Album Reviews

Tracii Guns-Led L.A. Guns Lineup’s New Album Will Have A Solid Future Given The Right Support

L.A. Guns is a peculiar band.  Considering everything that has gone on with the band since its inception way back in the 80s and where it stands today, audiences are left almost feeling like they need a program to know what is going on with the group.  Between the breakups, …

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‘Within The Hollow Earth’ Is A Welcome Return For All Hail The Yeti

Independent metal act All Hail The Yeti is counting down the days to the release of its latest studio recording, its new EP, Within The Hollow Earth.  The seven-song record is scheduled for release Friday through Minus Head Records and will come more than three years after the release of the …

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Eric Clapton’s Most Devoted Audiences Will Enjoy His Latest Live Recording

Famed bluesman/rocker Eric Clapton has made quite the stir last year and this year with his outspoken comments on the about COVID-19 pandemic, even going so far as to work with fellow singer-songwriter Van Morrison to write a protest song about the matter in the form of ‘Stand and Deliver.’  …

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‘The Future’ Gives Real Hope For The Future Of Nathaniel Rateliff And The Night Sweats

When Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats released its album, Tearing at the Seams in 2018, it went without saying that the record (the band’s second) was very much a sophomore slump for the band.  That is because by comparison to the group’s self-titled 2015 album, it was far from what audiences …

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BFMV Is Sure To Shake Up Many Hard Rock/Metal Critics’ Year-End Charts With Its Latest LP

Bullet For My Valentine returned this weekend with its latest album.  The self-titled 10-song album was released Friday through Spinefarm Records/Search & Destroy Records.  It came `more than three years after the release of the band’s then latest album, Gravity, which the band has openly said played its own part in …

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