After years of chasing the sound they heard in their heads, the New Year’s Eve release of Crash stands as a landmark for the Florida based band Oblivious Signal. The band is finally able to hear the song they wrote played back to them through the speakers.
Metal Church’s latest release, Generation Nothing, marks the bands 10th full-length studio release and boasts the return to the band’s classic metal sound. It has elements of both the first album and The Dark, but still embraces the new sound of the band without chasing the past.
Not many bands today truly embody the spirit and drive of a classic hard rocking group. Many try, but only a few succeed, though Beasto Blanco hits the mark with their recent release Live Fast Die Loud.
It’s been about ten months since Black Veil Brides released their strongest CD to date, Wretched and Divine: The Story of the Wild Ones. Since its release, they have toured the world virtually non-stop. From their winter headlining tour, to the Vans Warp Tour, to their latest the Outbreak Tour with Bullets for my Valentine
Heretic is a classic style power/thrash metal band formed in 1985 in Los Angeles, California. The band name was originated by Brian Korban [guitarist and founding member], and became the title of the first song he wrote for the group
British metal legends, Saxon, have announced a North American tour which will run from September 12th to October 10th. The tour is a rare treat for Saxon fans as it hits many markets that the band has not visited in some time.
On one of the hottest summer days in NJ, the Vans Warped Tour rolled into PNC Arena on July 7th. If you’ve never been to a Warped Tour think sweaty sticky ass kicking music. Where hungry bands give their all to perform for their fans.
Zakk Wylde the man who turned heavy metal touring into a journey of fantastical excess, shares what really goes on behind bus windows and stage doors is book Bring Metal to The Children: The Complete Berserker’s Guide to World Tour Domination.
The heavy metal legends, Judas Priest, whose influence on generations of musicians and metalheads is incalculable, celebrate their 40th year as recording artists with a live concert DVD, Epitaph – a unique live career retrospective.
Mention Roger Glover and Deep Purple always comes to mind. But, the bassist has ties with Rainbow, Judas Priest, Elf, Nazareth, David Coverdale and the Ian Gillian Band. Not only does Glover’s bass work speak volumes as a driving force of heavy rock, but his work as a producer and soloist, should be couched alongside his interest in the art world.