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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…

Brandon Callies and The Screaming Thieves Release New Single “Wandering Feet” Brandon Callies’ rock-and-roll alter ego, Screaming Thieves releasing a new single “Wandering Feet” today. The single is a painfully honest account of a recurring character in the singer’s life. Exploring darker, brooding themes, the single f…

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…

BRANDON CALLIES AND THE AMERICAN REVIVAL TO RELEASE NEW ALBUM THIS SUMMER  Official music video for Leaving California to be released on July 10th “Sounds of Love and Ghosts” also available on vinyl this August on Hand Drawn Records With a sound as unique and vibrant as Texas itself, Hand Drawn Records’ Austin transpla…

A Conversation with Joe Grah of Jibe Interview by Bradon Callies – Photos by James Villa Photography We had an opportunity to sit down with Joe Grah singer of Jibe, before their performance at Gas Monkey Live in Dallas on Saturday night. Here’s what we learned. OTM: Can you describe the writing process for “Epic Tales…

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…

Yes Sun Yes – “The Siege of Austin” Album Review by – Ben Stiles Yes Sun Yes is a new band with a very original sound. The band’s first release is a concept album called “The Siege of Austin,” and it’s chalked full of great hooks and arrangements. The album will surely appeal to a broad audience. Nobody can resist a st…

Faith No More – Sol Invictus Review by Brandon Callies Alt metal icons “Faith No More” are back with a brand new album that is sure to make long time fans happy. The album starts with the title track “Sol Invictus” which has sort of an eerie gothic feel, as if the listener had walked in on a cult. It’s a great tone set…