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rap rock

God Gave Rock and Roll to You: Part 10 - Rock the Party

Rock The Party

Around the turn of the century a new genre of music would see a meteoric rise in popularity. Teenage boys were stoked. Music critics were not. This genre would come to be known as “rap-rock”. Rap-rock was exactly what it claimed to be, a mixture of hip-hop and alternative rock or metal, usually played with down-tuned guitars and loads of testosterone fueled angst. Continued →

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May 22, 2012

POD

INTERVIEW : P.O.D.

P.O.D. is back after four long years to bring the house down for a whole new generation with Murdered Love on Razor & Tie. Sonny Sandoval, the lead vocalist, was nice enough to sit down and discuss touring plans for the summer, the current state of the music industry and of course, what to expect on the band’s upcoming follow up to When Angels and Serpents Dance. Check it out below. Continued →

May 14, 2012

April 30, 2012

Southtown

Metaphysical Monday: Southtown

There was a time when rap-rock ruled the world.  Although I don’t want those days to come back, there were some pretty sweet albums made during those years that I still enjoy.  I think the best of that genre/era was “The Fundamental Elements of Southtown” by P.O.D.   Continued →