This was The Shakedown’s first time hitting Huntsville, and while the turnout was small, again we acknowledge the venue is small to begin with, I thought the energy was there for those lucky enough to see them perform live. It sure as heck wasn’t missing from the band.
There’s a mutual respect and I think it really comes through when we work together…you find things that you believe in and it’s very democratic
If melodic Hard Rock ever became en vogue again, Hardline could easily ride that wave to the top.
When right off the bat you’ve got names like Dennis DeYoung, Mike Reno, Kevin Chalfant, Danny Vaughn, and Toby Hitchcock you’re pretty well-gonna bet I’m going to be down for this album
Their latest is called DeterminUs and is a genre-crossing stunner. Parts Power, parts AOR, parts Prog for good measure, and even a couple scoops of 70’s era Metal (think Rainbow)
It has been eight years since the last D-A-D studio album release, but this year the famous Danish hard rock band has returned with “A Prayer For The Loud” labeled AFM Records
Sounding like a cross between Motley Crue, Killer Dwarfs, D’Molls, and Vain but keeping it updated like Crazy Lixx and Eclipse with up-tempo beats and heavy doses of melodic rock injected (think happy music with sing-along choruses,) Pretty Wild is quite entertaining
Tanith’s first album, In Another Time, is just that and transports you back to when music was about chilling out and have a good time.
The love of music is personal and subjective. Each and every one of us has our own reasons for liking the things we do and dislike the things for the same.
Aftermath is a great sophomore album for Constantine, with a wide range of styles, featuring some excellent guest performances from a few very well known vocalists