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Musicians sought for FWR

Fear Without Reason, an Alternative Rock band from the West Midlands in the United Kingdom, is urgently looking for an experienced guitarist and bassist. Band members are requesting musicians who have experience in songwriting and playing live. Applicants must be based in the Midlands / Staffordshire area of the UK. Fear Without Reason can be found on most streaming platforms. […]

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Song of the Week

The members of Like A Storm are currently writing for their next album, tentatively entitled “CATACOMBS,” which is scheduled to come out this year. PURE EVIL is the debut track. Pictured, from left, Kent Brooks, Chris Brooks, Matt Brooks, and Zach Wood. Interview to come this week!

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Mark Tremonti – The Lean, Mean Writing Machine

BY: MICHELLE PEREZ-VEGA Mark Tremonti just never knows when to quit writing when he’s ahead. And he is the first to admit that doesn’t think he can. “I’m possessed and obsessed,” Tremonti deadpanned. “I’m always writing, always organizing ideas. I tend to overwrite, so when it comes to doing an album, there’s always plenty to choose from.” Professionally, the last […]

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Call of All beckons…

Call of All have yet to release its full-length album or tour nationally, but the buzz alone on the band’s single, “War and Illusion,” has created a solid and faithful fan base. This two-man band, comprised of vocalist Hunter Watson and guitarist Cody Webb, originally met in their home state of Alabama around 2008. Webb – a sound engineer and […]

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Ages Apart – Mission of Musical Mercy

BY MICHELLE PEREZ-VEGA Ages Apart are young, determined and bursting with ambition. The band has been described as Hard Rock, Alternative, Post-Grunge, Metal Core, and just plain Rock. Adjectives like “angst-ridden,” “fiery,” “visceral,” “searching” and “brash” usually follow in an attempt to define what the band is all about. But for Cody Webb, guitarist and vocalist for the band, the […]

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Pop Evil Climbs With UP

BY MICHELLE PEREZ-VEGA Pop Evil has always delivered a winning formula for those who like their rock heavy, yet extremely tuneful and melodic. So, it’s probably wise to conclude that Pop Evil’s latest, UP, is just one of those multifaceted albums that is bound to be received rather well by the musical masses. UP covers a lot of ground for […]

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The Full Tremonti

BY ARTEMIS AGROTERA On Tremonti’s sophomore effort Cauterize, Mark Tremonti – the band’s founder and nucleus – leaves the listener smacked around and wanting for more. Mark has grown as a vocalist from the debut release All I Was in 2012. The album’s genres are a bit mixed, not the pure thrash Tremonti possibly envisioned when forming the group to […]

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LAMB BED – A Rocky Mountain kinda high

DATELINE, COLORADO…Land of the Rocky Mountains, snow, skiing, the Broncos….Admittedly, not what you would call a musical hotbed. And why would a band move from Los Angeles to the land of John Denver? It’s kind of ironic that any hard rocking outfit would leave behind the fast and furious pace of life in Los Angeles to exist in this tame […]

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Year of the Slash

His voice is measured and manner precise. He is hard to read and you think he is just telling you what you want to hear. But when Slash says he is excited, you chose to believe him. Why shouldn’t he be? His third album – World on Fire, the second featuring Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators – was a Billboard […]