The Details: Revolver Magazine has just launched its “Hottest Chicks In Hard Rock” tour for 2014 and this package features Sick Puppies, Lacuna Coil, Eyes Set To Kill and Cilver. The tour run only started a few days ago and since its making a stop in NYC I am happy to announce that PiercingMetal fans can win a chance to see the show for free at our own Irving Plaza thanks to the fine folks at Livenation. Read more below on what to do. Continue reading Win To See Revolver’s “Hottest Chicks In Hard Rock” @ Irving Plaza On 2/24/14→
Hey there readers of Revolver Magazine and of course this humble Metal blog, its my pleasure to share with you the one of the latest tours to be announced with the “Hottest Chicks In Hard Rock” tour for 2014. The tour will feature a headlining Sick Puppies along with Lacuna Coil, Eyes Set To Kill and Cilver. Learn more below.
Artist: Korn Title: “See You On The Other Side” Label: EMI Music/Virgin Records Release Date: 12/6/2005 Genre: Nu-Metal Rating: 7/10
The new Korn release “See You On The Other Side” is an interesting journey into their dark aspect of Heavy Rock. Often labeled “nu-metal”, I admit that I never thought this of them at all. Korn was always a band that pressed the buttons and pushed the envelope into a different direction from the bands that were truly Nu Metal. The result of their experiments gave Korn a unique mix of some Funk and often Industrial feels as well as a healthy dose of traditional Metal. Their new album would also find them minus one member as their previous guitarist Head decided to leave and pursue religion. Given Korn is not some extreme Black or Death Metal group I felt he could have remained and still made music. Despite the loss of a member the band did not slow down their pace and still deliver a solid album. I admit that I never really followed them but I was able to enjoy “Throw Me Away”, “Twisted Transistor” and “Souvenir”. “Love Song” was also a good one but I liked that more in the concert setting (I had just gotten to see their show). Jonathan Davis has a unique voice and it adds a large sense of mood to their already dramatic levels of music. This album in particular has a lot of Funk feel to it and is not as heavy as some of the earlier material I had heard. The musical prowess of Fieldy (bass), David (drums) and Munky (guitars) works very well across the album. Davis also provides some bagpipes which adds an interesting twist on the bands sound. Continue reading “See You On The Other Side” by Korn→