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Ravenscroft – Dream Realized (Review)

Ravenscroft Dream Realized By Michael Aronovitz I write rock articles and I don’t get paid for them. I make a comfortable living as an adjunct professor at three universities teaching Rhetoric and Literature. I also write dark fiction: all published by small market horror presses that are very much like a cluster of

Sergey Ryan Bits and Pieces (Album Review)

Sergey Ryan Bits and Pieces (Debut Album) Something New By Michael Aronovitz I know. I am a metal head who writes for a metal mag, and Sergey Ryan isn’t metal. He’s a soft rock guitar player / singer-songwriter who works most of his magic on the acoustic, though he plays all the instruments on

Sifting – The Infinite Loop (Album Review)

Sifting The Infinite Loop The Album from the Band of the Year By Michael Aronovitz   It is no secret that I am a fan of Sifting, the progressive metal band from Los Angeles, California who blew our doors off with their debut record, “All the Hated” in 2013 and wowed us in September of

Meka Nism – Shaking the Earth Review

Meka Nism - Shaking the Earth Review By Michael Aronovitz The female fronted band Meka Nism are a powerhouse defined by exceptional vocals and instrumental precision. The singer, Meka, is an absolute star with a spine severing growl and a strong melodic vocal that easily surfaces as the capstone of this band. Considering

Sophie Lloyd A New Kind of Super-Star

Sophie Lloyd A New Kind of Super-Star By Michael Aronovitz     Rock is many things. It is poetic religion, emotional architecture, politics and pop culture in a strange twisted hybrid, parody, satire, mystery, and melodrama. Some use it to provide the thematic soundtrack to their day to day, while others opt for sitting back

Blacklist 9 – Groove Metal With Swag

Blacklist 9 Groove Metal With Swag By Michael Aronovitz (Band Photo Credits to Marie Randall) Groove Metal is bad-ass if it’s done right. Blacklist 9 does it better. A band from Los Angeles, this quartet is ready for the world. Right now. I just listened to their debut album, Mentally Ill, Legally Sane, that

Mia Morris – You’ve Just Got To See This…

Mia Morris You’ve Just Got To See This… By Michael Aronovitz We think our children are superstars. We honestly believe they are phenoms sometimes, and then we get together with friends at a barbecue where we’ve all had too many Michelob Ultra’s, and we actually claim our kids could be prodigies. Newsflash. Ninety-nine percent of

Nereis Review

Nereis Soundtracks and Emotional Dynamics Review By Michael Aronovitz Nereis is a band recently signed by Eclipse Records (this past January), and their album Turning Point had its worldwide release June 8th, 2018. A celebration this must have been! It is a thing of wonder to be a part of something right at

Naberus – Cornerstones and Monoliths Review

Naberus - Cornerstones and Monoliths  Review By Michael Aronovitz Naberus will release their sophomore record titled Hollow, worldwide, June 29, 2018, and I look forward to the reaction in the marketplace. Frankly, the music of this project hits you square in the face, and it seems that what has developed as a

Kill For Eden Review

Kill For Eden Review by Michael Aronovitz Raunchy, Raucous, and Right up the Spine I heard a song Friday night that was absolutely electrifying. It was featured on The Midnight Hour, one of my favorite radio shows (Crowzone) that stars Spin Goddess Midnight Furie, playing hard dance music the first half hour, hard

Swirl – Review

Swirl - Review by Michael Aronovitz Rockers Building a Fortress I use the word “building” in my title, because California rockers Swirl aren’t done yet. They are at that awesome start of what will arguably become a magnificent journey, similar to when you decide to change your life, and you walk outside taking

Lillye – Reinventing The Deal Review

Lillye - Reinventing the Deal Review By Michael Aronovitz Virginia Lillye is the lead vocalist for the breakout band Lillye, and when we get our hands on their debut album Evolve, scheduled for worldwide release through Eclipse Records May 18th, 2018, it will be the glorious unveiling of a bizarre superstar. Virginia

Ravenscroft – Stand Up Review

Ravenscroft “Stand Up” Pre-Release for the Coming EP – Rebel. By Michael Aronovitz Ravenscroft is organizing their coming out party in a delicious unveiling process that is frankly, leaving fans breathless. While the EP in full titled Rebel does not come out until March, we have been afforded grand teasers, almost like magnificent movie

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