You couldn’t put together a more perfect band.
On paper alone, the music credentials of each member of Edge of Paradise are nothing less than stellar. But it’s the music that backs up – and blows the ears and mind out – loud and clear.
Whether you’re listening to the soothing piano melodics of “Mystery” or “Shade of Crazy,” courtesy of the band’s latest release, Alive, you know that you are hooked for the rest of your life.
Rolling Stone Magazine’s list of the Top 100 metal albums upset many of us. It’s still gnawing at me and I just cannot let it pass. So, I am calling on all of my metal brothers and sisters to submit his or her list of the top 10 to 25 metal albums of all time! The Symphony of Rock will create a true metal list, but we need your help!
VINNY CECOLINI EXCLUSIVE: Today, finding artists worth sharing is nearly impossible. Most of what I hear are hollow retreads and misfired homages to established bands. It is for these reasons that I was shocked out of my journalistic stupor when I first heard Weapons of Anew.
“Insecure” is definitely not a word one would use to describe Myles Kennedy, but the vocalist/guitarist stated that he has admitted that the end – of his music career, that is – has crossed his mind.
Gregg Allman of the Allman Brothers Band has died at the age of 69.
Chris Cornell, vocalist of Soundgarden, Audioslave, and a solo artist in his own right, died Wednesday, May 17, 2017 in Detroit, Michigan. He was 52.
Ask Ron “Bumblefoot” Thal to describe his band Art of Anarchy and, depending on what time of the day it is, you might get a dissertation in food. Art of Anarchy is a recipe that has so far served the music world well. The band’s second studio album, “The Madness,” was released this past March. Quite simply, Art of Anarchy is ready to bring its musical cuisine to the masses.
Austin Dickinson is usually one articulate fella when it comes to discussing his music. But when the questions are pointedly geared towards his inner persona, the vocalist becomes noticeably hesitant.
Love and a .38 might be based out of Los Angeles, but don’t even think of comparing the band to the Hair Metal groups that once roamed the infamous Sunset Strip and the like.
“Tell Me” is the second single off the Las Vegas, Nevada-band’s fifth studio album, Notorious, which is scheduled to be released June 9, 2017.