Record Review – Rise by Lane Change

Record Review – Rise by Lane Change
A Record Review of Rise by Lane Change by Dean “Twitch” W. Lane Change is a 4-piece Phoenix quartet and what immediately jumped out at me were the vocals. It’s not often that you encounter male/female dual vocals in a pop/rock genre and although they have unique and separate tones, Myles Vann and bass player Lizzie Shafer’s vocals work well for... Read More

Record Review – Building Castles in Air by Lucid Fly

Record Review – Building Castles in Air by Lucid Fly
Lucid Fly – Building Castles in Air – Review by Vince Andreasen “Building Castles in Air” is Lucid Fly’s latest record. The band’s sound has been described as melodic prog rock and this record is 10 tracks of uniquely crafted songs touching on multiple styles. There are elements of modern rock, vintage alternative, and hints of gothic textures mixed throughout... Read More

Soundgarden’s Chris Cornell Dead at 52 – Rolling Stone

Soundgarden’s Chris Cornell Dead at 52 – Rolling Stone
Chris Cornell, lead singer for Soundgarden, has died at age 52. Chris Cornell, a dynamic vocalist and guitarist whose versatile showmanship as Soundgarden and Temple of the Dog‘s frontman was a signpost of the grunge era, died Wednesday night, 5.17.17. Detroit police are investigating the death as a possible suicide, according to The Associated Press. He was 52. The Chirs... Read More

Record Review – Unbroken – A Killer’s Confession

Record Review – Unbroken – A Killer’s Confession
A review of “Unbroken” by A Killer’s Confession by The Pit Master My friend Doug hit me up the other day to listen to “Unbroken” by A Killer’s Confession. I am always down to dig on some new music. So, he sends me an advanced digital copy of the record that was released in late April. Off to my office... Read More

Poison the Parish – Seether – Record Review

Poison the Parish – Seether – Record Review
Poison the Parish by Seether a Record Review by Gerald G! When I was given the opportunity to hear and review Seether‘s 7th studio “Poison the Parish” before it’s May 12th debut, I jumped at it. I have been a fan of the Rock band that hails from South Africa since their 1st studio release “Disclaimer” took the world by storm back... Read More

American Standards – Anti-Melody Record Review

American Standards – Anti-Melody Record Review
American Standards record review of Anti-Melody by The Pitmaster American Standards, an Arizona based quartet are set to release their forthcoming full-length album, Anti-Melody today April 28th. Forming in 2011 and releasing their first record in 2012 on We Are Triumphant, the band quickly became known for their intense live show, tongue in cheek demeanor and relentless work ethic playing over 250+ shows... Read More