When your boss asks you if you want to review the new Soulfly album, of course, you come out from under your rock and do it!
See the show, buy the album, see the show again and again and again… It’s where rock and roll dreams come true!
It’s entirely possible that the band wouldn’t be on this path to stardom if it wasn’t for the collective efforts of the four musicians.
There are a ton of bands from the NWOBHM era, and just as many new bands inspired by that sound, that tries to recapture the same feel, spirit, and vibe of that style of Metal.
So what is it? A livudio release, ‘unleashed in the studio’… no that one’s taken. Either way, it’s a hybrid and probably the one of the first of its kind.
There has been a resurgence in the music world of bands creating music that has a very distinct old school sound and feel to it, with heavy leanings towards the whole NWOBHM sound.
If I’m being honest the more Celtic/folkish Symphonic Metal stuff really isn’t my cup of tea. It’s too nice and pretty and oftentimes that overly operatic singing style bugs me after a while.
While Divebomb Records tends to deal more in reissues of rare, hard to find, out of print, and/or never released stuff from hidden gems of yesterday
Chris Caffery is an artist that’s name is synonymous with top notch quality. His work with Savatage and Trans-Siberian Orchestra alone puts him ahead of the game with most
The hints of nostalgia harking back to classics from bands of the late 60s and early 70s is mixed with a modern southern blues rock sound