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BCC-ROCK ! BIG CACTUS CLASSIC ROCK

L'ÉMISSION BCC ROCK RADIO SHOW EST DESORMAIS DIFFUSEE SUR 80 RADIOS FM ET WEBRADIOS

Johnny Da Piedade, le producteur de l'émission Country "the Big Cactus Country Radio show" fort de 10 ans de succès auprès de ses 138 radios FM et Webradios partenaires, retourne aujourd'hui à sa première passion, le Rock !

Avec une émission baptisée BCC-Rock Radio show autrement dit Big Cactus Classic Rock Radio show. A L'écoute de BCC Rock vous allez vous replonger au coeur du "Classic Rock"! Celui des Hits des années 70 jusqu'à aujourd'hui. BCC-Rock c'est avant tout un programme spécialement constitué du meilleur du Rock formaté pour la Radio FM ou Webradio ! BCC-Rock c'est du Hard ou Heavy Rock, du Blues Rock , du Rock Progressif ou encore du Southern Rock en passant par quelques douceurs avec les sons de cote Ouest des USA. Sans oublier tout le gratin du Rock FM Californien des années 80 / 90 mixés avec les meilleurs groupes de la scène Rock FM revival scandinave et Britannique qui assurent la relève avec un style musical rebaptisé "AOR ou Melodic Rock. BCC-Rock c'est 4 fois 14 minutes de Rock calibré pour la radio avec 50% de nouveautés à savourer bien souvent en avant première, 25% de Hits et Classiques du Rock et 25% de groupes à découvrir d'urgence ici !
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Ecoutez le BCC Rock radio show en version podcast ici.

BCC Rock radio show est un programme produit et présenté par Johnny Da Piedade, plus d'info: facebook.com/johnny.dapiedade

  • BLABBERMOUTH.NET Oct 17, 2018 | 00:04 am

    AVENGED SEVENFOLD guitarist Zacky Vengeance was asked by Philadelphia's 93.3 WMMR radio station in a new interview if there are any plans for the band to celebrate its 20th anniversary in 2019. He responded (hear audio below): "We definitely should do something to celebrate. There's really not any plans."It's pretty wild to think that we've been doing this for 20 years, which is… well over half of my entire life has been with AVENGED SEVENFOLD, and happily," he continued. "I mean, jeez, we all have our moments where you get a little burnt on certain things, but I think if you were to ask any member of our band, this is definitely the highlight of the better half of each of our lives. So, with that said, man, we still feel like we have a long way to go; we're just getting started. We have a lot of great music left to write. Our concerts need to get a whole lot bigger, because we're not gonna be happy until we're playing stadiums. And that's just where our heads are at; that's always been our mentality. Whether or not we get there is to be determined, but, man, the older we get, I think the more fun we have doing this. We've put the years of grinding behind us, but, with that said, we always find new reasons to push ourselves even harder as we get older, and play longer sets and try to be more ambitious musically."Zacky added: "But it's just a wild ride, man — 20 years. I can't even believe it."Late last month, AVENGED SEVENFOLD released a new version of the song "Mad Hatter" in response to fan complaints over the original version's mix. The track was recorded for the "Call Of Duty: Black Ops 4" video game and was first made available online September 17. The track is included on the band's new EP, "Black Reign", which was issued on September 21."Mad Hatter" was recorded in Los Angeles this past March and is the first original new song AVENGED SEVENFOLD has released since last year's "Dose", which originally surfaced in the Gameloft mobile game "Dungeon Hunter 5". It later appeared on last year's "deluxe edition" reissue of the band's latest album, "The Stage".

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  • BLABBERMOUTH.NET Oct 16, 2018 | 20:17 pm

    Queens, New York-based band SWORN ENEMY — whose intense fusion of metal, thrash and New York hardcore has provided the soundtrack for numerous moshpits over the past two decades — has signed with M-Theory Audio. The label will release the group's sixth album, produced by Robb Flynn of MACHINE HEAD, in 2019.Vocalist and founding member Sal Lococo says the new album — nearly five years in the making — will be worth the wait."First and foremost, we want to thank Marco Barbieri at M-Theory Records for believing in SWORN ENEMY," he says. "We also want to take a minute to thank Robb Flynn and Zack Ohren at Sharkbite Studios for putting up with us at the studio. The new album is savage as fuck and would not have been possible without you guys. Now it's time to get back out on the road and show everyone how fucking great this new shit is!"This weekend, SWORN ENEMY will kick off the second leg of its European tour commemorating the 15th anniversary of the release of the group's Jamey Jasta-produced debut album, "As Real As It Gets".Says Lococo: "We are also coming to Europe again since the first time wasn't enough! If you missed us the first time around, here's your chance to see us again. We hope you're ready."SWORN ENEMY was first signed by HATEBREED frontman Jamey Jasta, who released the group's first two EPs on his Stillborn Recordings label in 2001 and 2002. He also produced the band's full-length debut, "As Real As It Gets", which was released by Elektra Records in 2003, a year that saw the band deliver memorable performances on tour with Ozzfest.In the 15 years since, SWORN ENEMY released four additional albums of punishing metallic hardcore and toured with a number of notable acts, including ANTHRAX, MASTODON, FEAR FACTORY, SEPULTURA, SUICIDE SILENCE, DYING FETUS, EARTH CRISIS, MADBALL, BIOHAZARD and HATEBREED. The band expects to spend much of 2019 touring support of its new album..SWORN ENEMY is:Sal Lococo - vocalsMatt Garzilli - guitarMike Pucciarelli - bassJeff Cummings - guitarTaykwuan Jackson - drums

