I am always excited to hear new music from upcoming bands. Whether it’s the worst thing ever or the next big thing, I appreciate all music the same. Friendly Faux have a slight advantage being from Columbus (Seriously, so many good bands from there), but will their hometown reputation live up to their music? 1.
It really made me sad to give this album a listen. Anberlin has had a special place in my heart for a long time, and knowing this would be the last new music I’d ever hear from them really stung. They continue to evolve, even on their final album, but was the evolution a
Metallica for me will always be connected to two things in my mind: working out with my dad and going to baseball games. I mean, I was raised on it and it eventually carved the way into the music I listen to now. There’s no denying Metallica is a band that will never die,
Linkin Park is the prime example of a band who has evolved a great bit. From “Hybrid Theory” to their newest album “The Hunting Party”, their sound has evolved into something much more refined, while keeping the true Linkin Park sound. They’ve had a couple bumps in the road * cough* A Thousand Suns
Caleb Shomo is easily one of the most talented people in the scene right now. Not only did he complete this record head to toe (Mixing and playing all instruments for the recording process), he has produced a record that is one of the most honest listens of music you will hear in a
Being the winner of American Idol, it’s a hard crowd to mold yourself into. Not only are you pressured by big media, but they want you to turn into a big money grubbing artist who will constantly be on the radio. Phillip is different though. Since his first record dropped, I knew
Cage the Elephant has always been a hit or miss band for me. There was plenty of material on both of their previous albums that I liked very much. That being said, I could also point out many tracks I didn’t care for at all. Melophobia is a more straight forward record that finally sounds