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Review: Get Ready To Rock

In a reversal of conventional wisdom, Slammin Gladys have gone for the “2 years to write our first album”, and “20 years to write the second” approach. 

Proteges of Jani (Warrant) Lane, they recorded their self titled first album in…

Review: Rock Times (Germany)

Die Slammin' Gladys debütierten bereits vor fast zwanzig Jahren; 1992, um genau zu sein. Nun, zwei Dekaden später folgt mit – Nomen est Omen – das zweite Fullalbum. Was in den Jahren dazwischen passierte entzieht sich der Kenntnis des Rezensenten…

Review: Defenders Of The Faith

Despite being close to the edge of extinction in the early 90s, it was during these final years that glam/sleaze metal produced some of its finest albums. Among these were McQueen Street’s self titled debut (1991), Alleycat Scratch’s Deadboys in…

Review: Apocalypse Later

I thought Slammin' Gladys sounded familiar but I think I'm thinking of Smashed Gladys, whose singer, Sally Cato, sadly passed away last year. Slammin' Gladys do go back quite a way but not quite that far. Smashed Gladys were mid…

Review: The Rock Pit

30 years after their first album Slammin’ Gladys release sophomore album, the cunningly titled ‘Two’ on Feb. 12th almost 30 years after debut record. It’s an interesting proposition isn’t it – a band you’ve only vaguely heard of reboots and…

Review: Hairband Heaven

Los Angeles-based rock outfit Slammin’ Gladys unveils the music video for “Dragon Eye Girl,” following on the heels of their recently remastered, re-released self-titled album via JIB Machine Records. 

Originally released in 1992, the band’s self-titled album established them as…