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  • Michael Manring Japan Tour Blu-Ray Available For Preorder

    Michael Manring Japan Tour Blu-Ray Available For Preorder

    Japan’s Pudding Broadcast is working to release a new live Michael Manring video on Blu-ray, and they need our help. Manring toured Japan back in 2016 when Pudding, a film, and audio production company, recorded his performances. “In October 2016, we invited Michael Manring for his first solo live tour in Japan,” they write. “Thanks... »

  • Five Finger Death Punch Releases “And Justice For None”

    Five Finger Death Punch Releases “And Justice For None”

    Five Finger Death Punch has returned with their seventh studio album, entitled And Justice For None, after two years of struggles. The record was completed in 2016, but troubles with their label delayed its release. Individual members had their share of personal problems, including vocalist Ivan Moody and bassist Chris Kael, who said the hard... »

  • Lamb of God Releases “Legion: XX” Under Burn The Priest Moniker

    Lamb of God Releases “Legion: XX” Under Burn The Priest Moniker

    Before Lamb of God, there was Burn the Priest. Lamb of God has gone back to their roots with a new album of covers under the band’s former name. Featuring songs written by bands like The Accused and Agnostic Front, Legion: XX has a decidedly punk slant. That’s in part because each of the members... »

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  • Live Ted Nash Quintet Album Features Rufus Reid

    Live Ted Nash Quintet Album Features Rufus Reid

    Saxophonist Ted Nash has released Live At Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola, which marks his first live album in 25 years. Wielding the sax, clarinet, flute, and piccolo, the jazz composer gets to show off his improv chops in a smaller ensemble (opposed to his big band charts) with his close musical friends. Legendary bassist Rufus Reid... »

  • Jonathan Davis Solo Album Features Miles Mosley

    Jonathan Davis Solo Album Features Miles Mosley

    Korn frontman Jonathan Davis has just dropped a new solo album called Black Labyrinth. It’s his first solo record, and while elements of his main gig are prevalent, there’s plenty of music you wouldn’t expect from the vocalist. That’s thanks in part to his collaboration with Miles Mosley of the West Coast Get Down. The... »

  • Pink Floyd’s “Pulse” Gets Box Set Reissue

    Pink Floyd’s “Pulse” Gets Box Set Reissue

    Pink Floyd’s live album Pulse has been re-released in a remastered 4-LP box set. The album, originally released in 1995, was recorded during their 1994 tour in support of The Division Bell that featured original members David Gilmour, Nick Mason, and Richard Wright. The band was joined by bassist Guy Pratt. The set will include... »

  • Joe Bonamassa Releases “British Blues Explosion Live”

    Joe Bonamassa Releases “British Blues Explosion Live”

    Joe Bonamassa pays tribute to his British guitar heroes in a new DVD and album called British Blues Explosion Live. The guitarist taps into the work of Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, and Jimmy Page with a five-piece band filled out by keyboardist Reese Wynans, rhythm guitarist Russ Irwin, drummer Anton Fig, and bassist Michael Rhodes.... »

  • Neil Young Releases “Roxy: Tonight’s The Night Live”

    Neil Young Releases “Roxy: Tonight’s The Night Live”

    Neil Young’s “Ditch” era after the success of 1972’s Harvest produced some of the most emotionally heavy and raw music of his career. Central to the set of albums referred to as the “Ditch Trilogy” is 1975’s Tonight’s the Night, a reflection on drug abuse and the loss of his friends. Guitarist Danny Whitten and... »

  • Reuben Rogers Anchors Joey Alexander’s “Eclipse”

    Reuben Rogers Anchors Joey Alexander’s “Eclipse”

    Piano prodigy Joey Alexander has spent the past few years blowing everyone’s minds with his off the charts playing. Now the fourteen-year-old has returned with Eclipse, an eleven-song album that mixes his original compositions with jazz standards and gospel. The album is pinned together by bassist Reuben Rogers, who creates a solid rhythm section alongside... »

  • Ron Carter Biography Now Available In Audiobook

    Ron Carter Biography Now Available In Audiobook

    Jazz master Ron Carter’s biography, Finding The Right Notes, is now available as an audiobook. Written by Dan Ouellette, the aural version is read by Carter himself and include musical intros to each chapter. Its total running time is over twelve hours. Finding The Right Notes chronicles Carter’s life from his beginnings in Michigan to... »