glad I was born during a time with real Rock & Roll! It was a time when people made music for the sake of the music; not for the business side of making a buck. A sign of old age is to say everything was better before us, but it was great in the 60s, 70s, and 80s. Then it became a business that affected the quality of the music
Interview and Live Photos By: : Robert Cavuoto One of the hottest musical acts, Skillet, has just collaborated with Z2 Comics to deliver a riveting graphic novel entitled, Eden; A Skillet Graphic Novel. It’s an original story written by lead singer, John Cooper along with Random Shock and artist Chris Hunt. A suspenseful […]
Interview By: : Robert Cavuoto The Defiants have just released their sophomore CD, Zokusho, via Frontiers Music, and it rips with raw emotion, powerful guitar riffs, and incredible melodies. The band consists of Danger Danger members; Paul Laine [vocals], Bruno Ravel [bass], and Rob Marcello [guitar]. Together they celebrate the kind of […]
Riot Fest 2019 Day 3 Highlights And Photos
Dirty Honey Give NYC PlayStation Theater a Dose of Rock & Roll!
Three of the most exciting up and coming names in blues-rock unite once more to produce the spontaneous instrumental masterpiece that is Hotel Toledo. This is the second album release from the triple-guitar frontman line-up, following on from last year’s heavily Southern-influenced Mahogany Drift.
Interview /Live Photos: : Robert Cavuoto Building upon the success of his 2016 release One Sided War, Stryper frontman Michael Sweet returns with his tenth solo studio release aptly titled, Ten. It will be released in North America on October 11th via Rat Pak Records and available in Europe via Frontiers Music SRL. Ten […]
Wind Rose caught me completely off guard with each of their last two releases, and while Wintersaga isn’t quite as immediately impressive as either of those, instead feeling more like a celebration of the band breaking through…
Saturday was about metal, and Testament brought it in spades. Playing in front of a giant pentacle backdrop, they opened to a sea of devil horns with Brotherhood of the Snake. The crowd was loving it and Testament played heavily to it, motivating the crowd into a churning circle pit for their fitting song Into the Pit while vocalist Chuck Billy air-guitared and headbanged around the stage.
The most incredible part of the performance was Travis’ energy – he absolutely tore his way through the songs and the multiple solo opportunities he was given. The band was fun to watch, but he was amazing.