I recently had the amazing opportunity to sit down and write about one of my favorite regional bands, Black Plague, and their brand spankin’ new EP, “Existence.” This four song, face melting EP solidifies their position in the scene as well as answers the never aging question, “Is rock music dead?” They went … Continue reading Black Plague – “Existence” EP Review
It sure has been a while since I have written anything but I am glad to be back for this one! This has been a year of ups and downs in the music industry. Lots of amazing music coming out, brand new bands making their way through the ranks, and some unfortunate tragedies as well. … Continue reading Top 10 Albums of 2017 – Will Baker
Deuce is formally known as "Tha Producer", one of the founding members of the rap-rock group Hollywood Undead. His debut album of the same name dropped on April 24th, 2012 and his upcoming album "Invincible" officially releases on December 1st. Musically, the album isn't so bad. The first song "Hell Is Gonna Break Loose" has … Continue reading Deuce’s – Invincible – Review
It has been a hot minute since I had a chance to sit down and put together a damn good article. But luckily I had the chance to talk with Chris Scott from North Carolina rockers, SoulSeason. Soul Season has been a group that has been on my personal radar for quite some time now … Continue reading Artist Interview: SoulSeason
I met the guys of Bridge to Breakdown back in 2016 when they were playing on the same bill as my husband's band, and we clicked immediately. These are some of the most down-to-earth and friendly guys I have ever met and I can't wait to introduce them and their new EP to you all. … Continue reading Bridge to Breakdown Unleashes their Self-Titled EP
Telltale is a pop-punk group hailing from the Virginia scene. Check out Ian's opinion on their new EP "Good Intentions".
After remaining a powerful and consistent name in the North Carolina music scene for well over a decade now, Nephilym's self-titled release blasts straight out of the gate with "Voices". A massive grooving guitar riff sets the stage for the rest of the album, which tosses back and forth a seemingly yin-yang contrast of heavy breakdowns and softer, acoustic-drenched alternative rock.