While I am late to the party, Rome was rather quick to follow up on The Lone Furrow, with this, Parlez-vous Hate?
My Spanish friends The Foxholes are back with Foxholesque! (Let’s just pretend it is still early 2021, so their newer album Hex
I will not bother nor bore you with the reasons behind all the delays in writing reviews, but will keep trying to
Of course the world is filled with guitar wizards who can shred like there’s no tomorrow. So the question is do we
Let me start with making my apologies for the lack of updates. These are strange times and time for me has been
I know many people are tired of the social distancing and everything we have to endure during this strange times. But one
This is the second time this Aussie band made it to the YMB desk. (see the 2015 one here) And the second
From the midst of the US Midwest come Elsinore, a 5-piece band who consider themselves the spiritual children of David Bowie, The
One of two people to ever “graduate” from Joe Satriani’s teaching (the other one being that Steve Vai dude), so that will
Of course, reviewing this CD means for the foreseeable future I will have a hard time explaining I rarely discuss live albums
I guess that title and artwork can only hint at one thing, the 1994 skating controversy between Nancy Kerrigan and Tonya Harding.
If ever there was a title that fits the contents, then it must be this one. This is an album that showcases
From Long Beach California hail MonoDeluX. With Ho Dagger on vocals and guitar, Joe E. on bass and Rob Knonel on drums.
And while the name Jack Green did not really ring a bell with me, reading through the press information I learned that