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  • BABYMETAL Sophmore Album Is A Mixed Bag

    I distinctly remember how I first came across BABYMETAL two years ago. I was simply just checking iTunes for new releases and saw the name topping the charts. At first I brushed it off as a first week fluke but then when it began causing violent discussions on social media of love and hatred I looked ...
  • Comic Con Box #12 Champions Theme

     Continuing to catch up on my reviews, it’s time for my thoughts on the latest from Comic Con Box (unboxing video) and I’m still amazed I stuck with them for their whole first year. Some months have been sketchy while others were good. Honestly at $29.99 plus shipping added (approximately $32 total) they need more good months ...
  • The Bam Box March 2016 Rivalry Theme Review

      Continuing in my reviews of the geeky subscription boxes that I get I give to you my review of The Bam Box for March 2016 for which the theme was Rivalry (Unboxing Video is here for you enjoyment). For those not familiar with The Bam Box, which is understandable as they’re new, they’re a monthly subscription of ...
  • New York Got Rocked by Next To None & Metal Allegiance

    It’s not often that fans get hit with a good old “one-two punch” of music from bands nowadays. Even the double headline bills during the summer sometimes result in a one sided event. But last week at The Gramercy Theatre those in attendance got their money’s worth by Next To None and Metal Allegiance as both bands delivered ...
  • Loot Pets March 2016 VS. Theme Review

      Yes I’m behind on my reviews but things have been busy. But better late than never for my review of Loot Crate‘s expansion subscription called Loot Pets. Obviously it’s for our furry friends. Loot Pets is $19.99 a month (plus $5 shipping) with a guaranteed overall value of $50 or more. So having two chihuahuas I ...
  • Iron Maiden Still Reigns In NYC

    We’re at a crucial time in the world of rock and metal music as the bands many of us grew up idolizing begin to slow down or retire and newer bands struggle to book big venues because people would rather watch free YouTube videos of a concert than actually pay for a great live show. ...

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