Album Review: Shaman's Harvest - Smokin' Hearts & Broken Guns

The intersection between metal, country and rock has long been a crowded one, with bands from the southern and Midwestern United States attempting to conjure up the most perfect amalgam of all three.  Shaman’s Harvest out of Missouri is another name on the list, trying again to crawl above the heap and tap into their built-in name recognition through their frequent collaborations with both the WWE and feature cinema.  As with all rock bands, Shaman’s Harvest is attempting to take over the world, this time through their fifth studio record, “Smokin’ Hearts and Broken Guns.” 

Album Review: Pord - Wild

Music is, in essence, the art of carefully controlling noise. In the massive spectrum of audible sounds, we have singled out the ones that are pleasing to us, and those are used as the basis for everything we choose to pour into our ears. The fact that it is still noise is forgotten, unless we are griping about a style of music we don't enjoy.

Buds & Roses Releases "Tusk" Marijuana

Do you feel like you need an extra edge to get through Kevin Smith's newest horror project?  If you live in LA and have a Medical Marijuana Card, you just may be in luck! 

Album Review: The Haunted - "Exit Wounds"

Who's in the mood for some more metal from Sweden? How about something groovy with a good beat? You know, something you can dance to. Well, I guess it depends on the style of dancing you're in to but maybe you'd be interested in "Exit Wounds", the latest album from Swedish metal band The Haunted, a band who has been around since 1997 and a band I am hearing for the first time.

Book Vs Television: The Strain S1:E9 The Disappeared

Book Vs Television: The Strain S1:E9 The Disappeared

Unfortunately after the excitement of episode 8 and the week long anticipation for the continuation in Episode 9, “The Disappeared;” we were let down by the show falling back on its slow motion planning. Last night’s episode starts off with Kelly Goodweather’s friend Diane dropping off Zack at a completely darkened house with only a shadowy figure in the window present. As a rather brazen character who also happens to be a mother – this is a terrible idea. But atlas, like most people involved in a apocalyptic situation – she naively goes with it.

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