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  • BLABBERMOUTH.NET Oct 16, 2018 | 19:54 pm

    Former KISS guitarist Ace Frehley spoke to SiriusXM's "Trunk Nation" about his decision to part ways with the solo band that has backed him on his most recent tours: Richie Scarlet on guitar, Chris Wyse on bass and Scot Coogan. "That was hard," Frehley admitted. As for how the change happened, Ace said: "Well, I had performed with Gene's [Simmons, KISS bassist/vocalist] backup band in Australia, and then Gene, for some reason, canceled his trip to Japan. So I went to Japan with his band and we did eight shows. And they're super tight; they all sing lead — four-part harmony. I mean, I'll never forget playing '2000 Man' the first time with this band, and all of a sudden, I'm hearing all the harmonies that were on the original record done by Paul [Stanley] and Gene. I'm saying, 'Great.' So, after the last show in Tokyo, I said to these guys, 'Are you available? Would you consider doing the ['Kiss Kruise']?' And they said, 'Yeah.' They're all fans of mine. And they're cheaper than my band, and I'm trying to cut costs down. I cut one crew member… It wasn't just about funds. I would have paid them what I'm paying my band right now, because they're that good. But don't let them know that."Asked how Scarlet, Wyse and Coogan took the news that they were being replaced, Frehley said: "Chris took it really well. He's been playing with the [HOLLYWOOD] VAMPIRES, he told me he was doing solo shows with Joe Perry, and he's one of the most sought-after bass players in Los Angeles. So Chris took it really well. Scotty didn't take it very well. And Richie didn't take it well, because his wife had just passed away."He continued: "It was a nightmare, because I kept procrastinating, because I said, 'How can I call Richie and let him know I'm using another band when his wife is on her deathbed?' And it was tearing me apart. Finally I just said, 'I've gotta man up.' So I called him and I told him briefly why and… and he hung up on me. [Laughs] He goes, 'I can't believe this shit,' and he hung up on me. So, two days later, I called him back in the evening, and I said, 'Rich…' He apologized for hanging up on me. I've known Richie forever. So we healed. He told me he loved me like a brother; I told him the same. I said, 'Tell me what I can do for you, because I know you were expecting the money from the cruise.' So I wired some money into his account to help pay for Joann's funeral. She was a wonderful lady."Frehley went on to defend the fact that he fired Scarlet at a particularly vulnerable time in Richie's life, explaining: "Bad timing is bad timing, but business decisions really don't… can't… with personal life, it never jells. It's never the right time, in a lot of cases."Earlier in the month, Ace told "The Cassius Morris Show" that he decided to use Gene's band instead of his previous musicians because "they [are] better than my current lineup… They're younger and more hungry."Backing Frehley and Simmons on the Australian tour were Philip Shouse on guitar/vocals, Ryan Cook on guitar/vocals, Jeremy Asbrock on guitar/vocals, and Christopher Williams on drums. After the Aussie dates, Shouse, Cook, Asbrock and Williams accompanied Frehley on the Japan trek. Shouse switched from guitar to bass for Frehley's show.Recalling the tour with Frehley and Simmons, Shouse told AL.com, "We were all just having the time of our lives… I think Ace was pretty shocked after the first show that we did with no rehearsal and we pulled it off. By the third show, we'd really hit our stride and were on fire for the rest of the tour."Asbrock and Shouse are the founders of THEE ROCK N' ROLL RESIDENCY, a popular Nashville tribute band that routinely hosts surprise appearances by such rocks stars as Alice Cooper, Robin Zander (CHEAP TRICK) and Roger Glover (DEEP PURPLE).Frehley — whose new solo album, "Spaceman", will be released via eOne on October 19 — first left KISS in 1982. He rejoined in 1996 and parted ways with the band once again in 2002 after the conclusion of their first "farewell tour."

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