Wolfmother, Cosmic Egg, October

Cosmic Egg, the return release from Wolfmother, is scheduled for release on October 13, reports This will be preceded by the release of the joyously shredding first single, “New Moon Rising,” which makes its radio premiere this Friday, August 14. Wolfmother guitarist/frontman Andrew Stockdale recently spoke to MTV News about the band’s forthcoming second […]


Puddle of Mudd at Ground Zero

by S.J. Beers on June 17, 2011

Puddle of Mudd’s first song was “Control” Everyone in the crowd was singing along at the top of their lungs. It was a great start for what was to come. After a few songs like Famous and Spaceship the crowd was going freaking nuts. Towards the end of the show POM did AC/DC’s “T.N.T”. Wes had the entire crowd fist pumping and what energy, I haven’t been to a show in a long with a crowd that was this intense.


Sick Puppies – You’re Going… up

by Chaz on June 16, 2011

I realize that Sick Puppies are covered on a general basis on Xtreme Music, but I think that they deserve to be covered much more in depth. Sick Puppies have been one of my favorite bands for a couple years now, though they have been in the industry much longer.


Pop Evil – Breathe

by Chaz on June 11, 2011

With Lipstick On The Mirror, the Grand Rapids, Michigan quintet revs up rock n’ roll. Their first full-length album is just as loud and proud as the midwestern mecca where they hail from. Pop Evil push out a propulsive combination of epic guitar leads, massive sing-a-longs and bombastic beats on songs like “Breathe” and “100 in a 55.” When all is said and done, these five men provide the proverbial kick in the pants that hard rock needs these days.


Wonder What’s Next for Chevelle?

by S.J. Beers on June 10, 2011

Chevelle has been going strong for years now with several gold and platinum under their belt. They have a very unique sound in the rock world and have made their mark in history. Wonder if a tour is next for Chevelle?


Jet – Shaka Rock

by Chaz on June 6, 2011

The album is highlighted with rockin’ tracks like the first single, “She’s A Genius,” a semi-light-hearted take on the band’s appreciation for women. “Start The Show” is noted for being one of the band’s heaviest rock songs to this date. “K.I.A” has the drama of a film packed in a 3 minute song. “Black Hearts (On Fire)” touches on the band’s fascination with power and greed.


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