In This Moment: Black Widow

In This Moment Black Widow

In This Moment is a very theatrical band, especially live. A collection of black-clad painted zombies rocking out behind a tall blonde screamer sporting multiple personalities and an outfit to match each of them. On Black Widow, they continue to evolve their unique, dramatic metal sound, with even more synth, samples and electronica setting the […]

Black Veil Brides: IV

Black Veil Brides IV

Black Veil Brides has emulated KISS in many ways, mostly with great results. On their fourth album, they turned to notorious/legendary savior/lightning rod producer Bob Rock who either helped or destroyed such bands as Motley Crue and Metallica, depending on your point of view. The output is similar to the Desmond Child / KISS collaborations […]

Destructo: West Coast

Destructo West Coast

Los Angeles-based producer DESTRUCTO’s new “WEST COAST” EP will be out Tuesday, November 24, 2012 on Insomniac Records/Interscope. It features tracks with artists such as Problem, YG, Too $hort, Kurupt, Ty Dolla $ign, and Warren G. The opening track entitled “West Coast” samples a few lines from the Dre and Snoop song called “The Next […]

Nothing More: Nothing More

Nothing More

Nothing More has released their self-titled major label debut album and it promises to launch the band towards a lengthy career. The band has been gaining steam and popularity over the past year with their dynamic live festival appearances and lead single ‘This Is The Time (Ballast)’. Now the full spectrum of their fresh, chaotic […]

Starset: Transmissions

Starset Transmissions

‘Transmissions’ is the debut album from avant-garde artists Starset. ‘Transmissions’ plays like a science fiction soundtrack, with sweeping electronics and dramatic shifts in pace and tone on top of the more typical rock sound. Vocalist Dustin Bates blends his singing in perfectly with the ever-changing sonic landscape, drawing the listener into the drama, just as […]

Judas Priest: Redeemer Of Souls

Judas Priest: Redeemer Of Souls

It’s 2014 and the Priest is back, with a vengeance! Redeemer Of Souls is everything a Judas Priest fan would want – an endless onslaught of catchy riffs, thunderous rhythm, screaming solos and soaring vocals. Think British Steel songwriting skill with Painkiller production quality. When a band reaches legend status, new material is usually disappointing […]