Posts Tagged ‘rock’

– By Dustin Blocker – The first of the four part video mini-series for Dallas’ These Machines Are Winning follows two anti-heroes on their covert bike ride through a wind-swept cityscape.  There are machine guns, explosives, oh, and the song is great too! We definitely recommend this one. …These Machines Are Winning ta…

AUGUST 28TH—GEXA ENERGY PAVILLION (Dallas, TX) The fourth annual Rockstar Energy UPROAR Festival will make a stop at Dallas’ Gexa Energy Pavillion with 90’s alt-heroes Alice In Chains and Jane’s Addiction alongside prog-rockers Coheed and Cambria, Circa Survive and more. Also appearing: Walking Papers (featuring Duff M…

– House Harkonnen by Brandon Callies – RATING: “PUSH PLAY” House Harkonnen is one of Denton, Texas’ shining lights; if that light is the ground opening up to Hell’s flames illuminating the Earth. The quartet’s new Limited Edition LP Beastmode is an incredible addition to the band’s discography. Take a blender; add one…

Trees (Dallas, TX) – Words by Krishen Anthony / Photos by James Villa – “Sweden’s SOILWORK Shreds Trees” Soilwork’s intense brand of melodic death metal showcases their technical prowess as well as their dedication to the genre, but can they do it live? During their daunting 55 date U.S. tour, I was able to catch their…

– By Krishen Anthony – Those familiar with the European metal scene should already know this name. Fans of the band should be intimately familiar with their intense brand of melodic metal. With milestone albums like Stabbing the Drama, and The Panic Broadcast, Sweden’s Soilwork has a long career of success steeped in c…

Palladium Ballroom (Dallas, TX) By David Huff It is incredibly difficult for any artist to maintain a continuous line of communication with its fan base for extended periods of time. It’s darn near impossible to keep that momentum going when your music literally demands the audience see the landscape through the eyes o…