Mark Morton releases new song featuring Myles Kennedy

Lamb of God guitarist Mark Morton has released the song "Save Defiance." The track features vocalist Myles Kennedy of Alter Bridge and Slash featuring Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators fame, with Alice in Chains' Mike Inez on bass and Korn's Ray Luzier on drums. The song comes from Morton's debut solo release, "Anesthetic," which will be released March 1 on WPP/Spinefarm Records. "Myles was our... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Mark Morton – ‘Anesthetic’

Review by Greg Maki-----Maybe the most remarkable aspect of “Anesthetic,” the debut solo album from Lamb of God guitarist Mark Morton, is that it sounds like exactly that—an album. The 10 songs feature 12 lead vocalists, yet it feels cohesive and of a piece. And though much of the guitar playing is unmistakable, it doesn’t... Continue Reading →

Former Sick Puppies frontman Shim to release debut solo album Sept. 14

Platinum recording artist Shim has announced a Sept. 14 release date for his self-titled solo album, "Shim," on BFD, distributed worldwide by The Orchard. After creating a worldwide fan base as founder and former lead vocalist for Sick Puppies, the Australia-born singer, songwriter and producer found himself back at square one, and after a couple... Continue Reading →

INTERVIEW: Shim (Shimon Moore, formerly of Sick Puppies)

Shimon Moore never wanted to be a solo artist. But it’s been more than three years since the guitarist-singer-songwriter split from Sick Puppies, and he finally decided it was the only way for him to release new music on his own terms. So last month at the Rock on the Range festival in Columbus, Ohio,... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Lacey Sturm – ‘Life Screams’

Review by Greg Maki-----It should come as no surprise that “Life Screams,” the debut solo release from Lacey Sturm, sounds a lot like Flyleaf, the band she fronted for a decade before leaving in 2012. That’s not a bad thing at all, especially since she leans more on the rougher, heavier side of that sound... Continue Reading →

INTERVIEW: Philip H. Anselmo

As frontman of the legendary Pantera, inarguably one of the greatest and most important metal bands of all time, Philip H. Anselmo set a bar so high no one has reached it since. In the years following that band’s untimely end (and even while it was still active), he has expanded his musical palette in... Continue Reading →

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