City of the Weak – Pulling Teeth – Recored Review

City of the Weak – Pulling Teeth – Recored Review
City of the Weak – Pulling Teeth – Record Review By Vince Andreasen I am always excited to hear new music coming out of the Minneapolis area.  Artists from the Twin Cities tend to take a unique approach on whatever style of music they create.  City of the Weak is no exception.  Their seamless blend of alternative, pop, and modern... Read More

Lord of Acid – Pretting in Kink – Record Review

Lord of Acid – Pretting in Kink – Record Review
Lords of Acid-Pretty in Kink Record Review by Vince Andreasen Lords of Acid will celebrate their 30-year anniversary with the release of Pretty of Kink, their highly anticipated fifth studio album.  Their perfect blend of highly sexualized electro-industrial-goth music continues to place them in a category of their own.   Lead singer Praga Khan is one of the originators of electronic... Read More

Them Evils – Rollin’ Stoned & Livin’ Free – Record Review

Them Evils – Rollin’ Stoned & Livin’ Free – Record Review
Them Evils – Rollin’ Stoned and Livin’ Free – Record Review By Vince Andreasen Them Evils is a rapidly rising power trio born in Vegas and now residing in Southern California.  Their new single Got Me Rockin debuted on Loudwire and is quickly gaining traction on hard rock streaming service playlists.  The band is currently wrapping up a tour with... Read More

Wykan – Solace – Record Review

Wykan – Solace – Record Review
Wykan – Solace – Record Review By Vince Andreasen Wykan has the perfect EP for anyone who wonders what it would sound like to merge modern black metal with vintage 70’s era psychedelic stoner rock.  This Montreal trio occasionally provides blues-infused riffs that remind me of Black Sabbath, especially from the Heaven and Hell era.  But, instead of hearing operatic vocals... Read More

Saxon – Thunderbolt – Record Review

Saxon – Thunderbolt – Record Review
Saxon – Thunderbolt – Record Review By Vince Andreasen People have long joked that the only living things that would survive a nuclear war are cockroaches and Cher.   I’m beginning to think we can add Saxon to the survivors list.  This band has been going strong for 40 years and isn’t showing any signs of slowing down, or changing for... Read More

Pompeii – The Secret Sessions – Record Review

Pompeii – The Secret Sessions – Record Review
Pompeii – The Secret Sessions Record Review By Vince Andreasen What happens when a record is created in the late 70’s combining artists from Mott The Hoople, Mountain, Cream, The Allman Brothers, and more? You guessed it… absolutely nothing! That is precisely what happened when Corky Laing, drummer from Mountain, was asked to form a potential super group as a final effort to salvage... Read More