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KAATO: “Slam!” Album Review

Are you enjoying our collab with the the bad boys of Steel Panther looking for the creme de la creme of hard rock and metal bands yet undiscovered? I know I am! And, boy oh boy, do I dig what just showed up for me to listen to this week! Meet KAATO and their debut album, Slam! Yes, KAATO in

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Firefight: “The Fallen” EP Review

I really like what I hear from this rather new band from Bergen, Norway. Firefight began their adventure in 2017, and the description I was sent was that they are a melodic/thrash band with groove. With so many genres and subgenres, I find it hard to keep up. It’s all metal to me, so let’s carry on. Right from the

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Enterfire: “Slave Of Time” Album Review

Brother Jamie just sent me a new band and album to check out for our promotion with the boys of Steel Panther, a band from England who go by the moniker of Enterfire. Cool name, right? So, within about 30 seconds of watching one of their videos, a question came into my head: “Why the fuck are these guys not

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Our Last Drop: “Houston, Gond Van” EP Review

What has been the most amazing thing about our involvement with Steel Panther? Not only hearing incredible metal and hard rock from around the world but being exposed to new bands and artists. This is why I am beyond stoked to introduce you to one of the hottest upcoming bands here in Hungary. For those of you who don’t know,

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Dog Tired: “The Electric Abyss” Album Review

Riffs? You want riffs? You got ’em! You get motherfucking riffs up your motherfucking bungholes from motherfucking Dog Tired on their motherfucking new album, The Electric Abyss, you motherfucking metalheads!! Our next contestants climbing into the heavy metal Thunderdome that is the Skullsbones/Steel Panther search for best of the badass bands around the world are Dog Tired. Another killer band

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Monteith: “Monteith Mania” Album Review

Hailing from New Brunswick (the Canada one, not the New Jersey one) comes Monteith who are throwing their hats into the ring to see if they have what it takes to wear the crown in our search with Steel Panther to find the creme de la creme in the unsigned and unknown bands out there around the world. Monteith draw their

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Playhouse: “The Rock N’ Roll Circus” EP Review

Hey, Steel Panther! Do yourselves and your fans the biggest favor in the world on your next tour in Canada. Get Playhouse as your opening band! If there was ever a more perfect rock show line-up, it’s Steel Panther and Playhouse! I’ll be honest, I had never heard of Playhouse before Brother Jamie Lee sent me their EP, The Rock

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Lower 13: “Restore the Order” Album Review

Lower 13 bend minds immediately upon launching into “Swallowed by the Light” off of Restore the Order. Jigsaw riffing and labyrinth leads accompany a rhythmic stomp that set these Clevelanders apart from others of their ilk. This marks the third release from this intense trio who craft a sound that exceeds their makeup. The twelve tracks are propelled by rhythmic

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Burning The Dream: “Dark Waters” EP Review

Coming in like a nuclear wrecking ball, we have Burning the Dream from Scotland throwing their kilts into the ring in our SnB/Steel Panther “Unsigned Bands Death Match.” OK, it’s not really a death match … maybe a “Fuck Them Up Until They Have To Limp Home Cupping Their Bruised Balls Match,” though. And, trust me, I pity any band

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Rifftera: “Across The Acheron” Album Review

Rifftera live up to their name. The Finns have been a band since 2010, albeit with lineup shift over the years, but with Across the Acheron, they deliver death metal riffs with sharp, melodic hooks that marry guttural and clean singing with a rhythmic gallop that is impossible to ignore. “Burning Paradise”demonstrates their craft with a menacing guitar stomp and

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KAATO: “Slam!” Album Review

Are you enjoying our collab with the the bad boys of Steel Panther looking for the creme de la creme of hard rock and metal

Firefight: “The Fallen” EP Review

I really like what I hear from this rather new band from Bergen, Norway. Firefight began their adventure in 2017, and the description I was