ALBUM REVIEW: Blood Incantation – Hidden History of the Human Race

 

Chalk it up to me partaking more in the reefer these days and revisiting professional wrestling as a hobby again, but I feel like I took a chair shot to the back of the skull. Why am I feeling discombobulated? Have you tried listening to Blood Incantation‘s Hidden History of the Human Race (Dark Descent)? No? Then why don’t you go to your nearest highway and attempt to run across during rush hour traffic? Best of luck. Continue reading

Video: HELLYEAH – Human

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HELLYEAH has released a lyric video for the first track from their forthcoming, as yet untitled new album, due later this year. The track ‘Human’ can be watched at this link or below.

 

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HELLYEAH’s new album will be their fifth as a band, and will be released from Eleven Seven Music.

Chad Gray of Hellyeah, photo©Kevin Estrada / kevinestrada.com

Chad Gray of Hellyeah, photo©Kevin Estrada / kevinestrada.com

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On The Road… with Three Days Grace and Finger Eleven

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Now is a great time to be a fan of American Rock Music, which we haven’t really seen in a few years. After a real drought of new music or exciting bands the last few years, leave it to a pair of seasoned veterans acts to show the kids how it’s done. Three Days Grace is stronger than ever behind the power of their new album Human (RCA) and new singer Matt Walst. The band is killing it live and playing a career spanning set list of new tracks and fan favorites. They are tight as hell live, and bring a lot of energy live, especially Walst and guitarist Barry Stock. Having seen the band a few times recently, they are as on point as they have ever been, for the naysayers who have been lined up to diss since Walst joined the fold. Their friends and nearby neighbors (both bands are from Ontario, CAN) Finger Eleven also have a recent album out, the excellent Five Crooked Lines (The Bicycle Music Group). No strangers to consistent performances after years of touring, the band is remarkable in how they switch up their set from year to year and that’s a testament to their deep albums. Singer Scott Anderson works the crowd like a boxer; pacing himself and the band as the crowd gets increasingly amped up as the night goes on. Captured here at The Palladium in Worcester MA by Evil Robb Photography, you see two bands perfectly matched on a bill, and hungry to impress. See this tour if it comes to your town, or live to regret it.

 

Three Days Grace, by Evil Robb Photography

Three Days Grace, by Evil Robb Photography

Three Days Grace, by Evil Robb Photography

Three Days Grace, by Evil Robb Photography

Three Days Grace, by Evil Robb Photography

Three Days Grace, by Evil Robb Photography

 

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Three Days Grace, by Evil Robb Photography 

 

Three Days Grace, by Evil Robb Photography 2015 (1)

Three Days Grace, by Evil Robb Photography

Finger Eleven, by Evil Robb Photography

Finger Eleven, by Evil Robb Photography

Finger Eleven, by Evil Robb Photography

Finger Eleven, by Evil Robb Photography

Finger Eleven, by Evil Robb Photography

Finger Eleven, by Evil Robb Photography

Finger Eleven, by Evil Robb Photography

Finger Eleven, by Evil Robb Photography

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