Album Reviews

Sepultura, BMG’s New ‘Sepulnation’ Retrospective Collection Is Imperfect But Entertaining

Sepultura is among the most influential and important acts in the hard rock and metal communities today.  The band has built that reputation over the course of more than 30 years and 15 albums.  This even as the band has seen multiple changes in lineups and labels over that span.  …

Read More »

Black Veil Brides Will Impress Its Most Devoted Audiences Again With Its Latest LP

Veteran rock band Black Veil Brides is scheduledto finally release its latest album this week in the form of The Phantom Tomorrow.  The band’s sixth album, it was originally scheduled for release June 4.  Its release was delayed in order to allow the comic book that will accompany the record to …

Read More »

David Reece Offers Audiences Another Successful Album In ‘Blacklist Utopia’

Veteran rocker David Reece is scheduled to return this week with his latest album, Blacklist Utopia.  The 13-song record is scheduled for release Friday through El Puerto Records and will come a little more than a year after the release of his then latest album, Cacophony of Souls.  He released that album …

Read More »

Station’s Established Audiences Will Have A Positive “Perspective” On The Band’s Latest Album

Candy is typically the most common treat that people give out on Halloween, but fans of the independent rock band Station got a special treat early this month in the form of the band’s new album, Perspective.  Release Oct. 8 through Station Music, LLC via AWAL, the 10-song record is certain …

Read More »

‘Quantum Leap’ Is A Largely Successful New Offering From Gus G.

Firewind founder and guitarist Gus G. is quoted from a recent interview as saying of his new album, Quantum Leap, that he “didn’t make it with the intention of it being the next one in the cycle of solo albums.  It was more of a case of, ‘What else is there?’ …

Read More »