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Shinedown Gives Explosive Performance at the WSU Nutter Center in Fairborn, OH

Shinedown Gives Explosive Performance at the WSU Nutter Center Words by Cathy Moore Photographs by Shawn Wiseman   The Wright State University Nutter Center in Fairborn, OH was on fire Tuesday night thanks to the blazing hot performances of three of today’s biggest rock ‘n roll bands – Asking Alexandria, Papa Roach, and Shinedown.   Asking Alexandria opened the show…

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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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Coverage of the Generation Axe Tour in Austin, TX – Review & Photos of the show here!

Coverage of the Generation Axe Tour in Austin, TX – Review & Photos of the show here! Words and images by Rene Botello   There are many guitarists in the world, but not many can stand out as the line up for Generation Axe.  Nuno Bettencort, Tosin Abasi, Zakk Wylde, Steve Vai, and Yngwie Malmsteen helped shape and push music…

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30 Years since “Land of Rape and Honey”, Ministry is still blowing away crowds! Photos & Review from San Antonio, Texas!!

30 Years since “Land of Rape and Honey”, Ministry is still blowing away crowds! Photos & Review from San Antonio, Texas!!   Words and Images by Rene Botello     Most people at 60 tend to retire from working.  That’s not the case with Al Jourgensen. Having just successfully released “Amerikkkant” earlier this year there seems to be nothing slowing Ministry…

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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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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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Slayer’s Final Tour – Lamb of God, Anthrax, Testament, and Napalm Death! Photo’s and Review from San Antonio, TX

Slayer’s Final Tour – Lamb of God, Anthrax, Testament, and Napalm Death! San Antonio, Texas Photos, Review, and Interview with Barney From Napalm Death!  By Rene Botello Slayer embarked on it’s second leg of their final tour this August and I knew there was no way I was going miss it.  Touring with them were fellow metal giants in their…

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Review of JESUS PIECE new album “Only Self”! Check it out!

Review by Rene Botello In just a few short years, JESUS PIECE has climb to the top of the mound of metallic hardcore music.  Releasing their new album ONLY SELF Aug 24 on Southern Lord, they aim to crush listeners one song at a time. Their newest single continues punishing fans with its lead heavy riffs, roaring bass, and kick…

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The Veer Union Celebrates a Decade of Dynamic Rock with Decade 2: Rock and Acoustic

The Veer Union Celebrates a Decade of Dynamic Rock with Decade 2: Rock and Acoustic By Cathy Moore of Moore Rock Shots & Reviews I became a fan of The Veer Union when I heard the song “Seasons” from their debut album Against the Grain almost 10 years ago. They had such a cool vibe delivering impassioned lyrics in both…

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