Some 22 years later after forming, in the world without The Ramones or Type-O-Negative, The 69 Eyes release their 10th studio album. To celebrate that and their long existence, the band has decided to name the album as Roman tenth, “X”. It also has ten songs. In the world where albums mattered, the 10th album of The Rolling Stones was “Exile on Main St.”And indeed “X” is also a turning point for The 69 Eyes. It clearly starts something new. Once again it sounds completely fresh and ambitious. It’s more melodic than its predecessor, Hollywood-made glam metallic “Back In Blood”. It’s also the most catchy and hooky Goth’n’Roll you have ever heard – no wonder since the album is made under the supervise of the Swedish pop orientated production team called On The Verge.
Three for the Road, the new album from iconic musician and Blues Hall of Fame member John Mayall, features cuts drawn from two exuberant concerts recorded live in Germany in 2017. The title is a nod to the trio format featured on Mayall's 2017 world tour, which includes long time bassist Greg Rzab and drummer Jay Davenport. The new record, produced by Eric Corne and John Mayall and mixed by Corne includes a mix of songs from both recent and classic John Mayall/Bluesbreakers releases, and represents the sixth offering from the fruitful partnership between Mayall and Forty Below Records.