“It’s great to mix the blues with all the other music I love and make something, hopefully uniquely my own.”
Atlas describes itself as a guitar/keyboard-driven melodic rock band that combines elements of rock, pop, progressive rock, and jazz. Normally that’s a lot for any band to take on; hinting that the members might not have found a comfortable nor identifiable musical niche. Atlas, however, surprisingly pulls it off with amazing results.
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!
After overcoming challenges and exceeding expectations, WHITE NOISE OWL – the emerging alternative rock group featuring seasoned members of Lo-Pro, Snot, Evanescence and Black Label Society – have stepped out of the studio from which they first assembled and onto the scene; perfectly poised to rattle the rock world… set out to be its own horse in its own race, completely unique unto themselves.
The band’s upcoming album, “Condition Critical,” will drop later this year and pre-orders will become available soon.
SUBLIME WITH ROME will once again join forces with The Offspring on the second leg of the pair’s 2017 North American tour. Hailed as two of Southern California’s most prolific bands, both groups will head out this September for a dozen shows in the states, kicking off on Sept. 8 in Chicago, IL and concluding on Sept. 30 in Salt Lake City, UT, with dates in Philadelphia, Boston, New York, Texas and California coming in between. Tickets are on-sale now at http://www.sublimewithrome.com!!
MOTÖRHEAD will release ‘Under Cöver,’ a collection of some of their best covers, and a collection which will include the previously unreleased version of David Bowie’s timeless classic “Heroes”. Recorded during the ‘Bad Magic’ sessions in 2015 by Cameron Webb, it was one of the last songs the band recorded together.