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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“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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Adrenaline Mob’s New LP Will Unite The Metal Nation Worldwide

Courtesy: Century Media Records By Philip Sayblack Early last month, hard rock outfit Adrenaline Mob returned with its latest full-length album We the People.  The band’s third full-length studio recording, it was released June 2 via Century Media Records. Listening to this 13-song record, it can be said that the band is back with a purpose, providing listeners 63 minutes of pure hard rock compositions...

July 12th, 2017
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“Loneliness Leaves The Light On For Me” by Aviator, a wall of sound!

On June 23rd, Aviator, out of Boston, Massachusetts released their sophomore LP entitled “Loneliness Leaves The Light On For Me” via No Sleep Records.  This record brings back the feelings of old school Thrice mixed with At The Drive In. “Loneliness Leaves The Light On For Me” begins with a dirty, gritty, grimy track entitled “I Wanna Make Movies, Heather”. ...

July 10th, 2017
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Tommy Victor Is In His Prime On His Latest Prong Recording

Courtesy: Steamhammer/SPV Records By Philip Sayblack Later this month, Prong will release its latest album to the masses, and the record, Zero Days, is one of this year’s top new hard rock and metal offerings.  The record, the 12th full-length studio recording from Tommy Victor and his ever-rotating roster of fellow musicians, is everything that audiences have come to expect from Prong – heavy...

July 9th, 2017
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Killset’s Sophomore Album Will Leave Aggro-Rock Fans Making Plenty Of Noise

Courtesy: Scratched Records By Philip Sayblack The wait is almost over. After nearly two years of touring and crafting new songs, Killset will soon release its sophomore album S.T.F.U. The ten-song, 43-minute record is a solid new effort from the independent Southern California-based band.  That is evidenced through arrangements that will appeal to fans of Limp Bizkit, Taproot, Staind and other agro-rock...

June 20th, 2017
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Eagle Rock, The Who Shine Again With Band’s Latest Live Recording

Courtesy: Eagle Rock Entertainment By Philip Sayblack Veteran rock band The Who’s latest live recording Live at the Isle of Wight Festival 2004 is one of this year’s top new live recordings.  The concert, originally recorded June 11, 2004 during the band’s headlining performance of the festivals’ second night, this recording is yet another standout performance from one of the greatest names...

June 18th, 2017
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“The Mission” by Styx, a true throwback!

On June 16th, Styx fans and classic rock fans the world over will not have to wait any longer.  Styx decided that 14 years in between albums is a long enough wait as they will be releasing “The Mission” worldwide via Alpha Dog 2T/UMe!  In the meantime, fans can pre-order the album at any digital retail outlet and at www.styxworld.com. As I was thinking about the recent history of...

June 12th, 2017
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“Cold World” by Frontline

On June 2nd, Chicago rockers Frontline released their full-length debut album entitled “Cold World” via Shock Records/Vanity Music Group. After leaving A.D.D., Jason Delismon, under the tutelage of Mike Nowak, decided to form Frontline after a series of writing sessions.  It has been Frontline’s mission to write meaningful songs and to make audiences feel different after their...

June 6th, 2017
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“Full Circle” by Great White, familiar yet full of flair!

On June 2nd, legendary 80’s hard-rock band Great White has released “Full Circle” to the masses.  The thing that I always look for is the luster and the swagger that 80’s hard rock/metal acts knowingly possess is still there when they release an offering.  That question was quickly answered with this release. As I’m getting to know Terry Ilous as vocalist(MUEN...

June 6th, 2017
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