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(Livestream Review) “Marching In Time” by TREMONTI (9/24/2021)
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(Livestream Review) “Marching In Time” by TREMONTI (9/24/2021)

Marching In Time by Tremonti is by far one of the best albums that has been released this year and now is looking to take best live stream of the year. To celebrate the release of their latest album, fans were treated to a live stream that highlighted the brand-new album while also paying homage to the past albums that the band has released. This was a juggernaut of a setlist at an amazingly valued price. Tremonti started the stream of with the intro song of their first album “A World Away” and from that moment, everyone was extremely aware that the band had passion in these new songs. Tremonti sounded so great that one would have to ask, “have they played these songs before”? Everyone involved in this stream took great care, from the camera work all the way to the musicians themselves....
(Album Review) “Marching in Time” by TREMONTI
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(Album Review) “Marching in Time” by TREMONTI

Being a staple in the music industry for over two decades is legendary status, but maintaining a constant flow of fresh ideas in art for that long is a different story. However, Tremonti makes that task look easy with their most recent album, Marching in Time. As usual the band brings something fresh while staying in line with the things that original fans can attach themselves to. From beginning to end it’s a masterpiece that was very much needed. “A World Away” is the song that starts the album off in a giant way with immediate chugs and drums that could get anyone excited. As the song progress, the realization is that we are in for something very different than the previous album A Dying Machine. Tremonti has this unique talent to blend heavy and chunky together with an absolute catc...
(Concert Review) CANE HILL Live at Starland Ballroom in Sayreville, New Jersey (2/16/2019)
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(Concert Review) CANE HILL Live at Starland Ballroom in Sayreville, New Jersey (2/16/2019)

On February 16th, post-grunge giants CANE HILL came and kicked ass and took some names providing direct support for SEVENDUST on the "All I See Is War" tour!  It was a short and sweet set, and Cane Hill with their dark and moody lyrics to go along with the charisma of Elijah Witt as a frontman, successfully got the crowd warmed up for the rest of the night at the packed Starland Ballroom in Sayreville, New Jersey. Cane Hill whipped the crowd into a frenzy with their staple song "Lord Of Flies", which you might have heard if you watch NXT on the WWE Network.  The set was loud, dark, and the audience roared with approval as they closed the set with their song "Too Far Gone".  I was expecting more from their recent "Kill The Sun" release, but given the nature of the tour, I figured they wo...
(Concert Review) SEVENDUST Live at The Paramount in Huntington, New York (2/13/2019)
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(Concert Review) SEVENDUST Live at The Paramount in Huntington, New York (2/13/2019)

Editor's Note:  We would like to welcome esteemed photographer Crios Valentino to the fold.  Crios is a photographer from New York and he has contributed as a freelance photog for numerous publications, and we are honored to have him.   On February 13th, the day before Valentine's Day, legendary alt-metal band Sevendust took the stage in front of a packed house at The Paramount in Huntington, New York with special guests Tremonti, Cane Hill, Lullwater, and Kirra on the "All I See Is War" tour! They kicked off the night in such an old school way with their staple song "Black".  That intro that we all remember, they did an amazing job building up anticipation and getting the crowd to bounce.  The audience sang "Black" at the top of their lungs and you could tell that after all these ye...
Bassist Noah Denney of Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown Discusses Rock’N’Roll History with Madness To Creation!
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Bassist Noah Denney of Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown Discusses Rock’N’Roll History with Madness To Creation!

Editor's Note:  It was a beautiful Friday Spring Night as Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown were providing direct support for Blackberry Smoke at the Surf Ballroom.  The Surf Ballroom is one of the most legendary venues in the United States as that was the last concert that Buddy Holly, The Big Bopper, and Richie Valens played before that fateful plane crash that happened north of Clear Lake, Iowa.  Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown have been making some noise in the rock world as they have shared the stage with the likes of Aerosmith, Guns 'N' Roses, and ZZTop, amongst playing all over in Europe and are hitting every corner in America.  Fans can check out Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown at the following locations: www.facebook.com/TylerBryantAndTheShakedown www.tylerbryantandtheshake...