Road Trip: Elvis in Shreveport: Still in the Building
The famous line "Elvis has left the building" was first uttered in 1956 in Shreveport, Louisiana at the end of an Elvis performance for the Louisiana Hayride radio program. Presley had indeed left the building immediately after his set but he never, in spirit at least, really left Shreveport
Singled Out: Christian Hansen's Small Fry
Today Toronto-based musician Christian Hansen tells us the story behind the title track from the new 'Small Fry' EP, which was engineered and produced by Doug Organ.
Cannibal Corpse - A Skeletal Domain
"A Skeletal Domain" sounds exactly how any death metal journeymen will picture it, and it comes away winning over the carved-out hearts. An abattoir's delight.
Singled Out: Engineers' Fight or Flight
Today Mark Peters from Engineers tells us about the song 'Fight or Flight', the first song from their brand new album 'Always Returning,' which was released this week.
MorleyView From Light Rose The Angels
FLRTA have all the trappings of a Nightwish or a Within Temptation. Morley spoke with VK Lynne recently to talk her involvement with this band, following her stint as vocalist for a critically-lauded record last year with stOrk.
Singled Out: Vespers Nine's Mystery
Today Vespers Nine lead vocalist/ bassist Gricel Julie Dosal tells us about the song 'Mystery' which is the opening track fro their brand new album 'True Story'.
Death - Leprosy
The great thing about "Leprosy" is that it's not necessarily the seminal Death album, but for several reasons the seminal Death album of a certain era of the group when the band was undoubtedly at its peak.
Singled Out: Freak Kitchen's Freak of the Week
Today Mattias IA Eklundh from Freak Kitchen tells us about the song 'Freak of the Week' from their brand new album 'Cooking with Pagans,' which was released today in North America.
Road Trip: Under the Volcano: Fun Erupts on Star Flyer Cruise to Nicaragua
It's not very often that you get a chance to stand almost right on the edge of an active volcano as steam rising swirls around you. Amazingly that's something you can safely enjoy when you take a cruise to Nicaragua on the Star Flyer.