CRADLE OF FILTH – Dani Filth on Victorian Ghosts, Nudity, & Heavy Metal in CRYPTORIANA

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Formed in England in 1991, Cradle Of Filth have solidified their place as one of the most popular extreme metal bands in history. The band generated an immediate underground buzz with their early demos and their debut album The Principle Of Evil Made Flesh in 1994, and subsequently released other seminal albums like Dusk…And Her… Read more »


LIVING COLOUR – Made In The Shade

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Ever since the release of the award winning song Cult of Personality, funk-metal band Living Colour has been a beacon of light in uncertain times.  The song was released on July 14, 1988 and contains several audio samples of 20th century political leaders.  It is one of the best known songs from that era.  Much… Read more »


JANET GARDNER – The Vixen Goes Solo

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Vixen is best known for being the first all-female ‘80s glam-era rock band.  Attention from MTV and Headbangers Ball propelled them into the spotlight with worldwide recognition through endless touring.  Hits like Edge of a Broken Heart and Cryin’ made them household names in the late ‘80s, early ‘90s.  They played to packed arenas with… Read more »


QUIET RIOT – And The Band Raged On

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Quiet Riot is back and creating a lot of noise! With the recent release of their 13th studio album Road Rage and the addition of frontman James Durbin, Quiet Riot maintains their signature sound with a fresh curve to deliver above and beyond everyone’s expectations, being dubbed as one of the best records they have… Read more »


LYNCH MOB – Not a Band, But A Brotherhood

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Oni Logan has a stellar history as a performer. From producing multiple albums and EPs with Lynch Mob to serving as long time vocalist with the Dio Disciples—Logan’s done a lot in the world of music. On September 8, Lynch Mob will be releasing their next album entitled, The Brotherhood, via Rat Pak Records. The album… Read more »


JACKYL – Celebrating 25 Years of Rowdy Rock n’ Roll

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Think back to 1992. Many bands made their debut around that time. Now think about how many of them are still together. Or how many haven’t broken up for a length of time and perhaps gotten back together and barely resemble the old band, with perhaps only one or two original members. Very few have… Read more »


PROJECTED – Re-Ignites

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Supergroup Projected, is making waves in the music industry with their second studio album titled Ignite My Insanity, which is a double album featuring 21 tracks and was released July 2017. Founded in 2012 by Sevendust guitarist John Connolly, this all star line-up includes bassist Vinnie Hornsby (Sevendust),  drummer Scott Phillips (Creed) and guitarist Eric Friedman… Read more »


The Dramatic Fairytale of – SEVEN DAY SLEEP

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Seven Day Sleep is a very new band. However, this does not mean that they lack talent or professionalism. They bring something new to the table with an interesting blend of metalcore and gothic drama on their first release, an EP entitled A Home For Disgusting Fairies.  The members consist of Sofia Ruszczyk on Vocals,… Read more »


EVERY MOTHER’S NIGHTMARE – Grinding On

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Formed in Nashville, Tennessee in the early 90’s, hard rock band Every Mother’s Nightmare (EMN) is no stranger to the music scene. After arriving on the Memphis rock scene, word spread about their energy-packed live performances gaining them the attention of Clive Davis, of Arista Records. After signing with Arista, Every Mother’s Nightmare soon became… Read more »


WES GEER – Rockin’ To Recovery and Changing The World

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As the 2nd Annual Rock To Recovery Concert & Fundraiser approaches on September 16, 2017, it could not happen at a more profound time. Unfortunately, through the years, we have lost many iconic musical artists to drugs, alcohol and suicide. Most recently, Chris Cornell and Chester Bennington, who were influential to so many people not only… Read more »


GEMINI SYNDROME – Making Music for Immortality

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On Saturday July 15, Screamer Magazine talked to Gemini Syndrome drummer Brian Medina and wizard-like vocalist Aaron Nordstrom on their bus under the haunting shadow of the Ohio State Reformatory before their set at this year’s Ink in the Clink in Mansfield, Ohio. Though classified as alternative, prog and nu metal by both fans and… Read more »


GRETA VAN FLEET Rising – Walking Through the Eye of the Storm

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“Hi, folks – hey, got a favor to ask – we’ve just signed a new band – Greta Van Fleet – who I think is right up your alley, and I’d love for you to give a listen to one of their songs – Highway Tune.  Just for you, not to be shared or made… Read more »