One of the finest progressive rock band in North America, Mystery from Canada, returns with a new album, Delusional Rain. And as you might suspect, with the vocal ... [ Read More ]
Known as the longest active metal band from Cyprus, Armageddon Rev 16:16 returns with their second album, Heartless Soul, now signed to Steel ... [ Read More ]
With a cursory scan of the Internet, even before their first album is released, some are calling Phantasma a symphonic supergroup. There's good reason for some ... [ Read More ]
I'm not sure how the band name came about. Maybe the founders, Peter Sundvall (v) and Mats Stattin (rg), were naked together in a Swedish hot tub bobbing for ... [ Read More ]
Okay. I've got to get if off my chest. Here we go again, another female-fronted melodic and symphonic heavy metal band. This time it's Imperia, a multi-national band ... [ Read More ]
Alright. Diviner is a new band in the heavy metal universe. Coming from Athens Greece, and formed by friends, vocalist Yiannis Papanikolaou and guitarist ... [ Read More ]
When the promotional invitation appeared in my inbox for Katana's new album The Greatest Victory, my first reaction was, "I wondered what happened to this band?" The ... [ Read More ]
After a few years of absence, Philly's The Tea Club returns with a new album, Grappling. As usual with their progressive rock, you're transported into a past time ... [ Read More ]
Getting something of a reboot from signing to a label, Coffee Jingle Records, UK metal band Ravenous will be releasing their first album, We Are Become Death ... [ Read More ]
Likely one of Austria's most legendary hard and heavy acts, No Bros is back with a new album Metal Marines. The lion share of their success occured between 1982 and ... [ Read More ]
Sometimes you never know why. But some time between Iris Divine's latest album Karma Sown, released earlier this year, and his new debut project Shumaun ... [ Read More ]
With a cursory scan of the Internet, even before their first album is released, some are calling Phantasma a symphonic supergroup. There's good reason for some such speculation. Phantasma features the collaboration of founders ... [ Read More ]
What most people don't understand is that UFOs are on a cosmic tourist route. That's why they're always seen in Arizona, Scotland, and New Mexico. Another thing to consider is that all three of those destinations are good places to play golf. So there's possibly some connection between aliens and golf.
Why be boring? Have some fun. Rock shows should be like movies: I don't go to a movie hoping it'll change my life.
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