• Jul : 28 : 2016 - If These Trees Could Talk – ‘The Bones of a Dying World’ Album Review [Post-Rock]
  • Jul : 8 : 2016 - Interview with I PREVAIL! [Hard Rock, Hardcore]
  • Jun : 16 : 2016 - THE MAYAN FACTOR: In Depth Interview with Dan Angermaier
  • Jun : 10 : 2016 - Seethruskin EP Review
  • May : 27 : 2016 - Interview with Isdal Cadaver! [Melodic Death Metal]

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The Bones of a Dying World by If These Trees Could Talk Rating: 9.5/10 For Fans Of: Tool, Pelican, Russian Circles, Instrumental Rock   These   Read More ...

Bio: Since their formation in 2013, the Detroit-based band has quickly garnered a global fan base with their potent mixture of aggressive rock, electronic arrangements,   Read More ...

There’s no such thing as a ‘casual’ fan of The Mayan Factor. Those who have heard their music have been moved by their music. Since   Read More ...

Desolate, Desolate, Desolate / Skate Forever by Seethruskin   Whether you’re familiar with the namesake Jawbreaker song or not, you need to get familiar with   Read More ...

After the disbandment of his previous band The Crypt Alive, Walker Glenn continued to write melodic death metal on his own. He recorded with his   Read More ...

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Interview with I PREVAIL! [Hard Rock, Hardcore]

Bio: Since their formation in 2013, the Detroit-based band has quickly garnered a global fan base with their potent mixture of aggressive rock, electronic arrangements,   Read More ...

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If These Trees Could Talk – ‘The Bones of a Dying World’ Album Review [Post-Rock]

The Bones of a Dying World by If These Trees Could Talk Rating: 9.5/10 For Fans Of: Tool, Pelican, Russian Circles, Instrumental Rock   These   Read More ...

The Bones of a Dying World by If These Trees Could Talk Rating: 9.5/10 For Fans Of: Tool, Pelican, Russian Circles, Instrumental Rock   These guys are just brilliant. When I think of what (instrumental) post-rock should be, I think of If These Trees Could Talk. Hailing from (my hometown) of Akron, Ohio, these guys have been kicking ass since 2006. They carve the niche of the dedicated rock listeners   Read More ...

Bio: Since their formation in 2013, the Detroit-based band has quickly garnered a global fan base with their potent mixture of aggressive rock, electronic arrangements, and seamless melodic elements. Throughout the month of November, the band’s video for “Crossroads” will be broadcast in-store at 1700 Journeys retail stores. That clip, which premiered via the band’s hometown major daily newspaper the Detroit Free Press has been viewed 300,000 times. The video   Read More ...

There’s no such thing as a ‘casual’ fan of The Mayan Factor. Those who have heard their music have been moved by their music. Since the tragic death of the band’s vocalist Ray (Ray-Ray) Schuler in Feb of 2011 the band has been revitalized by the outpouring of support from the fans. They have released an album in december of2012 and have since found a new vocalist in Lenny Cerzosie   Read More ...

Bad Luck Prodigy are a alternative trio from Houston, TX. They recently released their EP, “Enlightenment” by teaming up with their producer and engineer, J.R. Paredes. Watch their interview with Ampkicker where they talk their debut EP –     Listen to the new EP here:   Enlightenment by Bad Luck Prodigy      

Desolate, Desolate, Desolate / Skate Forever by Seethruskin   Whether you’re familiar with the namesake Jawbreaker song or not, you need to get familiar with the one-man acoustic act Seethruskin. Consisting of 18 year old Dane York and his sticker-clad guitar, raw emotion reminiscent of past folk-punk eras pour out into his songs. Being compared to bands and acts like Pat the Bunny, Andrew Jackson Jihad, and Homeless Gospel Choir   Read More ...

Less than a month ago, alt-rock powerhouse Anchors and Alibis stunned fans with an absolutely amazing music video for their new single ‘Patience’. Teased on Facebook for nearly 2 months, fans waited faithfully to see just what the guys in A&A were up to, and from what I’ve seen, they weren’t disappointed. Fronted by an infectious guitar riff and perfectly executed melodies, ‘Patience’ grabs the attention of listeners from the   Read More ...

Thrice LIVE @ Marquee Theater 06/05/2016 Their new album ‘To Be Everywhere is To Be Nowhere‘ is out now.     Setlist: Hurricane Silhouette Of Dust and Nations All the World Is Mad Black Honey Backdraft The Long Defeat Wood and Wire The Sky Is Falling Treading Paper Daedalus Cold Cash and Colder Hearts Hold Fast Hope Blood on the Sand Death From Above Anthology For Miles   Encore: The   Read More ...

After the disbandment of his previous band The Crypt Alive, Walker Glenn continued to write melodic death metal on his own. He recorded with his former TCA bandmate Parker Long, who excitedly agreed to play bass for his new project. Parker recruited former TCA bandmate Jay Woodall to reprise his guitarist role, and the lineup was finished with former Cauterize The Soul drummer Shelby McMullen. Later on, Walker had decided   Read More ...

Bad Luck Prodigy is an alternative rock trio out of Houston, TX.   The guys were kind enough to sit down with us to answer some questions about the band and their upcoming EP.   When did BLP form   Nick: In the start of our freshan year of high school, so around fall 2010, I started up a jazz club and got really frustrated with the guys I was   Read More ...

Phoenix, Arizona band Damn the Weather just released a new single entitles ‘Poltergeist’ which you can listen to below.   Bio: A fusion of four separate bands (Houston in the Blind, A Dead Belief, The Skeleton Keys & The Hollow), Damn the Weather! is a group that is charmingly schizophrenic. Their style shifts like tectonic plates, creating an ever-evolving sound that is nearly impossible to pigeon-hole. Featuring three separate songwriters   Read More ...

Anchors & Alibis are a distinctive new rock band originating in Birmingham, UK. After supporting the likes of Dorje and playing various shows around their local scene, Anchors & Alibis are growing strong, in terms of both performance and sounds, combining their intimate clean vocals with their heavy rock vibe.   Where does the name Anchors and Alibis originate from?   The band name was a name that was thrown   Read More ...

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