Backstage Pass: Tonic
Tonic is that band who are currently heard on major radio stations across the globe, still draw major crowds on tour and most importantly still has fun making music and performing.
Singled Out: Dauzat St. Marie's Time Slips Away
Today Mat Dauza from Dauzat St. Marie tells us about the song 'Time Slips Away,' which is a track that comes from their forthcoming EP 'Falling Again'.
Rock Reads: Radio Silence - Issue No. 3
Since it is a serial publication you can think of Radio Silence as a magazine, but it is delivered in paperback book form, which is really thoughtful since most readers will want to keep their copies.
Singled Out: The Kontroversy's Keep Goin'
Today Kevin Sanders from 60s style rockers The Kontroversy tells us about the song 'Keep Goin'' from their brand new album 'Reprise'.
Necrowretch - Even Death May Die
Brief sampler of Necrowretch's 'With Serpents Scourge' in the form of a two-song EP. From France this Necrowretch hails, a vile band whose brand of death metal strikes up similarities to old Death, Grotesque, Autopsy, other acts of sickness.
Singled Out: Regret The Hour's Distance
Today Regret The Hour's lead singer/guitarist Nate McCarthy and drummer Anders Fleming tell us about 'Distance', the first single off their brand new EP, 'The Near and the Far.'
MorleyView Sean Kelly (Author of Metal on Ice)
If you were to assemble, Frankenstein style, the protypical Canadian rocker, surely Sean Kelly would stand at the very top of the list of pieces for the puzzle. In fact, you wouldn't need anybody else.
Singled Out: The Aristocrats' Living The Dream
Today supergroup The Aristocrats are releasing their brand new CD/DVD 'Culture Clash Live' and to celebrate we asked Bryan Beller to tell us about the song 'Living The Dream'.
Road Trip: A Visit to the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute
Birmingham, Alabama has a few nicknames. Some affectionately refer to the city as "The Ham," and long ago, back when the area's steel industry was booming, Birmingham became known as "Magic City" because it was growing so fast it was as if it was happening by magic.