Santana – Live at Montreux 2011 DVD Review

This is a wonderful concert experience and Carlos Santana integrates his multiple blend of rock/fusion into the crowd with wonderful rhythm and class, wearing all white with his trademark top hat and his Gibson custom guitars all provide a beautification of his music through the years. A great treat in yet a long series of concert artists that have graced the stage in Geneva.

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2black – No Time To Die Promo Review

Truth be told there’s not much 2BLACK need to work on here, a couple of tracks may have benefitted from being twenty seconds or so shorter and the vocals could use some slight changing up occasionally, but overall NO TIME TO DIE is as good a resume as any modern day Thrash Metal band could wish for..

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Knight Fury – Time To Rock Review

KNIGHT FURY was actually put together by none other that Chris Sanders from LIZZY BORDEN and also features MEGADETH bass player Dave Ellefson, ALICE COOPER BAND drummer Ken Mary and metal vocalist extraordinaire William King. A very juicy line-up indeed and the perfect combination of experience, skill and raw hunger…

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Powerstorm – Act I Review

Kostas’ style is a sort of hybrid of Power Metal and Traditional Metal with a strong emphasis on sweeping guitar solos and epic multi-layered vocal choruses. Kostas Greek accent also gives some of the slower patches a real Gothic Rock feel too which adds some mystery to the album. ..

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Sixty Miles Ahead – Blank Slate Review

The easiest way to describe the sound going on here is like a less-catchy version of NICKELBACK, and the band borrows just as much from nineties grunge music as all of the other modern radio-friendly rock bands of today do. The biggest problem with basing your sound around this formula is there is really nothing exciting about it.

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