WHITE LINE FEVER Playlist: Episode six

Anthrax – “Earth On Hell” buy Drivin’ N Cryin’ – “I See Georgia” buy David Benuik – “North Shore Girls Get Off” buy Chickenfoot – “Three and a Half Letters” buy  Janes Addiction – “Irresistible Force” buy  Choirboys – “Boys Will Be Boys” buy

WHITE LINE FEVER Podcast: Episode 54

WHITE LINE FEVER Podcast: Episode 42

Bumblefoot, Jizzy Pearl, DC4 and Bobby Ingram

WHITE LINE FEVER Podcast: Episode 41

Bumblefoot, Bobby Ingram & Curtis Cunz

LOUDMOUTH: April 14 2012

By STEVE MASCORD GUITAR hero Steve Lukather says the Rock’N’Roll Hall Of Fames has little credibility and compares forcing estranged band members back together with asking an ex-wife for sex. The comments of Lukather, who counts Slash amongst his close friends, come as Axl Rose announced he would boycott this weekend’s induction of Guns N’Roses […]

Kings Of The Sun Hit Back At Axl Rose, Search For New Singer

By STEVE MASCORD AFTER finally responding to Axl Rose 24 years after the Gunners front-man kicked him out of the Sydney Entertainment Centre, Kings Of The Sun drummer Cliff Hoad is looking for a new singer – to replace his brother. The Gold Coast rockers wrote themselves a little piece of Oz Rock history in […]

ROCK HEDONISM: November 23 1988

Compiled by STEVE MASCORD HARD rock has taken new territory with the announcement that Penshurst Hotel will host a booming bill this Sunday November 26. Apocalypse, Addictive, Detriment and Enticer will all play “the Den’ in what is hoped will be regular hard rock night there. Apocalypse, which plays originals plus covers by Metallica, Anthrax, Black […]

ANGRY ANDERSON: No Hollywood “Weenie” (1990)

By STEVE MASCORD ANGRY Anderson is intently thumbing through an English heavy metal magazine. It’s the one which  described him, following the release of soppy 1988 Neighbours hit ballad “Suddenly“, as “mildly annoyed Anderson”. His suspicious eyes stop at a centrefold depicting Guns N’ Roses’ Slash, who is shirtless and has a smoke drooping decadently […]

ROCK HEDONISM: December 21, 1988

By STEVE MASCORD OLD Lemmy from Motorhead had an interesting view of the Donnington disaster, in which two people were trampled to death earlier this year during the annual rock festival, when we spoke to him last week. “I think two out of half a million aint bad really,” said Lemmy from California, where Motorhead are winding […]