New School Glam Metal - Part 4

author: N3WW4V3N1NJ4 date: 09/01/2014 category: genres' battles
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New School Glam Metal - Part 4
Because there's simply just a ton of bands in the glam metal revival movement, here's another addition to my look at modern '80s-styled groups...

Vains Of Jenna

These guys were another great sleaze metal act to get started in the mid-2000s. They recorded four full albums and released a couple demo albums, before their singer left to join Lynch Mob in 2012. As of now, they have disbanded. Here's an epic cover of The Rolling Stones' "Jumpin' Jack Flash."

Gundacker Project

Like The Treatment, I first heard these guys on my local radio station and immediately thought they were great. Here's the song of theirs that seems to get the most airplay, "Magazine."

Jettblack

I'm not sure whether this English band's name has one or two T's, as it has come up both ways in searches for their discography. Regardless, they have an awesome retro sound and here's the title track to "Raining Rock." On a side note they begin their first headlining tour of the U.K., this year.

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