Carcer City’s Patrick Pinion on Infinite//Unknown

Interview with Patrick Pinion of Carcer City with Song River Having just released their new album, Infinite//Unknown, on Stay Sick Records Carcer City’s vocalist, Patrick Pinion, spoke with us about their new album, their signing with Stay Sick and how his synthesia influenced the album overall. Patrick talks about the things his band has been through but how it all has brought them as a … Continue reading Carcer City’s Patrick Pinion on Infinite//Unknown

Kenny Dubman Talks New Album Reckless Abandon

Kenny Dubman New Album: Reckless Abandon with Song River Kenny Dubman reaches back to that 70’s rock sound and brings it forward to today. Formerly in the band, Prophet, he now blends the styles of Bad Company, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Deep Purple with hints of Queen, Montrose, and Rush. A dynamic blend of rock and southern tales to tell with his ever faithful love… his guitar. … Continue reading Kenny Dubman Talks New Album Reckless Abandon

Yellowcard Releases Final Self-Titled Album

Final Self-titled Album- Yellowcard By: Song River Listening to the final Yellowcard album, self-titled seems to be an appropriate choice. Streaming their album and spinning their first single, “Rest In Peace,” I immediately had to shoot an instant message over to their PR department and say that it feels like we are losing a best friend. It has been a long journey and there were … Continue reading Yellowcard Releases Final Self-Titled Album

Dan Davidson Takes Country Back to Basics

Interview with Canadian Country Artist- Dan Davidson With Song River Canadian Country Artist- Dan Davidson has found a home for his #1 selling Canadian Country Music single “Found.” A great video chosen to create his first single, “Found” was completed on a 500 dollar budget! Working with producer Jeff Dalziel brought together all the elements for the EP- Found. As Dan and Jeff worked together … Continue reading Dan Davidson Takes Country Back to Basics

Chevy Metal performs at Louisville’s Louder than Life Festival

Louisville, KY wrapped up it’s third annual Louder Than Life Music Festival last weekend. The Festival took place in at Louisville, Kentucky’s Champions Park on October 1st and 2nd. The festival attracts fans of rock and metal music from all over. The Festival also provides a wide array of tasty food in Gourmet Man Food. One of the bands featured on the Zorn stage at … Continue reading Chevy Metal performs at Louisville’s Louder than Life Festival

As Lions Debuts Album Aftermath

Album Review: As Lions- “Aftermath” By: Jane Porter It is rare to hear an EP contain such a diversified range of emotions in the hard rock world. Yet, here As Lions has done with finesse on their forthcoming album, release date–October 14th via Better Noise Records called, Aftermath. This EP strikes each chord with power and a varied palate of sounds seldom mastered. These four … Continue reading As Lions Debuts Album Aftermath

Award Winner Ed Roman Blurs the Lines of Pop and Folk

Ed Roman has been keeping himself busy! A Multi-Award nominee and winner, Ed hails from Shelbourne Ontario, Canada and is bringing his music stateside! Ed was so kind to chat about his latest album Red Omen which boasts an outstanding acoustic quality coupled with storytelling charm. Q: I was listening to the album and was pleasantly surprised! When someone says ‘pop album’ to me, I immediately … Continue reading Award Winner Ed Roman Blurs the Lines of Pop and Folk

Eyes Eat Suns Brings Their One of the Kind Sound in Latest EP

Interview with Eyes Eat Suns with Song River Song River: Looking back to the beginning of Eyes Eat Suns- there has to have been a catalyst that lead you to this artist outlet, what was it? Ayisa Adderley: Attending Warped Tour for the first time was definitely the catalyst for EES. I had already been writing and performing, but this experience definitely inspired me to … Continue reading Eyes Eat Suns Brings Their One of the Kind Sound in Latest EP