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Viza - Aria

Viza continues its individual, artistic & imaginative musical journey that started half quarter years ago. Retaining their uncompromised yet successful & brilliant amalgam of different music elements such as rock, metal, acoustic, pop, melodic, atmospheric, alternative, rock & roll, punk, modern up to ethnic, folk, latin, oriental & world music… they have crafted a quite personal musical identity. Of course, that comical & loose side of theirs is present as always.
 

Klogr - Black Snow

Klogr (apparently pronounced Kay-log-are) is an Italian alternative rock/metal band which was formed in 2011. Three years elapsed and these guys have just released their debut full length album entitled “Black Snow” & are getting ready for a 23-day European tour alongside Prong.
 

Vile Regression - Empires on July 21st 2014

Formed from the ashes of Irish extreme metal outfit Vistor Q; Vile Regression hit the scene in 2010 and released debut record “The Pattern Evolves” in 2011 via Casket Music.
 
Much to critics praise Vile Regression went on from the release to share stages with prolific heavyweights such as Dyscarnate, Fleshgod Apocalypse and Unearth.
 
After building a reputation as a tight and energetic new addition to the extreme metal underground 2013 saw the band head back to the studio to record a new installment... “Empires”.
 

A Perfect Day announces new singer

This is one of those things we wouldn't want to say. Roberto Tiranti won't be the singer on the next APD’s album.
 
Roberto: “Sometimes it happens that paths separate, it happened before in our lives and we always faced these changes peacefully, without hard feelings. Andrea, a brother to me, knows that this is a very important moment for me and that my first solo work takes priority over all. I'm sure A Perfect Day will keep on proving how good and important their music is and I wish all the best to my successor! A huge hug also to my solid, reliable and talented drummer friend Alessandro Bissa”.

Mach22


Hi Jaron. Glad to talk to you about your debut album & Mach22 in general. I think that you’re a newcomer with lots of potential…
 
J: Hey Thanos! Thank you very much. I appreciate you taking the time to check the band out.
 
 
So, how did the band take shape and how did you all guys get together? What’s the band’s story in brief?
 

Mach22 - Sweet Talk Intervention

New blood in music is what we need if we wanna keep the music flame alive and spread the word that rock music will never die. This time the newcomer hails from the US. Mach22 are a rock & roll gang full of passion, joy & elation. The band was founded by the singer Lamont Caldwell and along came the lead guitarist Sebastian LaBar, who is the son of the celebrated Cinderella guitarist Jeff LaBar, the bassist Jaron Gulinois, who has previous experience in thrash & death metal bands – he also gave several shows with Charm City Devils, the rhythm guitarist Ted Merrill, who is the youngest of the group, & the drummer Damian MonteCarlo.

Immoral Hazard - Convulsion

Not having any previous knowledge about this band, I thought they were from somewhere abroad and I was nicely surprised when I read that they’re coming from Thessaloniki, Greece. This band has almost got rid of the majority of the mistakes the Greek scene’s fraught with, and that’s a damn good thing.
 

Grande Rock exclusively streams “Nevermind” from Mach22

Grande Rock is offering an exclusive stream of “Nevermind”, the closing track from Mach22’s “Sweet Talk Intervention”. You can listen to the track below.
 
The Philadelphia hard rockers will self-release “Sweet Talk Intervention” on May 6th, 2014. The album will be available for purchase through the band’s website here, iTunes, and damn near everywhere else.
 

Killer Be Killed - Killer Be Killed

If you wonder what Killer Be Killed is all about, I can directly tell you it is another music project by Max Cavalera (Soulfly, ex-Sepultura) on vocals & guitars along with Greg Puciato (The Dillinger Escape Plan) on vocals & guitars, Troy Sanders (Mastodon) on bass & vocals and Dave Elitch (ex-The Mars Volta) on drums. I’m sure none can complain about the line-up huh!