Reviews

Baroness: The Red Album

A simple enough concept, a red album, but splashing a coat of paint on the cover of Baroness’ latest would be too easy for frontman John Baizley, well-known for his artistic contribution to the album covers of ...
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Family Values @ PNC Bank Arts Center

It’s kind of ironic that they call it the “Family Values Tour” since that famous four letter “F” word (you know what I fucking mean) was just as much a part of the tour as any other headlining act of the day. A...

Dax Riggs: We Sing Of Only Blood Or Love

From the guitar crunch midway through its soulful opener, “Demon Tied To A Chair In My Brain,” We Sing Of Only Blood Or Love is laid plain. With deadboy and the Elephantmen disbanded —though several former musi...
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Rock The Bells @ Randall’s Island

RANDALL’S ISLAND, NY—The gates had only been open for about 10 minutes and already there were over 1,000 people waiting for security to open the main stage barrier to the greatest hip hop acts of today and y...

The Starting Line: Direction

In light of the recent struggle The Starting Line have gone through to keep themselves off an episode of “Behind The Music,” the modern rockers have spent almost two years slaving over their newly released albu...

Sixx A.M.: The Herion Diaries Soundtrack

Motley Crue co-founder/songwriter/bassist Nikki Sixx is releasing a book this September based on his heroin addiction, depression, cheating death, and recovery. The book covers a year in Nikki’s life, which he ...
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The Oohlas! @ Webster Hall

NEW YORK, NY—Performing a short set at Webster Hall in support of Maximo Park, the California based The Oohlas! arrived in NYC to showcase selections off their Stolen Transmission debut, Best Stop Pop, which hi...
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