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Music is constantly bursting with new flavors, which while opening doors for talented artists like South Africa’s Civil Twilight, also creates new journeys for listeners In the live arena; the transference of emotion along with energy remains endles (More...)

Every Summer season, a new Rock-n-Roll touring package that surprises concert goers pops onto the map, igniting excitement. Perhaps one of those surprises came back in February when it was announced that Def Leppard would be teaming up with Styx and Tesla (More...)

As a staple of the Djent scene since its inception, and created from the ashes of the Melodic Death Metal band Insurrection, Veil of Maya has been a unique voice of the genre. Blast beats, brutal breakdowns, short-lived melodic ideas that give way to chro (More...)

Twenty years ago, the US met Alanis Morissette. With two previous albums released in Canada, Morissette became an instan ngt sensation upon debuting in the US. Her popularity among the youth is easily understood, as she sang from her soul about the pain o (More...)

It has been quite an interesting few weeks in the wake of Slayer guitarist Kerry King’s comments regarding Rockstar Energy Mayhem Festival 2015. Headlining the mainstage of North America’s premiere Heavy Metal festival, many have been up in ar (More...)

A musical explosion hit the Sunset Strip of Los Angeles back in the early eighties, invading notorious venues such as the Whiskey A Go Go, while partying hard afterward for some booze at the Rainbow. These long-haired, invincible, and alluring Rock stars (More...)

Long ago, a story was written about a golden goose. Each day the goose laid one golden egg, until it was killed by its impatient owner, who got tired of waiting for all the gold. These days, the terms describes a person with a unique gift that is being us (More...)

Nine years old this year, The Great South Bay Music Festival has grown into the largest festival on Long Island, drawing even bigger crowds and even larger acts. Headlined by such bands as Circa Survive and Taking Back Sunday in 2014, the inclusion of dif (More...)

In 1973, The Wicker Man set the precedent for the Horror Musical genre.  Not receiving distribution in the USA until two years later, it was directed by Robin Hardy (The Fantasist 1986, The Wicker Tree 2011), written by Anthony Shaffer (Sleuth 1972, Deat (More...)

When one thinks of some of the essential Rock bands from the 1980s era, chances are Southern California’s Toto comes to mind. Formed back in 1977, Toto quickly earned success on charts with singles like “Hold the Line” and “I’ (More...)