The Power List- October 19, 2015

   In the last couple of weeks, there have been a slew of amazing new albums released. From The Winery Dogs, Queensryche, Sevendust and Stryper, each have their own punch. I’ve listened to them in varying degrees and starting to think why some appealed so easily right away while...

The Power List- October 13, 2015

Metal and rock and roll in general has always been about being subversive. From Elvis’ swaying hips inciting lewd sexual behaviour to modern day Lindemann singing about the virtues of abortion and how he hates his wife, his family, his lack of riches and pretty much everything, these topics...

Sevendust- Kill The Flaw (Review)

After a lengthy time between albums, Sevendust have returned with Kill The Flaw. Following their acoustic album, Time Travelers and Bonfires, the Georgia rockers come back with full force. The guitars are meatier, crunchier and angrier. Morgan Rose’s screaming vocals have more of a gutteral rasp and his drums...

Queensryche- Condition Human (Review)

Queensryche has always been a band that is reflection of the evolution of hard rock/metal itself. Through the ’80s it was seen as the American answer to the New Wave of British Heavy Metal (NWBHM). Comparisons to Iron Maiden and Judas Priest were there because of their intricate, progressive...

The Power List- September 7, 2015

After a rather trying week, I didn’t really explore a lot of music until the last couple of days. The new Queensryche video was a happy surprise, even though I knew their new lineup has been producing excellent music. I always seem to have one silly song that I...

The Power List- August 31, 2015

There are some weeks that are ran on “auto-pilot” so to speak. You don’t feel the day pass. It’s more of a blurry fog for one reason or another. This past week had an ethereal quality to it for several reasons: Forest fire haze from some nearby U.S. states,...