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  • Interviews
    October 2009 22 17 How could Über Röck celebrate Halloween How about an exclusive interview with Ari Lehman the very first Jason Voorhees in the Friday The 13th movies and frontman of metal punk crossover band FIRSTJASON Throw your horns up for Halloween and kick back with this KILLER interview Read more Ricky Warwick Exclusive Interview Written by Dom Daley Wednesday 28 October 2009 22 49 Über Röck s legendary interviewer Dom Daley gets all up close and personal on a roof top overlooking Swansea Bay and the Vetch Field with former Almighty frontman and solo minstrel Ricky Warwick Read more Todd Youth The Chelsea Smiles Written by Gaz E Wednesday 07 October 2009 23 18 Here s the whole story and you guys at Über Röck are the first ones I m telling it to Todd Youth in a World Exclusive interview talks about the truth behind the end of The Chelsea Smiles Read more Scarlet Sins Written by Jack Russell Sunday 04 October 2009 11 20 Über Röck s Canadian writing animal Jack Russell composes himself and tries his hardest to concentrate as he is given the tough task of interviewing all girl rockers Scarlet Sins Read more Billy Hopeless The Black Halos Written by Dom Daley Wednesday 16 September 2009 21 24 Dom Daley talks exclusively to former Black Halos frontman and Canadian punk legend Billy Hopeless about his past his future and er lava bread Read more Tod Howarth Frehley s Comet Written by Gaz E Wednesday 09 September 2009 13 20 Former Frehley s Comet member Tod Howarth took time out from mixing his new solo record to talk exclusively to Über Röck about Ace Cheap Trick Ted Nugent and loads more Read more Steve Sitkowski Outcry Collective Written by Johnny H Wednesday 23 December 2009 13 45 One of the great things about writing for a music website is when you discover a band that literally blows you away Most recently it was an album called Articles by Outcry Collective that took my head and unapologetically slammed it into another musical dimension Johnny H discusses the album with the band s singer Steve Sitkowski Read more Bernie Torme G M T Interview Pre Hard Rock Hell 3 Written by Johnny H Monday 07 December 2009 12 11 When we contacted Bernie Torme recently to get his fantastic gig from hell story which you can read here we thought we d also take the time to wax lyrical about almost everything he s ever done ahead of his Thursday night headline slot at last weekend s Hard Rock Hell 3 Read more Walter Lure Interview Exclusive Written by Dom Daley Thursday 12 November 2009 14 56 Don t think that I was entirely innocent back in those days just because I m alive now Walter Lure talks exclusively to Über Röck about Johnny Thunders and the Heartbreakers The Waldos and of course the infamous Anarchy In The UK tour Read more Wednesday 13 Gunfire 76

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  • Introducing: Broken Witt Rebels
    like nothing else Glastonbury or Download It d be great to play either but if we had to choose it would definitely be Download I think because it has a heavier feel Sure you been asked this before and sure you ll be asked it again why the name Yeah we have been asked that a few times we called ourselves Broken Witt Rebels because we wanted a name no one would have so we cut up a newspaper and put headlines from different stories together and that s what we got What are the bands that you are all collectively happy to listen to on the road and what bands drive massive wedges between you Generally when we are on the road we pick a couple of albums from one artist and just listen through Usually it is something like Alabama Shakes Rival Sons Vintage Trouble Led Zeppelin Bad Company or Muddy Waters There s not many artists that we don t agree on as long as it sounds good it s allowed on in the van Given the chance what s the one established act that you d give your eye teeth to support on a national tour I think that we would all agree that Rival Sons would be great to support on tour I am a big fan of their music and I think their fans would love us too It would be a perfect combo How important do you think artwork is for bands in these digital days Personally I think artwork is still a big part of what a band is even digitally It s the first impression of a band in such a fickle industry people will definitely judge what you will sound like base on your artwork and it could be the difference between gaining a fan or them just passing it by The N M E Kerrang Mojo Classic Rock how important is print media to a working band in the age of social media Music magazines are definitely still important we grew up in the 90s and 00s and always read magazines I still do plus now it goes out in print and online so you get the best of both worlds but the best part about a printed magazine is there s no buffering when you turn the page Do you feel any affinity with bands like the Temperance Movement or the Rival Sons both of whom are mining the rich heritage of classic blues hard rock Absolutely we feel that we are from the same vein as Rival Sons Temperance Movement Our sound started in our home town of Birmingham with bands like Black Sabbath Led Zeppelin and the list goes on We feel a close connection to its roots B W R are here to make sure that the legacy is carried on and is brought back to Brum by us What s the best new music you ve heard in the past few months any up

