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by Jenn Carbaugh – Columnist — Swedish rockers, House of Shakira will release their album Pay to Play on Sept. 23 on CD. On Oct. 7 the album will be available through digital outlets. This is the second album with lead singer Andreas Novak. It is supposed to be their best album by far, [...]
by Steve Patrick – Columnist — America’s greatest rock ‘n’ roll band has finally released their first Blu-ray entitled Rock for the Rising Sun and it was well worth the wait. The film, directed by Casey Patrick Tebo, chronicles Aerosmith’s most recent tour of Japan in late 2011 [...]
by Mark Allen – Senior Columnist — If melodic hard rock is your religion, then you’ll want to make Faith Circus part of your creed. Hot damn if some of the songs on this new album aren’t good enough to put you on your knees thanking God, Jesus, or your deity of choice. Granted, the [...]
by Joe Mis – Senior Columnist — Hunger is the fourth and latest from Tragik, a trio fronted multi-talented musician and songwriter Phil Vincent. Based in Rhode Island, Tragik puts out intense melodic rock clearly influenced by some of the greatest metal acts of all time. Hunger is [...]
by John Kindred – Publisher — Cleopatra Records/Purple Pyramid Records have put together a two-disc collection of rare and unreleased recordings of the late Tommy Bolin titled Whirlwind. Bolin’s brief career was cut short upon his death in 1976. As an artist, he accomplished quite a [...]
by Cynthia Jo – Columnist — Joan Jett Music publishing can be the reason for launching someone’s career. In 1976 producer and impresario Kim Fowley, Joan Jett along with the rest of The Runaways signed a deal with independent music publishing company Peermusic. Fowley and Jett signed [...]
by Matt Karpe – Columnist — Power and speed metal has traditionally become genres dominated by American and European bands, but now Dragonsclaw bring an Australian approach with their second album Judgement Day. “Watching My Every Move” contains some excellent speed drumming by [...]
by Justin Gaines – Senior Columnist/News Editor — Three years after shocking a lot of fans with his 2010 release Static Impulse, Dream Theater vocalist James LaBrie is back with a new solo album. The album is titled Impermanent Resonance, and it’s the singer’s third proper solo [...]
by Cameron Edney – Guest Columnist — Devildriver Return Killing Off Winter! Devildriver, California’s groove machine is back, and has unleashed their sixth and most diverse album to date Winter Kills. Thirteen years after the band first formed Devildriver have grown from strength to [...]
by Deb Rao – Senior Columnist — Exclusive Eric Bass of Shinedown Previews Carnival of Madness Tour One of the hottest tours of the summer, The Carnival Of Madness Tour is currently underway. The tour features Shinedown, Papa Roach, In This Moment, Skillet, and We As Human. Hardrock [...]
by Deb Rao – Senior Columnist — August 23, 2013 at Vinyl in Las Vegas, NV. — Las Vegas nightclub Vinyl celebrated its first year anniversary with Courtney Love on Aug. 23 with opening act Ginger Wildheart and Todd Kerns. The enchanting Courtney Love delivered an hour set of pure [...]
by Cynthia Jo – Columnist — AUGUST 26, 2013 at Hollywood Palladium in Hollywood, CA. — Avenged Sevenfold is back with what might be the crowning to their career. Their fifth full-length studio album Hail to the King was released on Tuesday Aug. 27 and is set to be their second No. [...]
by Matt Karpe – Columnist — The 80s’ was a haven for glam rock and metal, with Mötley Crüe, Kiss and Hanoi Rocks to name just a few, flying the flag of drunken debauchery whilst writing catchy anthemic music. Fast forward nearly thirty years and Reckless Love are attempting a glam [...]
by Justin Gaines – Senior Columnist/News Editor — Hailing from the Czech Republic, pogressive/technical death metal band Mindwork released their debut album, titled Into the Swirl, in 2009. This previously self-released album went mostly unnoticed, but has been newly reissued here in [...]
by Chris A. – Senior Photojournalist — AUGUST 23, 2013 at Riverbend Amphitheater in Cincinnati, Ohio — Cincinnati’s Riverbend Amphitheater was a sold out, full house for Kid Rock. Themed, “The Best Night Ever” approximately 20,000 Kid Rock, ZZ Top and Uncle [...]
by Matt Karpe – Columnist — It’s been five years since Decyfer Down’s last album Crash, but now they are back with a new lead singer and new record Scarecrow. The formula is still the same with this Christian band, as they incorporate some post-grunge sleaze with their usual hard [...]
by Deb Rao – Senior Columnist — Former Hanoi Rocks singer Michael Monroe returns to the metal scene with his latest release Horns and Halos on Spinefarm Records. Horns and Halos finds Michael Monroe returning to his punk rock New York roots in full metal glory. This album could easily [...]
by Jonna Ambur – Senior Photojournalist — AUGUST 17, 2013 at WOLF DEN in UNCASVILLE, CT. — Puddle of Mudd is not a band without their fair share of turmoil. However, when Wes Scantlin took the stage there was nothing but support and cheers from a packed house. The line for the [...]
by Steve Patrick – Columnist — Fans of Nevermore and Matt Barlow era Iced Earth can rejoice in the news that Ashes of Ares, the new supergroup made up of Barlow, ex-Iced Earth bassist Freddie Vidales, and former Nevermore drummer Van Williams, will be releasing their eponymous debut [...]
by Joe Mis – Senior Columnist — Hailing from the heart of NASCAR country (Charlotte, North Carolina) is the five-piece alternative rock, metal band known as Another Lost Year. They had released their debut album, Better Days, in late 2012, and have spent much of their time touring with [...]
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