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Kobra and the Lotus: Poised To Strike

From the unmistakable vocals, to the dueling lead guitars, my first impression of Kobra and the Lotus (abbreviated into an acronym sometimes as KATL) was epic.   870 more words

Band Interviews

Winter Calling: As Darkness Falls Review

Winter Calling is a progressive metal band from Florida, but you’d never be able to tell with their widely influenced brand of music on their self-released debut, “As Darkness Falls.” 190 more words


Iron Kingdom - Ride for Glory (Review)

This is the third album by Canadian Heavy Metallers Iron Kingdom.

After enjoying their second album Gates of Eternity, Ride for Glory promised much. Once again we’re treated to Iron Maiden/Iced Earth-style Heavy/Power Metal that’s epic and embraces fully everything about True Metal. 146 more words


Conceptual metaphors in "Declaration Day" by Iced Earth

Hello, dear reader! What would you say to a rocking lesson in the US history? The July post deals with the events, happened around July 4th, 1776 in Philadelphia, USA. 2,245 more words

Conceptual Metaphors

Quickpost: Im not dead

Im not dead, Ive just been working on other writing projects and indulging in some special interests and its taken some time away from this blog(in reality my affinities tend to be cyclical and that means right now Neurodiversity and Medievalism are not in the cycle- Metal is). 289 more words


Music Discovery Monday – 5/25/15: Military Appreciation Month

Hard Rock Daddy presents Music Discovery Monday – 5/25/15.

Each week, the HRD team shares songs that fly below radio’s radar, ranging from lesser-known artists to deeper cuts from both up-and-coming and established artists. 986 more words

Five Finger Death Punch

Distant Sun - Dark Matter (Review)

Distant Sun are a Russian Power/Speed Metal band and this is their début album.

This is Power Metal played in the European style with a nice influence from US Thrash/Speed Metal felt throughout. 178 more words