Post Tagged with: "groove"

Submitted by newseditor on Fri, 08/08/2014 - 20:07 / in News - Comments

The Defiled announces European & UK tour dates 2014

Having already hit the UK, Australia and the US this year, London metallers The Defiled will embark on their first full European tour of 2014 in November. Appearing as special guests to Avatar, the tour takes in eleven countries across 19 shows, including the band’s first show in the Czech Republic.    “We just love to play”, states...
Submitted by thanos on Mon, 02/17/2014 - 02:14 / in Reviews - Comments

Dead By April - Let the World Know

I’m sooo into this gaycore trend of our time. It’s fun! Why? Well, it’s easy to be part of it. Get a few trendy, “macho-like” guys with tattoos and the band is ready to go! So, here (in case you are not aware of it) we have a Swedish band formed in 2007 and this is their third full-length album.   Musically the music formula is...
Submitted by newseditor on Fri, 02/14/2014 - 17:01 / in News - Comments

Rock Candy Funk Party - Takes New York - Live at the Iridium DVD on February 24th 2014

On February 24th, 2014, Rock Candy Funk Party will follow up last year’s debut album "We Want Groove" with Rock Candy Funk Party "Takes New York - Live at the Iridium" – a live DVD/Blu-ray package featuring over 100 minutes of music and a 30-minute documentary, and an exclusive live companion double CD, all filmed and recorded at the...
Submitted by newseditor on Wed, 02/12/2014 - 16:27 / in News - Comments

Monolith - Dystopia on April 11th 2014

Resident in Bremen, Germany Monolith have been bashing out doomy, groovy, slow and psychedelic tunes for about three years. So far they have recorded a 4-track-demo and played a few shows in Northern and Eastern Germany, supporting Kadavar among others. In late summer of 2013 the band withdrew into their studio to record their first album "Dystopia" which...
Submitted by newseditor on Fri, 09/20/2013 - 16:46 / in News - Comments

Wille And The Bandits - Grow on October 14th 2013

Having toured their unique brand of rock music with the likes of Deep Purple, Joe Bonamassa, John Butler Trio and Status Quo, Wille and the Bandits release their first nationally distributed album, “Grow” on October 14th 2013.   The album will be supported by a 20 date UK tour, kicking off on Nov 1 in Penzance.   WATB are renowned for...
Submitted by thanos on Sat, 08/31/2013 - 01:12 / in Reviews - Comments

Arceye - At First Light

Four years after their debut release “The Divide Between Chaos & Order”, Arceye are back with their second, more mature & updated in every part album. This band is the epitome of extreme metal. They have blended heavy, thrash metal, death metal, progressive, groovy metal elements along with melodic & acoustic parts very harmonically so I do...
Submitted by thanos on Sun, 08/25/2013 - 18:03 / in Interviews - Comments

Trouble

Hi Bruce, it’s great to have you back after almost 6 years. How do you feel about “The Distortion Field”? I believe it’s a remarkable album indeed!   B: I feel very good about it. It sounds like a re-energized band when you hear it. Sounds like Trouble definitely, but with a little jump in its step that hasn’t been there for...
Submitted by thanos on Sun, 08/25/2013 - 01:08 / in Reviews - Comments

Trouble - The Distortion Field

In a time that all that matters is how good any replica is… while clone bands rule, we thankfully have some major “returning” bands showing how the game should be played, offering “new food” to all the clones/clowns, as they offer them a part of “inspiration”. Yeap, Trouble are back 6 years after “Simple Mind...
Submitted by newseditor on Tue, 08/20/2013 - 21:55 / in News - Comments

Trouble announce new Bass player

On the eve of the European release of their latest studio album "The Distortion Field", Trouble have made a permanent addition to the band line-up with the hiring of bass player Rob Hultz.   Hultz is no stranger to the heavy metal, hard rock, and doom metal genres as his lengthy music resume boasts. While still in high school, he joined an East...
Submitted by thanos on Fri, 08/09/2013 - 01:14 / in Reviews - Comments

The Defiled - Daggers

All this metalcore, “extreme”, groovy, gay rock/metal trend of our time has started becoming a bit annoying at long last. First is the “big metal labels” that used to promote and support metal music (I won’t write “true” for it would be misunderstood by many) which have made a major opening to this new tendency and second...