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Artist Spotlight – The KillerHertz

The KillerHertz play catchy hard rock with metal undertones. At times, they sound like a more mature Mötley Crüe, and yes, that’s a good thing. Check these guys out!

Artist Spotlight – Venus Fly Trap

Venus Fly Trap recalls 80’s alternative, filtered through a cinematic approach.

Sobrevivir – Anonymus (Music video)

‘Sobrevivir’ is the first single from thrash metallers Anonymus’ upcoming Spanish album ‘La Bestia’. It’s everything you’d expect from the Montreal veterans.

Album review: The Venus Fly Trap / Alex Novak – Mercurial 1978-2018

Guest writer Peter Dennis reviews ‘Mercurial 1978-2018’, a compilation that pulls together all the strands of Alex Novak’s career from the punk sound of ISAWS, to the futurist darkwave of…

When Ozzy Osbourne and Sony Music defraud their fans (Updated)

Sony Music and Ozzy Osbourne sold fake autographed copies of ‘Ordinary Man’.

Book review: Booze and Vinyl (Andre Darlington & Tenaya Darlington)

‘Booze and Vinyl’ is the perfect blueprint for a relaxing evening listening to great music, alone or with friends. Consider this book the instruction set for your next listening party.

Crawling Up My Feet – Junkowl (music video)

First single from Montreal’s Junkowl’s debut album ‘Making Out With Death’, due on June 5th 2020

Artist Spotlight – Lucifour M

Lucifour M plays nice laid back pop, with an artsy retro vibe.

Album review: Elder – Omens

Elder’s ‘Omens’ skillfully blends prog, psychedelic and stoner rock into a delightful collection of 5 ten-minute songs that feel almost cinematic.

Review: Rock Iconz Mercyful Fate King Diamond statue

KnuckleBonz’s Mercyful Fate-era King Diamond statue is a great entry in their Rock Iconz series of collectibles.

Catching up with Tarah Who?

Tarah Who? is down to a duo, but neither that fact nor a global pandemic is slowing them down, with a new single ‘Pantomath’ out and an EP on the…
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