Ellefson Coffee Company To Mark Its Expansion Next Month With Hometown Party

Courtesy: O'Donnell Media Group By Philip Sayblack Ellefson Coffee Company is expanding its presence in its hometown, and its founder will be on hand to help mark the occasion.  . Dace Ellefson, the company’s founder (and Megadeth bassist) will return to his hometown (and his company’s home town) Nov. 18 to celebrate the birthday of Kat’s Hog Heaven, the latest of the town’s local retailers...

October 31st, 2017
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Pustulus Maximus of GWAR sits down with MUEN Magazine on what makes Pustulus happy!

Written by: Matty Contributor’s Note:  Recently, GWAR unleashed “The Blood Of Gods” onto the masses.  Pustulus came to us to talk to us about the record, Donald Trump, and many other gruesome and gory details about life in general.  Check out GWAR on tour supporting “The Blood Of Gods” with Doyle, He Is Legend, and U.S. Bastards his winter.  Tour dates will be...

October 29th, 2017
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‘Live in Prague’ Will “Score” With Zimmer’s Fans And Movie Buffs Alike

Courtesy: Eagle Rock Entertainment By Philip Sayblack Hans Zimmer is one of the most respected and sought after composers in the entertainment industry today.  With credits reaching all the way back to 1982’s Moonlighting, which starred Jeremy Irons, and as recent as 2017’s Genius, which recently aired on National Geographic Channel and starred Johnny Flynn and Geoffrey Rush as the young and...

October 29th, 2017
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‘Live At The Hollywood Bowl’ Is A Special Landmark Event

Courtesy: Eagle Rock Entertainment By Philip Sayblack Jeff Beck is, without a shadow of a doubt, one of the most important figures in mainstream music’s modern history.  He has spent half a century making music that has made fans of millions worldwide thanks to his solo work and his work as a member of the Yardbirds.  Last summer, Beck celebrated that mark by entertaining audiences with a very...

October 27th, 2017
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Through Fire Announces New Live Dates

Courtesy: O'Donnell Media Group By Philip Sayblack Through Fire is headed back out on the road. The band recently announced it will embark on a new headlining tour beginning Tuesday, Nov. 28 in Ringle, WI.  The nearly three-week long tour, dubbed the “2017 Breakout Tour,” will see the band make its way through the Midwest and southwest through Dec. 16 in Omaha, NE. Dangerkids, Righteous Vendetta...

October 23rd, 2017
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‘Infinite’ Proves Deep Purple’s Legacy Will Live On Forever

Courtesy: earMusic By Philip Sayblack More than 40 years ago Deep Purple first formed in Hertfordshire, England. Throughout the band’s life, it would see — like so many bands – its own share of highs and lows. Through it all, the band has managed to release some 20 albums, remaining one of the rock community’s most influential names along the way thanks to that body of work.  The latest of...

October 22nd, 2017
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Slipknot Tops Itself Again On Its Latest Live Recording

Courtesy: Eagle Rock Entertainment By Philip Sayblack he Day of the Gusanoi is almost upon us.  This Friday, Oct. 20, the sun will rise on the day of the maggot when Eagle Rock Entertainment releases Slipknot’s new live recording Day of the GUsano in stores and online.  This latest live offering from the nine-man metal machine from Des Moines, IA is arguably the band’s best live recording to...

October 18th, 2017
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STICK FIGURES – Part One / Tommy Craig (The Pat Travers Band)

STICK FIGURES – Part One Tommy Craig (The Pat Travers Band) Written by: Christopher Long *Contributor’s note: “Stick Figures” is a six-part series featuring personal interviews I’ve conducted recently with drummers who I believe to be some of the most exciting players on today’s rock scene. Some of the artists will be members of iconic, platinum-selling bands, while others are “laying...

October 15th, 2017
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The Eradicator Self-Titled Record: an Album about Squash, Pussheads, and How Sports Suck, and It’s Awesome!

Written by: Matty The beauty of old-school punk and hardcore is that there is literally no conformity and no formula in the music.  Bands like Social Distortion screamed about “how all they wanted was a Pepsi” and The Offspring talks about how they were just a sucker with no self-esteem.  It is songs that strangely stick to you and strangely in a most unusual way become your anthem. ...

October 15th, 2017
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Trevor McNevan of Thousand Foot Krutch Discusses Taking A Break and Untraveled Roads with MUEN Magazine!

Written by: Matty Contributor’s Note:  It was humbling getting to talk with one of the most underrated vocalists in rock music today in Trevor McNevan of Thousand Foot Krutch.  On September 15th, they have released a live album entitled “Untraveled Roads”, and it was taken from a Winter Jam live concert performance.  In the live recording, listeners immediately notice that...

October 15th, 2017
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