Much like Stryper, Mortification is a bold, in your face Christian metal band. Whereas Stryper opted for melodic metal, Mortification has predominately produced extreme metal. Primarily known as a death metal band, Mortification has also released thrash metal albums, as well as more traditional heavy metal albums. Regardless of the metal subgenre the one constant … Continue reading Album Spotlight: Erasing The Goblin By Mortification
The main goal of a movie poster is to promote a movie. To convince someone to want to watch the movie being depicted. The poster is not necessarily called to retell the movie's story. The poster is created to intrigue us as viewers to want to go see the movie. The posters featured here are just a … Continue reading Casablanca: A Selection Of Movie Posters
I know that there is a great deal currently going on in America. 2017 has brought a variety of major political disagreements and more on the seemingly endless issue of racism. Currently we are dealing with extreme brush fires, historic flooding and devastating hurricanes. In the midst of all of this we must not forget … Continue reading 9.11.2017
What will it take for fans to fully support the solo output of Genesis keyboardist Tony Banks? The lack of substantial support for any of his solo projects is baffling. His band mates, (Phil Collins, Peter Gabriel, Mike Rutherford and Steve Hackett) have all found varying degrees of commercial success outside of Genesis. Somehow that … Continue reading Tony Banks, What Will It Take?
As a long time fan of Steve Hackett I am quite happy for his current success. His recent Genesis Revisited tours have proven to be quite popular. He recently announced another Genesis Revisited tour for 2018. It would seem that he is pleased to be playing in front of larger audiences. Hearing his brilliant touring band play … Continue reading My Fantasy Steve Hackett Setlist
The original Battlestar Galactica (1978) unfortunately only lasted one season. But what a spectacular season it was. Nearly forty years later and the show is still having an impact. Battlestar Galactica proudly wore it influences on its outer worldly sleeves. There is no denying the immense influence of Star Wars: A New Hope (1977) and … Continue reading Lt. Starbuck, An Appreciation
I recently had the great pleasure of seeing Queen + Adam Lambert in concert. Wow, what a phenomenal show! Brian May, Roger Taylor, Adam Lambert and the entire band rocked. During the band introductions long time keyboard player Spike Edney received light, polite applause. Based on the response it was apparent that many were not … Continue reading An Appreciation For Queen’s Spike Edney