Friday, October 21, 2016

Star Wars Rogue One, X-Men Logan, Mianus, Metamorphestra, John Wesley, Myatan, Fire Garden, Brain Tentacles, and Windtrails



Today’s menu?


Each trailer gets better and better!


What a great spin on the genre.


Hilarious!


This is even more awesome that you’re hoping it is.


Think Porcupine Tree without Steven Wilson. The result is heavy and glorious!


Melodic prog.


Melodic prog.


New RVA prog band comprised of veteran musicians, and it’s groovy.


Instrumental. Ambient. Djent. Guitar.



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Saturday, October 08, 2016

Prophets Of Rage, Metallica, Tear Them Down, Hemina, Soul Solitude, Prognois, Guy Hatton, Watchtower, Diamond Mind, Blue Of Colors, and Andrew Rubin & Jon Anderson



Today’s menu?


Members of Rage Against The Machine, Public Enemy, and Cypress Hill. This is want we have been training for folks!


Second single from the new album and I’m hooked. I haven’t really enjoyed a Metallica album since ReLoad. But these new songs have the production and sound engineering of the black album and the Load albums; the fluid guitar of Justice and the black album; and Lars’ drumming hasn’t been this driving and dynamic since Justice. Cannot wait to hear the whole album.


Punk. Yes please!


This melodic prog-metal band from Sydney, Australia just gets better with each release.


Melodic prog-metal from Brisbane, Australia this time. Something delicious is brewing in this genre down under!


Very good melodic metal from Buenos Aires, Argentina.


Incredible from instrumental prog-rock from a former member of Gold Frankincense & Disk Drive?




Straight-up rock with influences from garage rock and The Beatles.


Pop rock with hooks, hooks, hooks!


Some lite, but good indie rock for a change


And we close with just raw guitar talent.



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Wednesday, October 05, 2016

NOFX, Brieg Guerveno, The Color Glass, Skyward, Vitne, Darrel Treece-Birch, and Sleep



Today’s menu?


The dynasty of punk continues. Album comes out October 7, 2016.


Prog-rock at the highest caliber! I cannot wait to hear this new album in its entirety.


This concept album left me speechless. Mesmerizing modern prog-rock.


Just damn good melodic modern rock.


Solid melodic hard rock, once again, from Oslo musician.


Instead of space-rock, how about water-rock?


Some claim this is the heaviest album of all time, and the only stoner album you need after Black Sabbath’s albums. Thoughts?



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