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Supergroup Teenage Time Killers Announce Album Release Date

Supergroup Teenage Time Killers Announce Album Release Date: full details and track listing for album featuring Dave Grohl, C.O.C, Randy Blythe, Tommy Victor, and much more. The long in the works début release from punk-metal supergroup Teenage Time Killers has finally been given a release date. The new album, boldly titled Greatest Hits Volume 1, will be […]

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Prong-Songs From The Black Hole Review

Prong-Songs From The Black Hole Review: Prong crafts a unique and entertaining collection of songs that honor their hardcore influences.  Prong have been on a roll. In the past three years they’ve released two acclaimed albums (the most recent being 2014’s Ruining Lives), proving that founding member-guitarist/vocalist Tommy Victor isn’t resting on his laurels. He’s made […]

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Concert Review: Prong At Backstage Live San Antonio

Concert Review: Prong At Backstage Live San Antonio. Tommy Victor’s genre-defying metal act rip through a satisfying setlist. Prong have always been a metal act hard to characterize; morphing from thrash to post-punk, industrial, and groove metal, they’re the perfect band for the metal head that gets bored easily. Their ability to mine many variations […]

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Prong ‘Ruining Lives’ Review

Prong ‘Ruining Lives’ Review: Tommy Victor returns with guns blazing for Prong’s  latest release. When I interviewed Prong frontman Tommy Victor last year, he mentioned the next Prong album would draw upon the alternative industrial metal sound of albums like ‘Cleansing’ and underrated follow-up ‘Rude Awakening.’ Click here for Albums Revisited; Prong’s  ‘Cleansing’ Turns 20 […]

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Albums Revisited: Prong’s Cleansing Turns 20

Albums Revisited: Prong’s Cleansing Turns 20. Looking back at an underrated, yet influential masterpiece. This Saturday marks the 20th anniversary of Cleansing, Prong’s 1994 metal masterwork. Prong are a band I’ve covered on several occasions (click here for my interview with band leader Tommy Victor). They’re a band that deserved to be huge, yet never […]

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An Interview with Tommy Victor of Prong

An Interview with Tommy Victor of Prong

The SLIS Interview with Tommy Victor. Tommy Victor has been busy. Last year saw the release of Prong’s ‘Carved Into Stone‘, one of the band’s best to date (click here for my review). In addition he played on Ministry’s latest album ‘Relapse‘ and is currently touring with Danzig for his 25th Anniversary tour. He’s also […]

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40 Bands That Should Have Been Bigger Part 3

40 Bands That Should Have Been Bigger Part 3

Welcome to 40 Bands That Should Have Been Bigger Part 3, where we celebrate bands who never got as big as their talents. Make sure you’ve read Part 1 and Part 2 so you see who I’ve already covered. If you want to preview or buy any of these lost treasures, click on their name (highlighted […]

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70 Most Underrated Guitar Riffs Of All Time Part 3

Alright folks, here we are to wrap up the 70 Most Underrated Guitar Riffs Of All Time Part 3. Be sure to check out Parts One and Two if you haven’t already, to see what other hidden gems I’ve covered. Want to preview or buy on iTunes? Check out my playlist at the bottom of […]

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The Top 40 Most Underrated Guitarists in Rock Part 3

The Top 40 Most Underrated Guitarists in Rock Part 3 Okay, so now that you’ve read part 1, and part 2, we just have 15 of the most underrated guitarists in rock to go. If you want to own any of their material, just click ontheir album image to take you to Amazon. Off we […]

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Killing Joke MMXII Album Review

Killing Joke MMXII Album Review

  Killing Joke MMXII Album Review Killing Joke is that rare band that seems to get better as they age.  They never seem complacent and still have energy and vigor to spare, unlike many artists who tend to phone it in after losing their focus and initial success. Their unique sonic stew, a mix of […]

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