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A. Estes, Bands, Coheed and Cambria, Music, Music Reviews »

[28 Feb 2012 | 6 Comments | ]
Coheed and Cambria <em>Neverender</em> Retro DVD Review

“The performance speaks for itself and speaks volumes of the band’s raw talent and diversity. As one of the few rock bands of their generation to fuse arena rock grandiose with a dense conceptual narrative and somehow make it easy to swallow, Coheed & Cambria are truly in a league of their own.”

Darius, Dark New Day, Music Interviews »

[28 Feb 2012 | 12 Comments | ]
Interview with Dark New Day Vocalist Brett Hestla

“New Tradition is more than solid; it’s a follow-up record that should make Dark New Day proud and hopefully provide some closure as well, considering their unceremonious departure from Warner Brothers. Most importantly though, the fans of this band should be thrilled to finally hear new Dark New Day music.”

Andrew Bilach, Bands, Music, Music Interviews, Royal Bliss »

[12 Feb 2012 | 9 Comments | ]
Interview with The Voice of Royal Bliss, Neal Middleton

I’ve been a fan and supporter of Royal Bliss for many, many years. When I think of this ban, the words “criminally ignored” comes to mind. They constantly grind out some of the most consistent, hooky, melodic rock on the planet – completely devoid of pretentiousness and Nickelback-Shinedown-esque jingles. Their eighth studio album, Waiting Out The Storm, was released January 24th and features the awesome balled “Crazy.” Take a couple of minutes and investigate these guys. You won’t be sorry.

Music, New York City, Refused »

[9 Feb 2012 | 9 Comments | ]
Refused is playing two sold out shows at Terminal 5 in April.

This is nothing more than a public service announcement for one of my favorite bands…ever. After nearly 15 years, they’ve reunited for a series of show, two of which are at a sold out Terminal 5. Yours truly will be in attendance both nights. I miss being a fan. So few of you are aware of this band, which is unfortunate. Let me do my job, as someone with an audience, to fill you in on what you’ve been missing.