Author: Missevilone

Underground Fight Club – Underground Fight Club

So one day I am driving into work and I flipped on Octane, as I had listened to the CD in my car nonstop for 2 weeks. Time for a change, on comes this song ‘Top Shelf’ by a band called Underground Fight Club it was the debut of it on the Sirius network. The song was catchy and had a good vibe to it, it really gave me a jolt of energy on my way to work. Fast forward a few hours, the song was still stuck in my head, so I headed on over to iTunes to...

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Adrenaline Mob – Men of Honor

I was so excited to be able to review this album as I am a huge Adrenaline Mob fan, their vibe and their style makes me one happy metalhead. Also, with Mike Portnoy departing amicably due to touring schedule conflicts, and AJ Pero (Twisted Sister) taking over on the drums, I was interested to hear how it sounded. So, let’s get down to brass tacks, as they say, on “Men Of Honor,” which is out now through Century Media. Kicking off with ‘The Mob is Back,’ and yes they are! Great opening riffs from Mike Orlando, seeming to set the mood for the...

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Chasing Dragons – Take Flight For A Firefight

I was excited to be given this band to review as a woman who loves music, it’s fantastic to hear a band with a lead female vocalist. Not knowing what to expect when I started listening “Take Flight for A Firefight” by Chasing Dragons,  I was instantly blown away by Tank’s vocals, she is smooth, powerful, and soulful all at the same time. While the guitars and drums hold court with her and showcase the bands signature sound to the fullest. The first track ‘Spawn of the Succubus’ has great guitar riffs while Tank controls the mood of the...

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Soil – Re-LIVE-ing The Scars in London

SOIL…..love them or hate them. Personally, I love them but then again I am partial to Chicago bands. I will even go far enough as to say I will forgive them for that disaster of an album called “Picture Perfect,” what a holy nightmare that one was, and if you are a SOIL fan I’m sure you will agree with me. In the words of Captain Darrow, I don’t do that soft shit. Hence I just summed up that CD in that sentence, but let’s move on from that… Which brings me to my next point Holy Freaking Capes Batman they did a live CD and not only that, they did it with Ryan McCombs back on vocals (phew). Simply titled “Re-LIVE-ing the Scars IN London”. What’s not to like about SOIL doing the music that made them who they are to begin with and it has every song off of “SCARS” and a few off of “Redefine”. Love how they kick it off with “Breaking Me Down,” it’s funny because you can feel and hear the pent up energy in Ryan’s voice in this song. It’s almost as if  he’s jumping up and down on stage going “hell yeah bitches I’m back.” That leads into “Need to Feel,” a great tune, not a huge hit for them, but a great song nonetheless. It has the real American metal...

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