For the third part of my How To Treat Your Band Like A Business series, I look at the roles that you and your band mates will assume.
Join us for the start of a new series that will help you take your band to the next level.
While mash-ups of Rock and Rap have been attempted in the past, The Boston Shakers merge the two to create an incredibly cohesive and organic sound.
The album is every bit as impressive as Cauterize, proving that Dust is not just a collection of B-sides, but a fantastic Tremonti album to sit proudly alongside its predecessor, ushering in a new chapter of Tremonti.
Definitely an improvement on previous records, as it sees the band return from the depths of radio rock to their well-established southern rock roots.
Weezer released their 10th studio, and to much surprise it wasn't an April Fools prank! And it's actually got a lot going for it!
The track oozes hard rock all over the place, from start to finish; featuring weighty riffs, powerful soaring vocals, and colossal choruses; it's an undoubtedly great sign of things to come.
I struggle to remember the last time I sat in such excitement whilst listening to music; the journey you're taken on as a listener is fantastic. 10/10
While For All Kings may feature exactly what die-hard fans want to hear, there are aspects which will prevent it from being a true hit, amongst much greater competition.
6/10 Dead End Scene pride themselves on their use of "bitchin" guitar riffs, while I probably wouldn't use that word to describe them, there's no denying that that there are some excellent riffs on the EP.