What's been keeping the Classic Rock crew in line this week? We're going to tell you: it's rock. To be more specific, it's this rock right here.
Classic Rock's Tracks of the Week
From Diamond Lane to the Dum Dum Girls, it's the platters that shatter
Preachers Son Jericho
First unleashed last October, back now with an official release to precede the 10 Stories Tall album, which is out at the end of June. The man behind Preacher's Son, Brian Hogan, is literally a preacher's son: from the age of 12 he played bass in his dad's Christian band.
The Golden Grass Sugar N' Spice
Diamond Lane The Enemy
Blue collar hard rock, direct from Hollywood. The band will launch their debut Terrorizer album tomorrow with a party at the infamous Troubador club in Los Angeles. It's like 1987 all over again, and this must surely be a good thing.
Electric River Calling Out
Dum Dum Girls Rimbaud Eyes
The Black Fields Dig Billy Dig
If Dig Billy Dig appear to have arrived with a sweet dose of southern style, then the band are doing their job. For despite the dixie-fried, barrelhouse sound, they're actually from Brighton on England's fair south coast.
Kitten Pyramid English Rosa
Kitten Pyramid's English Rosa is a rollicking bar-chant swinger, with a video featuring Dave Ball from Procul Harum as The Grim Reaper. They are being touted as the new Cardiacs and are currently on a tour of British mental homes.
Mastodon High Road