ALBUM REVIEWS

Album Reviews “New Releases and Artist-on-Artist” by ON TOUR MONTHLY

Royal Sons’ debut “Praise & Warships” is a welcomed nod to the 70’s style desert rock sound…with a Texas twist! Royal Sons’ debut full length “Praise & Warships” is a welcomed nod to the 70’s style desert rock sound…with a Texas twist, of course. There is something good in the air around Fort Worth, and this band is pr…

Christian pop duo “ for King & Country” are back with their third album entitled “Burn the Ships,” and it’s bound to impress! Review by Brandon Callies Christian pop duo “ for King & Country” are back with their third album entitled “Burn the Ships,” and it’s bound to impress fans of the genre. This is an anthem filled…

ANGELS & AIRWAVES RELEASE WE DON’T NEED TO WHISPER ACOUSTIC EP  ANGELS AND AIRWAVES CURRENTLY WORKING ON FULL-LENGTH SOUNDTRACK TO STRANGE TIMES FEATURE FILM     ANGELS & AIRWAVES have released WE DON’T NEED TO WHISPER – ACOUSTIC EP, a special four-song EP that celebrates the band’s 2006 debut album with new and stripp…

Nothing More – The Stories We Tell Ourselves Review by Brandon Callies Since their inception, Nothing More has been on a grassroots style rise. Relentless touring and expert songwriting have put them on a road to success. Their new album “The Stories We Tell Ourselves” is more great output from a band that can seemingl…

Jibe “Epic Tales of Human Nature” After over a decade of silence, Jibe is back with their new album “Epic Tales of Human Nature.” It’s a no gimmicks straight ahead rock album, which is an element that has been missing from the music industry for awhile. Jibe has successfully recaptured that 90’s sound without the drawb…

John 5 – Season of the Witch John 5’s musical prowess has been on a constant incline since 2004’s “Vertigo.” That forward motion stays the same with his latest release “Season of the Witch.” It’s a showcase of guitar mastery. No stone is left unturned as John 5 seamlessly moves through genres. Ian Ross and Roger Carter…

Soviet Dog Fight – Hotel Review by Brandon Callies Soviet Dog Fight has something special with their debut “Hotel.” There is a certain atmosphere, a melancholic soundscape, if you will, that is beautifully achieved. “Welcome” is an intro of sorts that really sets the mood for the rest of the album. It’s a somber buildi…

Sixx:AM – Vol.2 Prayers for the Blessed Review by Brandon Callies Sixx A.M. has put out an album full of the swagger that their fans know them for. “Prayers for the Blessed (Vol.2) kicks off with “Barbarians (Prayers for the Blessed)” a fist pumping anthemic track that sets the tone for the rest of the album. Big vocal…