Editor's Note: On a personal note, I remember covering a show featuring August Burns Red with special guests Miss May I, Fit For A King and Crystal Lake. It was up at The Cabooze in Minneapolis, Minnesota and seeing Ryan "Tuck" O'Leary going absolutely crazy on the bass. There was a staircase that led up … Continue reading Tuck O’Leary(FIT FOR A KING) Discusses Off Road Minivan, Coping with Covid-19 Pandemic & “Swan Dive” with Madness To Creation
I want to share this playlist with you. Honestly, I thought we hit the pinnacle when we shot Warped Tour. If you would've told us we would've covered Blink 182, Tool, Godsmack(twice) and New Kids On The Block in the same year, I would've been dreaming. As the editor of Madness To Creation, I want … Continue reading We Nerd Out Vol. 109: Bands MADNESS TO CREATION Covered in 2019! Year End Playlist!
It was a blustery night in Minneapolis, Minnesota as it took me an eternity to find parking. The Cabooze is located around the Somalian district of Minneapolis right next to Augsburg College, which is known for alum Devon George, who used to play basketball for the Los Angeles Lakers during the Kobe/Shaq era. It was … Continue reading (Concert Review) “The Dangerous Tour featuring AUGUST BURNS RED Live at The Cabooze in Minneapolis, Minnesota” (2/16/2019)
Editor's Note: Using this category to announce that we will be covering and reviewing August Burns Red tomorrow night live at The Cabooze in Minneapolis, Minnesota! August Burns Red will be there with Fit For A King, Miss May I, and Crystal Lake. August Burns Red is one of those bands that have gotten people … Continue reading Song of the Day: Madness To Creation’s Fave Five AUGUST BURNS RED Songs!
There's a band that has been making its mark in the European metal scene for quite sometime, but is waiting to bust out and see worldwide success, and that band is Adept. While currently signed to Napalm Records, the band has seen some management changes and lineup changes throughout their career. They have shared the … Continue reading Madness To Creation’s A-Z Throwback Reviews: Featuring Swedish metalcore giants Adept!
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!
This year has been a pretty darn solid year for Massachusetts(and Iowa's own) The Acacia Strain, who has had their fifth consecutive album charted in the Billboard 200 and had a great run with the Vans Warped Tour this year. The Acacia Strain is prepared to embark on an Australian tour with Kublai Khan, and … Continue reading Madness To Creation’s A to Z Throwback Reviews: Featuring The Acacia Strain!
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!
Back when I was in college, MySpace was the cool social media site! I remember doing endless amounts of surveys, seeing pointless posts, and being extremely offended(well, not really) when someone removed you from your Top 8. You were cool if you were in the Top 8 list. I usually put bands in there so … Continue reading MTC’s A to Z Throwback Reviews: Abandon All Ships!