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Warrant – Hitting “Louder Harder Faster”

Warrant – Hitting “Louder Harder Faster”

If you’re any kind of rocker you’ve probably sung the words ‘’She’s my Cherry Pie…” many times over the years, some times even when completely unnecessary.  Warrant’s second studio album by the same name of the hit single rocketed up the charts and made the band pretty famous, until the grunge scene took over the […]

Edge of Free Pushes The Envelope

Edge of Free Pushes The Envelope

Dynamic duo Scott Sneddon and John Hussey longtime friends and musicians  have pushed the envelope on their self-titled freshman release Edge of Free!  This original modern rock combination of aggressive acoustic riffs, heavy guitars and heartfelt lyrics both melodic and hard-hitting make for an uniquely interesting certified organically correct observance! If at first cord strikes you […]

Kenny Wayne Shepherd – Lay It On Down

Kenny Wayne Shepherd – Lay It On Down

Lay It On Down, the ninth album from five-time Grammy nominee and critically acclaimed guitarist Kenny Wayne Shepherd, is out August 4 on Concord Records. Recorded at Echophone Studios in Shepherd’s hometown of Shreveport, Louisiana and produced by Shepherd with Marshall Altman (Matt Nathanson, Natasha Bedingfield, Kate Voegele), the album was largely recorded live in […]

SKUMLOVE – The Minister of Sinister

SKUMLOVE – The Minister of Sinister

The band Skumlove, led by front man Skum Love performed at the Tiki Bar in Costa Mesa, CA on April 1st as one of the headliners along with CORE 10 and Anger the Giant. The show benefited the NPO Bridging the Gap to Recovery who recently received their 501c3 status.  The well attended event was […]

House of Lords – Saint of the Lost Souls

House of Lords – Saint of the Lost Souls

House of Lords Wins with Saint of the Lost Souls House of Lords 11th album pays homage to their days of old with heavy synth and keyboards surrounding the famed sound of guitarist Jimi Bell.  The album, “Saint of the Lost Souls,” starts off with mid-tempo power ballads making you wonder if they’ve lost their […]

Gunboat Kings – Two Dozen Years

Gunboat Kings – Two Dozen Years

There is a reason beloved local rockers, the Gunboat Kings, have been entertaining music lovers for over a decade; they never fail to deliver in a big way!  Based in Orange County, California, the Gunboat Kings opened to sold out crowd, at the famed Coach House in San Juan Capistrano. Maybe the crowd came to see headlining act, Blue […]

Mac Sabbath at San Diego’s Brick by Brick – The Mockstrosity Tour

Mac Sabbath at San Diego’s Brick by Brick – The Mockstrosity Tour

Self-described “drive-through-metal” parody band Mac Sabbath partners up with mariachi-meets-metal band Metalachi to please any diverse crowd. The packed house crams up to the stage that has been decked out with a BBQ grill, several mustard and ketchup squeezy bottles and mannequin clown heads billowing smoke on cue flanking the ends of the stage. A […]

Tokyo’s Motor Fist is Straight Up Perfection

Tokyo’s Motor Fist is Straight Up Perfection

On the heels of his recently released solo album, United States based, Ted Poley (Danger Danger), delivers again. This time teaming up with Trixter’s, Steve Brown and the results are a lively and addicting trip back to hard/melodic rock’s heyday! Released under recording giant, Frontiers Music, Srl, Ted and Steve’s side project, Tokyo Motor Fist’s, […]

Maps To The Hollywood Scars Volume One Is Rock-Incarnate

Maps To The Hollywood Scars Volume One Is Rock-Incarnate

I keep hearing Rock is dead, and then I hear music like this and call BULL!  Rock is alive and well, and Maps To The Hollywood Scars’ first EP, Volume One, gives you just that.  From moment one, that crunchy guitar and steady rock beat makes your toe start tapping and you chin to start […]

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