Wednesday , August 17 2022

Rock

Music Review: War Gods of the Deep – ‘Robots, Rockets & Rampage’ EP Punches Out Potent Metal

War-Gods-of-the-Deep

'Robots, Rockets & Rampage' is taut, powerful metal, full of tone of sepulchral gravity and superior harmonic concatenations. It exudes raw, palpable, prodigious energy and monumental rhythmic punch. War Gods of the Deep knows how to turn up the heat.

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Music Review: Red Black Red – ‘Resettlement’ Expands the Boundaries of Rock Music

Red-Black-Red

'Resettlement' delivers an amalgamation of prog-rock, alt-rock, gospel exuberance, dynamic stasis, and frictional harmonics into innovative, matchless music - like something out of a futuristic sonic factory, where wild residual energy merges with the digital.

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Interview With Eric Anders, Singer-Songwriter of ‘Eleven Nine’ (Part 1)

I recently reviewed Eric Anders’ latest album, called 'Eleven Nine,' which is an anti-Trump concept album. Intrigued by the sentiments expressed in the lyrics of the album, I decided to interview Eric. I wanted to know more about his motivation for the album, as well as his songwriting process.

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Music Review: Lowpines – ‘In Silver Halides’ Exudes Lush Shimmering Flows of Soft Prog Rock

The highlights of 'In Silver Halides' are the silky-smooth melodies and Deakin’s hushed velvety voice. This is an album rife with beautiful, soft music tip-toeing between orchestral prog rock and buttery acoustic/classicism. 'In Silver Halides' projects lush excellence.

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Music Video Review: Dave Goddess Group – ‘Last of the West Side Cowboys’ Delivers Rough and Ready Rock and Roll

Dave Goddess

'Last of the West Side Cowboys' is simply marvelous. The melody rumbles and rolls along with egregious dynamism, while the rhythm vibrates with a pulsing irresistible pattern. Goddess’ grating voice magnifies the music's electrical sparkle. All these elements combined make it a winner.

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