Posts Tagged ‘album review’

Comments Off on ShrapNull – Deconstructor EP Review

Quality NEW Metal is alive and well, especially in southern Nevada, and ShrapNull is fighting its way to be mentioned among the rising stars and with good reason. Blistering death-thrash-speed-metal with potential hits of tracks Against The Tide, and Evilution, where theres some actual singing, and its not Hetfield, its really figgin good, yet still […]

Comments Off on Left Foot Green – Fun With Vengence Album Review

Left Foot Green Fun With Vengence EP www.leftfootgreen.com 1. Dick 2. Smash 3. Shit and Rats 4. Inbox 5. Reason 6. Take On Me (cover) 7. Thats My Chair Mainstream underground. This band tosses a mix of pop alternative ska rock Irish rockabilly and punk brilliantly. Its fun, quirky, angry and happy in every song. […]

Comments Off on A.M. Session – Conversations at Midnight Album Review

A.M. Session – Conversations at Midnight 2010 1. Evidence 2. Villain 3. Katie 4. The Morning Comes 5. 16th Broken Road 6. Burning The Hours 7. Brighter Than 8. 68 Some folksy-bluesy-Country-Rockin’ upbeat mellow for you… If that makes sense. Its solid musicians making a solid, well written, and recorded well (Eggplant Studios) album. A […]

Comments Off on Magnuson – Crash of Cassini Album Review

Magnuson – Crash of Cassini 2011 1. Dark Reality 2. Real Control 3. Blame 4. Dying To See 5. Somewhere 6. Stars Collide 7. Let Me Go 8. The Scout 9. Never Know 10. Forever Saturday 11. Fear & Deception 12. Vibration Girl 13. Here & Now 14. Strange Lights Finally, music weird people can […]

This 5 song ep is a solid introduction to the band.  Its nu-metal base is peppered with hard rock and thrash for potential mainstream appeal. Kicking it off is Faceplant, a high energy, angry, thrashy metal tune with edgy vocals. Track two, Darkest Hour, leads off with a solid bass line and marches into a […]

Comments Off on The Kettle Drivers – What A Thrill Album Review

The Kettle Drivers – What A Thrill Swindletone Recording Company Right off the bat I think I stumbled into a 50’s diner or a Quintin Tarantino flick. This band harvests the surf rock n roll from yesteryear and delivers it in a smooth groovy, often bluesy 12 song package. Its vocal-less mood music that would […]

Four legends of Las Vegas punk rock come together to form Naked City Romeos. Led by one of the originals of the Vegas punk rock scene, Eric Hill (ex Bad Habits, The Swell, M.I.A.) the album flows from start to finish with polish and class. Cory Naff (ex F8) normally a guitarist, adds the perfect […]

bipolar – valley of fire EP facebook.com/bipolarmetal This late 2010 EP release from Las Vegas based metal band bipolar is a strong leap forward from previous releases. The vocals have more melody and grace, and all the angry screams are still there as needed. Its a heavy, well written 6 pack of songs featuring a […]

Comments Off on FiggZilla Music News August 17th, 2011

Hello all! Thanks for all the support since our successful re-launch just two weeks ago. We plan on adding more content, bring Band of the Month back from the dead, and get someone to review some concerts for us. We will also be toying with new site designs so dont freak out if the site […]

Comments Off on Altercation – Phase None EP Review

I was able to catch Altercation live at Cheyenne Saloon in Las Vegas and was quite eager to see if the brutal energy I felt from the stage performance would relay to the EP ‘Phase None’ I was able to snag after their set. Well in so many words It doesnt. The CD is solid, […]