“Black Heaven” by Earthless is a great stoner/space rock record that harkens back to the crazier hard rock bands of the 70’s
If “Firepower” turns out to be Judas Priest’s final album, the heavy metal legends will go out on a high note.
Another World’s second release is a magnificent collection of instrumental progressive rock.
Randy Bachman’s tribute to the Quiet Beatle, George Harrison, falls far off the mark.
Danielle Duval’s “Lose It” is quirky indie pop record built on retro synths and rock sensibilities
Debut EP from Crow Eats Man is a rocking update to 90’s hard rock.
In the end, Black Wail defies any cataloging effort. It rocks, it’s smart, it’s adventurous.
And it sounds great.
Heavy Hearts’s new EP is a slick blend of emo and alternative rock, and the band has never sounded this good.
Greta Van Fleet puts a new spin on an old recipe, and it’s all good.
Traditional blues lives on with the debut EP from Willy and the Planks