We are just a little over a month away from the debut release from the Black Star Riders. If the name doesn't immediately ring some bells, the group has some real weight in its ranks. The band is comprised of Ricky Warwick, Scott Gorham, Damon Johnson and Marco Mendoza, all of whom are also members of Thin Lizzy. The band is rounded out by Jimmy DeGrasso on drums.
Good news - Season 12 of ‘That Metal Show’ has been confirmed and several classic rockers have made the short list for guest spots over the eight new episodes. The guests dropping by the TMS studio throughout the season run the gamut from classic rockers to brand new members of some veteran acts, offering a balance of musical tastes.
As reported by Ultimate Classic Rock this past December, Thin Lizzy member Scott Gorham announced the formation of a new group, Black Star Riders. Now, the group has confirmed details of their debut full-length effort, scheduled to be released in late May. 'All Hell Breaks Loose' is slated for release in the United States on May 28 via Nuclear Blast.
On March 4, 1983, Thin Lizzy released what would end up being their final studio LP, 'Thunder And Lightning.' Two years earlier, band leader Phil Lynott brought in guitarist John Sykes to replace Snowy White and join the core band of Lynott, guitarist Scott Gorham and the ever-loyal Brian Downey on drums.
Anticipation for Anthrax's upcoming 'Anthems' release is running high. Due for release on March 19 in North America and on March 22 in Europe, 'Anthems' features Anthrax tackling some of their best-loved cover songs from the '70's.
Longtime Thin Lizzy guitarist Scott Gorham is readying the publication of his musical memoir, and although readers in the UK will be able to buy it next Monday (Nov. 12), American fans will have to wait a few extra months.
In a rather surprising move intended to show respect for their late original frontman Phil Lynott, the members of Thin Lizzy have announced an end to regular touring -- as well as recording -- under the band name.
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