Tag: Evanescence

Listmania: Revolver Magazine’s 20x Biggest Stories of 2019!

Yesterday Revolver Magazine shared their “20 Biggest Stories of 2019” and as with theprp.com’s recent top #25 list, theirs is dominated by one band. Tool. We must be missing something. Not that we’ve got anything against Tool as such, just that we’ve never really been fans. Quite how Evanescence managed to get onto the list

Riff Police! Pull Over! #83: Stray From The Path Vs Deftones!

Back in April 2015 Rock Sound Magazine celebrated their 200th issue by putting together “Worship And Tributes”, a compilation of covers seemingly taking it’s name from the second Glassjaw album “Worship And Tribute” from 2002. The compilation is notable for both the eclectic mix of band covered and also bands doing the covering while having

Throwback: “Smile” by Taproot!

Last week Kerrang Magazine published an interesting article on “The 13 Most Nu-Metal Moments Of All Time“. It’s a decent read and something of a nostalgia trip down the yellow brick road otherwise known as memory lane with as you’d expect mentions of KoRn and Limp Bizkit but also a resurgent Evanescence and of course

Review: “Old Stardust, Love, and Chaos” by Juliet Ruin

Edmonton, capital of Canada’s Alberta province, sits on the North Saskatchewan River and is home to Juliet Ruin. Comprising Kent Geislinger with Guitars and Vocals, Jesse Bauman with Drums, Jess Ruin with Lead Vocals, Wesley Rands with Guitars and Cody Reid with Bass and Backing Vocals, the band have dabbled with low tuned 7 string

Vs. Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins? FIGHT! Nirvana.

While it never received a physical single in the US, “Heart Shaped Box” gained a lot of air play for the Nirvana and charted well as a single Internationally. The final song performed by Kurt Cobain live, it was actually one he described as “not perfect”. A much loved song in both album form on

Review: “LV1” by Leo Viridi

It has been an interesting 18 months or so for solo musicians and duo collaboration projects with a multi instrumentalist and a vocalist pairing up to release and album or EP. As a Guitarist, self taught from age 17, Leo Viridi has chosen to get a group of guests on board to help him complete

Review: “at Odds” EP by atWood

Female fronted trio Milan based atWood formed in 2017 playing re-imagined covers in their own style. Seeking to seamlessly blend alternative rock, synth, electronics and even post-hardcore influences in one melting pot of sound. The trio comprises vocalist Alice Grupallo, guitarist Daniele Mammola and bassist Alessio Bastia. Starting out with “Collision”, the bands sound is