Shame Shame

Foo Fighters are back and they have released their newest single. Their new album, Medicine At Midnight, is expected to be released early 2021 and if it’s anything like this new tune, we’re in for another great album from this fantastic band. Thankfully, Dave Grohl and company continue to be a constant force of rock... Continue Reading →

Album of the Week: Mothership

Artist: Led Zeppelin Released: 2007 Life can leave you dazed and confused. While there are communication breakdowns all around us, it is important to remember that there is still a whole lotta love over the hills and far away. Sorry to ramble on. Thankfully we have rock and roll to help with life and black... Continue Reading →

Doom Boy

Let me be your doom boy We could hold hands Listen to Slayer In the back of my Dodge Caravan Those are the catchy lyrics The Dirty Nil perform on their newest single. Keeping with their hard rock riffs and punk energy, the band continues to rock in a pleasing way that can also be... Continue Reading →

Mysterious Creatures Podcast

Hello fellow readers and writers, If you enjoy stories about strange creatures with a touch of humor, be sure to check out this new podcast that my pal, Caleb, and myself have been working on. Please share it with others that might find it interesting too. Stay safe and weird! Click here to listen. Also,... Continue Reading →

Album of the Week: Father of All…

Artist: Green Day Released: 2020 The American garage, punk, rock band recently released their thirteenth studio album. It’s also their shortest album to date consisting of ten songs finishing at just 26 minutes and 16 seconds. The album is a great rock experience from start to finish bringing back the long lost days of cranking up... Continue Reading →

My Song

Artist: Jerry Cantrell Making a name for himself as the main songwriter, co-lead vocalist, and current lead singer for grunge band Alice In Chains, Jerry Cantrell has given plenty of reasons to keep listening. His solo career is equally interesting and successful. He has collaborated with Heart, Ozzy Osbourne, Pearl Jam, Metallica, STP, Deftones, and... Continue Reading →

The Shape of Punk to Come

Artist: Refused Going back to 1998 with this gem in the Rock ‘N Rule files. This song has plenty of satisfying guitar with the right amount of screaming you’d expect with a title like that. The Swedish hardcore punk rock band broke up right after this was released. Fortunately, it has been revived by current... Continue Reading →

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