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Planet Rock

Planet Rock Issue 8

Planet Rock is the magazine where Rock Lives! From Motörhead to Pink Floyd, stopping at The Magpie Salute along the way, it brings you the very best in rock music past and present. See it! Feel it! Hear it! Live it!

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Train. Bark At The Moon. Mr Crowley. I Don’t Know. Ozzy Osbourne is such an iconic figure that it’s sometimes possible to forget how many solid-gold rock anthems he’s recorded as a solo artist. Not, however, when you’re standing on his stage watching 80,000 Mexican metalheads lose their minds while he performs said songs. Hitching a ride on The Prince Of Darkness’s No More Tours 2 dates in South America last month was a genuine privilege, and an important reminder that this national treasure won’t be on-stage forever. Catch him while you can. Aside from our exclusive Ozzy tour report, this issue also features in-depth pieces on The Cult, ‘The Classic Whitesnake’ and Bon Jovi, plus a review of fast-rising English rockers The Rolling Stones. Ones to watch… So, here comes…

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firing shots in the dark this issue are…

Billy Bogiatzoglou aka Billelis is a 3D Illustrator and Animation Director residing in the UK. Billelis is an artistic alias originating from his younger years of graffitiing and wall tagging as a teen. Find out more by searching @billelis and www.billelis.com. Marshall Tidrick is a native of Austin, Texas and a freelance photographer. Marshall shoots a wide variety of subjects, but has long been a music-lover and rarely attends a concert without his camera in hand. Check him out on Instagram at @marshalltidrickphoto. Today a Contributing Editor at MOJO, in 1989 Keith Cameron was working at Sounds when Wolfsbane’s Blaze Bayley telephoned to take his beer requests for an upcoming interview. In this issue he hymns the band’s live album Massive Noise Injection. Mark Riddick is an illustrator known for his contributions to…

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the ones we know

NEWS, VIEWS AND RANDOM THOUGHTS… WILLIAM DUVALL promises that the forthcoming Alice In Chains album, their sixth, will contain “interesting twists and turns that we haven’t explored before”. Described by guitarist Jerry Cantrell as “heavy, ugly, beautiful and trippy”, and previewed in May by new single The One You Know, the as-yet-untitled album will emerge later this year. “This might be my favourite one that we’ve done,” says frontman DuVall. “We’re stoked on it and really excited to see people’s reactions.” Find out more at ALICEINCHAINS.COM…

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lords of summer

METALLICA are to play a series of summer stadium shows in 2019. Upon closing out the European leg of their on-going WorldWired tour in Finland on May 11, the quartet revealed they’ll be returning to the continent next year for shows from May to August. Details will be announced on metallica.com in September. The WorldWired tour grossed $152.8 million in 2017. THE VINYL CUTS Black Sabbath box up rare 7-inch singles vinyl collection. FOLLOWING THE release of the lavish The Ten Years War studio albums vinyl box set last year, Black Sabbath have turned their attention to packaging up their ’70s singles. Comprising of 10 7-inch singles in rare/exclusive sleeves, the limited-edition Supersonic Years – The Seventies Singles Box Set includes five rare single edits: Iron Man, Sabbath Bloody Sabbath, Am I Going…

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in brief

Figures of Mötley Crüe are now available to pre-order from the Knucklebonz ‘Rock Iconz’ range. “It’s cool to see a homage to this classic era of the band,” says Nikki Sixx. Former Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider releases a new solo album on July 27. The singer will preview For The Love Of Metal at European festivals in July. Def Leppard have launched their own Pale Ale, with Seattle craft brewery Elysian. This is the band’s second bespoke brew, following the 2014 launch of Joe Elliott’s Louder Bangin’ Strong Ale. Clutch have released Gimme The Keys, the first single from their forthcoming 12th album Book Of Bad Decisions. The album is due on September 7 via the band’s Weathermaker Music label.…

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10 things we’ve just learned about wishbone ash

1 Ritchie Blackmore recommended Wishbone Ash to MCA Records, after seeing the group open for Deep Purple. But he never said a word to them after watching their set. 2 Forget Judas Priest’s KK Downing and UFO’s Michael Schenker. Wishbone’s Andy Powell pioneered his trademark Gibson Flying V before those two copycats. 3 Original guitarist Ted Turner quit the band in ’74 to undertake a spiritual trip to Peru. He travelled the world and became a devotee of American space-age theorist Buckminster Fuller. Turner re-joined the Ash for a time in 1987. 4 Wishbone’s former manager, Miles Copeland, came from a family of spies and lawmen: his dad was in the CIA; his mum worked for British intelligence; and his brother Stewart played drums in The Police. 5 Wishbone Ash hung out with the…