http://jeanninemarie-blog.com/tag/what-to-wear-for-engagement-photos/ Frank Bello of Anthrax talks about the second leg of the Killthrax tour and the band’s future plans
http://nepa.nl/home/?page_id=12 You wouldn’t expect to find a metal band amongst the neon and glitter of Las Vegas, but melodic metallers Sicocis call Sin City home. The band started with friends playing covers in a garage, with a revolving lineup of musicians, until 2011, when guitarist/singer Ernie Rodrigues, guitarist Rafael Ortega and drummer Robert McDonald formed a…
click Ghost’s “Popestar” tour stopped in Montreal, delivering a unique blend of pop, classic rock and metal wrapped in a pseudo satanic gimmick.
New album from Sweden’s Sabaton is arguably their best yet. It’s an evolution of their classic sound.
inderal viagra 100mg Hatebreed’s Chris Beattie talks about their latest album and current tour. And baseball too.
Anvil stays true to form on latest crowd funded album, and it’s probably their best one in a long time, maybe ever.
Swedish band blends doomy metal riffs with catchy melodies and prog rock sounds to present a great album that defies categorization.
Detroit rockers offer a great sophomore album that straddles the line between metal and rock.
Anthrax drummer Charlie Benante talks about his health issues, the state of music and the ups and downs of their 30+ year career. And coffee.
I spoke to Thomas Youngblood of Kamelot about their new album “Haven”, out on May 5th.