As fitting for such an enigmatic entity, the sixth album from Speed Metal legends Agent Steel has been released under some rather bizarre circumstances. In addition to being the first album to feature their original vocalist John Cyriis since 1987’s Unstoppable Force, he also ends up being the only original member left in the band after the fallout of their last reunion. Subsequent live festival debacles and his eccentric responses to preemptive concerns regarding this album’s quality certainly haven’t helped matters, leaving fans to wonder whether it will be a return to form or an insane conundrum.
As previously reported, Saliva, Powerman 5000, Adema and Flaw will team up for the “Nu-Metal Revival 2020”. Also appearing on the bill be the Salt Lake City rap/metal artist Andrew W. Boss. All the dates are on sale now and listed below! Tickets went on sale this Friday, February 28th. Continue reading
Saliva’s Josey Scott will not join his bandmates for their headline run of dates with the “Nu-Metal Revival 2020” with, Powerman 5000, Adema, Flaw and Andrew W. Boss. Continue reading
Get you JNCO’s and your ball chain necklaces out of storage! Saliva, Powerman 5000, Adema and Flaw will team up for the “Nu-Metal Revival 2020”. Also appearing on the bill be the Salt Lake City rap/metal artist Andrew W. Boss. So far, only one date has been revealed: July 17 at the Starland Ballroom in Sayreville, New Jersey. Tickets will go on sale this Friday, February 28 at 10 a.m., with more details expected later this week. Last fall, it was announced that Saliva would reunite with the band’s original frontman Josey Scott for a possible tour in 2020.Continue reading
Album artwork can really help set the tone for an album. Providing a visual companion and interpretation to the audio within, it gives the listener an idea of what to expect when they delve into the main work of art. At first glance Bars Of Gold’s new album Shelters (Equal Vision) would set an expectation to the listener that this record would be a soothing record consisting of seaside recordings and other ambience.Continue reading
At some point around the implosion of nu-metal and the saturation of pop-punk, and the rise and fall of emo, fattened and emboldened by social media, the everyone’s-a-critic mentality of today was born. And at some point along this journey, we (and by we, I mean fans of rock and metal music) seem to have lost sight of the fact that music is allowed to be fun.Continue reading