Hard rock (or heavy rock) is a loosely defined subgenre of rock music which has its earliest roots in mid-1960s garage rock, blues rock and psychedelic rock. It is typified by a heavy use of aggressive vocals, distorted electric guitars, bass guitar, drums, and often accompanied with pianos and keyboards.
“Dreams of the Heart” is the 3rd release from D’Ercole. Phil Vincent, Damian D’Ercole, William Arnold & Tane DeAngelis have created a melodic rock gem putting them in the same company as Foreigner, Boston, Dokken, Winger and Bon Jovi. Hard rock songs with melody is the order of the day. “Only Child” blasts through your speakers with Read more: D’Ercole – Dreams of the Heart 2012
Navigating between Alternative Rock and Hard Acoustics, here is the initial specification of the Americans of EDGE OF FREE. The result is this first eponymous album, how to say … simply stunning, very surprising, the chronicle arrives.
Read more: EDGE OF FREE – EDGE OF FREE 2017
HEARTLAND is a AOR band formed by former VIRGINIA WOLF vocalist Chris Ousey. HEARTLAND’s debut was released in March of 1991 on A&M however by this time the popularity of the AOR / Melodic Rock scene was on the wane.
Read more: Heartland – III (Japanese Edition+2)1995
Heartland doen’t have a bad album. They have perfected the AOR genre in all categories.
Genre: Melodic Hard Rock
Disc-producing country: Japan
Year of publication1994,1995 / 1999.
Read more: Ian Parry – 2 studio albums – 1994, 1995, (Japanese Edition 1999) FLAC
The Midnight Ghost Train is an American rock band from Topeka, Kansas. The band’s line-up consists of Steve Moss (guitar/vocals), Brandon Burghart (drums), and Mike Boyne (bass). The trio has been categorized as hard rock, stoner rock, and heavy blues.
Read more: The Midnight Ghost Train – The Midnight Ghost Train (2009)
Album: One Take, No Dubs, No Mix...
Genre: 70’s Hard Rock / Female Vocal
HELLECTROKUTERS are about Authenticity, sincerity,and intensity.Just as Butcho screams it in “Born to Rock”, they feed off of the energy of their music.No half measures for these four rockers:
Read more: Hellectrokuters – Round Two (2017)