Calgary’s the Unravelling Stage a “Revolt”

In 2010, Canada’s hard-rocking duo the Unravelling released their debut album to critical acclaim; the press dubbed it an “industrial-infused metal masterpiece.” They showed true promise of channeling venerated bands like Tool, NIN, the Dillinger Escape Plan, and others. Then, one year ...

The Popdose Interview: Tia Bocker of Sinsanity

The band Sinsanity is currently writing new music while out performing at East Coast clubs, supporting their recent EP, The Machine. The group consists of Tia Bocker, Vocals; Brian Jimenez, Lead Guitar; Jeremy Burns, Drums; Will Woytowicz, Rhythm Guitar; and David Bialas, ...

Top 10 Rock Songs About… Rock

Typically, writing a rock and roll song about rock and roll is a pretty lame move. It’s sort of like writing a poem about writing poetry. By virtue of the fact that we’re listening to a rock song we’ve pretty much established ...

Top 15 Brian May Queen Songs

Over the course of Queen’s illustrious recording career, Brian May proved to not only be an outstanding guitarist but an incredibly talented and versatile songwriter. While the late Freddie Mercury was the focal point of the band during the band’s glorious ...

Top 10 Stone Temple Pilots Songs

Stone Temple Pilots have announced they have officially terminated Scott Weiland – no further information is available at this time.

With that tersely worded statement, released on February 27, it seems that the book has finally closed on the fulfilling but ...

Top 10 Ace Frehley Songs (Kiss and Solo)

There are two groups of music fans when it comes to Kiss co-founder and all-around weird guy Ace Frehley — those who love his songs and those who only think they don’t love his songs. I am firmly in the former ...

The 15 Best Rush Songs Since the 1990s

Well, the moment is finally here. Rush are finally members of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Whatever beef I may have with the Hall and their selection process, I can admit that it’s nice to see the band receive ...

CD Review: Saga, “20/20″

I always have difficulties when first hearing a Saga album, and it usually takes some time to decide whether I like it or not. That often arrives when their next one does and I can measure the former against the latter, ...

A special video message from King’s X drummer Jerry Gaskill

As fans of King’s X no doubt know by now, co-founder and drummer Jerry Gaskill suffered a heart attack during the weekend of February 25th. Gaskill spent approximately three weeks in intensive care and was finally released from the hospital on March ...

Popdose Flashback ’92: King’s X, “King’s X”

At the time of this writing, it’s been just a few days since it was announced that King’s X co-founder and drummer Jerry Gaskill suffered a heart attack. The band, now in their third decade, has canceled their tour plans for the ...