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Have you ever been to a rock concert? If yes, then you would know the crowd usually go crazy over the music. If you are willing to visit a concert then there are various sale on concert tickets all the time. You’ll need some of these concert fundamentals before going to a concert just to have the [...]
by Steve Patrick – Sr. Columnist — As the old adage goes, “Where there’s smoke, there’s fire.” Michigan’s own Greta Van Fleet is the embodiment of that saying. On its debut EP Black Smoke Rising, Greta Van Fleet prove that Rock is not only still alive but has been reborn in [...]
by Derric Miller — Managing Editor — On their sixth studio album Whiplash Splash, The Dollyrots come full circle and find the perfect mix of Pop, Punk, Rock, snark, neato-ness and everything else that makes The Dollyrots so golly gee great. Just listen to Kelly sing “whoo!” at the [...]
by Elsie Roymans – Sr. Photojournalist — February 25, 2017 at Trix in Antwerp, Belgium — Rival Sons recent gig at Trix in Antwerp was sold months before the schedule date. The band didn’t disappoint as the atmospheric venue alnong with the music and stage show provided by [...]
by Cynthia Jo – Columnist — If you’re looking for new music to go with that New Year’s resolution workout, there’s a trio hailing from London that just might help that adrenaline pump more iron. The Survival Code released Broken Strings, a three-track EP last November, which [...]
by Anabel DFlux – Sr. Photojournalist — February 4, 2017 at Joe’s American Bar and Grill in Burbank, CA — Punk Rock Barbie is a tribute band straight out of one of the quirkiest parts of Los Angeles: Burbank. On February 4th at Joe’s American Bar and Grill on West Magnolia [...]
Neon Coven, the new industrial rock band from Los Angeles, CA, has released its debut EP “Risen” today via New Ocean Media. Recorded in Hollywood, the EP was produced by Jacob Bunton. The EP consists of 4 tracks ranging from songs about survival and balance to emotionally charged anthems. The [...]
by Joe Mis – Sr. Columnist — Hear The Sound is the second solo release from German-born singer/songwriter Cathrine Jauer. Once better known as the vocalist and bassist for the rock-pop band First Child, Jauer has come into her own as a solo artist and once again delivers a tight and [...]
by Derric Miller – Managing Editor — As the lowest common denominator continues its inexorable embrace of the universe—be it religion, politics, art, humanity, stuffing low-quality spray cheese into a can, etc.—there is one unfairly unknown band in Sweden who will not go gentle into [...]
by John Kindred – Publisher — If you wanted listen to a diverse mish-mash of rockers, then look no further than Project N-fidelikah. The band, self-described as “Funk Punk ghetto underground,” is built from parts of Fishbone, Dokken/Lynch Mob, Endangered Species and WAR. Fishbone [...]
by John Kindred – Publisher — Based in Los Angeles, guitarist Vernon Neilly is an established musician who, over the course of his career, has worked and performed with the late Johnny Guitar Watson, Steve Vai, Greg Howe, Jennifer Batten, Slash and several other well-known artists. As a [...]
by Alissa Ordabai – Sr. Columnist — Having realized that virtuosity on its own is rapidly declining in value, Paul Gilbert these days uses comicality and compositional simplicity to attract new listeners. Amusing song titles, jokey lyrics and the overall easy vibe of his new release [...]
by Joe Mis – Sr. Columnist — Canadian Rockers Van Halst may not be well know outside of their native Alberta, but their full length debut album entitled World of Make Believe may just change that. Van Halst’s music is mostly Hard Rock mixed with Metal, Gothic, Punk, and a touch of [...]
by Joe Mis – Sr. Columnist — At long last the Copenhagen-based modern rock act Forever Still has readied their full length debut album – and Tied Down was definitely worth the wait! Their debut fully lives up to the promise shown in their 3 EP releases, so fans of the band will not be [...]
by Justin Gaines – Sr. Columnist — Now here’s something you don’t see every day. Swedish Hard Rock band Casablanca, which features former Alice Cooper/Electric Angels guitarist Ryan Roxie as well as members of bands like Sahara Hotnights and Melody Club, has a new album out, [...]
by Matt Karpe – Senior Columnist — The enigmatic Scott Weiland has never played by the Rock n’ Roll rule book. A seemingly integral part of the early 90s’ Grunge scene with the legendary Stone Temple Pilots, Weiland hit the skids with drug addictions and jail time, but even so, [...]
by Matt Karpe – Senior Columnist — Through his turbulent yet successful years with British Metalcore hotshots Asking Alexandria, Danny Worsnop never kept it secret of his love for 80s’ classic rock. On AA’s last studio album From Death To Destiny, there was more of a Hard Rock [...]
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