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Most Popular Review Of August: Motley Crue Farewell Tour
More than an hour into Motley Crue's final Chicago area show, the crowd's arms are surging forward with fists full of fury as the chant "Shout... shout... shout" singing along to their seminal 1983 anthem "Shout at the Devil".

Singled Out: Jennell's This One's For You
Today indie pop/folk singer/songwriter Jennell tells us the story behind the song 'This One's For You' from their brand new EP 'Home', which was released today (August 28).

Flashback: Bruce Springsteen's Born To Run
Bruce Springsteen's Born To Run was released in August of 1975 and forty years later, the eight songs that make up this rock n' roll masterpiece are every bit as vital as they were in 1975.

Singled Out: Audiotopsy's The Calling
Today Greg Tribbett (Mudvayne) from Audiotopsy tells us the story behind the song 'The Calling' a track from their debut album 'Natural Causes,' which is being released by Napalm Records tomorrow (Aug 28).

First Decree - This is Our Rise
Fans of these Cheyenne-based rockers have already heard two of the album's songs as "Phoenix" and "Lost in the Crowd". It's likely that more of the songs on This is Our Rise will garner the group even more radio airplay.

Singled Out: The Falling Birds' Sweet Things That Kill
Today Stephen Artemis (Guitar, Vocals, Harmonia) form the eclectic rock group The Falling Birds tells us the story behind their new single 'Sweet Things That Kill' from their forthcoming EP 'Till We All Fall Down'.

Sulphur Aeon - Gateway to the Antisphere
The record is appealing in how it handles the structures of Behemoth-styled death metal while nourishing its knack for a lead guitar devoted to an array of compelling melodies and its magnificent atmosphere.

Singled Out: Jonesin and the Hurt's Concerta
Today Ralph Clarke from the Toronto rock band Jonesin and the Hurt tells us the story behind their song 'Concerta' which comes from their latest album 'Why Not?'

The Blues: Lazer Lloyd- Billy Hector- John Cocuzzi
Kevin Wierzbicki tells us about these new Blues releases Lazer Lloyd, Billy Hector's Old School Thang and John Cocuzzi's Ding Dong Daddy in this latest installment of The Blues.

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Singled Out: Fable Cry's Dead Or Alive (For Now)
Today Zach Ferrin from Fable Cry tells us about their new track 'Dead or Alive (For Now)' from their brand new album 'We'll Show You Where the Monsters Are' which they are releasing this week (August 25th).

The Unravelling - Master Drone (single)
The Unravelling is a duo featuring vocalist Steve Moore and instrumentalist Gustavo De Beauville. The single "Master Drone" is an angry little tune. It may remind you of Faith No More, back during their 90s prime.

Singled Out: The Black Atlas' Black Milk
Doom-rock artist The Black Atlas recently released his new solo EP 'Devils' and to celebrate we asked him to tell us the story behin the song 'Black Milk'.

Singled Out: Evan Michaels' Blame Dallas
Today country music star Evan Michaels tells us about the song 'Blame Dallas' from the brand new album 'It's About Time' which is being released today (August 21st).

RockPile: Acidic- Godsticks- Vidunder
Kevin Wierzbicki tells us about the new rock releases: Acidic's Creatures, Godsticks' Emergence and Vidunder's Oracles and Prophets in this latest installment of Rock Pile.

Singled Out: Ahab's The Light In The Weed (Mary Madison)
Today Ahab guitarist and lyricist Chris Hector tells us about the song 'The Light In The Weed (Mary Madison)' from their brand new album 'The Boats Of The Glen Carrig', which will be released tomorrow (August 21st).

Devil City Angels (L.A. Guns, Poison, Ozzy Osbourne) - Devil City Angels
When you have guys like Tracii Guns (guitar), Rudy Sarzo (bass) and Rikki Rockett (drums) making new music as Devil City Angels, you have decades' worth of multi-platinum experience at work.

Singled Out: Pat Valley + The Population's
Today Pat Valley of Pat Valley + The Population tells us about title track from the brand new EP 'Triplicity.' The EP features guest appearances from Michale Graves (Misfits), Rodney Beaubouef (Stuck Mojo).

Singled Out: Menage's Our Time Is Now
Today L.A. alt-rock group Menage tells us the story behind their single and music video for the song 'Our Time Is Now', which is a track from their self-titled EP album

Get To Know... Bridge to Grace
Besides having a single that's racing up the Active Rock charts, the band is bringing their new music to the country on a summer tour that will see them playing headlining shows as well as opening for bands like Full Devil Jacket.

Jethro Tull - Minstrel in the Gallery: 40th Anniversary La Grande Edition
Jethro Tull fans will love this 2-CD/2-DVD set as not only does it present Minstrel in the Gallery in a slick remixed version (by prog kingpin Steven Wilson) but also plenty of other previously hard to find or unreleased material from the same era.

Cradle of Filth - Hammer of the Witches
The album is called Hammer of the Witches and it doesn't take long for the hammer to come down. It may not exactly be witchcraft but as usual Cradle of Filth have something very special going on here.


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