Heavy Lies The Crown (2007)
The Bedlam In Goliath (2008)
The Clash Live: Revolution Rock (2008)
Inevitable Collapse In The Presence Of Conviction (2008)
From Mars To Sirius is the third album from French rockers Gojira. The success of their first two independent albums led to a label signing and the resulting international exposure of From Mars To Sirius. The four-piece (which uses English vocals/lyrics) have a unique metal style which is a blend of death, trash, and prog.
Downtown Battle Mountain (2007)
Have you heard UK based electro-rockers Pendulum yet? The band has been causing a stir overseas playing the festival circuit and opening the Projekt Revolution show which also features Linkin Park and Jay-Z. They formed in their home-town of Perth (Western Australia) in 2002, when producers Rob Swire and Gareth McGrillen teamed up with acclaimed local DJ Paul 'El Hornet' Harding.
It seems as though no matter how hard we try, we just can’t quite escape the golden age of the 1990s. The 1990s brought us the grunge and alternative rock revolution and although it ended some time ago, this music has remained extremely popular on the radio and in the media. Most of the important players of this time...
Bring Me Your Love (2008)
ASHES dIVIDE is the brainchild of guitarist and producer Billy Howerdel. Music fans know him as the founding member and producer of A Perfect Circle who featured Tool’s Maynard James Keenan on vocals as well as members of Smashing Pumpkins, Queens of the Stone Age and Marilyn Manson. Rather than simply rest on the multi-platinum success of...
Do you sometimes sit at home on a lonely night, letting your mind wander the sacred depths of your brain, and wonder, what happened to monumental southern rock?
In rock and roll music, heavy metal music or really any music for that matter, it seems to be that one of the most prominent challenges in an artist’s career is releasing their second record. The sophomore CD as it is referred to is tricky business; sometimes it turns out better and more popular than the first release but often times for whatever reason, it doesn’t catch on with fans.
Remember the good old days of thrash metal? You know, when Metallica was actually a good band? It seems like eons ago that ‘80s thrash metal was the new big thing, an era dominated by the likes of Slayer, Iron Maiden, Megadeth and Judas Priest. Despite the fact that most of these bands are still together, still touring and from time to time...