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Whether its Billie Holiday, N.W.A., or Rage Against The Machine, each social movement throughout our history has had its share of complimentary protest music. Often inspired by pain, but somehow conveying hope, this music transcends genre and generations alike. In 2020, Run The Jewels’ cements their name in the history…
The most recent outing by Magnus Karlsson’s Free Fall, We Are the Night, is as sophisticated as it is dark and riotous. Like Karlsson’s other albums from this project, We Are the Night, features a variety of vocalists with Karlsson covering an assortment of instrumental and vocal roles. This album…
The future of going to a concert and rocking out to your favorite band with all your buddies is uncertain. With most of the world in some sort of lock-down for the foreseeable future, bands, artists, crew, and the industry as a whole are trying to figure out how to…
Fresh out of self-quarantine and cruising down the highway in the Pacific Northwest, my feet are compelled to start tapping as the electrifying beat blasts from my speakers. The volume on my van’s stereo is cranked and the warmth of the sun has finally made an appearance through the clouds,…
I feel fortunate enough to be able to review Asking Alexandria’s new album, Like A House On Fire for a couple of reasons. First off, because they are pioneers in the metal world. There are so many bands that try to bend their sound/genre and most fail but Asking Alexandria…
Coronavirus Sucks. Quarantine sucks. Everything about 2020 seems to suck. While we were all cooped up inside, DaBaby came to the rescue with a surprise album, Blame It On Baby. Smack dab in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, DaBaby struck when the iron was hot and hit us with…
When I was growing up, my dad would have Tech N9ne blasting in the truck. I really didn’t know how much I liked him until I really started listening to his music as I got older. It’s a cool thing when you hear an artist at such a young age…
In a world of VHS, one-liners and enough movie montages to make you want to sprint up the closest flight of stairs, the 80’s vision of the future always promised one thing: It wouldn’t be pretty. Yes, we’d have our flying cars however, our cities would ultimately burn and smolder…
Let’s not waste any time and recognize that there is absolutely nothing wrong with this latest release from Metal Church. If anything, I would say everything is right and will hit home for many of you fans out there. From front to back, From The Vault delivers everything that you…
Who would have guessed that we’d live through a time where the release of a Thrash Metal album would return a sense of normalcy to our lives? Testament has just dropped their thirteenth album, and for me, it’s provided a welcome respite from this pandemic that has so thoroughly turned…
Redwood Hill’s last installment to their epic trilogy is simply breathtaking. Their recently released double album, Ender, completes a dark journey that began back in 2012 and showcases the band’s incredible evolution and growth during that period of time. Redwood Hill is masterful at channeling their inner turmoil through powerful…
Originally formed in 1977 and hailing from Nakkila, Finland, the NWOBHM-inspired, Scandinavian Metal outfit, OZ has reemerged with their 8th studio album. The band has weathered many tumultuous storms after the initial success of their prominent 1983 album, Fire in the Brain. With numerous line-up changes throughout their career as…
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