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  • Introducing: Broken Witt Rebels
    Given the chance what s the one established act that you d give your eye teeth to support on a national tour I think that we would all agree that Rival Sons would be great to support on tour I am a big fan of their music and I think their fans would love us too It would be a perfect combo How important do you think artwork is for bands in these digital days Personally I think artwork is still a big part of what a band is even digitally It s the first impression of a band in such a fickle industry people will definitely judge what you will sound like base on your artwork and it could be the difference between gaining a fan or them just passing it by The N M E Kerrang Mojo Classic Rock how important is print media to a working band in the age of social media Music magazines are definitely still important we grew up in the 90s and 00s and always read magazines I still do plus now it goes out in print and online so you get the best of both worlds but the best part about a printed magazine is there s no buffering when you turn the page Do you feel any affinity with bands like the Temperance Movement or the Rival Sons both of whom are mining the rich heritage of classic blues hard rock Absolutely we feel that we are from the same vein as Rival Sons Temperance Movement Our sound started in our home town of Birmingham with bands like Black Sabbath Led Zeppelin and the list goes on We feel a close connection to its roots B W R are here to make sure that the legacy is carried on and is

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  • Great Moments In Punk History: April
    Themes II Sacred Bones Records HRH PROG 4 Pwllheli Hafan y Mor Holiday Park 17th 20th March Weezer Dinosaur Pile Up Manchester Academy 3rd April 2016 The Uber Rock Singles Club March 2016 Related Articles The Return of Uber Rock s 13 Days Of Halloween Great Moments In Punk History January Great Moments In Punk History February Great Moments In Punk History March Great Moments In Punk History April Written by Anthony Allen Begnal Sunday 03 April 2016 04 00 Tweet Chesty Malone and the Slice em Ups guitar mangler Anthony Allen Begnal returned to the hallowed pages of Uber Rock at the turn of the year with a new monthly feature Great Moments In Punk History Anthony has paintings hanging in the LA Punk Museum and his Punk History series is truly something to behold So far this year we ve had Wendy O Williams Sid Vicious and GG Allin in compromising positions what will April bring Anthony Allen Begnal is a quasi legendary punk rock artist originally hailing from the wilds of Pennsylvania and currently located in NYC His art has spanned from Necros flyers to paintings hanging in the LA Punk Museum He released a successful sold

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  • Great Moments In Punk History: April
    hanging in the LA Punk Museum and his Punk History series is truly something to behold So far this year we ve had Wendy O Williams Sid Vicious and GG Allin in compromising positions what will April bring Anthony Allen Begnal is a quasi legendary punk rock artist originally hailing from the wilds of Pennsylvania and currently located in NYC His art has spanned from Necros flyers to paintings hanging

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  • The Philpott Philes (Senior Citizen Not Erased): April
    him claim on the Metal Hammer channel last year which I mistakenly viewed expecting to be a Do It Yourself station that it was 11 58pm With mounting panic I realised that I was therefore two hours late in picking Jean up from the Shania Twain t concert at the Gala Bingo before a frantic glance at my kitchen clock and a belt and braces call to 123 clearly both confirmed that it was in fact just after ten past eight Any non punctuality arising from this handicap would not be tolerated were the NWOBHM originating frontman to be under my contractual jurisdiction I most certainly will not be engaging the services of a certain Mr Gillan whose timber property construction tutorial leaves much to be desired in that to take a piece of wood and join it to another piece of wood and then do it all again would not as he misleadingly claims conclude in a house a little wooden house but omitting as it does observances pertaining to right angles and symmetrical measurements could only result in a very very long and useless piece of wood completely unsuitable to be resided within even if hollowed out by means unknown On the plus side however Mr Gillan s hapless cabin assembly guidance does result in the absence of a highly flammable structure able to burnt to the ground by some stupid with a flare gun Furthermore as I have intimated in the past I am quite affronted at the suggestion from certain established acts that both airwaves and rest conjured imagery are able to bear physical mass Any edifice be it as little as a shed requires a solid bedrock typically the embedding into at least three feet or so of soil A building of significant weight however will require very deep foundations in order to transfer a load from the said erection through an upper weak layer of mud to a stronger deeper layer There are different types of deep foundations including helical piles impact driven piles drilled shafts caissons piers and earth stabilized columns and the naming conventions vary between different engineers Said piles are normally of steel reinforced and pre tensioned and or reinforced concrete Boogie Woogie derivatives and Rapid Eye Movement sleep hallucinations are most certainly not suitable platforms Starship s boast and Leafhound s proposal to have respectively built this city on rock and roll and build all my castles on top of my dreams are therefore both utterly preposterous and as a consequence I would under no circumstances allow either the stoner or soft rockers the opportunity to provide even a substantially discounted ballpark figure to lay light chipboard decking just past our conservatory Penultimately were Jean and I to finally get round to getting our extension done we would be most disgruntled not to say alarmed should said prospecting tenderer had claimed to BE the second bathroom that we have in mind to have admitted such an if you will pardon

