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Tad Morose – Undead

Tad Morose’s previous releases for some reason have left me rather cold.  The band’s latest release “Undead” is a most welcome surprise as Tad...

Slaughter – Beyond the Stage

While serving as a strong opener on the Poison Power to the People tour, Slaughter is currently in a state of transition, according to...

George Lynch Interview

As one of the most respected guitarists of his time, George Lynch has been blessed with many endorsements, including a signature series of ESP...

Sebastian Bach on Broadway

Park Avenue may lead to Skid Row, but Sebastian Bach's got bigger plans. The former Skid Row frontman has been pursuing a successful solo...

Rikki Rockett of Poison Interview

After selling millions of records, having 12 top ten hits, and still headlining near sold out shows across the country despite the demise of...

A Cinderella Story – Fred Coury Interview

After finishing up with their last day of practice, Cinderella back is ready to hit the road on June 13 as special guests on...

Ron Taylor of Lillian Axe Interview

When Dave Tedder of Z-Records approached Lillian Axe last year about doing a live album, the band, who had drifted apart musically several years...

Jordan Rudess of Dream Theater Interview

Jordan Rudess was first united with Dream Theater when Kevin Moore left the band several years ago. In fact, Moore had given the band...

Twilight – Sounds Of Light and Chaos

Hailing from Germany, Twilight is a 5 piece band that formed in 1994 and in 1997 released their debut 9 song CD "Sounds Of...

Red October

2-song demo release by New York City’s Red October.  I received very little information from this band, but their style is power-progressive metal in...

Picture Perfect

Picture Perfect is a 4 piece band hailing from the Los Angeles area. The tracks on their 6 song deuut EP have a good...

Paul O’Neill and Chris Caffery Discuss TSO and Savatage in...

After the instrumental "Christmas Eve (Sarajevo 12/24)" from Savatage's rock opera "Dead Winter Dead" was received surprisingly well by radio across the country during...