style and his true talent lies in his ability to switch to any style needed, a musical chameleon if you will. Continue reading


NEW MUSIC FRIDAY – Rock and Metal Releases 2-23-24


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ALBUM REVIEW: Ace Frehley – 10,000 Volts


You can take the boy out of The Bronx, but can’t take The Bronx out of the boy.

Ace Frehley, Kiss guitar legend, gives birth to some of his finest cuts and hottest licks with the fret-burning, string-bending, grin-inducing 10,000 Volts (MNRK Heavy).Continue reading


PREVIEW: New Music Friday – Rock and Metal Releases 2-23-24


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Rock For Ronnie Concert In The Park Benefiting Ronnie James Dio Stand Up and Shout Cancer Fund All-Star Talent Announced


 

The Rock For Ronnie Concert in the Park will take place on Sunday afternoon, May 7, 2023 at Los Encinos Historic Park in Encino, benefiting the. Ronnie James Dio Stand Up and Shout Cancer Fund (https://www.diocancerfund.org). The Rock For Ronnie event, slated to be an afternoon of live rock music, silent and live auctions, food trucks and fun geared to the entire family, is the cancer charity’s first post-Covid event back in the park. The event just named a who’s who of Rock and Heavy Metal luminaries for the finale/all-star jam.

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Megaforce Records Co-founder Marsha Zazula has Died, Age 68


Sad news to report as Marsha Zazula, the legendary co-founder of Megaforce Records which launched the careers of Metallica, Anthrax, King’s X and many others, has died. She was 68 years old. News of her passing was shared by her daughter Rikki, writing: “RIP Mom April 21, 1952 -January 10, 2021 Your love, Your strength, Your memory and Your music has changed lives and will continue to FOREVER.” Marsha formed Megaforce with her husband Jon “Jonny Z” Zazula in 1983, as metal music lovers and entrepreneurs with no prior industry experience, but founded a brand that will always hold an iconic place in the hearts of metal fans and band. In Jonny’s 2020 memoir, he largely credited a lot of the success of the label to Marsha. The label released Metallica’s first two albums, 1983’s “Kill ‘Em All” and 1984’s “Ride The Lightning”, before the band signed to Elektra. Other bands they fostered and worked with included Testament, Overkill, Ace Frehley, Ministry, Stormtroopers Of Death, Raven, and many more. The Zazula’s latest venture was Breaking Bands, a music management, and services company run with Chuck Billy of Testament and Maria Ferrero. RIP Marsha.

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