Are you an obsessed horror movie fanatic that also craves retro 80’s Metal love ballads and you’re also currently going through a break up and possibly in need of kick-ass music to help cope with your heart being ripped in half by a recent significant other?!
I consider myself someone that has watched a ton of music videos. Rarely am I moved. Sure, I am entertained, but rarely am I moved. After watching Yoke Lore’s “Good Pain” music video, I sat […]
Yoke Lore The Chapel, San Francisco, CA Friday, October 13, 2017 Photo Credit: Cielo de la Paz via Vandala Magazine Read Article HERE
Interview, shows, reviews and more interviews! What a busy month. We caught up with Johan Soderberg of Amon Amarth, along with Napalm Death, Stella Vander of Magma, Harley Flanagan, Mac […]
Barrence Whitfield is an old school yelper in the tradition of Screamin’ Jay Hawkins, Screamin’ Joe Neal and Bunker Hill. His backing band, The Savages, play a kinetic version of rock n’ roll that mixes blues, rockabilly, punk rock and r&b.[…]
Hordes of people flocked to Commonwealth Stadium on a very rainy Sunday night to catch the notorious rock ‘n rollers, A.K.A the infamous thunder from down under, AC/DC as they bashed their way into Edmonton, Alberta on the ‘Rock Or Bust’ tour.
AC/DC Commonwealth Stadium Edmonton, AB September 20th, 2015 Photo Credit Dana Zuk Photography Full Article Here © All Rights Reserved 2015
My first memory of Nirvana was in early April, 1994. I was ten years old. I was at school and we had ‘library time’ with the kids in my class and class above ours. I came in and saw a group of kids sitting around one of those big, grey, rectangular tape decks with a pair of coil corded, oversized […]
It’s no secret to anyone with at least one foot in the metal core and hardcore punk scene that Deez Nuts are one of the biggest acts to come out of Australia, which as a region has earned a rather formidable reputation. JJ Peter’s affiliations with I Killed The Prom Queen aside, it is perhaps for these reasons that their fourth album, “Word Is Bond”, comes off as well polished but somewhat tepid.
Perhaps the most enduring pop culture anti-hero of the 90’s, Marylyn Manson has sculpted himself a throne of social scorn that is so enduring that neither time, nor the mid diminishing returns of the 2000’s can shake the foundation of it. Even as a fan who was naiveté….