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Everybody who follows rap knows that Tech N9ne is the number one independent rapper in the world. Since his humble beginnings in 1991, he has taken the world by storm (and has done so on his terms). His style is raw, his lyrics profound, and his fierce loyalty to his…
It’s a Family Affair at the STAY HUMAN HARVEST BALL. Michael Franti has found a subtle, yet effective way to incorporate many of his passions while sharing his art of music at the newest venue in town. On a Fall afternoon in Denver, Wynkoop Alley was filled with food and…
In the year and a half since their debut album Disobey, Bad Wolves have enjoyed a very well-deserved rise to prominence in the metal scene today. Buoyed by the massive success of their Cranberries cover, “Zombie”, along with their incessant touring, their mark has been made. Their sophomore album N.A.T.I.O.N.…
It’s been almost a decade since the first time I saw Jesse Keeler & Al-P, the Canadian duo known as MSTRKRFT (pronounced “Master-Craft”). Nearly 10 years after they played at Los Angeles’ last Electric Daisy Carnival in 2010, they were back in LA. Academy LA was hosting MSTRKRFT’s EP debut…
Sabaton, the Power Metal contingent from Falun, Sweden, brought their songs of warfare, heroism and self-sacrifice to Roseland Theater in Portland, Oregon. Through the years they have fully embraced their role as a powerful force within the Modern Metal world. They are out promoting their latest release, the WWI-inspired, The…
Sitting in the all-to-common traffic I experienced while driving over to the City National Grove of Anaheim for the UFO and Armored Saint show Thursday afforded me plenty of time to reminisce. You see, my formidable years happened to be during the 80’s when the Metal/Hard Rock scene literally exploded.…
Three decades have passed since Queensrÿche left their massive footprint on Rock with their impressive album, Operation: Mindcrime and a lot has happened since then. We all know the story about Geoff Tate's explosive departure from the band but through rough waters both Tate and his former band mates have…
Don’t look now, but Florida’s Alter Bridge has done it again. They’ve gone and finally put together their sixth album, entitled Walk the Sky and again the band has assembled what some just might call a masterpiece. For the last decade and a half, Alter Bridge has teased us with…
Tonight the crowd arrived early at the Observatory in Santa Ana, CA. Lines started forming in the early afternoon and rightfully so as tonight's event was Sold Out. Obituary was here to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of their debut album, Slowly We Rot. Tonight would prove to be a wild…
We all knew what we were in for as the line started to grow outside the historic Hawthorne Theatre in SouthEast Portland. References to Nakatomi Plaza and Nintendo blended in seamlessly with the dragons on the shirts of the audience eagerly awaiting for the doors to open. Tonight, being a…
Amon Amarth, the undisputed lords of Viking Death Metal, had there eyes set on Portland as their next target while promoting their latest album, Berzerker at the iconic Roseland Theatre. Along their conquest of North America they were joined by Arch Enemy, the famed Progressive, Melodic cross-over and At the…
The audience at the Bossanova Ballroom was beyond ecstatic upon the arrival of two of the greatest ambassadors of folk metal to arrive in Portland. The Wanderers Towards Rebirth Tour featured Eluveitie, the elegantly dressed, nine-member Swiss Folk ensemble who brought more instruments than I knew names of to the…
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