Review

LIVE! | Kansas

by Gary Dean Ash – Columnist – October 06, 2012 at Uptown Theater in Kansas City, Missouri The lights lowered and a tapestry of Kansas first album with the image of the John Brown “Tragic Prelude” painting by John Steuart Curry was unveiled. The original mural is painted on [...]

LIVE! | Krockathon 17 featuring Korn, P.O.D. and more

by Sara McCarthy – Senior Photojournalist – July 29, 2012 at New York State Fairgrounds Infield in Syracuse, N.Y. Every year at the end of July Galaxy Communications’ modern rock radio station Krock, hosts the largest concert of the season in Syracuse, NY. What started out seventeen [...]

LIVE! | Halestorm

by Adam Labonoski Staff Writer – May 15, 2012 at Onondaga County War Memorial, Syracuse, NY Atlantic Records artists Halestorm have been rocking their way up the charts and are currently touring on Godsmack’s Mass Chaos tour. They swung through Syracuse to play at the Onondaga County War [...]

LIVE! | Rise Against with A Day To Remember & Title Fight

by Sara McCarthy Staff Writer – May 7, 2012 at New York State Fairgrounds Chevy Court in New York, NY On a very wet and dreary Tuesday night, Rise Against brought their tour to Syracuse, NY. Despite the horrendous weather, a crowd of about 4,000 descended on the New York State Fairgrounds, it [...]

Messenger | See You in Hell

by Justin Gaines Staff Writer – Long-running German heavy metal band Messenger is back with a new album, their first in five years and fourth overall, titled See You in Hell. Messenger’s sound is somewhere between the power and traditional metal genres, and it’s firmly rooted in the [...]

Virgin Steele | Age of Consent (Remastered)

by Erik Tweedy Staff Writer – Originally released in 1988, Age of Consent, Virgin Steele’s fourth studio release, was to be the album to catapult the band to metal stardom. Much to the band’s dismay the album was released with no label support and subsequently went unnoticed by most of [...]

Himora | Argue All You Want

by Trevor Portz Staff Writer – Throwback bands have a difficult job to do. They somehow have to capture the magic that made a style cool in the first place, but also add their own twist. Plus, they have to avoid the less spectacular bits that inevitably forced the style out of fashion in the [...]

Desert Sin | Destination Paradise

by Joe Mis Staff Writer – Like an avalanche roaring down from the Alps, Desert Sin’s upcoming album Destination Paradise will have the ground shaking. The Austrian five piece metal band hails from Tyrol in the Alps, and looks poised to make a big impact on the melodic power metal scene [...]
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