Review of ‘Wasted on You’ by Evanescence

Review by Joshua Becker | May 7, 2020 | Official Band Facebook This is the latest single from long-time rock band Evanescence.  This song appears to have gained a huge cult following and I can see why. The song seems very reminiscent of Evanescence’s earlier days, a’la Open Door-era. The melody, the instrumentation, seem very familiar … Continue reading Review of ‘Wasted on You’ by Evanescence

Review of ‘Darkness’ by Stitched Up Heart

Review by Joshua Becker | April 28, 2020 | Band Facebook Stitched Up Heart is a rock band originating from Los Angeles, California, and founded by Alecia “Mixi” Demner. Their latest album “Darkness” was released on Friday, March 13th, 2020. Upon listening to the album, it seems be a nice mix of rock, and some industrial … Continue reading Review of ‘Darkness’ by Stitched Up Heart

Review of ‘Exitium’ by HOR

Review by Zach Brehany | April 16, 2020 | Band Link Before one should read this review, it should be known that I am not the best when it comes to black metal. I guess it was never really my taste in metal. With that said, good music is good music and Hor knows how … Continue reading Review of ‘Exitium’ by HOR

Review of ‘Apocalypse & Chill’ by Delain

Review by Ryan Murray | Feb. 21, 2020 I hadn’t heard of Delain until 2015, which is when I saw them with Nightwish at New York’s Hammerstein Ballroom, and they were awesome! The Human Contradiction got a lot of listens from me after that show! This album, to me personally anyway, is a bit different! … Continue reading Review of ‘Apocalypse & Chill’ by Delain

Review of ‘Wait for Dawn’ by Jirfiya

Review by Ty Vinney | September 23, 2019 Spinning out of their band Born From Lie, Jerome Thellier and Pascal Devoury have collaborated with vocalist Ingrid Denis-Payet to form Jirfiya. The results go beyond what was started with the first band and have bloomed into something more artistic and melodic. They have that play of … Continue reading Review of ‘Wait for Dawn’ by Jirfiya

Review of Xandria’s “Sacrificium” Album

Sacrificium—Latin—Sacrifice/Offering to a deity Reviewed by Brian Kelman8/15/2014     Symphonic Gothic Metal Band Xandria, originally from Bielefeld, Germany, has released a perfectly balanced and deftly written magnum opus.    Imagine having to replace the singer (Lisa Middelhauve, nee Schaphaus) that helped the band make it a name for itself with one (Manuela Kraller) who left after only one, … Continue reading Review of Xandria’s “Sacrificium” Album