SOiL embarks on their third leg of tour in support of “Whole”.

Chicago heavy rockers SOiL will embark on a third leg of touring for their newest album “Whole”. This trek takes them across the UK and Europe during May/June in support of the recently reunited Coal Chamber. It also brings them back through the United States in June/July alongside Powerman 5000. “Whole” marks the first album with the return of original frontman Ryan McCombs...

April 30th, 2015

Emperors and Elephants Brand New Video For “Change” off of Devil In The Lake

Emperors and Elephants brand new video for their single “Change” premiered on Revolver Monday, April 27th. “Change”: E&E will be playing main stage at Rock Fest this year in Cadott, WI on July 18th and there is a big tour in the works as well. The Chicago, IL band released Devil in the Lake via Pavement Entertainment in January of 2014 and will be re-releasing the record May 5th with...

April 30th, 2015

“Hairball” by Nai Harvest, a Music Review by Matty

Written by: Matty “Hairball” by Nai Harvest to be released on Tuesday, April 28th via I-Tunes, Topshelf Records, Amazon, and Google Play. Nai Harvest, out of Sheffield, England, are: Ben Thompson, guitars Lew Currie, drums The catchiness, grit, and infectious fuzzy noises that garage rock provides, combined with the old-school punk vibes ala The Clash or The Sex Pistols, and throw in...

April 27th, 2015

“Odessa” by Odessa: This is Mandatory for your Music Collection: A Review by Matty

Written by: Matty What have I stumbled upon?  First, I receive the news that two dear friends of mine got engaged at a gig in Trenton, Missouri and I merely decided to stay in the swing of things and going on my Sunday music hunt.  I have stumbled upon a masterpiece that is going to shake the foundation of the core of the mainstream music industry for years to come.  My finding is like finding...

April 27th, 2015

“Suffer In Peace” by Tyler Farr, Music Review by Matty

Written by: Matty Growing up, country music was my thing, my favorite style of music.  I enjoyed the stories that the songs told, and it was a way for me to bond to my grandparents while we would play board games and make homemade pizza on Friday night sleepovers.  I grew up on a wide range of music ranging from Motley Crue to Journey to M.C. Hammer(hey, what 10 year old kid in 1991 wasn’t...

April 27th, 2015

20th Century Fox’s Night At The Museum Series Goes Out On A Low Note With Its Last Installment

Photo Courtesy: 20th Century Fox/20th Century Fox Home Entertainment Written by: Philip Sayblack When it originally debuted in theaters late in 2014, Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb ended up being pulled not long after its original run. It comes across as no surprise that it was pulled so quickly. That’s because it is just a hollow shell of the movie that kicked off 20th Century Fox’s...

April 26th, 2015

Unifier Exhibits Great Creative Depth On Its New EP

Photo Courtesy: Spartan Records Written by: Philip Sayblack North Carolina-based rock act Unifier recently released its latest EP Gutted. The five-track disc, released via independent label Spartan Records, offers audiences eighteen minutes of music that emo fans and of the noise rock genre will assuredly appreciate. They will appreciate the record both for its musical side and its deep lyrical...

April 25th, 2015

Moments of Clarity and Hilarity: Matty’s Hangout with Capture The Crown

Written by: Matty Contributor’s Note:  What a difference an album and a new sound makes in a band!  Capture The Crown is doing it their way with the latest album entitled “Reign of Terror”, they can’t be any happier right now, then writing an album that they loved recording and releasing while obtaining fans everywhere they go on tour with their assault of a live performance...

April 25th, 2015

Ryan Reynolds Shines In Lionsgate’s New Horror/Thriller

Photo Courtesy: Lionsgate Written by: Philip Sayblack Ryan Reynolds’ new horror flick The Voices is one of the most disturbing and unsettling movies in its genre to be released so far this year. The movie is billed as a dark comedy. But on a deeper level, it is a much deeper, troubling story that stands completely apart from all of the other slasher flicks that crowd theaters each year. What’s...

April 23rd, 2015

Blackberry Smoke Holds All The Roses Among So Many Other Albums With Its Latest LP

Photo Courtesy: Rounder Records Written by: Philip Sayblack Atlanta, Georgia has been known for decades as one of America’s major hotbeds for musical talent. Much like Austin, Seattle, and Los Angeles it has produced some of the biggest names in the industry over the years. Those names come from nearly every genre of the music world. They include the likes of: Sevendust, Stuck Mojo, Collective...

April 22nd, 2015