Coverdale proves the old school rules.
Thin Lizzy men rebrand for an album that “echoes rather than imitates classic Lizzy”.
Former Wildheart just keeps on peaking.
Tenth from pop-rock reliables.
Disappointing effort from Hawkwind spin-off.
Sixteen years after their swansong, Seattle’s grunge titans come back older and wiser.
Prog stalwarts hold steady.
’Arry rides out with a band of heavy brothers to produce a swaggering triumph.
Understated solo effort from ex-Dire Straits man.
Grungy stadium rock from the revered guitar god.
Hair-metallers dumb it down – to brilliant effect.
Forty-two years and 26 albums on, the band’s long, strange trip to the outer reaches continues.
Doom and gloom from the masters of misery.
Double live set from prog-inclined journeymen.
Have you played bass in this band yet?
The Soundgarden screamer shows his more tender side on this acoustic selection.
A chip off the old rock.
All Rush’s world really is, it seems, a stage.
Second solo album for prog/ ambient/art rock’s Mr Prolific.
Confusingly titled second album shows that this supergroup mean business.
Optimistically titled return for one-time pomp rock kings.
You-know-who’s missus on a first solo run.
Canadian metallists prove they’re more than just those nice blokes off the film.
Pearl Jam front dude gets all deep with Formby’s banjo.
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