Posts Tagged ‘Metal’

  • Destruction Day of Reckoning

    Spotify Study Finds Metal Fans Are “Most Loyal.” Is That Good or Bad?

    June 4, 2015 • Music, News

    Spotify, that ginormous music-streaming, data-compiling beast, takes a look at its own numbers regularly and spits out some idea of what’s what—and in an interesting recent report, the word from Spotifyland is that heavy metal fans all over the world

  • HELLFEST Fries France This June!

    April 2, 2015 • Music

    Hellfest: The European Metal Festival of 2015 Two huge main stages. A huge tent with two more stages. Another tent stage. A party stage at the campsite. A food court with so many options that you can eat something from a different country for every meal. And

  • Chicago’s PHOSPHENE Announce New Album

    March 6, 2015 • Music, News

    PHOSPHENE’s Record Release Show will be at Brauerhouse Lombard on Saturday, APRIL 11th with some of Chicago’s BEST female fronted bands: Seldom Told, 4WITHOUT, and Genotype ! Discounted pre-sale tickets are available NOW so get your tickets early

  • Guitarget Practice

    GUITARGET PRACTICE #2: New Approaches to Playing Scales

    February 20, 2015 • Articles, News

    by Sam Russell In this months’ Guitarget Practice, we are going to take a look at some different ways to play scales. We’re going to use the major scale as an example, but the ideas can be applied to any 3-note-per-string scale (and other scales with

  • RED HOT REBELLION Launch Lyric Video Album!

    January 27, 2015 • Music, News

    The 47-minute long film is comprised of 13 new lyric videos that augments the storytelling experience by using artwork from “The Mission” comic book, live footage of the band performing and the Internet’s favorite currency: animated GIFs!

  • RED HOT REBELLION Prepare to Launch CD/Comic

    December 11, 2014 • Music, News, Top News

    In all the universe, only a handful of sentient worlds create music, let alone the most evolved form of music: rock ‘n’ roll. Earth was on track to be admitted into the Galactic Union, but somewhere along the line its rock ‘n’ roll turned weak. RED