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by Joe Mis - Columnist – Libertine is the upcoming solo release from Norwegian-born singer/songwriter Liv Kristine, who is more widely known as the lead singer for the symphonic folk metal powerhouse band Leaves’ Eyes and Theatre of Tragedy. Libertine is not a symphonic metal release by any [...]
by Mark Allen - Senior Columnist – If you think musicians that blatantly mimic other musicians are nothing more than talentless bottom feeders, then you may want to avoid this latest album from Scum of the Earth, the band founded by ex-Rob Zombie guitarist Mike Riggs, who continues to kneel, [...]
by Justin Gaines - News Editor – When you consider the way the American heavy metal scene exploded in the mid ‘80s and then the thrash explosion of the late ‘80s, it’s obvious how some bands could be overlooked entirely by the larger metal scene, only to be rediscovered decades later. [...]
Biography Jonna Ambur Jonna “Jaye” Ambur comes from Connecticut and was raised in a home that was always surrounded by music and creativity. Her mother, a music major; father, a photographer. Her genes were predisposed to Live Concert Photography. Since she was 15 years old her genre of choice [...]
by Marija Brettle - Columnist – Alan Williamson is not just another typical instrumentalist, talented musician; he is sensational multi-instrumentalist, one of those musicians who devoted his life and career to music. His road to become an instrumental phenomenon was first inspired by his [...]
by Christophe Pauly - Photographer – July 26-29, 2012 at Suikerrock Festival, in Tienen, Belgium Suikerrock is a rock/popfestival in the city of Tienen, in the centre of Belgium. Tienen is best known for it’s sugar refinery, hence the name of the festival (suiker = sugar). The festival [...]
by John Kindred - Publisher – Hailing from Mansfield, England and formed in the late ’70s, Savage is one of Britain’s NWOBHM bands that pioneered the way for such lofty giants such as Metallica. Their 30-plus year career has produced six albums. Starting with 83′s Loose ‘N Lethal and [...]
by Trevor Portz - Columnist – It’s been nearly 15 years since Amongst the Catacombs of Nephren-Ka hit the streets, an album that pushed South Carolina’s Egypt-obsessed Nile onto the top of the already large death metal pyramid. Since then, they’ve continued to carry the torch for [...]
by Justin Gaines - News Editor – Swedish gothic metal band The Murder of My Sweet is back with a new album, their second full-length, which is titled Bye Bye Lullaby. In the two years since their 2010 debut Divanity was released, the band has gone through some changes, notably a new guitarist [...]
Biography Christophe Pauly A photographer, musician and music fan, Christophe Pauly hails from Lustin (near Namur) in Belgium. Having grown up listening to a variety of music starting with the Grunge genre, Pauly began to learn the guitar and drums (a gift from his father when he was six) and [...]
by Christophe Pauly - Photographer – July 26-29, 2012 at Suikerrock Festival, in Tienen, Belgium Suikerrock is a rock/popfestival in the city of Tienen, in the centre of Belgium. Tienen is best known for it’s sugar refinery, hence the name of the festival (suiker = sugar). The festival [...]
by Mike Debbage - Guest Columnist – The introduction to this band is a classic example of illustrating the continued essence and need for physical record stores in our society. The first exposure to this highly impressive modern folk group was during a visit to Cheapo Records in Austin. The [...]
by Justin Gaines - News Editor – It’s been five years, but Canadian AOR mainstays Loverboy (yes, the Loverboy that worked for the weekend and briefly made red leather pants seem like a good idea) are back with a new studio album… sort of. For their latest offering, the first since [...]
by Justin Gaines - News Editor – It seems like every year enterprising labels manage to dig up previously unreleased material from lesser known ‘80s rock bands. More often than not, you can tell right away why no one had released it until now. The Eonian label has earned a reputation for [...]
by John Kindred - Publisher – The United Kingdom’s recent hosting of the Olympics brought the eyes of the world upon the nation. With the focus on London and pageantry heralding the world’s greatest athletes, it is easy to overlook one of their own native sons, whose aspiring [...]
by John Kindred - Publisher – Lynch Mob follows up its 2009 studio album Smoke and Mirrors with this year’s EP release, titled Sound Mountain Sessions. George Lynch continues his renewed partnership with vocalist Oni Logan. Scott Coogan returns to man the drums, and Robbie Crane takes [...]
by Deb Rao - Senior Columnist – As the Olympics have finally come to a close, Dokken is also going for the gold with the much-anticipated release of their 11th studio release Broken Bones. For three decades Dokken has remained a very popular touring act selling over 10 million albums [...]
by Mark Allen - Senior Columnist – With cover art showing a close-up of a woman’s leather-clad ass, member names like Nazzty, Roxx, Crash, and Sin, and song titles like “Hands of Rock” and “Wild at Heart,” nobody will mistake Excess All Areas for the latest Rush CD. This debut from [...]
by Joe Mis - Columnist – Australia’s power metal specialists Black Majesty have recently released their fifth studio album entitled Stargazer. This eagerly anticipated follow up to 2010’s In Your Honour cements the hard working quartet firmly into the realm of power metal pioneers. Black [...]
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