Album View: Paul Maged's Latest Release "Light Years Away"

 

Receiving success and positive acknowledgments with his previous release, “Diamond & Demons”, rock song writer/singer Paul Maged returns with a new EP entitled “Light Years Away”, which had its official outing on October 10, 2017. Being planned as the opener of a trilogy, Maged composed six new tracks for his latest record along with an addition of one cover track, in which the musician personally dedicated towards one of his musical inspiration Chris Cornell. Moreover, the music on his new album itself is being described as his next progression into the song writing world as the New York based rocker is determined in exploring more ambitious sound. Being produced by Sean Gill, music lovers can enjoy that intriguing and exciting alternative rock approach with slight combination of other element such as pop, pop-punk on this new outing.

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Album View: Tony MacAlpine's New Album "Death Of Roses"

Following his recovery from a dangerous battle with cancer, guitar virtuoso, Tony MacAlpine didn't want to miss the opportunity in thanking everyone who has supported him during his tough time by gifting them a new album entitled “Death Of Roses”, which was officially released on September 1. In this latest outing, Tony poured his thoughts and emotion to produce seven exciting instrumental tracks which will bring tons of excitement for guitar heads out there. The maestro himself admitted that ideas for his new record basically arrived during the guitarist's recovery period, in which he starts everything inside his head before he finally able to pick up his guitar again.

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Reviewing Westward's 'The Last Stand' of New Album "The Empire of Deception"

 

Following the release of their debut record “The Deadly Rapture of Space” back in 2015, Salt Lake City native rockers, Westward are now gearing up to unleash their second album which will be titled “The Empire of Deception” on October 14th, 2017. Being strongly inspired with band such as Muse, Queen, Rush and others, music enthusiasts who are yet familiar with their stuff can somewhat capture essence of those top bands through the songs that this talented trio produced. The rockers are basically combining element of western trail music with futuristic stuff along with progressive rock, thus resulting in an exciting style which is labeled as cowboy space rock.

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Album View: Patrick Grant's "A Sequence of Waves"

Instrumental music may not be the thing for everyone, but exciting and quality stuff from this genre can always interest many listeners, even from those who are fond of different genre. This kind of experience is probably what many music enthusiasts might be experiencing one they heard the new album from talented instrumentalist, Patrick Grant, who on August 24, 2017 has just unleashed “A Sequence of Waves (twelve stories and a dream)'. Consisting of 13 tracks, this recent outing set to take its listener into Grant's musical journey which is filled with fun and exciting stuff as he masterfully combines different influences in his songs.

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Enjoying Fun Alternative Rock Sound from Lochness Monster's "Fables"

 

 

Combining pop punk with psychedelic stuff has always been an intriguing and interesting approach done by alternative rockers, including Florida based foursome, Lochness Monster. The band have taken that kind of setup for their recent outing “Fables” which already got its official release back on January 1st 2017. On their new record, the rockers seemingly keen on exploring and capturing the best stuff from rock music scene in recent decades. That exploration resulted in the birth of 11 exciting tracks, which production process was aided by James Paul Wisner, who previously worked with Paramore, Underoath, Dangerous Summer, etc.

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