The group that brought you "Suicide Notes & Butterfly Kisses", "The Curse", and "A Death Grip On Yesterday" is back with somewhat of a new direction that showcases their maturation in their arrangements and growth in their songwriting. Metal giants Atreyu are unleashing "In Our Wake" via Spinefarm Records on Friday, October 12th to the … Continue reading (Album Review) “In Our Wake” by Atreyu
In the metal world, Welsh rockers Bullet For My Valentine have showcased their sheer talent for melody and well thought out arrangements. With each album, Bullet For My Valentine has allowed their legion of fans to unpack layers of the band as they offered up new elements with each album. However, with "Gravity", they are … Continue reading (Album Review) “Gravity” by Bullet For My Valentine
Lineup changes, persona changes, and still killing it after all these years is how many people would describe hard rock legends Powerman 5000. The Dudley Boys have used Powerman 5000 for entrance music in WWE, their music has been featured in video games, tv shows, and the like, and people still remember them for their … Continue reading Powerman 5000 Still Has IT After All These Years!
Deep in the backwoods of Louisiana comes a band that has a newfound purpose, a new found sobriety(congratulations to Cane Hill), and a renewed sense of focus which is allowing them to cultivate copious amounts of power and strength as Cane Hill has released "Too Far Gone" via Rise Records. Elijah Reed, vocalist of Cane … Continue reading “Too Far Gone” by Cane Hill…Power and Strength!
In 2016, Swedish doom-rock technicians Egonaut reformed with a new vocalist in tow as Emil Kyrk joined Egonaut. In November 2017, Egonaut returned with a vengeance with their latest offering entitled "The Omega". There is some material and feelings to take in with this album. The album seems conceptual and dark with brooding emotions thrown … Continue reading “The Omega” by Egonaut, doom rock!
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!
Editor's Note: 2017 was an incredible year for rock music. We saw the return of rock music to the forefront. If I were a historian, I would say it's in four-fold, it was the year of the big bands such as Iron Maiden, Metallica, and Guns 'N' Roses from a tour package standpoint. It was … Continue reading Ded Reflects on the Incredible Year 2017 was with Madness To Creation!
Editor's Note: When Loudwire acknowledges your album "unReal" as "Best of 2017", you know that My Ticket Home is offering something special in their music. Believe me when I say it, the more I listen to "unReal", the more layers that there are to unpack and the more sides you see to the band My … Continue reading Matt Gullucci, guitar/vocals for My Ticket Home, Sits Down with Madness To Creation in Regards to Their Craziest Fan Interaction, Puke, and Pet Peeves!
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?