Art Of Anarchy Announces New Live Dates

Courtesy: O'Donnell Media Group By Philip Sayblack Art of Anarchy has announced new live dates in support of its new album The Madness. The band announced this week it will embark on a short string of live dates next month beginning April 3 in Amityville, N.Y. The nearly month-long schedule takes the band to the Midwest and into the Southwest and also into Canada, eventually winding down April...

March 26th, 2017
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“Salting Earth” by Richie Kotzen, an aficionado: A Review!

On April 14th, 2017 guitarist extraordinaire Richie Kotzen will be releasing his 21st solo album entitled “Salting Earth”. When I think of the term “Salting Earth”, I think of breathing life into the Earth and its surroundings.  I think of lush melodies, arrangements that breathe new life into the rock scene, and just absolute and total power in the guitar riffs and licks. Richie...

March 24th, 2017
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“Veracity” by Backwordz, step aside sheeple, a review!

Music that challenges your thinking, lyrics that are a call to arms to want to change and revolutionize the world, and music that makes you want to go crazy in the pit.  I’m introducing you to Backwordz. Out of Dallas, Texas comes a band that has had enough with the system, with the powers that be in our government, and the powers that be that go beyond our government, along with the smoke...

March 24th, 2017
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“Heavy Thoughts” by For The Win, authenticity is discovered, A Review!

On April 14th, Artery Recordings will be releasing “Heavy Thoughts” by For The Win, victories will be ensuing when this bombshell of an album is released! I have missed the era where punk was catchy and infectious, and it was about driving with the windows rolled down and one would blare the music so loud that the speakers would start getting crackling and distorted before we knew...

March 22nd, 2017
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Remada Releases ‘A Better Tomorrow’ Video

Courtesy: O'Donnell Media Group By Philip Sayblack Rock outfit Remada released its latest single and video this week. The Chicago, IL-based band unveiled the video for its single ‘Better Tomorrow’ on Tuesday via Bravewords.  The song is taken from the band’s upcoming EP, which is currently due out April 29.  Its lyrical message comes across as one that empowers listeners to never give...

March 22nd, 2017
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Randomness and “Life”: Conversation with Eric Davidson, vocalist of Dead Horse Trauma

It was a blustery, yet warm evening in Iowa.  It’s something only us Iowans understand so deal with it.  Dead Horse Trauma is setting up shop to tear down Spicoli’s Rockade in Waterloo, Iowa.  I was fighting the flu during this time, rundown on virtually no sleep, yet Eric Davidson was gracious enough to donate his time to talk to me for this interview.  In this interview, you will get...

March 20th, 2017
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Judas Priest Album Re-Issue Is A “Turbo”-Charged Release

Courtesy: Columbia Records/Legacy Recordings By Philip Sayblack It might be hard for some to believe, but 30 years have passed since veteran hard rock band Judas Priest released its landmark album Turbo.  In celebration of the anniversary, Columbia Records and Legacy Records partnered to re-issue the album last month with some added bonuses.  Those bonuses—a pair of live recordings–will be discussed...

March 19th, 2017
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REMARK’s Self-Titled Effort, changing the music landscape, a Review!

When people think of Moscow, Russia in a word-association game, people think of the Kremlin, Vladimir Putin, and the gulags in Siberia.  I think about the Monsters of Rock festival that Metallica and Pantera are known for that attracted a million people as the Russian army is providing the security.  I think of people that want freedom of expression and freedom of change.  REMARK, out of Moscow,...

March 19th, 2017
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Eve To Adam’s New LP Takes Listeners On An Enjoyable Musical Journey

Courtesy: Rocktagon Worldwide Music By Philip Sayblack Hard rock outfit Eve To Adam has been on quite the voyage since originally forming in 2001 in New York.  From lineup and label changes to struggles getting albums released to playing with some of rock’s biggest names past and present, this band has seen the highest of highs and the lowest of lows throughout its life.  So it makes sense that...

March 18th, 2017
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Your Chance To Die To Release Its Next Album Via EMP Label Group

Courtesy: EMP Label Group By Philip Sayblack Megadeth bassist Dave Ellefson’s EMP Label Group is set has added yet another new name to its roster, and that name will release its next album via Ellefson’s label this spring. Death metal outfit Your Chance To Die will release its latest full-length studio recording Ex Nihilo on Friday, April 21.  The record, the band’s third full-length studio...

March 18th, 2017
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