This month is the 20th anniversary of one of music’s most influential album releases. The rock band Nirvana released its second album ‘Nevermind’ on September 24, 1991. If you haven’t listened to it in awhile or have never listened to the whole thing, maybe it’s time for a re-visit.
Three new albums have been recently released which we feel will appeal to the HardyMag reader. These albums are from three disparate bands, but they all possess the requisite energy and creativity needed to satisfy our manly readers.
Three interesting new albums have recently been released featuring varied music styles but all with widespread appeal.
Lollapalooza is a huge music fest which occurs annually in Chicago’s Grant Park. This year the festival will take place between August 6th and August 8th, and the venue along with band list has been greatly expanded compared to previous years.
While the summer is mainly known for new movie releases, several albums recently made their debut catering to tastes across the music spectrum. HardyMag recommends checking out these five selections:
Revolutions Per Minute is the latest effort by hip-hop phemons Reflection Eternal. For those not in the know, Reflection Eternal is comprised of renowned produced Hi-Tek teamed up with master MC Talib Kweli.
This self-named sixth album recently released album by the Stone Temple Pilots marks singer Scott Weiland’s return from a long drug-induced hiatus.
The band’s latest release — Living — maintains the rawness which Pontiak fans have come to love . . .
It only takes a minute of listening to Fever, Bullet For My Valentine’s 3rd studio album, to ascertain the level of freneticism this Welsh band is capable of.