“Wandering Eye”, the new song from MAWD, is a bastion of moody melodies, stellar vocals, and gritty guitar riffs, and is so chock-full of indie vibes that anyone can enjoy it!
What the f#ck is up with rock bands today? Can half of these popular bands even call what they play “rock music”? Artist Damon Kardon goes on a diatribe, and illustrates one of his frustrations with music today, not to mention Award shows.
With their third full-length release, Promethee have pulled out all the stops. Convalescence (Lifeforce Records) is another great example of Swiss ingenuity and deserves to garner the band plenty of international attention.
Blank Atlas make emotion-heavy alternative rock such as on their upcoming Canvas EP, but their influences range from Meshuggah to McFly. Check out our latest installment of Stereo Six.
For a three-piece, Conan still makes a hell of a racket. Existential Void Guardian drops like a rock via Napalm Records.
Monster Truck’s third outing, True Rockers is a solid recording, but it sadly lacks some of the pure heavy blues sound of albums past.
Red Run Art Series (No Blackout Dates) is a mixed-media series by artist Damon Kardon created to celebrate the traveling circus that is the music tour. Package #18 features Halestorm.
Those new to Kevlar Bikini may well get onboard and find many merits to Rants, Riffage and Rousing Rhythms - it has a lot going for it. But this new direction has lost a lot of what the band had built their name on.
Cerement is well-written, well-executed, and deservedly belongs in Infera Bruo’s stellar discography.
Hello PGAers! We are pretty damn stoked to launch this new feature…Tales from the back,… The PGA Throwback Thursday, featuring Nirvana, Avenged Sevenfold and Metallica.
An exhaustive and expansive effort, the newly-released, super-deluxe edition of The Song Remains the Same is a magnificent, must-have set for any self-respecting Led Zeppelin aficionado.
This weekend, in Vancouver, BC’s iconic Stanley Park, the brand new Skookum Festival makes its debut, eager to show the indie world what it’s all about. Music, art, after dark events, and headlined by Florence + The Machine and The Killers... where to start?
Korpiklaani released their thirteenth(!) studio album, Kulkija, September 7th on Nuclear Blast, and the mature, introspective release suggests a creative and musical growth from these Finnish folk metal legends.
The weather is growing colder, the leaves are turning, and we need to start warming things up. Good thing Chef Danny P. has shared his new “Belgian Endive Bowl” recipe; it’s packed full of healthy and “Blue Cheese” weed goodness.
URNE paid homage to the classic horrors in their new video "The Lady & The Devil" so we sat down and chatted to the band about some of their "guilty pleasures" from the horror genre.
Full Circle: The Birth, Death & Rebirth of Circle of Dust, out September 21st courtesy of FixT and Celldweller Productions, takes viewers on an in-depth journey into the highly influential industrial metal act Circle of Dust.
Sam Wolstenholme, front woman for Brisbane, Australia’s Seraphic, joins us for our newest Women of Rock instalment to give us her favourite Australian metal bands led by female vocalists.
UK pop-punkers Eat Defeat participate in our latest Stereo Six, where they list five albums (and one unpredictable curveball album) that have influenced their music, including their newest Bearded Punk Records release, I Think We’ll Be Ok.
Aftershock Festival is only a couple weeks away so it’s time to start thinking about which sets you absolutely can’t miss throughout the two-day event. Here are our top picks that are sure to make for a rockin’ weekend!
Due via Iron Bonehead Productions, Black Funeral’s The Dust and the Darkness offers a short but stirring paean to forgotten underworld figures, phrased in music that is at once primitive in its emotive delivery but highly sophisticated in its composition and arrangement.