Nashville-based nautical rock outfit Rusty Shipp spent the summer and fall building hype for their latest release, Liquid Exorcist. Now fans of 90s grunge with a modern twist have an opportunity to dive head-first into this immersive experience of an album.
For the band Guardian, their album Buzz is excellent evidence of their ability to adapt to the musical transitions that were happening around them.
The musical landscape in 2019 is full of computer generated electronic and synthesized sounds mixed underneath (or, in some cases, over) familiar pieces of a rock band. While the use of these tones can often create a unique style, it is still a joy to hear a classic, raw grunge performance. Fans of post-grunge bands [...]
There is nothing as exhilarating as experiencing a rock and roll arena show live: the roar of the crowd as the speakers blare the sounds of everyone's favorite tunes, the lights, the curtain calls. One of the most difficult challenges bands face is how to capture that energy in a live album. That's precisely what [...]
House of Rejects, a newly formed indie rock duo based out of Springfield, Missouri, debuts September 14 with a freshman EP called Fiction. Rock On Purpose had the privilege to sit down and talk with the young band about the EP, the message their music carries, and more. House of Rejects features former member of [...]
Rising rock band 3 Days Under's latest song, "Mended," exhibits their grunge-rock-meets-hope ethos perfectly. 3 Days Under is a rock group based in Kentucky. The gritty guitar sound and rasping vocals on "Mended" will instantly remind listeners of mainstay bands in the post-grunge movement, acts like Seether and Shinedown. But the lyrics are centered on [...]