For any struggling musician, trying to define your brand’s sound is next to impossible. In a world dominated by a million different people hungry for the same kind of attention from their fans, what makes your little attempt different from others? Although it may seem difficult at first, sometimes itRead More →

FINDLAY, Ohio – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – After scouring the country to find America’s most talented garage bands and opening the vote to fans across the country, Cooper Tire and legendary rocker Alice Cooper announced the winner of the “Garage Band Contest” Driven to Perform ”. It’s official, South of EdenRead More →

As the winner of the contest, South of Eden will open for Evanescence in a live concert on May 13 After scouring the country for America’s most talented garage bands and opening the vote to fans across the country, Cooper Tire and legendary rocker Alice Cooper have announced the winnerRead More →

[Photos via YouTube] Even though we are always on the lookout for new things, covers old songs from our favorite artists are always gifts welcomed with open arms. There’s something about a cover that’s always exciting, especially when it’s other musicians showing off their karaoke skills. It’s cool to seeRead More →

upcoming musician Steve Moffit presents its creative expressions through the verses of its exclusive soundscape. His music speaks of his experiences and the exposures he passed through during his life. Illustrating the music through contemporary themes and setting, he has created a flow of sound that brings out his musicRead More →

April 12, 2021, 9:15 PM Bruce Dickinson launched the Iron Maiden Trooper beer in 2013. Picture: Ben Pruchnie / Getty Images What happens when musicians get into the game of beer making? Open a cold one with one of these acts … Iron Maiden – Soldier Named after the 1983Read More →

10 April 2021, 10:00 Musical happy families or sibling rivalry? From Oasis to The Cribs, here are the most famous bands featuring siblings. The Cribs – Ryan, Gary and Ross Jarman The Wakefield group includes twin brothers Gary and Ryan Jarman, as well as younger brother Ross. Except when theyRead More →

Mayonnaise and 647 cover “Fearless” by Taylor Swift. Image: screenshot from YouTube / Mayonnaise PH Alternative rock bands Mayonnaise and 647 gave fans their own take on Taylor Swift’s “Love Story” amid the release of the pop star’s re-recorded “Fearless” album. The two groups collaborated during Mayonnaise’s weekly “TBT” (ThrowbackRead More →

Click to enlarge lydiacantbreathe/Facebook Central Florida rock band Lydia can’t breathe brings his heavy styles to the brass cup for St. Pete’s Rockstar Lifestyle magazine hosted show. Born in 2005, Lydia has consistently released hard-hitting alternative metal, with Kyle Bolduc’s vocals bouncing between Mike Patton-esque rhymes and death metal screams.Read More →

Keeping a band together is probably the hardest thing you can do when leading a good musical ensemble. I mean, can you imagine the amount of stuff the Van Halen guys had to put up with from David Lee Roth before they finally threw in the towel? It’s never exactlyRead More →

In a new interview with “The Dr Jeff Show”, John cooper, the leader and bassist of Grammy– nominated Christian rock group SKILLET, spoke about his musical education and his introduction to rock music. He said (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET): “My parents were Christians. My mother was a fanatic Jesus freak,Read More →

In a new interview with “The Dr Jeff Show”, John cooper, the leader and bassist of Grammy– nominated Christian rock group SKILLET, spoke about his musical education and his introduction to rock music. He said (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET): “My parents were Christians. My mother was a fanatic Jesus freak,Read More →

There is always a sense of camaraderie in a touring rock band. No matter how many people are in the band, it always comes down to a big musical family doing their best to make sure they give the best of themselves to the audience. At least that’s what itRead More →

The world of rock and roll has never been known for its intellectual side so often. While you have more cerebral material from artists like Radiohead and The Beatles, 99% of what actually gets on the radio tends to respond to something that’s fairly easy to understand. Then again, evenRead More →

What is the recipe for becoming one of the top 100 classical rock artists? It takes tremendous influence, longevity, revolutionary importance and some indelible quality. But being a huge presence doesn’t necessarily mean that all of these qualities have to be present at once. For some of those listed below,Read More →

Recent sales data has shown that classic rock is still the most divisive of the genre. John Swanson | Courtesy photoThe weight of physical copies of albums compared to streaming makes a big difference. While a large portion of today’s young people think rock music is a thing of theRead More →

The rock pub was definitely music to drink a few pints of beer at Pub rock was both a musical idea and a political movement in British rock from the early 1970s to the early 1980s, when 1960s heroes had outgrown the audiences they had once played for, beginning asRead More →

This article originally appeared on VICE Romania. For young Romanians living under communism, the biggest night of the week was “Youth Thursday”. Organized by youth clubs in schools, universities and factories, the dance parties launched some of the biggest Romanian rock and jazz bands of the time. Unsurprisingly, the RomanianRead More →

Most kids who dream of being a rock star tend to come back to the idea of ​​the leader. Unlike shredding and blowing away on the guitar, most aspiring rockers tend to think of themselves as the commander of the crowd, doing their best to host a big musical party.Read More →

Last winter, Brooklyn singer-songwriter Evan Zwisler offered some seasonal tips for musicians keen to hit the road. And although the title of his blog, “Tips for winter tours (hint: what not to do)” may have been ironic, his descriptions of the occupational risks associated with touring in the snow: roadRead More →

Image Credit: Tim Toomey Keep an eye out for these new artists who will be refreshing the indie rock scene in 2021. Right now, it feels like guitar bands are emerging onto the mainstream music scene from a long hibernation since the indie glory days of the mid-2000s. Here areRead More →

As the rock stumbled into the next century, it looked a little less well-worn. Not only had the grunge revolution quickly faded, but the new guard that seemed to be picking up the pace also began to fall apart. Then again, the true heart of rock and roll was stillRead More →

Rock music has always been a way for people to express their strongest feelings, thoughts and desires, artists and listeners. It’s something that has remained consistent in the genre. Amunda band member Paul Ah Chee says their song lyrics are just a reflection of what we see and what affectsRead More →

The ’80s started a trend for independent rock groups to find their place, with REM and Sonic Youth both becoming quite successful after initially gaining critical acclaim. But the model of independent rock bands becoming truly recognized didn’t solidify until the early 1990s, with the grunge movement and other eccentricRead More →

[Photos via False Heads/Spotify, Pleasure Venom/Spotify, Miss Vincent/Spotify, Pinkshift/Mary-Ellen Davis] If the sonorous inclinations of the new alternative the bands are an indication, pop-punk is not dead and neither punk rock. Whether through the continued influence of traditional groups or experimental infusions through gender outfits, the punk sound is stillRead More →

NASHVILLE, TN – OCTOBER 27: Musician Chris Cornell performs at the Ryman Auditorium on October 27, 2015 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Rick Diamond / Getty Images) Miley Cyrus’ interpretation of “Zombies” from Cranberries2020 was the year of Rock and Roll for Miley Cyrus. She has covered a large majorityRead More →

Great Peacock: Classic Rock Awareness J. Poet on December 30, 2020 photo credit: Harrison Hudson “For always worse better is wanting more from life, love and existence in general, ”said Andrew Nelson, singer, guitarist and lead songwriter of Great Peacock, of his band’s third LP. It’s about being okay withRead More →

It’s never a good thing when bands decide to quit. Even if you’re not the biggest fan of a certain band or artist, it’s always disheartening when they decide to put down their instruments for the last time. Then again, if you have to leave, you might as well doRead More →