Posts Tagged ‘New Album’

– By Krishen Anthony – On Tour Monthly sits down with Butcher Babies‘ one half of the dynamic vocal duo Heidi Shepherd, guitarist Henry Flury, and bassist Jason Klein, after their set at this year’s Mayhem Festival in Dallas, TX to talk about their new record “Goliath”, being asked to join the Mayhem festival, having t…

– By Krishen Anthony – On Tour Monthly sits down with Rob Zombie‘ guitarist John 5 before their headlining appearance at this year’s Mayhem Festival in Dallas, TX to talk about their new record “Venomous Rat Rengeneration Vendor“, favorite Mayhem moment, his friendship with Rob Zombie and more!…

– By Brandon Callies – RATING: “PUSH PLAY” Iggy and the Stooges’ latest release Ready To Die bleeds rock n roll excess. Nothing is taboo with this band of aging degenerates, and the proof can be found in songs like ” Burn” and “Sex and Money.” “Job” is the ultimate slacker anthem, but if anybody can convince one to thr…

– By Michal Elizabeth Smith – RATING: “PUSH PLAY” Lorde’s debut chart-topping EP, The Love Club is catchy and captivating. The New Zealand powerhouse will blow listeners’ minds to epic proportions, especially since the pseudonymous Ella Yelich-O’Connor is a mere sixteen years old. The five song EP contains a perfect co…

– By Brandon Callies – RATING: “PUSH PLAY” Alice in Chains returns with their Beach Boys-on-steroids harmonies and a new album The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here. The band starts off strong with the first single from the album, “Hollow.” Track one sets the signature dark mood that has made the band a household name and is pr…

– We’rewolves by Dustin Blocker – RATING: “PUSH PLAY” Eight tracks of crunchy, blues border the thin line between an overt amount of grime and just enough grease in the debut eponymous effort of Fort Worth’s We’rewolves.  The results are as singularly trippy as they are lavishly conventional. A salient mash of heavy rh…

– By Brandon Callies – RATING: “DON’T PUSH PLAY” The first word that comes to mind after listening to Megadeth’s fourteenth studio album is “mediocre.” Super Collider starts off strong with “Kingmaster” then quickly looses momentum with the title track of the album “Super Collider.” There is just not much distinction b…

– By Chris Whitehead – RATING: “PUSH PLAY” Let me start off by saying this is a much better album than their last LP Coaster. NOFX isn’t a band for everyone, but for those that have grown up over the last 25 years with them, you know what to expect. There’s well placed humor, Mike’s political and religious views, and a…