One disturbing trend that has arisen over the last decade or so in the music industry is the gross amount of rock bands (and pop acts) that sound the same. Once a band with a defining sound makes a mark in the mainstream, major labels will flock to any other act that has a close resemblance in the way they sound.
Hide, Seek and Destroy [EP] (2006)
The First Cuts [EP] (2006)
We're Not Robots... (2006)
Metal Massacre XIII (2006)
Deadstar Assembly was formed in 2001, by Luis Duran. He wanted to create a techno/metal sound, and that’s exactly what he got.
If you’re a fan of rock or metal music on any level, you’re bound to have at least heard of the band Slipknot. Well, Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor has been active with his other band Stone Sour.
When we hear the world rock and roll, we usually think of a few key things. Think about it for a moment, it’s most likely that you’ll think of such rock staples as the electric guitar, leather jackets and tight jeans and four guys with attitude performing their songs on a stage before a huge crowd of people. When we associate such an image with a band, we might think of...
Picture this: You’re in a dark room with lights flashing on and off and it’s extremely loud. Right in front of you stands eight fear provoking men wearing matching clothes and black and white masks that resemble characters from the Spawn comic book. While it might sound like I’m describing a child’s worst nightmare, I’m actually portraying...
All I can say is WOW, this CD is fucking top notch. I heard their EP called Superheroes a while back and it was pretty solid, but this CD brings the band to a whole new level. The piano at the beginning of the CD on the track called "Sacrifice" sounds so bad-ass and then it kicks into this crazy heavy guitar riff and harmonizes perfectly with…