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by Jonna Ambur – Senior Photojournlaist – November 22nd, 2014 at Webster Theater in Hartford, CT. – Starting their set with burst of colored confetti combined with the shrill screams of a sold out theater, Pierce The Veil (PTV) made a dramatic entrance and kept the energy pinned [...]
by Christophe Pauly – Senior Photojournalist – AqME is a French Alternative Metal band originating from Paris. Vocalist Vincent Peignart-Mancini recently talked with Christophe Pauly about replacing Thomas Thirrion, his bands before AqME, the new album Dévisager Dieu and more … [...]
by Alexandra Mrozowska – Senior Columnist – As for Riot, the band wouldn’t have needed any introduction among the metal circle – there’s an entire generation of fans who banged their heads and pumped their fists to anthems such as “Warrior” or “Thundersteel” this [...]
by Alexandra Mrozowska – Senior Columnist – Southern Rock is a subgenre of rock that was always all about the quality and impact of the live performance, often favored to the studio crafts. Playing live in concert allowed the Dixie rockers not only to indulge themselves in the extended [...]
by Justin Gaines – Senior Columnist/News Editor – Originally released in 1991, Play God was the second full-length album from Reverend, the power/thrash metal band formed by vocalist David Wayne (R.I.P.) after his departure from Metal Church. In the year since Reverend’s debut [...]
by Justin Gaines – Senior Columnist/News Editor – Now here’s an album no one saw coming. Swedish band Dynazty already had three albums under their belts, all of which followed the basic sleaze/melodic rock approach of bands like Hardcore Superstar and Crashdiet. That’s about all [...]
The 1970s … Ah – It was the decade of giants. Following in the footsteps of the great bands of the ’60s, including The Beatles, The Doors, Jimi Hendrix, The Who. etc. The bands of the ’70s took Hard Rock and Metal to an entirely different level. Deep Purple, Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin, [...]
by Justin Gaines – Senior Columnist/News Editor – Well, the guys in Adriangale sure didn’t waste any time following up their 2013 release Suckerpunch. Granted, it did take them the better part of a decade to get that one out, but still, it is a bit surprising in this day and age to [...]
by Alexandra Mrozowska – Senior Columnist – With their American counterparts having the time of their lives down the Sunset Strip in Los Angeles, California, in the late ‘70s and the ‘80s the British must have had their mecca for rockers to hang out at too. Thus the emergence of the [...]
by Chris A. – Senior Photojournalist – Musician’s cite “musical differences” in their departure Arguably one of the best lineups in the history of heavy Megadeth has come to an end. In a sudden and unexpected move, guitarist Chris Broderick and drummer Shawn Drover parted ways [...]
by Anabel DFlux – Senior Photojournalist – Senior photojournalist Anabel DFlux caught up with Ginger V, the vocalist of his self-titled Vaudevillian rock band. Casually amid the warm California day, the two chatted about the band’s inception, the local music scene, and [...]
by Matt Karpe – Senior Columnist – Where do you start with Rock or Bust? The anticipation surrounding the release of AC/DC’s 15th international studio album has been heightened by both tragedy and chaos. First, it was announced that the pulse of the rock legends; Malcolm Young, had [...]
by Alissa Ordabai – Senior Columnist – Forte’s dazzling 2012 debut established him as a new generation torch bearer of neoclassical shred, but now the Frenchman ventures further afield with a sophomore record. Flashy chops on an aptly titled opener “Short Virtuosity Etude” [...]
by Cynthia Jo – Columnist – A farewell tour is always some kind of bittersweet for any band. For Anberlin, the decision to part ways was amicable and the Farewell Tour coincides with promotion for their final album Lowborn. The Florida quintet began their chapter as a band in 2002 [...]
by John Kindred – Publisher – Stever’s latest studio album Idiot Savant finally has seen the light of day. The 12-track studio album is a concept record that tells the story of 9-year-old Ian, an “idiot savant,” who has a special bond with animals. Set in the 1930s, a time when [...]
by Marija Brettle – Columnist – Her creativity has inspired others to feel free to express their feelings and individuality. Canadian, Karen Stever is a Metal, Progressive Rock, Alternative Rock singer and songwriter that has been creating music in a genre all on her own. In a world [...]
by John Kindred – Publisher – Norway’s Triosphere returns with its latest album The Heart of the Matter, which follows up its 2010 release The Road Less Traveled. It has taken four years for fans to get their hands on new material. And the wait was well worth it. The Heart of the [...]
by Alexandra Mrozowska – Senior Columnist – The first thing that comes to your mind when you think about Bernie Marsden – one of the most underrated guitarists of rock – is obviously Whitesnake in their early days. And while it’s perhaps the band’s 1987 and Slip Of The Tongue [...]
by Joe Mis – Senior Columnist – Vervain is the latest solo release from Norwegian-born singer/songwriter Liv Kristine, who is also the lead singer for the symphonic folk metal powerhouse band Leaves’ Eyes and former front-person of Theatre of Tragedy. Like Liv’s other solo [...]
For the first time ever many of the biggest and emerging artists of the NL Heavy Music Scene have collaborated to record and release a track to help raising funds for the Red Cross, in occasion of 3FM’s Serious Request 2014, a massive dutch charity event that is organized every year by one of [...]
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