Reviews

Papa Roach Releases Their New Video For “Gravity” (Review)

Papa Roach Gravity Video

The successful rock band Papa Roach just recently released their eighth studio album F.E.A.R after nearly two-decades of being in the music industry and over twenty-million albums sold worldwide. Their new video “Gravity” begins with Jacoby Shaddix rapping to a rhythmic drum beat and piano in the background.  In the video he’s sitting on a bed surrounded by two girls holding ... Read More »

2Steel Girls – “Mad Black Magic” (Review)

2Steel Girls

The “Team Blake” Voice contestants are back and better than ever.  The 2Steel Girls new single “Mad Black Magic” is definitely something different when it comes to country music. Especially for the fact that the duo consists of Allison and Krystal Steel who are mother and daughter. Did you know that Broken Records Magazine conducted the band’s first interview?  Since then ... Read More »

Adam Lambert Releases “Ghost Town” (Single Review)

Adam Lambert

I waited three years and it’s finally here.  Adam Lambert’s new single “Ghost Town” off of his upcoming album The Original High took the music world by storm when it came out this week on April 21st.  Just two days after the release, “Ghost Town” is already No. 31 on the US iTunes pop songs chart! The first time I ... Read More »

Anti-Flag – American Spring Album Review

Anti-Flag

Anti–Flag is a band known to play punk rock songs. After forming in 1994, the band took the punk scene by storm with their debut release, Die For The Government. Their new album, American Spring, is set to come out May 26, 2015 co-produced by AWOLNATION’s Kenny Carkeet, Jim Kaufman and the band. As soon as the album started with ... Read More »

Freaks Like Me “Philosophies For The Modern Ant” EP Review

Freaks Like Me

By Intern Melanie aka Melanie Gomez The band Freaks Like Me consists of members Jon O’Connor, Dave Eve, and Steve Kilroy.  Surprisingly, their new EP “Philosophies For The Modern Ant” was recorded in 3 different countries.  The band is known to have an “instant classic” sound with the textures of acoustic guitars, a cello and some percussion all mixed into ... Read More »

Hollywood Undead “Day of the Dead” Album Review

Hollywood Undead

By Intern Melanie aka Melanie Gomez For the first time with Interscope Records, Hollywood Undead announced their anticipated fourth full-length album “Day of the Dead,” coming out March 31st.  The group consists of Johnny 3 Tears, J-Dog, Charlie Scene, Danny, Funny Man, and Da Kurlzz.  The band seemed to have matured, rather than having all party songs such as “No. ... Read More »

Ariana Grande’s The Honeymoon Tour Performance At Madison Square Garden Was One Of A Kind, And So Was Grande’s Puppy Sponsorship

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View image | gettyimages.com Review written by Vladislav Grach. Ariana Grande’s first official North American headlining arena tour, The Honeymoon Tour, came to New York City’s most famous arena, Madison Square Garden, on Friday, March 20th, 2015 and Saturday, March 21st, 2015. Also performing on Friday, Saturday and on all the other dates of the tour are Manchester, England based ... Read More »

Three Days Grace “Human” Album Review

Three Days Grace

After three years, Three Days Grace has revealed that the band’s fifth studio album “Human” will be arriving March 31.  The band has sold more than 6 million records in the United States and still holds the record for the most #1 songs at Active Rock Radio.  “Human” will be the band’s first album that features front man Matt Walst ... Read More »

Three Days Grace “Human”: Track By Track Album Review

Three Days Grace

“Human Race” This was a great song to start to off the album.  “Human Race” has a catchy beat throughout the whole song backed up with the lyrics sung by lead singer Matt Walst pleading, “I don’t belong here / Not in this atmosphere / Goodbye / Goodbye / Goodybe,” as well as a guitar solo by Barry Stock filling ... Read More »

David Cook Performs at Gramercy Theatre New York, NY

David Cook performs at the $1 Million Dollar benefit concert at the Jammin Java in Virginia. (photo by Cindy Vasko)

David Cook’s concert streamed live from New York at Gramercy Theatre March 9th, thanks to Yahoo Screen and Live Nation. “New York, New York.” Those are the first words heard from David’s mouth as he stood on the stage backed by his band along with flashing blue and red lights shining in the theatre as fog filled the stage. The ... Read More »