John Petrucci – Terminal Velocity (Album Review)

John Petrucci – Terminal Velocity (Album Review)

Dream Theater has been among my favorite bands for decades at this point. But I can’t really say I knew that much about each member’s solo career until much later. The guitar wizard in the band, John Petrucci, released his first solo album Suspended Animation back in...
Christbait – EP Review

Christbait – EP Review

One of the benefits of running this site is that I get contacted by a lot of up and coming musicians about whom I wouldn’t have heard otherwise. I try not to do EPs on here because they often don’t present enough material to analyze, but I have made exceptions on this...
Testament – Titans of Creation (Album Review)

Testament – Titans of Creation (Album Review)

Testament has had a rough couple of months recently. They were able to embark on their European tour earlier in the year, but COVID-19 related cancellations had already begun. A few of their shows were postponed, others occurred as planned. Unfortunately, we became...
Archon Angel – Fallen (Album Review)

Archon Angel – Fallen (Album Review)

As we’re all trying to come to terms with the reality of a pandemic and practicing social distancing, music certainly helps. You won’t see me posting much about the virus because I’m not an expert. Furthermore, my job is to keep doing what I always do: provide rock or...
Annihilator – Ballistic, Sadistic (Album Review)

Annihilator – Ballistic, Sadistic (Album Review)

It’s always a good start to the year when one of your favorite bands releases a brand-new studio album. Some news coming out of the rock and metal world were really sad, but getting some new music reminds me of the immortality of good tunes. It’s something to...
Andy Gillion – Neverafter (Album Review)

Andy Gillion – Neverafter (Album Review)

It’s hard to pull off concept albums, isn’t it? Some become legendary, others are regarded as “overdone”. How do you find a story that captures the listener’s attention throughout an entire musical album? Now imagine doing this with almost no lyrics! Andy Gillion, a...

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