There is something to be said about the enduring legacy of Dream Theater. In a day and age when bands and scenes come and go and music is seen as being as disposable as fast food, it is somewhat commendable that have continued to forge on and create music that is both challenging and completely unfiltered.
Rock & Metal Music Reviews
Some bands will forever be criminally underrated. InMe have put out top quality time after time but never seemed to hit the big time, Hang The Bastard are calling it a day before they had chance to and Volbeat.
Even after over 15 years of listening to rock, metal and all it's petty subgenres, it still takes a lot for a female fronted band to appeal to me. No matter how hard they rock, I often find that even the best of front women can feel like pop singers with a band behind them and that’s before you get to Paramore and t
Fans of post-hardcore have been spoilt of late with an abundance of fresh bands coming through and pushing the scene forward. This is where Cardinal Bay come in with new music and take the genre by the balls.
Mancunian quintet One Last Run are ready for you to hear their debut album Unbreakable, a ten track hard rock effort from Becky Roberts and Co.
Ahh Sweden. You wonderful country. I think we're all in agreement that there isn't much that's come out of Sweden that isn't worthy of shouting about and the mighty Amon Amarth are high up on that list.
If a little bit of Metalcore is your tipple, then maybe let your ears feast on Aberdeen’s, Cleanse the Hive. The Scottish five piece have been knocking around since 2011 and I have got my hands on their latest release ‘From the Depths’. Here are my thoughts on their new recording.
When a genre goes through a resurgence you get so many bands trying to jump on that trend. When blues rock started to get cool again a few years ago there were few bands that truly made the most of this.