Sanctuary - The Year The Sun Died
A staunch continuation of the Nevermore sound, this is a fairly underwhelming experience that adds just a smidge of relevancy to the Sanctuary brand, an album based more on a few prime moments than its actual songs.
Singled Out: Battlehooch's Taking Kate For a Drive
Today AJ Mckinley from psych-pop n rock group Battlehooch tells us about the song 'Taking Kate For a Drive' from their brand new EP 'Wink,' which is being released tomorrow (November 22nd).
Rock Reads: Southbound: An Illustrated History of Southern Rock
There's always been a debate about what exactly constitutes Southern rock but here Bomar posits that the term was coined to refer to the Allman Brothers Band, and accordingly they get far more in depth coverage here than anyone else.
Necrodeath - The 7 Deadly Sins
"The 7 Deadly Sins" is, needless to say, as tight and fulfilling a record as Necrodeath's knowledge and abilities within the sector of their black/death/thrash metal style will allow.
Singled Out: Winter In Eden's With Intent
Today Steve Hauxwell from UK symphonic rockers Winter In Eden tells us about the song 'With Intent' and its new video, which comes from their brand new album 'Court of Conscience'.
Root 66: Shelly Waters - Drive
There's a new artist on the Americana scene, but Shelly Waters is not a beginner. A native of Louisiana's Cajun country, Waters previously worked in the genre known regionally as "swamp pop".
Singled Out: Leon Alvarado's Red Like Blood
Today Prog musician Leon Alvarado tells us about the song 'Red Like Blood' from his brand new album '2014, Music From An Expanded Universe'.
Saga - Sagacity
This is the second record since the return of vocalist Michael Sadler (who left for several years to devote more time to his young family) and I can only surmise that the time away from the band has revitalized both singer and band as these tracks are sizzling!
Singled Out: Burnt Belief (Jon Durant and Porcupine Tree's Colin Edwin)
Today Jon Durant from Burnt Belief (the duo that also features Porcupine Tree's Colin Edwin) tells us about 'Precis' from their brand new album 'Etymology', which was released late last month.