On May 10th, Orlando, Florida's own Meka Nism released their EP in DIY fashion entitled "The War Inside". With this EP release, Meka Nism is poised to take that next step towards recognition in the world of female-fronted power metal. Meka Nism have already made some significant accomplishments for being an independent band. They have … Continue reading (Album Review) “The War Inside” by Meka Nism
“We Welcome The Pain” by Downfall 2012, welcoming pain delivering pain!
Out of Houston, Texas is a trio that combines several elements of metal including alternative, nu-metal with mainstream rock and that band is Downfall 2012! Downfall 2012 will be releasing their latest album entitled "We Welcome The Pain". Downfall 2012 is composed of Daniel Gil on vocals/guitars, Boo Rogers on bass/vocals, and Casey Bowen on … Continue reading “We Welcome The Pain” by Downfall 2012, welcoming pain delivering pain!
“The Great Electronic Swindle” by The Bloody Beetroots, Lord Have Mercy!
On October 20th, Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo released something remarkable and something that is going to transcend across multiple genres in punk rock, rock, trap, and EDM with "The Great Electronic Swindle". I honestly didn't know what to expect when his PR agent asked me to review this album awhile back. Glad I checked my … Continue reading “The Great Electronic Swindle” by The Bloody Beetroots, Lord Have Mercy!
The Night That Rejuvenated My Passion for Live Music: Featuring Trivium and Arch Enemy!
At The Truman in Kansas City, it was metal giants Trivium and Arch Enemy with special guests While She Sleeps and Fit For An Autopsy absolutely slaying and annihilating the crowd of almost 1,500 people at The Truman in Kansas City, Missouri. It was a rainy night and Madness To Creation received the opportunity to … Continue reading The Night That Rejuvenated My Passion for Live Music: Featuring Trivium and Arch Enemy!
Madness To Creation’s A to Z Reviews: Featuring German Metal Juggernauts Accept!
This band's career has spanned a little over 40 years(not counting the days from 1967 to 1976 when they were known as Band X), and they have tore it up in Europe and have also seen some success in the United States. Some critics say that it is because of their smash hit "Balls To … Continue reading Madness To Creation’s A to Z Reviews: Featuring German Metal Juggernauts Accept!
“Two Parts Viper” by ’68, how can this be two dudes in the band?
This past June, Atlanta, Georgia's own '68 released "Two Parts Viper" via Cooking Vinyl/Good Fight Management. Josh Scogin(formerly of Norma Jean and The Chariot) and drummer Michael McLellan have released quite arguably one of the most raw records I have heard in awhile! The mission for '68 is to get back to the roots of … Continue reading “Two Parts Viper” by ’68, how can this be two dudes in the band?