Tag Archives: Rock and Roll

Dig Two Graves’ Deathwish Album Channels The Greatness of Metal

22 May

With the band Dig Two Graves having an overall progressive and metal core sound, their sound stands out. Their 6 track EP release entitled Deathwish is centered around the themes of hurt and loss. Traditional riffs and traits of heavy metal ring the tracks with familiarity. The album itself is dedicated to Pete from Big Bang Music, a local music shop that members Kenny Meeks and Josh Brewer grew up visiting. Instrumentals aside, their lyrics and themes of angst run through the album with a strong fury. The song that listeners will hear alot of this, with varying tones of guitars and reverbs include Track 2. Dig Two Graves exemplifies alot of what the 90s grit and grunge of heavy metal was, unlike alot of genre crossovers in today’s music world. Some people may not put weight into just how influential metal music has in the world of genres today, but this band represents not only the strength of rock and roll, but the feeling of being an inner rebel with heavy metal running through our veins.

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Peter Senior Gets Listeners In The Anthem Spirit For This Season With Album On The Edge

25 Nov

Tony Bennett, Billy Joel, Elton John, and countless other iconic musicians come to mind when one thinks of Peter Senior. When you close your eyes and envision the musician entertaining you and wanting you to connect with the music, you know you’ve found a musician at a person’s core. Hailing from Sydney, Australia, it’s no surprise that Senior has been surrounded by music his whole life and furthermore he comes from a musical family. Notably starting his performances around the high school period of his life, he honed in on his talent on the piano and performed in local musicals as well. Those two things paired together would go on to shape Peter Senior’s future. Overall, the variety of tracks on On The Edge span across the genres of Country, Rock, and even a dash of Motown. The themes of the songs on the album range from feel good anthems to songs that are odes to other periods of life and the concept of time. If you are wanting to take a listen to a musician that carries a strong voice, has a strong band ensemble, and gets you connected with his music and energy upon listening to the first time, go ahead and listen to Senior as soon as you can. Rest assured, you won’t regret it.

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