One of the truly masterful rock albums of the 70s, Black Sabbath's Vol. 4 is forty years old today. Proto metal at its finest and quite possibly the last truly flawless, (with the exception of "Changes"), Sabbath record from the Ozzy era, Vol. 4 contains three songs featuring my favorite Tony Iommi riffs (Master Of Reality's "Into the Void," notwithstanding): "Tomorrow's Dream," "Snowblind" and "Cornucopia."
Letters From A Tapehead
April 16, 1961 - December 6, 2014 Sincerely, Letters From A Tapehead
The Austin-based experimental sextet known as The Young Mothers are releasing their second album this week, Morose . Currently b...
New Selections — Tera Melos, Wume, Zealotry, Under, Daniel Carter-Patrick Holmes-Matthew Putman-Hilliard Greene-Federico Ughi, Mackenzie Davis-Carrie Coon-Andrew BrassellSome songs to end the week. Enjoy! Tera Melos : "Lemon Grove" ft. Rob Crow (via Us-Them Group / Sargent House / YouTube) ...