Papa Roach “Infest” CD Review

Papa Roach, a heavy and emotionally charged funk/metal/rap four-piece with roots in Northern California are ready to rock you hard, and they’re holding nothing back. The debut CD “Infest,” (Dreamworks Records) is overflowing with power, passion, creativity, and some originality for a change. I’ve heard this type of music for a while now with the …

Scream3 Soundtrack

I was recently forwarded a copy of the Scream 3 soundtrack that features a killer new song by one of my favorite bands, finger eleven, called ‘Suffocate‘. This track is just as melodic and intense as their prior work and makes me really anxious to hear more from the new release. It’s got a solid …

Sutter Cain – CD Review

Members:Shannon Cronin – VocalsDavid Gordoni – BassMike Grassey – GuitarMike Stroughton – DrumsChris Parise – Keyboard Together since 1995 with only minor changes in members, this young band from Covina, California is beginning to make their mark. They have vowed to perform nearly every week in 2000 and will be playing a showcase in Las …

The Condors – CD Review

Members:Patrick DiPuccio – Vocals/Guitar/HarpMark McCormick – Bass/VocalsJay Nowac – Drums/Vocals “Tales of Drunkenness & Cruelty”, is a six-song CD with a mixture of styles. “Got No Reason”, has a great guitar groove that start off this CD. Song 2 – “I’m Not Sorry”; I feel could be the anthem for most ‘male’ musicians (at least …

Hack & The 57’s – CD Review

Garlin “Hack” Hackney started his band in his junior year in high school back in 1965. The band’s, “Everything’s Cool” CD took me back to the fifties. I was ready to bop and jitterbug at the Sock Hop. There was that Chuck Berry guitar and Jerry Lee Lewis piano — the roots of Rock ‘N’ …

Rambler – CD Review

Members:Tim Brown – Lead Vocals, guitarDave Brown – Lead Vocals, bassTroy Chavez – Lead guitar, vocalsTom Mills – Fiddle, MandolinMatt Emmons – Drums Tim, Dave and Troy put the band together (under another name) back in ’84 while still in high school. Over the years they have worked with and opened for many of country’s …

Kindred Spirit – CD Review

Country-Western at its best. This CD from Kindred Spirit imbodies all that is Country. The vocals a top-notch with outstanding vocal harmonies and fantastic musicianship.‘Home Sweet Honky Tonk’ reminded me quite a bit of Bon Jovi’s Wanted Dead Or Alive. The songs range from your typical country storyline tear-jerker as in ‘Make Something Up’, and …