(Mental Health Conversations): Madness To Creation Podcast Ep. 9: Joshua Humlie of WE THREE , plus “Dear Paranoia The Virtual Show Livestream Review

Editor's Note:  It was an absolutely lovely conversation that Madness To Creation Podcast had with Joshua Humlie of We Three.  Joshua is the drummer/keyboardist/programming extraordinaire for this sibling trio out of Oregon.  It has been beyond impressive to see them grow from their showstopping performance on America's Got Talent, which led to a deep run … Continue reading (Mental Health Conversations): Madness To Creation Podcast Ep. 9: Joshua Humlie of WE THREE , plus “Dear Paranoia The Virtual Show Livestream Review

(Livestream Review): “Carry The Fire Part 2: Lead Sails + Paper Anchor” by ATREYU

"Lead Sails + Paper Anchor" by Atreyu was THE album that got them noticed in the mainstream rock world.  The song "Becoming The Bull" was featuring in the Madden '08 video game and was also used to promote commercials for UFC on Spike TV.  The album peaked at No. 8 on the Billboard 200 and … Continue reading (Livestream Review): “Carry The Fire Part 2: Lead Sails + Paper Anchor” by ATREYU

(Album Review): “Dead Kids, R.I.P. City” by SOFT KILL + Livestream Review

On November 20th, legendary post-punk band Soft Kill released "Dead Kids, R.I.P. City" to the masses via Cercle Social Records/Cobraside.  This includes the singles "Floodgate" featuring Tamaryn, "Pretty Face" and "Roses All Around".  The album takes on the tale of Portland, Oregon the past 20 years with a story of melancholy on how the simple … Continue reading (Album Review): “Dead Kids, R.I.P. City” by SOFT KILL + Livestream Review

(Livestream Review): “The Midnight Tour Part 0: The Internet” by SET IT OFF

On November 21st with a special encore presentation, rising stars in the alternative rock world Set It Off unleashed their livestream of "The Midnight Tour Part 0:  The Internet" to their faithful masses.  Set It Off ensured that you got your money's worth with their livestream. To be honest, I wasn't sure what to expect.  … Continue reading (Livestream Review): “The Midnight Tour Part 0: The Internet” by SET IT OFF

(Livestream Review): “Capturing Judas” by FOZZY

For the next 36 hours(approximately), you can go to Veeps and check out the livestream of "Capturing Judas" by the already legendary band Fozzy for $10 plus convenience fees.  I always tell my readers and listeners to catch some livestream shows, because face it, bands and those that work with them have lost their asses … Continue reading (Livestream Review): “Capturing Judas” by FOZZY

(Livestream Review): ATREYU

Recently, metalcore mainstays Atreyu did a fan-request "Greatest Hits" livestream.  Fans were able to purchase general admission livestream tickets for $10 each, or they could've gotten VIP passes which included exclusive content for $35.  We recently viewed the "Greatest Hits Carry The Fire" livestream.  Coming up on December 4th, we will be doing a throwback … Continue reading (Livestream Review): ATREYU

(Livestream Review) ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW Presented by WISCONSIN DEMOCRATIC PARTY

Disclaimer.  Madness To Creation is not associated with any political party nor are they endorsing any candidate, party or otherwise.  We stay neutral when it comes to political parties and candidates as we want this site to be as unbiased as possible, as we believe in letting the viewers decide.  This review was sent to … Continue reading (Livestream Review) ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW Presented by WISCONSIN DEMOCRATIC PARTY

(Concert Review) SILVERSTEIN & FOUR YEAR STRONG Live at Starland Ballroom in Sayreville, New Jersey (3/7/2020)

Luckily, we got to see Silverstein and Four Year Strong as Silverstein celebrated 20 years as a band with three sets with Four Year Strong providing support along with I, The Mighty!  It was a packed house as Silverstein has the reputation of absolutely delivering each and every night live!  Silverstein has also released "A … Continue reading (Concert Review) SILVERSTEIN & FOUR YEAR STRONG Live at Starland Ballroom in Sayreville, New Jersey (3/7/2020)