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The Shrine - Bless Off

THE SHRINE “BLESS OFF”

The Shrine are difficult to define. Are they punk rock? Though the energy is there, punk isn’t really known for having riffs this meaty. Are they a ’70s hard rock throwback? No, nothing from the’ 70s rock scene was this much fun. Are they stoner rock? Yes, definitely, and touring with Red Fang probably helped them in the sense of

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Earthless - From the Ages

Earthless “From the Ages”

It’s really easy for a psychedelic rock band to get lost in its own self-indulgence, so I have to admit to being not at all excited when Earthless‘ From the Ages came to me. I remember it was my first and only Grateful Dead show. (“Touch of Grey” had just come out, and I liked that song). I was 14

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NAAM “VOW”

New York’s Naam, are back with their second slab of juicy psychedelic rock, Vow, and although I don’t quite know how I would fit these guys into modern rock, there are plenty of bands that, if melded together, would make a close comparison.  Naam‘s major influences are Pink Floyd and Black Sabbath, but there are traces of Monster Magnet, The

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THE SAINT JAMES SOCIETY, “BAB(A/Y)LON RISING” ALBUM REVIEW!

The first thought that came to mind when I pressed play on the first track of The Saint James Society’s Bab(a/y)lon Rising was … Holy crap! They made an ’80s goth album! All throughout the the first three tracks of the album – “Refractions”, “Bab(a/y)lon Rising” and “The Serpentine Highway” – I was taken back to my days as a

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HOT LUNCH, SELF-TITLED DEBUT ALBUM REVIEW!

Of the various rock and metal bands out there today that strive to take us on a DeLorean ride back to the time of handle-bar mustaches and full-on bush, Hot Lunch and their self-titled debut album are certainly some of the most authentic that I’ve come across. The record’s 10 tracks are alive with the vibes and tones of  rock-n-roll’s

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The Shrine - Bless Off

THE SHRINE “BLESS OFF”

The Shrine are difficult to define. Are they punk rock? Though the energy is there, punk isn’t really known for having riffs this meaty. Are

Earthless - From the Ages

Earthless “From the Ages”

It’s really easy for a psychedelic rock band to get lost in its own self-indulgence, so I have to admit to being not at all

NAAM “VOW”

New York’s Naam, are back with their second slab of juicy psychedelic rock, Vow, and although I don’t quite know how I would fit these