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  • Anthrax Still Reigns With For All Kings

    Back in 2011 it was only three days difference between Anthrax hitting us with Worship Music and The Big 4 at Yankee Stadium. I distinctly remember running to buy the album to be fully prepared for the show but never expected that album the live longer in my memory than the overall showcase of metal ...
  • Valleys Debut Album Is Definitely An Experiment

    I received the debut album Experiment One: Asylum by Valleys about two weeks ago. I put it on my list of albums to check out and review, especially since it’s a debut from a newer band. Of course I had albums in front of it to check out so I didn’t get to it as ...
  • Megadeth Comes Back Strong With Dystopia

    It was right around Thanksgiving 2014 I remember thinking that Megadeth was a little too quiet after all the touring they did earlier that year. The quiet was quickly turned into an essential implosion as both Chris Broderick and Shawn Drover announced they were leaving over “creative differences”. So obviously this meant a new version ...
  • Primal Fear’s Rulebreaker Offers Something For All

    The problem with being a rock and metal fan in the US is it’s hard to stay up to date on the music you love. Even with the Internet, it doesn’t help. So even at age 36 and after 6 years of being an Internet radio DJ I’m still discovering new bands. Well new to ...
  • Turbo’s Must Have Albums of 2015

    It’s that time of year where every major rock and metal website claims to rattle their brains over their “Top” albums of the year. I say phooey on that because anyone’s “top” anything changes from day to day. So in my usual rock n rollin’ rebel way it’s time for my annual Must Have Albums ...
  • Modern Superstar Should Have Been Big

    We all know that there are bands out there that never made it. They release one or two albums and then, POOF, gone in a flash. Usually it’s easy to figure out why. Either the band members didn’t mix well or the sound just wasn’t right or something stupid. But then there’s that rare few ...

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