Tag: Evergreen Terrace

Review: “Spectre” by Stick To Your Guns

The highly anticipated return of the highly influential Orange County California Hardcore Punk quintet Stick To Your Guns with their first new album in five years is also one that carries with it a little bit of trepidation. For this reviewer as a long time fan of the band, 2010’s “The Hope Division” has remained

NEWS: Frog Leap Studios dance with Depeche Mode!

Continuing to mix up the genres of songs that he Metalizes for his weekly covers, Leo Moracchioli from Frog Leap Studios in Norway has left his guitarist Rabea Massaad licking his lips when it comes to playing live with this rendition of “Enjoy The Silence” by Depeche Mode, an 80’s classic previously done by Evergreen

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

It’s time for some cheese to go with that fine wine we’ve all been dining on so to 1983 we run and the Grammy nominated Michael Sembello song “Maniac” that appeared on the soundtrack to the Flashdance. Ironically enough the song was written by Dennis Matkosky whose imagination was sparked by a news report on

Bootleg: Evergreen Terrace in Montreal!

While we wait for the long in the works album from Jacksonville Florida Melodic Hardcore outfit Evergreen Terrace, here’s a full set from the band at Salle L’X in Montreal Quebec Canada which took place on 22nd August 2004. When we say long in the works, it was 2017 when the band announced that vocalist

Bootleg: Evergreen Terrace in New Jersey!

In 2015 when vocalist Andrew “Drew” Carey said: “I quit Evergreen Terrace. As Danny Glover would often say in the hit movies from the 90’s, Lethal Weapon 1, 2, and 3, ‘I’m getting too old for this s***.’ Thanks to everyone who supported us throughout the years.” it didn’t come as huge surprise as the

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

“Ahhhhh, it’s time to relax, And you know what that means, A glass of wine, your favourite easy chair, And of course this compact disc playing and your home stereo. So go on, indulge yourself, That’s right, kick off your shoes, put your feet up, Lean back and just enjoy the melodies. After all, music

Review: “Inferno” by Eighteen Visions

Shrouded in mystery, Eighteen Visions have released their first new material since their 2017 Rise Records comeback album ‘XVIII’. A self release and a concept record inspired by Italian poet Dante Alighieri‘s 14th century masterwork The Divine Comedy, it has surfaced without fanfare; the only inkling of its appearance prior to it’s release being a soundcloud stream

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

The success of the one time Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl as the frontman and guitarist of Foo Fighters seemed unthinkable back in 1994 but from then until now, he’s proved himself to be an inspiration millions in that capacity in his own right. There’s no doubt that him having been in Nirvana turned people’s heads

Review: “The Shock Doctrine” by Cope

“There are forces out there that want to see you suffer,” continues guitarist Josh Bowles, when speaking of the motivations behind the album as a whole. “When you are too tired, exhausted, miserable or apathetic to stand up for your rights, they will take them from you. That is the shock doctrine”. London based Hardcore

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

Formed in 1989, Alternative Metal act Helmet have had just one consistent member in 31 years, the almighty Page Hamilton. Immortalised by the Evergreen Terrace track “Chaney Can’t Quite Riff Like Page Hamilton” it was their second studio album in 1992 entitled “Meantime” which has become their most influential, largely in its wake. The album