Singled Out: Millennial's Paralyzed
Today up-and-coming indie trio Millennial tells us about their debut single 'Paralyzed' which they explain has now taken on a new, deeply personal meaning for the group.
On The Record: Morello vs Masaru Mitsu - The Duellists
Morello singer Malcolm "Sir Mal" Cross hits the ears like sweet cotton candy, a silky treat delivered in falsetto that reminds a bit of Marvin Gaye. Bright and sunny like a Saturday afternoon, The Duellists is happiness-on-a-disc, a pop masterpiece.
Singled Out: Young Empires' Sunshine
Today Matthew Vlahovich, the lead singer and keyboard player for Canadian indie-rock group Young Empires, tells us about their new single 'Sunshine'.
RockPile: Filligar- The Breton Sound- Bonson Berner
In this edition of Rock Pile Kevin Wierzbicki tells us about the new rock releases: Filligar's Keepsakes of the Interior, The Breton Sound's Don't Be Afraid of Rock & Roll Volume 1 and Bonson Berner's Reflection.
Singled Out: Well-Known Strangers' Aligned
Today Joe Adamek from Well-Known Strangers tells us about the song 'Aligned' from their brand new EP 'Found' which was released this week.
Necrowretch - With Serpents Scourge
Necrowretch's take on the death/black metal scheme is superior to others attempting the union due in part to the band's ability to take the evil and the filth of both sounds and make them seemingly one and the same.
Singled Out: Gyre's Behind the Eyes
Today guitarist Juan Soaz from the prog metal quintet Gyre tells us about the song 'Behind the Eyes' which comes from their recently released new EP 'Moirai'.
Steve Howe - Anthology
Many who would name Steve Howe as one of the top guitarists of all time likely would do so based mostly on his work with Yes. Howe too played in Asia, GTR and more but he's also put out a slew of solo albums since 1975.
Singled Out: Kamchatka's To You
Today Thomas Juneor Andersson, guitarist/lead vocalist for the Sweden's hard rock/blue trio Kamchatka, tells us about their new single 'To You' from their brand new album 'Long Road Made of Gold'.
Everlit - Renovate
Album titles can be cutesy or cryptic, nonsensical or meaningful, and it is the latter category into which Renovate, the new EP from Philadelphia-based rock band Everlit falls.
U2's Set List Conundrum
The overall consensus of the tour during its first month is the staging is not just stunning, but Earth-shattering. However, many fans who bought tickets to multiple shows (including this writer) feel a bit disillusioned.
MorleyView Coal Chamber's Dez Fafara
After reuniting for a few shows several years ago, Coal Chamber completed the process by just releasing an excellent new record, Rivals. Morley speaks With Dez Fafara to learn all about it.
Rush: Beyond the Arena Stage
Rush in 2015 is a band at the peak of their powers. On tour in celebration of their fortieth anniversary ("R40"), they flat-out delivered the goods like a band that had so much on the line.