Monthly Archives: November 2011

Seven Circle Sunrise offers impressive debut release

There has been an abundance of new music in 2011, however the debut release by Seven Circle Sunrise, Beauty in Being Alone, is worthy of discussion. Based out of Ohio, the three-piece outfit is centered […]

An intimate evening with Corey Taylor at The Rave

Corey Taylor is best known as the monster behind the mask as vocalist for Slipknot, at least when he’s not fronting Stone Sour.  However, emancipate the man from the bevy of musical talent that define […]

Black Friday starts early at Think Tank!

We reviewed and loved the Think Tank Speed Freak V2.0. Think Tank Photo is offering up 11 camera pouches and memory card holders worth almost $300 that you can have added for free to your […]

Black Label Society Photos: The Venue – Hammond, IN

Zakk Wylde’s Black Label Society opened for Judas Priest on their 2011 farewell Epitaph World Tour and the Black Label Order were out en masse. Overlord and Stillborn were easily the best parts of their […]

Deuce, formerly of Hollywood Undead, signs with new label

California based lyricist, producer and knows-no-boundaries singer/rapper Deuce has announced plans to release his intensely anticipated debut solo album Nine Lives via Five Seven Music on March 27, 2012 worldwide. Experiencing unprecedented success as the […]

Daughtry Releases New Music: Break the Spell

Daughtry are about to release their third effort, Break the Spell, on 21 November 2011–exactly five years to the day that their debut album launched to multi-platinum success in 2006. Thanks to social networking, Daughtry […]

Judas Priest Epitaph Shines

The rock and roll landscape changed in 1969 when Judas Priest began their genesis in what would become arguably the most influential band in the development of heavy metal.  Combining the twin lead guitar attack […]

Game Brings West Coast Rap to the Midwest

Rolling into Milwaukee on his latest release, The R.E.D. Album, Game performed to a group of faithful fans at The Rave. His show was heavy on tracks from his heralded debut, The Documentary. Though Game […]