Scott Weiland’s first original solo album since 2008 is a good return to form that should please fans of Stone Temple Pilots and Velvet Revolver
Fans of old school thrash should give “Crush the Sublime Gods” a spin. Heads will bang, guaranteed.
Neal Morse is back with a brand new album that’s already a strong contender for the prog rock event of the year
(This article was originally written for Montreal Rampage) It’s been 8 years since Tom Cochrane released an album, but from his end of the phone conversation, the 61 year old Canadian icon expressed incredulity at that notion. “It hasn’t been eight, come on! You’re putting me on!” he answered laughing when I mentioned it to…
My interview with prog rock master Neal Morse, ahead of the release of his latest studio album “The Grand Experiment”
Debut album from California trio Night Demon recalls the early days of the metal age with their strong NWOBHM influence
If you thought that the Broadway show Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark (written by U2’s Bono and The Edge) was the first time Spider-Man’s been adapted to a musical medium, think again. In 1972, Ron Dante (lead singer of The Archies) created songs for Spider-Man: From Beyond the Grave, an opus that was billed as a “Rockomic”. A…