St. Anger is the patron saint of sucking.

Iceland’s indie rock sensation return from 2012’s massive success to bring their sophomore album Beneath The Skin.  Just how much of a mark will this album leave?   Text Review: Back in 2012, no one could have predicted the massive success of the indie folk rock group from Iceland.  Of …

The rock world gets gritty and low with Brooklyn’s Highly Suspect and there “No F’s Given” attitude.   Text Review: Low and soulful blues rock is a style that is NOT focused on in the current radio scene.  The only time you can even come close to hearing anything that …

Oakland’s metal kings High On Fire offer a new light to thrash fans and a new headache to crotchety old next door neighbors.   Text Review: You will be hard-pressed to find a band more ferocious and guttural than Oakland’s High On Fire.  While many metal bands go through drastic …

The Monster Energy Aftershock Festival in Sacramento, CA has been announced with official dates and listed performers. 2015 marks the fourth year the Aftershock festival has presented today’s current and classic names in hard rock and metal, and this year continues the tradition with Slipknot, Faith No More, Deftones, Shinedown, …

A series looking at my all time favorite albums.  This video is dedicated to 2005’s Frances The Mute by The Mars Volta.

London’s Young Guns get digital in 2015 and demonstrate their electric style in a rock world.     Text Review: After years of resistance and nay say it seems like the rock scene is finally accepting of having the electronic and synthesized style inserted into their music.  So long as the real …

Everyone’s favorite alternative snow-mask wearers return to show their Blurryface.   Text Review: Every now and then you get a creative group who over the course of a few years becomes a phenomenon and commands a legion of fans, all without sacrificing identity or giving into trends and sales patterns.  …

After a Diamond Certified selling album, some of the smelliest butts in butt-rock follow it up with a Weathered mess.

After 18 years, Faith No More return to the light and bring Sol Invictus.  Can the ingenious minds of yesteryear conquer the day once again?   Text Review: There is a line from “The Sandlot” that goes “Heroes get remembered, but legends never die.”  Back in 1989, Faith No More …

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