I guess that means they'll play "driving rock"....?
Tony Martin is excellent. He knocked out some belting tunes for Sabbath (I know I'm in the minority but Eternal Idol remains one of my fave Sabbath albums) and if you haven't heard Tony deliver "Stormbringer" from Dario Mollo's The Cage check it out.
Tony did some shows credited to Cozy Powell and Friends some time ago and Neil Murray played in that band with him. Tony had a rather varied set to handle, featuring Whitesnake stuff like "Crying In the Rain", Rainbow classics like "Since You've Been Gone" and "Stargazer" and a load of Sabbath stuff, plus Cozy's and his own solo material. I have to say he belted them all out with great style.
I still think the best Marsden/Moody work after Whitesnake remains "Once Bitten", credited to The Snakes. The mighty Jorn Lande does a superb job in the Coverdale vein while still retaining the Lande trademarks, and the songwriting, especially Bernie's, is of a particularly high standard. Almost all of the album consequently was rehashed to become the Comapny Of Snakes "Burst The Bubble".
On paper, it's a great band. I'll look forward to hearing more.
"How can you lose, when you're destined to be a winner?"