I have never been a huge Foo Fighters fan. I honestly felt Dave Grohl was a bit of a hack. I have always felt that the very essence of some rock groups is in their acoustic abilities. It can be easy to go out and play with loud and barely tuned guitars and sound fairly good. It’s another thing to go out and strip your songs down to finely tuned acoustical instruments.
Them VS. You VS. Me (2007)
Even In The Darkest Places (2006)
Death Metal is a genre which hails from Europe, and as many people know, there aren’t really a lot of bands from North America that can match the pure talent of these European groups. Year of Desolation however, is an exception. Straight out of the home of the Indy 500, the band hails from Indianapolis, Indiana and just…
It’s not often that bands come around who can push the both their own musical limits and a genre’s sonic capabilities quite like Hopesfall. All with the same goal in mind, the band has brought influences and concepts from all regions into the music they lay out. Appealing to fans of heavy music with heavier guitars on their new album Magnetic North, they have also continued to keep their melodic tones with trippy guitars and soaring lyrics. Continuing to push the limits of the music scene, Hopesfall is gaining a larger fan base each day giving them the potential to be the next heavyweights of the hardcore and emo worlds.
This is one of the craziest Death Metal CDs of 2006, hands down! All Shall Perish are back with their full length album The Price Of Existence. And let me tell you, when I found out I was getting this I almost shat blood from my belly button... in a good way! HAHAHA. This band will rock your socks off and if they don’t, then you have no taste in metal.
This is a review on a killer band that I just heard for my first time not too long ago. They go by the name of The Ocean and they are simply put, amazing! The CD is so heavy that it will leave your ears ringing with a smile. The band is such a tight bunch of musicians and the 10 songs on this new album Aeolian are outstanding.
Hellbound and Heartless (2006)
When Silence Is Broken The Night Is Torn (2006)
The Book of Mourning (2006)
The Black Keys are back with a new album and with a new label. There may be a hint of newness about the band, but the sound is still the same old fashioned noise. Typical of their lo-fi sound, The Black Keys do not dissapoint and Dan Auerbach has possibly got an even better sound with him now and some of the riffs…
III: In The Eyes Of Fire (2006)
A Prelude to Our Demise (2007)
One sub-genre of heavy rock and metal music that has recently enjoyed a resurgence of sorts is death metal. Death metal is maybe the most ferocious and extreme type of metal music, combining brutally hard and loud guitars with gut wrenching vocal styles. This genre has been going strong now since the 1980s, largely thanks to strong...