‘The Wings Of War’ Is Another Powerful Musical Salvo From Overkill

Courtesy: Nuclear Blast Records By Philip Sayblack Don’t fix what’s not broken.  We all know and have used that old adage more than once in our lives, including the members of the veteran thrash metal outfit Overkill.  It is an adage that the band’s members have used from one album to the next over the course of now more than 30 years.  While the band has maintained a very distinct sound from...

April 13th, 2019

ICYMI: Check Out One Up’s Music Video for “Paid And Laid” here!

One Up, Detroit’s newest pop punk band, is thrilled to share their debut single and music video, “Laid and Paid,” premiering exclusively on New Noise Magazine. The video was directed by Branden Lee Keller and is a humorous parody of typical country music motifs: cowboy boots, pick-up trucks, and tire swings. The song was mixed and mastered by Romesh Dodangoda (Bring Me The Horizon,...

March 29th, 2018
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‘Thunderbolt’ Is An “Electrifying” New Effort From Veteran Rock Act Saxon

Courtesy: Militia Guard (Silver Lining Music) By Philip Sayblack Veteran hard rock act Saxon has, for more than four decades, been entertaining audiences the world over with its own brand of music. Considered by most to be one of the leaders of the New Wave of British Heavy Metal, the band has easily maintained a place for itself the entire time both in the rock realm and within the musical universe...

March 1st, 2018
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‘Under Cover’ Will Appeal To Motorhead, Rock Fans Alike

By Philip Sayblack Courtesy: Motorhead Music Almost two years ago, the rock world lost one of its great icons when Motorhead front man Lemmy Kilmister died from cancer.  When he died, that effectively put an end to one of the musical universe’s greatest acts.  That meant no more new Motorhead music.  Earlier this month though, Motorhead Music–the band’s own label–released a new collection...

September 22nd, 2017
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Zombie Motors Wrecking Yard’s Debut LP Is Good, Not “Super”

Courtesy: Napalm Records By Philip Sayblack Zombie Motors Wrecking Yard’s debut album Supersonic Rock ’N Roll is a good start for the Australian hard-rock outfit.  However it is not as super as its title leads listeners to believe.  Even with that in mind, listeners should know that while not a total success, it is also not a total loss.  That is thanks in part to the musical arrangements presented...

April 30th, 2017
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