Recently, Hinder had a headlining stop at the Starland Ballroom in Sayreville, New Jersey with special guests Saving Abel, Ardana, and Sister Salvation. The band showcased that they were even stronger with vocalist Marshall Dutton in tow instead of Austin Winkler, who left the band to pursue a solo career in 2015. In the 2000's, … Continue reading (Concert Review) HINDER Live at Starland Ballroom in Sayreville, New Jersey (6/11/2019)
(Album Review) “Trauma” by I PREVAIL
This Friday, March 29, the much-anticipated sophomore album from I Prevail titled Trauma will be released via Fearless Records! I Prevail exploded onto the rock scene through a release covering Taylor Swift’s “Blank Space” and maintained that momentum through the release of their debut full-length album titled Lifelines in 2016 and have now sustained that … Continue reading (Album Review) “Trauma” by I PREVAIL
(Album Review) “Erase The Pain” by PALISADES
On December 28th, Palisades released their fourth studio album titled “Erase the Pain.” If you were like me, your introduction to Palisades came when “Let Down” gained airplay on rock stations and especially satellite radio a couple years ago. While the song is good, it didn’t motivate me to explore more Palisades music. That … Continue reading (Album Review) “Erase The Pain” by PALISADES
(Album Review) “The War Inside” by Meka Nism
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
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 Sounding Off: Never Forgetting Warped Tour Because of Amazing Vocalists, like Ashley Costello of New Years Day!
The second part of the "Looking Back on Warped Tour" series features New Years Day and Ashley Costello. It is absolutely not every day where a frontperson simply captivates one's attention through their stage presence and vocals. Ashley Costello of New Years Day certainly did that with her mesmerizing stage presence and her amazingly beautiful … Continue reading Madness To Creation Sounding Off: Never Forgetting Warped Tour Because of Amazing Vocalists, like Ashley Costello of New Years Day!
Madness To Creation Sounding Off: Looking Back at 2017 Warped Tour Part One: Featuring Hatebreed!
The old tried and true saying goes is that "all good things must come to an end". It was recently announced that after 2018, Kevin Lyman was going to discontinue the Warped Tour. My heart sank into my stomach after I read the news on Alternative Press. The thing is, the Vans Warped Tour was … Continue reading Madness To Creation Sounding Off: Looking Back at 2017 Warped Tour Part One: Featuring Hatebreed!
Ded Reflects on the Incredible Year 2017 was with Madness To Creation!
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!
“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?