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We are in The Age of Ore with Malevolent

Up and coming metal trio The Age of Ore is an outfit making waves with their heavy sound. Made up of young members, all in their teens, they show off a familiarity with modern metal as well as hard-rock roots. The band is releasing their album Malevolent on the heels of their solid recent singles. […]

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Revolution Engine Rise Up With ‘Fist & Flame’

The ongoing war between Ukraine and Russia has led to an immense need for change, hope, and purpose around the world. This is the theme of Canadian rock band Revolution Engine’s newest album Fist & Flame. Revolution Engine is a rock band hailing out of Alberta, Canada. The band consists of members Kenny Canoe (vocals), […]

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Hyde Out Has ‘Tunnel Vision’

If you’ve read my reviews before you know my love and appreciation for bands and artists who aren’t afraid to branch out and experiment with their music. Hyde Out has done this with their newest album Tunnel Vision.  Hyde Out is an indie rock duo based out of London, United Kingdom. The duo is made […]

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Electric Poets Bring you ‘To The Bottom’

As a band you must master your own local area before pursuing your dreams of becoming world renowned. There is no secret trick that can skip this step if you hope for continued success. Getting out there and connecting your music with fans is hard work. The results are worth it though. Our recent discovery […]

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Davy Williamson Lights It Up ‘Down By The Fire’

“Down By The Fire” is the new EP from North Carolina artist Davy Williamson, a fiery and fierce display of emotion and musicianship. It’s a powerful tour de force of an EP, with a substantial amount of harsh feelings behind the 8 listed tracks. It’s also the debut of Davy Williamson himself as a solo […]

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Meet Us “Under the Gallows” For Their Electric Debut

Under the Gallows has stepped out swinging with their debut, the self-entitled Under The Gallows. This 13-song wonder is the brainchild of Denton, Texas musicians Sam Thiebaud and Brandon Gallemore. What started as a project by some heavy metal-loving high school friends in early February 2020 has turned into a full album with 13 songs […]

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Makes My Blood Dance Shows Us The “Power of the Lightside”

If you’re looking for relentless rock n’ roll thunder that doesn’t apologize for its machismo, the hard-charging grooves of Makes My Blood Dance’s “Power of the Lightside” could be exactly what you need to hear this July. Rooted in the ultra-aggressive intensity of a bygone era in rock and metal, “Power of the Lightside” at […]

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Accidental President Demands Your Vote

For a band that is willing to keep their heads down and keep pushing ahead, success will come. The music business is not an easy one but that is what makes it worthwhile for the dedicated and passionate to put in the blood, sweat, and tears. Recent discovery Accidental President has put in the time […]