IndoSoul… quite literally.

Karthick Iyer Live is an Indo Soul music band from Chennai, India. IndoSoul? You may ask.  Well these guys have released their own genre, and it is but … Nice. According to Karthick Iyer, “IndoSoul is deep, soulful, and has its roots in Indian music, but attempts to transcend cultural and national boundaries and horizons, and…

COB has a new guitarist!

Alas Children of Bodom has announced their new guitarist, and it comes as no surprise that the new guy is ex-guitarist from Norther. Norther sounded like them, and now we have Daniel Freyberg join COB. After an official post by COB’s Facebook page, they have confirmed that fans can expect to see him in the upcoming…

Megadeth – Dystopia

Megadeth just released the title track from their upcoming album  – Dystopia also featuring their new guitarist –  Kiko Loureiro. The album is set to release on January 22, 2016, though listening to the song would teleport you back to 90s. How many horns on the metal meter? I’d say 6/10. Give it a listen and…

Let there be beer!

There is music, and then there is beer! Opeth have officially launched their own beer in celebration of their 25th anniversary. The Swedish progressive metal heroes have teamed up with Leeds-based Northern Monk Brew Co for a limited edition beer called XXV Anniversary Imperial Stout. Only 1700 660ml bottles of the 9.2% brew are available…

Music has no language!

  Chances are that you will not understand a word of the songs by this band (unless you are German ofcourse), but that won’t stop you from loving them. Ladies and metalmen, presenting to you – Rammstein (better late than never). Recently got introduced to these guy, and figured that they are worth talking about. So if…

Bon Jovi – Burning Bridges album review

  The thirteenth album by Bon Jovi, released in August is also the first without long-time guitarist Richie Sambora. So what all can you expect? For all the Bon Jovi fans still out there, well the album has the same Bon Jovi feel as always. Group vocal harmonies and driving chord progressions are enough to compel the…

Mumford and Sons – Wilder mind

  Just when I was searching for something new to listen to, I got my hands on Mumford and Son’s album – Wilder Mind. With more use of electric instruments (which is quite prominent as compared to their earlier albums), their third album is straight up more indie than the earlier two. Mumford and Sons have surely entered the…

Exclusive: You Want A Battle? (Here’s A War)

  Bullet For My Valentine has just released a video for their upcoming Album : Venom, due on August 14. I used to listen to BFMV as a teenager, and was fond of their songs: Tears don’t fall, All these things I hate. But then I grew old, and their songs started sounding EMO. The new…

10 years later, Mike Shinoda is back with Fort Minor

  After what seemed like eternity, and after many of the fans lost all hopes of seeing them back, the time has come! Fort Minor is finally back with their new video: Welcome, after a looong hiatus of 10 years. After the 10 years of no show, Mike Shinoda has taken the phrase ‘perfect comeback’…

James Hetfield and his daughter just made the best Adele cover ever!

Get ready to listen to one of the best Adele song covers, by the best father-daughter duo ever! James Hetfield gave his fans in San Francisco, CA a surprise of their lifetime by bringing his daughter Cali on stage and covering Adele’s “Crazy for You”. Give your ears a treat here: This is quite cute. Isn’t it?

What musicians would say about – THE DRESS

We all have been irked by those posts about ‘The Dress’ which flooded our social media, well here is how the top musicians would react if asked for their opinion. 1. Alexi Laiho Well ofcourse. 2. James Hetfield Couldn’t agree more bro. 3. Maynard James Keenan  Mirror please. 4. David Gilmour Thanks for confusing us…

All you Randy Blythe fans, you can soon read his autobiography.

Randy Blythe’s autobiography finally has a release date! The autobiography, named –  Dark Days: My Tribulation And Trials will be released on July 14th by Da Capo Press. The autobiography comes ofcourse after the controversial sentence he had to serve in  Czech Republic. You may have read many metal autobiographies, and after a point they all seem…