Co-founder/bassist for the heavy metal band White Zombie
“Kill the Flaw” doesn’t reinvent the wheel but instead it capitalizes on the strengths Sevendust are known for
I really have to tip my hat to Mark Menghi for pulling this off and I hope that more of these albums will follow.
After three and a half hours the bands said goodnight to an adoring crowd who gave them a much deserved ovation.
With a line up this impressive the energy outside was running high and as the night progressed each act did a great job building on that energy.
Though I found the album didn’t quite capture all the power of the groups live element it certainly comes pretty close.
The unique surroundings proved to be the perfect setting for the annual music festival which featured 10 bands and a variety of local vendors
Throughout the bands 22 song set the band took time to show their appreciation for the crowds support throughout the numerous bouts of bad weather leading up to the bands performance.
There were certainly many highlights of the evening’s performance and the band did a spot on job of giving the fans their money’s worth
The “Live 2016” appearances will be David Gilmour’s first live concert dates since the “On An Island” tour in 2006
Drummer Howie Fields and bass player “Big” John Wallace answser a few questions about Harry Chapin and his music.
As the set progressed both Ann and Nancy took turns at the mic introducing the numbers and giving some background on some of the more personal songs.
The latest offering from Phinehas is an album you can throw on and listen to over and over again without it becoming stale or repetitive.
As the album progresses listeners are bombarded with distorted guitars and catchy choruses that with ease get stuck in your head.
Ever since the group’s reunion in 2008 Lynch Mob has continued to once again grow with each album they release and “Rebel” is no exception
They bill themselves as “The Worlds’ Greatest Rock and Roll Band,” and last Saturday night the Rolling Stones more then lived up to that title…
Even though I found the first half of the album to be a bit redundant as a whole “Cauterize” is a rawkus 10 track release
With Etheridge’s last live release clocking in at over 2 hrs. and packed with bonus footage there was certainly something’s left to be desired.
Even if you are not a fan of the whole goblin perspective “Heavy Meta” is strong enough to stand on its own as a solid extreme metal album.
The night proved to be a unique and up close experience that the Syracuse crowd seemed to really enjoy.
Long time Coal Chambers fans who have been wishing for the release of new material prayers have been answered as “Rivals” will certainly meet their expectations.
Solid song structure consisting of catchy choruses and thought provoking verses make this an album that gets in your head and stays there
With such a solid effort from the bands first attempt I am anxious to hear what they will do next as the future seems bright for Revolve.
Though I wasn’t a fan of all the discs from the “Defenders of the Faith” 30th Anniversary Deluxe Edition I found the live portion of this release more than made up for it.
The first collaboration between Mayfield and Avett and hopefully not the last as the magic heard on the album was flawlessly created on stage
Though this may be John’s first tour as a solo artist he’s certainly no stranger to the stage as his 20 plus years of experience in music certainly showed as he worked the audience like a true veteran of the stage
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Recorded during the “Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor” tour Rob and his band deliver their signature show right to your living room.
Produced and compiled by Grammy Award winning producer Bob Kulick the album certainly lives up to its title.
Guitarist with groups like The Rollins Band, Daniel Lanois and was a founding member of the blues rock band Mother Superior
This year was better than ever with an optional added day on the ship for the Superbowl Sail Away pre-party, but even with that addition, most survivors of this voyage at sea couldn’t get enough!
Though there is no new material contained on “Ride”, the new versions of songs like “Beg Barrow Steal” and “Fork in the Road” blast our your speakers.
The recordings have a very natural and warm feel which makes this an album you can put on after a long day and just escape into the music.
Despite weather putting a huge damper on the evening’s attendance the 3 bands that performed demonstrated nothing but sheer professionalism.
You don’t have to be a guitarist to enjoy the over the top instrumentation, eerie overdubs and/or crunching heavy metal rhythms
The group has appeared to have returned to its roots as “Black Veil Brides” is a straight forward rock/metal album speckled with nods to the bands early influences.
It’s time for our annual year end wrap up where the writers here at the site get together to present our top 5 album releases of the year
if you are a die-hard “”My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic” fan you should make you way to the closest Hot Topic ASAP
Though it lacks the charm and catchiness of the bands earlier releases “Back to Oblivion” still has something unique for the bands long time fans
The album consists of 12 brand new tracks by Ramone and company that will surely unchain your inner pinhead
Really isn’t the highest quality LP. It is pressed on 120g and has quite of bit of noise throughout.
They remain the most popular guests on our “Behind the Mikes” Podcast so when Dr. Dilznik and the Last Rekrute told us they were dropping their latest video we had to share the love.
Consists of the game’s orchestral themes scored by award-winning composer Inon Zur and the music team at Harmonix
Band Members: Brandon Yeagley – Vocals and Harmonica; Chris Bishop – Guitar; Jake Figueroa – Bass Guitar and Paul Figueroa – Drums
Tickets are available on a first come-first serve basis.
Winners will be notified on Saturday, Sept 12th
Passes are first come, first served!