Twenty-six years ago the western Canadian cover music scene, which had an incredible boom in the 80’s, was starting to get stale. The venues demanded that in order to play there the cover bands needed to play from a very standardized playlist.
The Age of Electric March 31, 2017 Union Hall, Edmonton, AB Photo Credit: Heiko Ryll INTERVIEW HERE
The Everyday Losers are destined for greatness! Their album “Before You Say A Word” will go down in Indiana modern rock history as an album that takes rock n’ roll back to its dangerously exciting roots and keeps rock n roll alive thanks to it’s supercharged guitar solos […]
The fall is coming along with cooler temperatures but the music and new releases are just starting. On the cover, we have an interview with Johnny Richter about his new […]
Beloved rock band THE AGE OF ELECTRIC have announced their first show together in 17 years with their full, original line-up. The band will perform one show at the Marquee […]
Melbourne-based hard rock/grunge/sludge/alternative metal outfit The Charge are returning (after a 12 month hiatus of playing live!) in July with a hard-out rock single, ‘Acid in My Veins” – for release […]
Article By Matt Baggins From Julys Vandala Magazine – READ MORE REVIEWS HERE It’s 4 in the morning in Benton, Pennsylvania, normal people are asleep, preparing to go to the 9 […]
What do Sir Elton John, Trent Reznor, and Dave Grohl have in common? Like Clockwork, the latest release from Queens Of the Stone Age. Their sixth studio album, Like Clockwork […]