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Saliva - Rise Up (2014) - CD Review

When Josey Scott left Saliva in 2011, the band had two options, (a). break up or (b) start over by finding a new front man.  Thankfully, the band chose plan b, and found a new singer, Bobby Amaru (Amaru, Burn Season). 382 more words

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Red Dragon Cartel - S/T - (2014) - CD Review

When Eddie Trunk brought Jake E. Lee on That Metal Show in 2013, I couldn’t have been more excited. Mr. Lee has been noticeably absent from the hard rock world for a few years, and I greatly missed him. 716 more words

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Silent Force - Rising From Ashes (2014) - CD Review

Alex Beyrodt and Mat Sinner are busy men.  Beyrodt and Sinner already have two great releases with Voodoo Circle & Sinner in 2013, and now in 2014, Silent Force & Primal Fear.  337 more words

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Stryper - No More Hell To Pay (2013) - CD Review

The wait is over! Stryper’s eighth studio album No More Hell To Pay is finally here.  Good things come to those who wait, and No More Hell To Pay… 583 more words

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The Winery Dogs - S/T (2013) CD Review

Respect. When I think of the musicians that make up the band The Winery Dogs, I have nothing but respect. Billy Sheehan, Mike Portnoy, and Richie Kotzen are amongst some of the best hard rock musicians to ever grace the stage. 321 more words

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Skillet - Rise (2013)

Coming off the very strong and very fabulous Awake, Skillet has returned with their latest rock record, Rise. Fans have been waiting for a couple of years to see what Skillet had in them for a follow up to one of their most popular (and fantastic) records. 576 more words

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Stardog Champion - Exhale - EP (2013)

When I first heard the name Stardog Champion, I immediately thought of the Mother Love Bone song from the 90’s (what a great song!)  I can assure you that Stardog Champion has nothing to do with Mother Love Bone, but they are a cool new band worth checking out. 190 more words

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