July 31 :
SEBASTIAN GAVA "Uncensored" album feat. Bruce Kulick From
KISS Related Recordings Brazilian
KISS / Paul Stanley inspired singer / songwriter SEBASTIAN GAVA have
released an album entitled "Uncensored"
earlier this month.
The album features a guest appearance by Bruce Kulick on "Love
At First Bite", which song is co-written by him.
The album also contains a cover version of KISS' "Magic Touch".
"Uncensored"is released as digital download, available to purchase
In 2009 Sebastian Gava released his first self titled solo album
Spanish lyrics, followed with an
English version in 2010. Both releases
features Bruce Kulick on a couple of songs too.
July 24 :
BLACKTHORNE "Afterlife" reissue (feat. Bruce Kulick) From
KISS Related Recordings
Cherry Red Records UK
label Cherry Red Records will re-release
BLACKTHORNE's 1993 debut album "Afterlife"
The album features a guest appearance by Bruce Kulick on the song
"Over and Over", which is co-written by him.
BLACKTHORNE features Graham Bonnet on lead
vocals and Bob Kulick on lead guitar, whose impressive CV included
working with Meat Loaf and KISS. Not many singers have a career as
lengthy and varied as vocalist Graham Bonnet, replacing Ronnie James
Dio in Rainbow for their biggest hits, ‘Since You Been Gone’ and the
“Down To Earth” album, Graham also fronted the Michael Schenker
Group as well as his own band, Alcatrazz. Jimmy Waldo is probably
best known for his keyboards with Alcatrazz, and was previously in
the AOR band New England. Blackthorne’s line-up was completed by
Quiet Riot’s Frankie Banali on drums, who also enjoyed stints with
Billy Thorpe, Billy Idol and WASP.
Released at the height of grunge, like many classic rock / hard rock
artists of the era, “Afterlife” was a somewhat overlooked classic at
the time, though Kerrang! magazine recognized that, “Kulick’s six
string sting is never in doubt”. Hit Parader magazine stated that,
“This is a very good album, filled with stirring guitar solos and
Featuring ‘Cradle To The Grave’, ‘We Won’t Be Forgotten’ and
‘Breaking The Chains’, the original album finished with a re-reading
of the Rainbow classic, ‘All Night Long’. This expanded collection
now includes three previously unreleased bonus tracks, and liner
notes by Malcolm Dome, based on recent interviews with Graham Bonnet
and Bob Kulick.
same day (September 2) Cherry Red Records also will release
BLACKTHORNE's previously unreleased 10 track second album “Don’t
Kill The Thrill”, which has been augmented by no less than 20 bonus
tracks, including rare live recordings captured in the States and
Japan. Hit Parader magazine concluded that this was a band with, “A
Triple-A rated rock and roll pedigree, Blackthorne is a band that
certainly knows everything there is to know about making great rock