That story unfolds as an emotionally charged narrative, spanning obsession, unrequited love, and destruction. The plot takes place at the turn of the next century, and the plan is to have the novel available at the same time as the record release.
My feelings on this album are a bit confused. I can’t help but feel that I should love it, each and every track has the ingredients that make great metal songs
Live Festival Review and Photos: David Locklear The campground was tittering with more sound and activity this morning. Many of the Carolina Rebellion patrons were having to pack up and begin the arduous journey back to their homes. Some further than others: our camping neighbors diagonal to us had their jeep fully […]
Queen of Time is one ambitious album that shares a tale about the rise and fall of civilization. One could compare it to stories from lost civilizations in history such as Atlantis, or others can interpret it as the downfall of our present-day reality that doomsday could be upon us.
Words and Pictures: Robert Cavuoto Sons of Apollo performed a high octane show at the PlayStation Theater in New York City on Friday, May 18th to support their latest progressive metal masterpiece, Psychotic Symphony. They are a powerhouse group of all-star musicians featuring Ron “Bumblefoot” Thal on guitar, Mike Portnoy on drums, Derek […]
Words & Pictures: Vikki Luff It’s always a bit of a bummer when a show gets cancelled. It’s even worse when it gets cancelled on the night. But being cancelled ten minutes before the main band are due on stage? After the supports have hyped you up so much that you’d be bouncing off the […]
Sevendust’s All I See Is War is a flawless continuation to their always-moving career.
Shotgun Express was a rock band hailing from Stuttgart, Germany. What rose out of the ashes of Shotgun Express is a new rock outfit – Motor City Mayhem. The five-piece from Mercedes City carries on the legacy of Shotgun Express, sending blues driven hard rock into the world.
Out of all types of metal, one genre I’ve long struggled with and only managed to enjoy in quick bursts over the years is djent, a particularly rhythmic…
Review by: Tyler Bogliole Photos by: Dhruv Kumar http://www.dhruvkumar.com/ On Tuesday, April 10th, Hard rock had the pleasure of seeing Escape The Fate, Nothing More and Papa Roach at The Paramount. Escape The Fate started the night, opening up with the single “Do You Love Me?” off their new album “I Am Human”. Within […]