Current Whitesnake guitarist Joel Hoekstra breaks out from his night job to offer a solo project, Joel Hoekstra's 13 and a new album, Dying To Live. Besides his association ... [ Read More ]
It seems with Germany's Ivanhoe consistent productivity is sporadic, one or two albums then a period of silence. And their personnel have been changes have been ... [ Read More ]
Formed by guitarist Dave Harvey (Aska) in 2010, Millennial Reign has been traveling under the radar in the American metal underground. While this is my first ... [ Read More ]
While the Teramaze history dates back to the early Nineties, the band has really only come into it's own in the last several years. Their output has been consistent, with ... [ Read More ]
Preparing for this review, I looked back at the Zak Stevens' Circle II Circle career. To my surprise, in the twelve years since it's creation, Zak and crew have released ... [ Read More ]
Gentlemans Pistols, formed by vocalist and guitarist James Atkison, has been out and about the UK since 2003. In twelve years, the band has had a few personnel ... [ Read More ]
I probably shouldn't linger too long on this review. We both have other things we would like to be doing. Suffice to say, there is little that I enjoyed about Zierler's ... [ Read More ]
We're meant to be impressed. I'm sure of it. Melted Space is the creation of Pierre Le Pape, a French composer and multi-instrumentalist with a master's degree in ... [ Read More ]
Alright, I'm a bit perplexed by Trancemission's latest and fifth album, Paranoia. Enough so, I can't conjure up a clever introduction to this review. I want to ... [ Read More ]
Power Theory, based in nearby Philadelphia, is more than a little misplaced in time and place. You see, Power Theory plays classic heavy power metal, you know ... [ Read More ]
The history of Michael Monroe and Hanoi Rocks is one of classic rock legend, tales of success and general degenerate rock n roll musical debauchery ... [ Read More ]
Though I lived through the day, I never cared much for W.A.S.P. back in the day. Between them and Motley Crue and their goofy sadomasochistic pseudo-Satanic leather posturing, they seemed only cheap imitations of Alice Cooper's ... [ 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.
Source: Google Analytics