Tag: Them Evils

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DON JAMIESON Converses with Madness To Creation on “Denim and Laughter” and the Art of Comedy!

Editor’s Note:  A few years back, I remember seeing very funny comedy Don Jamieson on VH1’s “That Metal Show” featuring…

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(EP Review) “Rollin’ Stoned And Livin’ Free” by Them Evils

Recently, Southern California’s own Them Evils released their major throwback of an EP entitled “Rollin’ Stoned And Livin’ Free” via…

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“Too Far Gone” by Cane Hill…Power and Strength!

Deep in the backwoods of Louisiana comes a band that has a newfound purpose, a new found sobriety(congratulations to Cane…

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The Night That Rejuvenated My Passion for Live Music: Featuring Trivium and Arch Enemy!

At The Truman in Kansas City, it was metal giants Trivium and Arch Enemy with special guests While She Sleeps…

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Madness To Creation Sounding Off: Never Forgetting Warped Tour Because of Amazing Vocalists, like Ashley Costello of New Years Day!

The second part of the “Looking Back on Warped Tour” series features New Years Day and Ashley Costello.  It is…

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Madness To Creation Sounding Off: Looking Back at 2017 Warped Tour Part One: Featuring Hatebreed!

The old tried and true saying goes is that “all good things must come to an end”.  It was recently…

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Matt Gullucci, guitar/vocals for My Ticket Home, Sits Down with Madness To Creation in Regards to Their Craziest Fan Interaction, Puke, and Pet Peeves!

Editor’s Note:  When Loudwire acknowledges your album “unReal” as “Best of 2017”, you know that My Ticket Home is offering…

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“Two Parts Viper” by ’68, how can this be two dudes in the band?

This past June, Atlanta, Georgia’s own ’68 released “Two Parts Viper” via Cooking Vinyl/Good Fight Management.  Josh Scogin(formerly of Norma…