The 1990s witnessed a musical revolution that resonated with a generation seeking to express their individuality and navigate the complexities of adolescence. Amidst this cultural backdrop, rock anthems emerged as a rallying cry for the youth, capturing their emotions, frustrations, and aspirations. These unforgettable songs became the soundtrack of a generation, shaping 90s youth culture and leaving an indelible mark on music history. In this article, we delve into the power and influence of the rock anthems that defined the 90s, exploring their themes, impact, and enduring legacy.…
Hard rock and heavy metal would not be what it is today without the presence of beautiful women.
From the frontwoman to the bassist, there are always amazing females behind every band member. Whether you want to hear about the hot chicks that grace our stages or the ones that play lead guitar, here are the sexiest hard rock and metal frontwomen.
They are the sexiness behind the scenes, the glamour that makes it all possible, and the reason why men still flock to see live concerts. In fact, there are many women who have been involved in the hard rock and heavy metal scene since the beginning of the genre. Some of them even became famous and gained recognition for being part of one of the biggest bands out there and their Gros Seins (as the French say). Others went solo and performed songs that left fans begging for …
As of July 2017, it was revealed that rocks no longer remain the most popular musical category in the United States. Though many different factors contributed to the downfall of the once-dominant music style, one particular factor stands out as the reason why so much bad music flooded the airwaves.
With the rise of the internet, people could listen to whatever they wanted without having to rely on traditional media outlets. So instead of hearing what the masses were actually listening to, the media decided to play safe and focus on what would sell rather than what should be listened to. And because of this, they ended up playing a lot of terrible music.
From the formulaic grunge sounds of Puddle of Muck, Nickelback, and Creed to the offensively dumb nu metal songs of Limp Bizkit, Papa Roach, and Linkin Park, the general population was forced to listen to the …
ASMR has been one of the hottest topics for online discussion since its inception in 2015. However, it was not until 2017 that there was an increase in people interested in showcasing this community.
When you think of ASMR, what do you think of it? Many think of a young woman on YouTube gently whispering into a camera and promising to deliver a relaxing time. But is it really ASMR?
What is ASMR?
ASMR (Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response) was first coined in 2010 by a woman named Jennifer Allen. It has since grown into something bigger than she could ever imagine.
The Wikipedia description of ASMR is “An autonomous sensory meridian reaction (ASMR) is a pleasurable tingly feeling experienced by some people when they hear specific sounds or see certain visual stimuli. It is characterized by an urge to move one’s head from side to side and/or scratch oneself.”
Confirmed Shows 2014 – New Album Preview
13-03 UK – Hammerfest VI
10-05 France – Lezard’Os Metal Fest (Matignicourt)
24-05 Czech Republic – Under Dark Moon Festival
European Tour 2013 – with Therion / Arkona & The Devil
11-01 Italy – EstaBì Ornavasso (Verbania)
30-04 Italy – Audiodrome Rock Club (Turin)
31-05 Italy – The Closer (Rome)
17-08 Belgium – RommelRock Fest (Limburg)
14-09 The Netherlands – Into the Limelight Festival
with AT VANCE (Den Bosch)
29-09 Italy – Audiodrome Rock Club (Turin)
with Vision Divine
06-12 Poland – Studio (Krakow) – with Therion
07-12 Poland – Stodola (Warsaw) – with Therion
08-12 Poland – Eter (Wroclaw) – with Therion
10-12 Hungary – Club 22 (Budapest) – with Therion
11-12 Austria – Szene (Vienna) – with Therion
12-12 Czech Republic – Fleda (Brno) – with Therion
13-12 Germany – F Haus (Jena) – with Therion
14-12 Holland – Effenaar – …