Livin’ on a Dream: The Philly Connection

As a product of the fighting city of Philadelphia, where no punch is pulled, and respect is earned, I developed a blue-collar work ethic and hardened resolve at an early age.

An Interview with Jaron Gulino of Tantric & Heavens Edge

As challenging as it is to keep track of Jaron Gulino’s growing list of musical endeavors, it is nearly impossible to match his drive and determination.

8 Great Records You May Have Missed in 2022

Choosing a best-of list when you’re more than halfway through the year isn’t exactly the most common time for careful deliberation.

Soldier On!: Megadeth Invades Hersheypark Stadium

By 7:45 Saturday evening, a faint autumn breeze swirled through Hersheypark Stadium as a sea of impassioned headbangers restlessly waited in anticipation.

An Interview with Jeff Young, Formerly of Megadeth

Cast aside and often relegated to a mere footnote in the band’s storied lore, Jeff Young’s legacy as a member of Megadeth will forever be entwined with its incredulously neglected third studio album, So Far, So Good… So What!

An Interview with Tyler Bryant of Tyler Bryant & the Shakedown

A signature pink Stratocaster, charismatic allure and uncompromising vision distinguish Tyler Bryant from his peers, but his legacy may well be defined as a torchbearer for rock ‘n’ roll’s next generation.

An Interview with Jaron Gulino of Tantric & Heavens Edge

Despite maintaining a rigorous touring schedule with his flagship band, Tantric, Jaron Gulino simultaneously balances duties with Philadelphia’s own Heavens Edge and the occasional moonlight performance with George Lynch and the Electric Freedom.

An Interview with James LoMenzo of Megadeth

James LoMenzo has been in the music business long enough to know never to say never.

An Interview with Wolf Hoffmann of Accept

In spite of Wolf Hoffmann’s nearly 50-year history of captivating audiences around the world and leaving an indelible imprint on heavy metal history, his creative exuberance never ceases, refusing to let the veteran axe-slinger become complacent.

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