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Rock Reads: Excess All Areas: Demands and Idiosyncracies of Rock Icons on Tour
When bands agree to appear live part of the paperwork involved is called a "rider," a list of stipulations from the band or performer that must be met by the show producer.

Singled Out: El May's Thrills
Today multi-instrumentalist El May (also known as Lara Meyerratken) tells us about the song 'Thrills', the current single from her brand new album 'The Other Person Is You'.

Riot V - Unleash the Fire
Ever since 1975, Riot has been rocking with the best of them. With a sound reminiscent of Riot's Thundersteel era, Unleash the Fire serves its purpose as an old-school metal call to arms and should have you head-banging in no time.

Singled Out: Jacob Hungsberg's Foolish Things
Today indie folk rocker Jacob Hungsberg tells us about the song 'Foolish Things,' which comes from his most recent EP release, the 'Trade Winds EP'.

Mayhem - Esoteric Warfare
"Esoteric Warfare" is in its own little world-one owned by Mayhem, of course. The big elephant in the room is the departure of Blasphemer, who proved to be an integral part in the band's creative avenues during his tenor.

Singled Out: Maskin's Storm
Today Benny Andersson, the lead singer for Swedish fuzz rockers Maskin, tells us about the title track from their brand new album 'Storm,' which was recorded at the Truckfighters' studio Bombshelter.

Classics: Virgin Steele - Invictus
Is the last bite as good as the first? Well, "Invictus" has the decency to rightfully accept its place as the weakest chapter in Virgin Steele's three-part "The Marriage of Heaven and Hell" saga.

Singled Out: Knight Area's Running Away
Today Mark Smit from Knight Area tells us about the song 'Running Away' from their brand new album 'Hyperdrive,' which was released earlier this week.

Manilow - Cease and Desist
Manilow is surely an ironic name for this London rock band. Vocalist Dean Moston is far closer to Johnny Rotten than crooner Barry, that's for sure. Its four-song EP may remind you of early Sex Pistols.

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Lorde's Royals Banned in San Francisco

Dustin Lynch Hit In The Face With Beer Can

Sleater-Kinney Releasing First New Album In A Decade

Taylor Swift Premieres New Song Welcome To New York

Coldplay Announce New DVD and Live Album Releases

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Alan Jackson Announces 25th Anniversary Tour

Ellie Goulding and Calvin Harris Go Outside For New Single

Jason Aldean Expands Burn It Down Tour

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James Blunt Was Also Annoyed By 'You're Beautiful'

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Beyonce Designer In Racial Controversy

Paloma Ford Recruits Meek Mill For New Track

Jason Derulo Plans Songs About Jordin Sparks Breakup


Robert Plant Animated For Led Zeppelin Stairway Story

Foo Fighters Team With Cheap Trick Star For New Single

At The Gates Release Death And The Labyrinth Video

Riot V Preview New Album Unleash The Fire

The Smashing Pumpkins Release New Song Being Beige

Interpol Release Surreal My Desire Video

Deep Purple Release Live Lazy Video

Alice Cooper Releases Welcome To My Nightmare Live Video

Gene Simmons Says He'll Be God On Reality Singing Show

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Singled Out: Revocation's Deathless
Today Revocation's singer and guitarist Dave Davidson tells us about the the title track to their brand new album 'Deathless,' which was released this week

Striker - City of Gold
The style and general execution are commonplace, but Striker's focus is on unloading a good time of heavy metal without trend-whoring their dignity to death. "City of Gold" is solid as steel, nothing like the run-of-the-mill plastic crap.

Singled Out: Christian Lopez Band's Between Us
Today Christian Lopez from the Christian Lopez Band tells us about the song 'Between Us' from their brand new EP 'Pilot,' which was released today (October 14).

Ali Campbell (UB40) - Silhouette
UB40 singer Ali Campbell left that group six years ago but with UB40 founding and core members Mickey (keyboards) and Astro (additional vocals) on board here you may as well go ahead and think of this as a UB40 record.

