Progressive metal legends paid homage to their 1999 masterpiece “Scenes from a Memory” by playing the entire album.
Self proclaimed Amerindian rock is spirited,
catchy, unique and haunting. And a bit
It’s obnoxious, immature and inaccurate. The Dirt just might be the most appropriate way to tell the story of Mötley Crüe.
Muse offered a stunning visual show to support a hit filled setlist.
Gnostic Gorilla is dark and abrasive music that still grabs you and mesmerizes you. For fans of industrial and/or dark music.
KISS may be nearing the end of the road, but they’re making sure to go out with a bang. Literally.
New single from Dee Snider shows the singer still wants to rock.
Film Composer S. Peace Nistades ventures into music that’s not linked to images, and offers a brooding cinematic art-pop album
Tarah Who?’s new EP is all killer, no filler, with 5 raw songs that might just be their best work yet.
The one where the Music Addict realizes that Nazareth’s ‘Love Hurts’ is a cover.