Tagged with Shinedown

Amaryllis by Shinedown – Album Review

Two months ago I previewed the release of Shinedown’s first studio album since their 2008 release of The Sound of Madness. More than three years after its release, Amaryllis is here and while some of their oldest fans may be disappointed in the band’s evolution, I welcome it. Below is song-by-song breakdown and an overall score for the album. … Continue reading

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Shinedown Set To Release New Rock Album, Amaryllis

“Shinedown has announced the upcoming release of their much anticipated new album. Entitled ‘Amaryllis,’ the record will arrive in stores and at all digital retailers on March 27.” Music snobs often lump Shinedown in with the mash of other similar bands like Three Doors Down and Puddle of Mud. With their new album Shinedown plans to break … Continue reading

Album Art Ain’t Dead Yet

Music itself is often art, so it only makes sense to couple it with beautiful visual art on the album covers. Digital music is great because it has filled out computer libraries with many more songs than we’ve ever had before, but as digital music has grown and cut into physical album sales, the prominence … Continue reading

A Wave of Great New Music Is On The Way

Incubus just released a new single, “Adolescents.” I just gave it a first listen tonight, and I liked what I heard. It certainly has a great smooth sound with awesome guitar work. After just one listen the song seems to be about feeling overwhelmed, but I don’t want it to be that simple. Lyrics are … Continue reading