Music View: Checking Out E-Fire's Debut Single 'Contradict'

 

Industrial Rock or Electronic Rock might not be the most hyped or popular genres, but that doesn't mean it can't inspire new musician to embark into that realm such as what is done by mysterious solo act named E-Fire. The Portland based rocker has just released his first single entitled 'Contradict' which was officially outed on November 26, 2017, long enough already for any music enthusiasts to check out and get their hands on. Inspired by the likes of Maryln Manson, Nine Inch Nails, Tool and Rage Against The Machine, the rocker certainly shown hints of influences from those bands, but still he remain keen on showcasing his own unique approach.

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Music View: Sinoptik's New Single 'Standalone Syndrome'

 

Following their success on winning the 2016 Global Battle of the Bands in Germany, Ukraine based Stoner Rockers, Sinoptik, decided to wrap 2017 with a brand new single titled 'Standalone Syndrome'. The latest track was officially released on November 30, 2017, giving enough time for rock lovers to embrace and enjoy it before 2018 starts. Aside from participating on that contest, the rockers have also been busy promoting their 2016 release, “Interplanet Overdrice” by performing in many major events along with internationally well known bands such as, Maryln Manson, Uriah Heep, Evanescene, Within Temptation, Scorpions and many more. After those long tours and gigs experience, this European rocking trio are keen on reinventing their music, thus triggering the work and release of their latest single.

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Album View: NYDTyson Debut EP "If You're Smart, Why Are You So Sad?"

 

 

Rock music never stops attracting and inspiring new musicians to continue on the genre's legacy such as LA based garage rockers, NYDTyson. Having just formed in 2016, this duo consisting of Nick Campbell along with Eric Radloff, didn't waste much time to put their creative minds and unleash their debut EP entitled “If You're So Smart, Why Are You So Sad?” on December 8, 2017. Originally came from the same band called Bear Attack, both Eric and Nick seemingly shared the same passion in transmitting their musical talent in such garage/indie rock with strong punk vibe mixed into one unity. In an early attempt to introduce their music, the rock duo came up with five exciting tracks, in which they hope can charm many music fans from all over the globe.

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Album View: Green Knuckle Material's "Renaissance"

 

Incorporating alternative rock, pop, funk and rap might not be a ground breaking thing in today's music era, but combining those genres are often the recipe for fun and exciting stuff. Something that most likely swerving on the minds of Bergen County based rockers, Green Knuckle Material, with the release of their new album “Renaissance”, which was officially outed on December 9, 2017. Consisting mainly of five members, Scatterbrain PG (rap vocals), Young Dan (acoustic guitars/ lead vocals), D-String (bass guitars/vocals); Mudd Dog (electric/lead guitars) and The Hawaiian (drums), they collaborated their musical ideas which resulted in five tracks for their latest EP.

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Enjoying Bluesy Rockin' Ride With Curtis Fornadley's "Resonance"

 

 

Highly acclaimed guitar maestro, Curtis Fornadley continue to produce exciting masterful stuff such as his recently released album entitled “Resonance”, which was officially outed on October 10th' 2017. Still not keen on limiting his musicality, the axeman opting to combine various genre in the new album, inserting elements such as rock, country, blues, a bit of jazz and even surf. Those wide range of genres simply being blend in such fine manner creating a richly sound record that might be able to reach more global listener as it covers many different music areas. Consisting in total of 13 tracks, Curtis is very keen on providing nothing but entertainment for music lovers, especially rock fans and guitar heads.

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