Discovery Dives Into ‘Shark Week’ With Seal

Courtesy: Discovery Channel/Discovery Communications By Philip Sayblack Discovery Channel’s annual Shark Week broadcast is officially under way, and the network launched the week with quite the interesting promotional spot. Discovery Communications launched its annual Shark Week broadcast with a promo spot starring music star Seal. The spot sees Seal on stage at a beach singing his hit song ‘Kiss...

July 24th, 2017
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Revolution Saints Announce New Album Release Date, Specs

Courtesy: Frontiers Music Srl By Philip Sayblack Revolution Saints has a new album on the way. The band announced this week it will release its sophomore album Light in the Dark Oct. 13 via Frontiers Music Srl.  The album will come roughly two years after the band – Deen Castronovo (ex-Journey, Bad English), Doug Aldrich (The Dead Daisies, DIO, ex-Whitesnake) and Jack Blades (Night Ranger, Damn...

July 24th, 2017
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SRCVinyl To Re-Issue Classic Mudvayne Album

Courtesy: SRC Vinyl Courtesy: SRCVinyl By Philip Sayblack SRCVinyl is celebrating the 15thanniversary of Mudvayne’s sophomore album The End Of All Things To Come with a special vinyl re-issue of the album this summer. The album, originally released Nov. 19, 2002, will be re-issued Sept. 15, 2017 on two separate limited-edition vinyl releases—a clear with black smoke 180-gram pressing and a red...

July 24th, 2017
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‘Dog Years’ Ensures Engagement, Entertainment With Simplicity, Song Balance

Courtesy: Loud & Proud Records By Philip Sayblack Early next month, rock super group The Winery Dogs will release its latest live recording Dog Years to the masses. The recording, which includes both a live 15-song (17 if one counts drummer Mike Portnoy and bassist Billy Sheehan’s solos) set and a bonus 5-song studio EP is an impressive new live effort from The Winery Dogs.  That is due in...

July 23rd, 2017
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Thousand Foot Krutch Announces Release Date for “Untraveled Roads”!

Rock favorite Thousand Foot Krutch packs its biggest hits spanning the trio of independently-released, widely-acclaimed albums EXHALE (2016), OXYGEN:INHALE (2014) and The End Is Where We Begin (2012) into the power-packed, live-in-concert recording,Untraveled Roads. Featuring eight of the band’s last nine Active Rock radio songs, the 12-track album releases independently worldwide Sept. 15...

July 22nd, 2017
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Michael Monroe Discusses “The Best of Michael Monroe” with MUEN Magazine!

Contributor’s Note:  It was surely a pleasure talking to the man that influenced the likes of Guns ‘N’ Roses, Motley Crue, and countless of other bands!  The man is an icon, there is no two ways around it.  He is also a gracious person and he discusses his greatest hits album, his work and friendship with Slash of Guns ‘N’ Roses, and an overall career retrospective.  Without further...

July 22nd, 2017
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BARB WIRE DOLLS Rub My Mind Motörhead Music Review

BARB WIRE DOLLS Rub My Mind Motörhead Music Written by: Christopher Long What makes the latest from Barb Wire Dolls such an intriguing seduction is that it’s not a light or catchy record – it’s dark and infectious. In fact, delving into this 13-song collection is similar to discovering the diary of that girl in chemistry class. You know, that unwashed “weird” girl who’s never been asked...

July 17th, 2017
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Jackyl Announces New Album, Tour Dates

Courtesy: Mighty Loud Records By Philip Sayblack Jackyl is taking audiences back in time…sort of. The veteran rock act announced this week that it will release a new compilation album later this month.  The 18-track record, simply titled 25, will be released via Mighty Loud Records, and features a number of Jackyl’s greatest hits including, but not limited to ‘Down On Me,’ ‘the Lumberjack,’...

July 16th, 2017
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“Give It Meaning” by Don’t Believe In Ghosts, so infectious it’s a pandemic!

Written by: Matty Sometimes an artist, whether creating a sculpture, creating a painting, making a movie, or making music needs a new canvas and new inspiration to explore their art.  Sometimes the saddest thing about art is the artist sometimes gets complacent, which is why I despise Norman Rockwell paintings because it’s all the same theme, and the same reason why I’m drawn towards...

July 13th, 2017
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Dave Naruszewicz of VYCES Discusses “What Keeps Him Up At Night” with MUEN Magazine!

Written by: Matty Contributor’s Note:  It was an extremely rocking night at Spicoli’s Rockade in Waterloo, Iowa and VYCES got done with a blistering set at the esteemed Northeast Iowa venue.  VYCES is showing people across the United States that they have what it takes to become major players in the world of mainstream rock with their hard-hitting sound in conjunction with their...

July 13th, 2017
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