Friday, October 4, 2013

CD Review: Hard Rock Hits Its Mark With New Music From The Everyday Losers And Chaos Plague

From Indiana comes the alternative hard rocker band, The Everyday Losers with their latest release "Social Paradise." The EP was released last year and has caught the attention of radio as well as opening slots on tour with Puddle Of Mudd, Saliva and Black Stone Cherry.
The six-song album starts out with the hard-hitting "Hate You" as they bring a little nineties grunge into their sound with influences of Nirvana and Alice in Chains. The band has a great, edgy sound as showcased in "Queen Of The World" and "Here We Are Now." They close the album with the blazing guitars of "Let Me Die" which was featured on a 2012 world-wide released Indie-Rock compilation.
The Everyday Losers have a handful of dates lined-up in their home state. For more information on this rising independent rock band, please visit their website at
From Italy comes the Progressive Death Metal band Chaos Plague with their debut EP. The three-song album contains blazing guitar riffs, machine-gun drumming and tempo changes between speed metal and progressive rock and that's all in the seven-minute opening song "Chirality." The growling vocals of "In Death I Trust" and the aggressive attack of "Sinner's Regret" are sure to draw new fans as their music is a blast of adrenaline to the brain.
To find out more about this underground metal band, check out their website at

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