Author Archives: Alex Zander

About Alex Zander

Alex Zander resides in Chicago, IL and is the founder and publisher of MK ULTRA Magazine, established 1995. He continues to run all operations online.

PRONG: Lyric Video For ‘However It May End’

American power trio PRONG has released a lyric video for the song “However It May End”, created by TheCutCartel in Toronto, Canada. The track is taken from the band’s latest album, “Zero Days”, which was released in July 2017 via … Continue reading

ACE FREHLEY: ‘Spaceman’ Album Details Revealed; ‘Rockin’ With The Boys’ Single Available

Founding KISS guitarist and Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame inductee Ace Frehley has released a new song today called “Rockin’ With The Boys”. This is the second song Frehley has made available from his forthcoming all-new “Spaceman” album, due … Continue reading

Former KISS Guitarist VINNIE VINCENT Files Trademark Application For ‘Vinnie Vincent’s Kiss’

On July 23, former KISS guitarist Vinnie Vincent filed two applications with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) for the word mark “Vinnie Vincent’s Kiss”. If granted, the registrations will protect the use of the standard character mark … Continue reading

BRIAN JOHNSON And PHIL RUDD Appear To Be Back In Studio With AC/DC: Photographic Proof

A few days after a Canadian journalist claimed that Stevie Young and Phil Rudd were spotted in downtown Vancouver, we now have the first photographic proof that something is brewing in the AC/DC camp.   According to Steve Newton of … Continue reading

L.A. Guns Joined On Stage By 14-Year-Old During Recent Show

A 14 year-old aspiring musician got the dream of a lifetime during a recent L.A. Guns concert The Rockpile in Toronto, Ontario, Canada last month, when he got to join the band on stage.   Tim Bentley took his son … Continue reading

Ex-L.A. Guns guitarist Johnny Monaco forms ’70s “current experimental pop” group The Socialites

SOURCE:   After having one of the shortest stints in L.A. Guns‘ history, guitarist Johnny Monaco has taken a real left field musically with the ’70s “current experimental pop” group The Socialites. The following message was posted in part … Continue reading