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“Silent So Long,” is the 2nd album released by Rammstein’s guitarist Richard Kruspe, under the Emigrate moniker. It’s a follow up to the 2007 self-titled debut Emigrate and begs the question; there was a first album? I will say, right off the bat, that “Silent So Long” is fantastic, especially for those that love that

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Tourniquet’s Ted Kirkpatrick’s “Onward to Freedom” is an interesting PETA friendly concept album. This isn’t a new thing for Ted Kirkpatrick who has been known to release a song or two in the past talking about his stance against animal testing in general and vegetarian lifestyle. That being said how does this album stand compared

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It’s strange to think that Erasure has been around and making music for nearly thirty years. One wonders if Vince Clarke and Andy Bell could have ever foreseen the kind of longevity and worldwide success that Erasure has enjoyed. That’s nearly three decades of perpetually existing in the top 20 of most US and UK

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Here are some pictures from Slash’s Black Carpet event “SLASH FEATURING MYLES KENNEDY AND THE CONSPIRATORS” at the Roxy in celebration for Guitar Center’s 50th Anniversary.  The show featured songs spanning Slash’s storied career including material from his new album, WORLD ON FIRE as well as Guns’N’Roses material. The show was filmed and will be

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It’s been seven years since the Dutch band Within Temptation last toured the United States. (Yes, they played a select few venues, but only a few in 2011.)  That’s a long time. The landscape appears very different than it used to, even for those of us seasoned enough to remember the Bush era for example.

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Another 9/11 is upon us and here we are again, forced to reflect on what it meant to us and what it continues to mean for the future of this country. When someone mentions 9/11, it always means 9/11/01, a day cemented in time; a day that has lost all meaning outside of the events that occurred nine years ago and will probably always remain that way. We were a band of brothers on that day – I had never seen such unity as was displayed by the New Yorkers, and the rest of America followed suit. It is a day to remember, a day to reflect, a day to honor those fallen and those that became heroes on that Tuesday morning.