Before writing this review, I was over on Stratovarius's Facebook page reading comments about the first video, Shine In The Dark, from the forthcoming album ... [ Read More ]
Sometimes I have to laugh at the copy that PR agents or label management write about their bands. Some are minimalist giving you just the facts like the band ... [ Read More ]
Every band should get off to a great start. At least most every band wishes they could. Maybe even the push that Canadian trio Blurred Vision has been getting for their ... [ Read More ]
And then there were five. Gekko Projekt was once a collective of four male musicians Vance Gloster (k), Peter Matuchniak (g), Rick Meadows (b), and Alan Smith (d), all with ... [ Read More ]
It appears I haven't been keeping up with Imperial State Electric. Guess I should move to Sweden to get more reliable band updates. It seems that ISE has ... [ Read More ]
As if he isn't busy enough with Threshold, but drummer Johanne James has found time to revive his other gig, Kyrbgrinder. Sure, it's been five years since a ... [ Read More ]
As album titles go, The Art of Living may not be the most inspired choice in the world. It has a certain adolescent ring to it, like the sort of thing you’d expect to find ... [ Read More ]
Hailing from Germany, Black Space Riders say they're part of the New Wave of Heavy Psychedelic Space Rock. Yeah. I know. I'm scratching my head too. When did ... [ Read More ]
One of the common elements or trademarks of progressive rock is the ubiquitous concept album. The songs within the album revolve around a common theme or idea ... [ Read More ]
With such a proliferation of new music being churned out on a daily basis, finding that one truly exciting release isn’t always the easiest thing to achieve these days ... [ Read More ]
Kelly Keeling's been around the block, more than a few times. Rising to somewhat obscure notoriety in Louisiana band Baton Rouge in the early Nineties, Keeling has been ... [ Read More ]
And then there were five. Gekko Projekt was once a collective of four male musicians Vance Gloster (k), Peter Matuchniak (g), Rick Meadows (b), and Alan Smith (d), all with a love for melodic progressive rock. The cut one album so far ... [ Read More ]
If you're listening to a rock star in order to get your information on who to vote for, you're a bigger moron than they are. Why are we rock stars? Because we're morons. We sleep all day, we play music at night and very rarely do we sit around reading the Washington Journal.
Hard rock will always be hard rock, but you don't really know what is rock - and what isn't - anymore. I don't consider a lot of the pop things I hear on the radio to be rock n' roll. It's just kind of fragmented.
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