Album Review: Common Courtesy

  Album Review: Common Courtesy A Day to Remember have just self-released their newest album. I repeat, self-released their newest album. In my opinion, that’s a pretty big feat considering the court proceedings between the band and Victory Records. Common Courtesy is the perfect blend that they could’ve come up with between the familiar tributes…

Album Review: SISTER SIN – Now and Forever

SISTER SIN is a female fronted metal band from Sweden and have released their third full length album entitled Now and Forever on October 22, 2012 though Victory Records. Far from any new metal stereotypes SISTER SIN’s sound is reminiscent of classic metal fused with a punk attitude and delivery. Described as “rebellious” “unapologetic” and…

Album Review: Dr. Acula’s “Nation”

For all you fans of metal and the heavier side of music, this album is for you. Recently we got our hands on Dr. Acula’s upcoming release, and this one’s a heavy hitter. Opening with Be Careful What You Wish For…, the band paints a scene in which the world is ending and the D.A.…

Kyoto Drive – “The Approach” Review

Release Date: May 28th 2012 Label: I Am Mighty Records Hit or Miss: Hit I’m not the type to really get into summer pop rock songs. With that being said, it’s 26 degrees while I write this review and this mini album is infectious… …In the best way possible… Kyoto Drive is a four piece from…

ETID – Ex-Lives Review

Release Date: March 6th 2012 Label: Epitaph Records Hit or Miss: Miss Now I know what you’re thinking: “How can Every Time I Die be a miss! Is he crazy?” Let me back up my claim here. Underwater Bimbos From Outer Space got released and it was a success. I loved the song and the energy.…