Articles in the Bands Category
Cinderella, Music Interviews »
Cinderella isn’t as well known as some of their 80′s contemporaries, but they definitely are some of the most respected. While bands like Poison and Faster Pussycat reveled in simplicity, Cinderella’s songwriting possessed a maturity foreign to the rest of the genre. With his 2013 solo record, , Tom Keifer has released an album that make the 80′s seem like a distant memory.
Bands, Darius, Music, Music Interviews, Otep »
Andrew Bilach, Music, Music Interviews, Owl »
The Right Thing, the second full-length Owl album will be released on April 9th, 2013. This record truly lives in the moment. It’s very primal, organic, competent rock music played with conviction. The Right Thing opens with a cover of The Kinks track “Destroyer.” An album opening with a cover – daring and unconventional, to say the least. As far as I’m concerned, this is rock and roll, the way it should be – not an overthought collection of songs that all sound identical.
Adler, Headline, Headline6, Music Interviews »
“I like being surprised. I also don’t like knowing the path an interview will travel. That journey makes for a more enjoyable, spontaneous listening experience. Color me impressed with Jacob Bunton. The man is articulate, genuinely optimistic and passionate about music, and… let’s put it like this – he’s the type of guy you could sit and talk music with for days. Back From the Dead, the debut album from Adler is a truly enjoyable listening experience.”
Darius, Music, Music Interviews, Sevendust »
We at All Knowing Force are thrilled to have spoken with arguably the greatest heavy metal frontman of our generation in Lajon Witherspoon of Sevendust. Lajon, or LJ as he likes to be called, really needs no introduction. He’s a dominating presence on stage, fronting a massively respected band that is about to release their ninth studio album, Black Out The Sun, on March 26th.
Korn, Love and Death, Music Interviews »
Between Here and Lost is worthy of your attention. It’s not a masterpiece by any means, but Head deserves all the credit in the world for not only changing the opinion of the masses, but making people realize he was one of, if not the most important components of one of the most successful bands in heavy music history. Between Here and Lost is worthy of your hard-earned money and then some.