In May 1982, Genesis released „3×3“, an extended-play featuring three previously unreleased track from their 1981 album „Abacab“.„Review: Genesis – 3×3 (EP/1982)“ weiterlesen
Music reviews for PARIAHLORD come from all over the world. Their music is being played in radio stations in Germany, UK, Greece, Canada, Russia, Japan, Norway, Spain, Portugal, Croatia, Mexico, France, Finland, South Korea, Brazil, Argentina, Turkey, Romania, Indonesia, Austria, Singapore, Iran, Ireland, Australia, Ukraine and Poland. That means they’re being broadcasted worldwide!„PARIAHLORD Reviews“ weiterlesen
„Inside Bucks Row“ is the first of a number of planned volumes on the Whitechapel Murders by author Steve Blomer. It deals with the first of the Jack the Ripper murders, that of Mary Ann „Polly“ Nichols in Buck’s Row on 31 August 1888. In his book, Blomer examines all the details surrounding the murder and the murder location. Nichols‘ murder has never been examined more thoroughly.„Review: Steven E Blomer – Inside Bucks Row – Mary Ann Nichols: An Anatomy of Murder (The Whitechapel Murders Project: Book 1)“ weiterlesen
„Death and the City“ is a collection of twelve short stories by David Charnick. Each of them deals with the topic of death – well, more with the connection of death and life in London. Or rather: With the ever-existing presence of death and the dead in London.„Review: David Charnick – Death and the City“ weiterlesen
In February 1968, Genesis‘ debut single „The Silent Sun“ was released on Decca Records. Peter Gabriel was just 18 when it came out. Let’s take a look at the band’s first single!„Review: Genesis – The Silent Sun (1968)“ weiterlesen
Genesis will be back onstage in November/December 2020. It will be the first time in 13 years that Phil Collins, Tony Banks and Mike Rutherford perform together. Back in 2007 they had their long-time fellow musicians Chester Thompson (drums) and Daryl Stuermer (guitars, bass) with them. This line-up can also be heard on the band’s two live releases „The Way We Walk“ (1992/93). For this release a typical Genesis concert from that time was split in two. The first volume, „The Shorts“ contained the hits, the second volume „The Longs“ contained their longer, more epic songs. Live – The Way We Walk, Volume Two: The Longs was released in January 1993 . It was their last release with Phil Collins before he left the group and the band’s last no. 1 album in the UK.„Review: Genesis – The Longs (1993)“ weiterlesen
In 2012, Steve Hackett once again relived his past with Genesis. He released the album Genesis Revisited II, on which he re-recorded (or should we say „covered“?) old songs from his time in the band. Every song featured another guest vocalist (among them Phil Collins‘ son Simon Collins or Steven Wilson). Since then, Steve has been touring the world with his Genesis classics. And he will continue to do so in 2020 and 2021. Every tour has another album as its focus. While many fans love this tribute, others think that Steve has gone too far and that his solo career suffers from his worshipping of old Genesis material.„Steve Hackett, Burg Herzberg Festival, 19 July 2013“ weiterlesen
In February 1981, Phil Collins‘ first solo album „Face Value“ was released. It went straight to number 1 in the UK charts and to number 7 in the US. His debut was his gateway into superstardom and with „In The Air Tonight“ it includes his signature track. So let’s take a closer look at the album that turned Phil Collins from Genesis front man into one of the biggest solo artists of the 1980’s.„Review: Phil Collins – Face Value (1981)“ weiterlesen
Genesis has always been my favourite band and Phil Collins has always been my musical hero. Being a drummer myself, I admired him from early on. His fourth solo album „…But Seriously“ came out around the time I was born, „Another Day In Paradise“ was my lullaby. Phil always was my hero. I caught him up two times on the „First Final Farewell Tour“ in 2004 and 2005 and then again with Genesis in 2007. Boy, was I happy to see my five favourite musicians. It was one of the best concerts of my life, if not the best.
After that tour, Phil had some serious health problems. He cannot play the drums anymore and he needs a walking stick. I read his wonderful autobiography „Not Dead Yet“ from 2016 and was surprised when shortly afterwards the tour of the same name was announced. Phil would only sit on a stool and sing and instead of long-time drummer Chester Thompson, Phil’s 16 year old son Nicholas would play the drums. Did I want to see this show?„Phil Collins, Hyde Park, 30 June 2017“ weiterlesen
Three Dudes. Heavy Riffs. Melodic Tones. PARIAHLORD is being played in radio stations in Germany, UK, Greece, Canada, Russia, Japan, Norway, Spain, Portugal, Croatia, Mexico, France, Finland, South Korea, Brazil, Argentina, Turkey, Romania, Indonesia, Austria, Singapore, Iran, Ireland, Australia, Ukraine and Poland. That means they’re being broadcasted worldwide! Read some reviews of their music here!