Jordan Rudess's Wired for Sound

Jordan Rudess’ ‘Wired for Madness’ is testimony to the extraordinary range and breadth of his...

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If you’re a fan of Prog-metal the name Jordan Rudess will be familiar to you as the keyboard player with rock titans Dream Theatre...
don-broco

DON BROCO — The most adjustable scenester try-hards & pop-survivalists of the 21st century.

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British rock four piece DON BROCO released their third album Technology this month. The new album finds the band filtering their post-hardcore rock through...
Brian Fallon

Brian Fallon set to release a stunning collection of blues, rock and punk

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Former guitarist/vocalist of The Gaslight Anthem, Brian Fallon, returns with his second solo album; a stunning collection of blues, rock and punk that flow...
Funeral Shakes

Supergroup Funeral Shakes Release Debut Album

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"When would you ever want to hear a song about people who’ve lived happily ever after? Never! You want to listen to the negative...
Deathless Legacy

Join Deathless Legacy on a twisted journey through the demented and demonic Rituals Of Black...

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Before we begin, it would be fair to say that the term 'Goth' has taken somewhat of a turn in its meaning in the...

Review: Metallica – Hardwired… To Self-Destruct

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The wait has been insatiable. The hype has been built to breaking point. The anticipation has been off the chart. But after eight long...

Review: Alter Bridge – The Last Hero

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Every few years, there is an album that is released, that is considered so near perfect it will go down in music history as...

Review: ARCHITECTS – All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us

These are uncertain times. A theme prevalent across Architects latest album, All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us. The seventh studio release makes a new...

Review: Megadeth – Dystopia

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Another album, another line up change, at least that's par for the course for Mustaine & Co these days. Joining Megadave and bassist Ellefson...

Review: Lamb Of God – VII: Sturm Und Drang

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Finally, as the hiatus comes to an end and the teasers have been doing their job for the past few months, time grows curiously...