Singled Out: Jared McCloud's Where The Devil Don't Tread
Today hard rocker turned rockin' singer-songwriter Jared McCloud tells us about the song 'Where The Devil Don't Tread' from his brand new EP 'To Live And Die In Your Arms'.

Hank 3 Live
There was a barn-burning at The Observatory as Hank 3 came to town. As you may or may not know Hank 3 is Hank Williams Jr.'s son and of course the great Hank Williams' grandson. So there is huge pedigree involved here.

Singled Out: D. Edward's Waiting
Today D. Edward (who is a member of the 1970s funk band Con Funk Shun) tells us about the song 'Waiting' from his brand new solo album 'Love Is'.

5 Star: Ozzy Osbourne - Memoirs of a Madman
With the book "I Am Ozzy" Osbourne has already written his memoir but fans have a chance with this 2-DVD set to see some of his solo career play out through performance and also hear Ozzy being candid in interview segments

Singled Out: In Search Of Sun's The World Is Yours
Today Adam Leader the frontman of the UK rock/metal band In Search Of Sun tells us the title track to the band's debut full length, 'The World Is Yours,' which was released this week

Excel - Split Image
Big on the thrash metal/crossover motifs of Suicidal Tendencies, Cro-Mags, D.R.I., and Cryptic Slaughter, "Split Image" created ample room for Excel to stand up next to the big boys

Singled Out: Jessica Campbell's Brighter Days
Today roots-pop singer/songwriter Jessica Campbell tells us about the song 'Brighter Days' from her brand new album 'III,' which was released today (October 7th).

Sister Hazel - 20 Stages
Coming up with somewhat of a clever idea, Sister Hazel celebrates their 20th anniversary here by presenting a set of 20 songs filmed at 20 different venues. Some of the songs are performed in very unique settings.

Singled Out: Yumi And The System's Day Of The Tiger
Today Amy Wright from Yumi And The System tells us about the song 'Day Of The Tiger' from their brand new album, 'Wonders Of Origin', which was largely produced by Lincoln Parish of Cage The Elephant.

Portrait - Crossroads
The Swedes know how to do heavy metal-no big secret there. "Crossroads" is heavy metal at its absolute best and a superb moment in the evolution of this wonderful band. A masterpiece? You better believe it.

Singled Out: The Grayces' 'Lord and Gods of Alcohol
Today The Grayces' Iz Stone tells us about their 'Lord and Gods of Alcohol' track and music video off their upcoming album Westing due out this October 14th 2014

Elvenking - The Pagan Manifesto
"The Pagan Manifesto," in some ways, changes the game for Elvenking. I'm not going to call the record a masterpiece, because it's not, but clearly there were huge improvements in nearly every category that needed work.

Singled Out: The Lost Brothers' Gold and Silver
Today The Lost Brothers tells us about the song 'Gold and Silver' from their brand new album 'New Songs of Dawn and Dust,' which was just released and was produced by The Corals' Bill Ryder-Jones

Bryan Adams - Tracks of My Years
Bryan Adams pays tribute to his musical roots here with cover versions of 10 songs. Catering to his memories instead of his fans may be worthy of respect but the end result is that many will find Tracks of My Years very dull.

Singled Out: A is for Atom's Song For You
Today Mike Cykoski from A is for Atom tells us about the title track from their most recently EP 'Song For You,' which was released earlier this year.

MorleyView St. Madness
Morley once again speaks with St. Madness vocalist Prophet. This time they discuss the band's 20th anniversary release Carnimetal and St. Madness, its past and its future as well as whole lot more.

Singled Out: The Call's The Woods
Jim Goodwin of The Call tells us about 'The Woods' from their new CD called The Call - A Tribute To Michael Been. Michael's son Robert Been from Black Rebel Motorcycle Club leads the band on this new live tribute.

Virgin Steele - The Marriage of Heaven and Hell - Part One
"Part One" is a masterpiece, no debate. And you know what? This isn't even Virgin Steele's best album. From its whispers to its screams, "Part One" is as good as it gets.

 

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