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Nevermen ‘Nevermen’ Album Review

Nevermen ‘Nevermen’ Album Review: Long-in-the-works collaboration between Mike Patton, Doseone, and Tunde Adebimpe sounds as wonderfully weird as you’d hope.  Supergroups are a curious musical phenomenon. What sounds amazing on paper can become overwhelming upon completion with the “too many cooks” scenario. But the self-titled début from Nevermen, featuring Mike Patton, TV on The Radio’s Tunde Adebimpe and Adam Drucker […]

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SLIS’s 15 Best Rock Albums of 2015

SLIS’s 15 Best Rock Albums of 2015: the best metal and alternative rock albums of the year.  Last week I covered the 25 best rock songs of 2015, and now it’s time to celebrate the best albums of the year. As always I pride myself on sticking to rock oriented releases in a sea of pop nonsense, […]

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SLIS’s 25 Best Rock Songs of 2015

SLIS’s 25 Best Rock Songs of 2015: counting down the most rocking tunes of the year. It’s just a few weeks until we say goodbye to 2015 (really?), so that means its time to break our best-of lists, starting off with the best rock tracks of the year. Here’s my favorite 25 from the worlds of alternative, […]

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SLIS Holiday Gift Guide: Best Music Box Sets of 2015

SLIS Holiday Gift Guide: Best Music Box Sets of 2015-our picks for this year’s coolest music box sets and rock music specialty items. UPDATED: Cyber Monday deals highlighted in red! The holiday season is officially upon us, and there is no shortage of awesome gift choices for the rock music fan in our life. I’ve […]

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Happy Halloween: Top 20 Scariest Rock Songs

Happy Halloween: Top 20 Scariest Rock Songs: the creepiest tracks of all time-from metal, goth, and more. Whether you’re trying to plan a Halloween Party, or just enjoy being creeped out all on your lonesome, music can be just as terrifying as a horror film. Even in its early days, rock music has always enjoyed a good scare, […]

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Concert Review: Faith No More at Austin Music Hall

Concert Review: Faith No More at Austin Music Hall. Alt-metal pioneers deliver a transcendent, soaring set to a rapt Austin, TX crowd.  Faith No More bassist Billy Gould joked to the packed house at Austin Music Hall, that “it’s been like 30, or 25, or 35 years since we’ve been here! How have you been?” […]

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Faith No More Albums Ranked From Worst To Best

Faith No More Albums Ranked From Worst To Best: the ultimate ranking of an “epic” discography. Has there ever been a band as hard to categorize as Faith No More? While they’re best known for their rap-rock hit Epic, that song doesn’t even begin to cover all their other musical tastes. The band have mixed and matched […]

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Riot Fest 2015 Lineup Revealed

Riot Fest 2015 Lineup Revealed: this year’s formidable lineup includes Faith No More, Billy Idol, Iggy Pop and….oh just read the whole piece. There’s a LOT. Riot Fest has just announced their official 2015 lineups for Chicago, Denver, and Toronto. And just as in past years, they have proven superior to every festival held in […]

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Faith No More’s Sol Invictus Debuts at #6 on U.S. Billboard Charts

Faith No More’s long-awaited comeback album Sol Invictus has reached wide critical acclaim (including this site) and it’s clear their fan base has been receptive. The band’s first release since 1998 landed at #6 on the American Billboard charts (and $14 on their top 100, #1 on Billboard’s Hard Music and Independent Album charts and #2 on […]

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Faith No More ‘Sol Invictus’ Review

Faith No More ‘Sol Invictus’ Review: Alternative rock iconoclasts return proudly unbowed. To say Faith No More’s comeback album Sol Invictus is highly anticipated is an understatement. It’s their first album in nearly two decades. To put that into perspective, their previous release (1997’s Album of the Year) came out when people still used beepers, and […]

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