Bush – Man On The Run Review

I have to admit that despite being familiar with the name Bush, I don’t think I had ever heard anything by them and know nothing about them. Having done a little research and found out that they have sold nearly 20 million records in North America alone, I have to wonder quite how they’ve managed to fly under my radar for so long. Luckily I have this new, just released album to find out quite what all the fuss is about.

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Madlife – 21st Century Megolomaniac Review

I’d say fans of bands like Sixx AM, Seether, and the like would enjoy this album. Fans of more traditional hard rock should probably steer clear of this. Again, it’s not that the music contained is bad; it’s just not what I want to necessarily listen to on a regular basis. I can certainly hear where it would have appeal to those folks that do appreciate this sound, but it’s just not for me. Looking at it from this angle, I would have to give it 6 out of 10, but someone geared to this sound would likely go a little higher.

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A Course of Action – Dark Before the Dawn Review

It’s almost impossible, but the first CD of the North Carolina based band A COURSE OF ACTION sounds like a major label release. The mixing and production is quite incredible and more important, the included material on the album is of a superb high level. OK, we already have bands like CREED, ALTER BRIDGE, SHINEDOWN and CHEVELLE ruling the Rock Airwaves in the USA, but A COURSE OF ACTION is definitely a nice welcome.

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Dark New Day – New Tradition Review

Dark New Day’s New Tradition is the much anticipated follow up to their 2005 debut Twelve Year Silence. Compromised of members of Sevendust, Evanescence, and Stereomud, among others, it’s pretty much going to likely follow the same basic structure of this style. One thing that caught my ear immediately was the fact that singer Brett Hastla of Virgos Merlot actually has the ability to sing instead of being the same cookie cutter sound of Eddie Vedder

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