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Silvertung brings back their signature sound with (But At What Cost??!)

Silvertung brings back their signature sound with (But At What Cost??!) By Cathy Moore of Moore Rock Shots & Reviews   After breaking from their signature sound in 2017 for the all-acoustic Lighten Up, Silvertung goes back to their hard rock roots with (But At What Cost??!) released on February 15 through Thermal Entertainment LLC.   Silvertung has had three…

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Lullwater ready to unleash the magic of Voodoo to the world

Lullwater ready to unleash the magic of Voodoo to the world By Cathy Moore for Rock All Photography Music Magazine   Apparently I have been living under a rock because somehow I have missed the presence of the amazing band Lullwater. Formed in 2007 in Athens, GA, Lullwater was born from the indelible mark that the godfathers of grunge left…

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Check out our review of “Dead Religion” by Align the Tide

Review of Align the Tide’s latest album “Dead Religion” By: Sara Robinson The album ‘Dead Religion’ is a serious album that brings a cultural viewpoint into a world of metal. It is a cumulative album of tracks sorted and displayed to showcase who Align the Tide is and where they are heading. Each track threads itself into a harder and harder…

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The Aviators are proving that rock and roll definitely isn’t dead

The Aviators are proving that rock and roll definitely isn’t dead By Cathy Moore of Moore Rock Shots & Reviews   From the first song of The Aviators’ latest release Flowers and Moonshine, I felt like I had been sucked back into the 1970s when rock ‘n roll was hot and heavy. Even though this is album number 4 from…

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Architects finds growth and pushes past barriers! Review of Architects new album “HOLY HELL”

Architects finds growth and pushes past barriers with its new release HOLY HELL, their eighth album. After tragically losing guitarist Tom Searle, the band stated “Ultimately, there were two choices,” drummer/brother Dan Searle says. “Feel sorry for yourself, and believe the world to be a horrible place and let it defeat you. Or let it inspire us to live the…

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Swiss Female Retro Metal Quintet Bring The Pain

Swiss Female Retro Metal Quintet Bring The Pain Burning Witches – Hexenhammer Review by Bryan Morrison   The all female five piece hailing from Brugg, Switzerland known as Burning Witches are currently on the tip of many a metal fan’s tongue, and for good reason.  With their sophomore effort, Hexenhammer, the gals make it clear that they can hold their own…

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Anthony Vincent of 10 Second Songs Releases Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” in 42 Styles

Anthony Vincent of Ten Second Songs has released his newest video, Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” in 42 Styles, including such diverse artists and bands as System Of A Down, Frank Sinatra, Scott Joplin, and Bobby McFerrin. “I disappeared from the internet for a month to finally take on my number 1 requested song. Being away from social media was very good…

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STEW Reconnects Rock to its 60s and 70s Roots with ‘Hot’ EP

Swedish Rock Band STEW has released their 4 track EP, HOT, a gritty and nostalgic fusion of classic rock and blues inspirations. “This EP is a mix of classic rock, blues and soul! The four songs are heavy influenced by the late 60’s and 70’s era. With groovy riffs, strong vocals and swinging drums! Classic yet modern..” – STEW “The…

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Tantric releases Mercury Retrograde – a cool combination of styles and sounds – Album Review

Tantric releases Mercury Retrograde – a cool combination of styles and sounds – Album Review By Cathy Moore After almost two decades of music, multiple variations of lineups, and thousands of live shows, Tantric is still going strong and making music that defies definition and has a profound impact on the world. The Tantric discography includes: Tantric (2001), After We Go (2004), The End Begins (2008), Mind…

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A Hybrid of Classic Metal and Modern Rock -Review of “Soulrise” by Images of Eden

A Hybrid of Classic Metal and Modern Rock -Review of “Soulrise” by Images of Eden By Tiffini Taylor Edited by Cathy Moore Images of Eden has a great sound and their music cannot be described by only one genre. The band is a great mix of rock and metal. On Images from Eden’s latest album, Soulrise, you can figure out your own…

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