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Working Class Rock Star is an advisory DVD for musicians of the metal variety to see what they are up against in becoming a 'rock star'. It features interviews with various people from prominent bands such as Lamb Of God, Arch Enemy, Strapping Young Lad and Bloodshoteye. There are nine informative sections to the DVD ranging from the financial/business aspect of a band, to ways to cope with hectic tour schedules and how balancing your time with a job, family and a band is not easy.
on Aug 07, 2009

7.6 / 10

CKY

Carver City (05.19.2009)
on Aug 07, 2009
You can’t blame Mayday Parade for their pop-punk genre, after all they grew up in the sunshine state of Florida, how could one not be at least a little happy? But weather aside, this effort is awesome. It’s upbeat, and spews everything every teenager needs to hear to get through heartache at their age, to know that someone their…
on Aug 07, 2009
This disc ought to be on any Zombie-head's wish list. While on tour in 2006, Rob Zombie and crew recorded 18 tracks and eventually issued an awesome collection of tunes for every Zombie fan. Zombie Live offers a healthy mix of Rob’s musical career: included are later White Zombie tracks like “More Human Than Human” and “Thunder Kiss ‘65”.
on Aug 07, 2009
Framework (06.24.2008)
on Aug 07, 2009
Bang Camaro II (01.13.2009)
on Aug 05, 2009
Ever After (07.17.2007)
on Aug 05, 2009
If you are a fan of music of any genre then chances are you have probably listened to a CD produced by the legendary Rick Rubin. In The Studio chronicles his rise to being one of the most sought after producers in the music business today. The book begins in the mid-eighties with his partner Russell Simmons; the two co-founded Def Jam Records.
on Aug 05, 2009
Pray For Villains (07.14.2009)
on Aug 05, 2009
Amanethes has a fairly gothic mood attached to it and is apparent right from the get go. The opening song "The Temple of the Crescent Moon" boasts enough of a 'mood' that is causes one to jump up once noticed. Tiamat sort of has a dreariness associated with them, but not to the point of being dragged down or anything…
on Aug 05, 2009
Warpaint Live [LIVE] (04.28.2009)
on Aug 05, 2009
Birth Eater (05.26.2009)
on Aug 05, 2009
Who let the beasts out? Hailfiring from Guelph, Ontario, Arise And Ruin have recently released their beast of a new album Night Storms Hailfire. Having already toured across North America a few times, dealing with many mishaps along the way along and losing a guitarist, the undeterred Arise And Ruin got right…
on Jul 30, 2009
Let’s Start A Campfire [EP] (08.11.2009)
on Jul 30, 2009
Self-Titled (06.16.2009)
on Jul 30, 2009
Self-Titled (03.17.2009)
on Jul 30, 2009
Prime Cuts (08.13.2007)
on Jul 30, 2009
Hot Damn! This might very well be the best record I have heard this year. Pave The Way, the scorching new release from Flatline is an exceptionally heavy, tremendously powerful metal album that kicks some serious ass. Pave The Way is a blistering yet extremely technical aural battering. The drummer is fierce behind the kit, pounding away with unrelenting passion while the guitar shredding and riffage are quite outstanding.
on Jul 30, 2009
Hotel Bibles [EP] (04.24.2009)
on Jul 30, 2009
Resurrection Macabre (04.28.2009)
on Jul 30, 2009

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