Rock legends like Jon Lord and Ian Paice from Deep Purple had several concerts together with the band and were quite taken with their musicality and power. After building up a reputation as a Deep Purple Tribute Band, they established their name as an original band with their successful debut album „The Stranger Within“ in 2011. With „Under the Neon“, Demon’s Eye will now release their second album, once again featuring Doogie White, former singer of Ritchie Blackmore’s Rainbow and current lead vocalist with Michael Schenker’s Temple of Rock. The songs of „Under the Neon“ seem to fit Doogie White‘s voice like a glove, enabling him to sing with great passion and emotion. This kind of music seems to lend wings to the Scottish singer. „Under the Neon“ contains everything that enthralls fans of classic hard rock bands: powerful vocals rich in variety as well as brilliant and virtuose solos on guitar and hammond organ.
The Last Of The Neon Cynics is a collaborative project by Bill Nelson and comic book artist Matt Howarth. The download includes a 110 page high-rez full colour PDF graphic novel and all the original CD artwork. All music composed, played and recorded by Bill Nelson. Comic book graphic novel story and artwork by Matt Howarth.
Despite its short existence, Demon Thor was one of the most sensational, continental rock groups in the 70's. It was the very first German band performing on the legendary TV-Show 'Musikladen', the very first performance act in the ‘Circus Kronebau’ in the city of Munich, Germany; the band won music awards in France and England, and both of their albums were published world wide by United Artists. The band was a Swiss rock-scene fusion between Tommy Fortmann and Krokodil, as well as singer Geff Harrison (Twenty Sixty Six And Then), Peter Bischof, and Oliver Freytag. The two full-length albums were re-released on CD (using its original covers) by Spalax France.