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  • The Philpott Philes (Senior Citizen Not Erased): April
    pertaining to right angles and symmetrical measurements could only result in a very very long and useless piece of wood completely unsuitable to be resided within even if hollowed out by means unknown On the plus side however Mr Gillan s hapless cabin assembly guidance does result in the absence of a highly flammable structure able to burnt to the ground by some stupid with a flare gun Furthermore as I have intimated in the past I am quite affronted at the suggestion from certain established acts that both airwaves and rest conjured imagery are able to bear physical mass Any edifice be it as little as a shed requires a solid bedrock typically the embedding into at least three feet or so of soil A building of significant weight however will require very deep foundations in order to transfer a load from the said erection through an upper weak layer of mud to a stronger deeper layer There are different types of deep foundations including helical piles impact driven piles drilled shafts caissons piers and earth stabilized columns and the naming conventions vary between different engineers Said piles are normally of steel reinforced and pre tensioned and or reinforced concrete Boogie Woogie derivatives and Rapid Eye Movement sleep hallucinations are most certainly not suitable platforms Starship s boast and Leafhound s proposal to have respectively built this city on rock and roll and build all my castles on top of my dreams are therefore both utterly preposterous and as a consequence I would under no circumstances allow either the stoner or soft rockers the opportunity to provide even a substantially discounted ballpark figure to lay light chipboard decking just past our conservatory Penultimately were Jean and I to finally get round to getting our extension done we would be

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  • Introducing: Tail Feather
    the best of the Doors played with a Stax sensibility to give a lovely organic gospel vibe to the songs and exquisite vocal harmonies that bring to mind CS N and leave the listener feeling that they ve had honeyslides poured in their ears There new recording Space Travel is their best yet a lazy laid back intro complete with spacey samples then bam those harmonies hit you right between the ears followed by a massive chunky organ riff The song hits its groove with gorgeous harmonies throughout launching into what can only be described as a three way organ vocal guitar wig out The song sounds splendid too beautifully analogue and retro in a really good way no wonder given that producer Graham Dominy has worked with the likes of Robert Plant and Ray Davies There s two versions available the longer version reveals what lies behind the feedback not to give away any secrets but there s a section that sounds like Curtis Mayfield sound tracking the moon landing The tune is a must buy crying out for a deluxe 12 complete with a free patch to sew on your denim The band took some time out from tour rehearsals and recording for their soon come debut LP to share their musical influences with us What was the first record you ever bought and where did you buy it Alex It was Spice by Spice Girls I bought it from Safeway in Whitley when I was about 9 or 10 or 8 Huge record the personal highlight for me was Say You ll Be There a song about undying friendship and always being there for each other It was recorded before they split up and stopped speaking What was the most recent record you bought and where did you buy it Simon The Eagles Eagles I found it in an Oxfam for 1 99 What record do you stick on the deck to sooth your soul Paul Neil Young Harvest Moon This is such an incredible record for a creeping hangover of doom I think Neil Young might last forever Have you bought a record on the basis of a great single and then been disappointed by the rest of the album If so tell us all about it Alex I bought Huge Hits 96 because it had Gina G s Ooh Aah Just A Little Bit on it Unfortunately the album also had stuff like Oasis Ocean Colour Scene the Fugees The Prodigy and Born Slippy by Underworld which I wasn t ready for I found the whole experience of guitars and aggressive dance music pretty intimidating What record do you turn up to maximum to get in to that party mood Simon Iggy the Stooges Raw Power If you re not ready to hit the town after hearing I m a street walking cheetah with a heart full of napalm then you should stay in If we had the ability to land you at the recording

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