Category Archives: Music

The Big Deal – “Amaranth” (Nightwish Cover) – Official Video

Please meet The Big Deal, a promising new melodic hard rock band from Serbia. The band is working on their debut album for Frontiers Records now, but in the meantime, enjoy their cover of Nightwish’s ‘Amaranth’.

“While we are waiting to present our music and debut album, we decided to have some fun in the studio and share it with you. The covers we’ve recorded in the studio are a sampling of our musical tastes and just us having some fun. Thanks to Anette Olzon and Nightwish for the inspiration.” – The Big Deal | Recorded in studio “Paradox”, July 2021.

Ghost – Hunter’s Moon cover (331Erock w/ Steve Welsh)


331Erock– I’m guessing you knew it was coming 🙂 First of all I want to thank my great friend Steve for laying down the wicked vocals and doing an amazing job with the video (and putting up with my Crow lines because I think he looks like my boy Top Dollar). It’s the first time ever I let someone else edit the video and I couldn’t be happier. He’s just awesome. And a perfectionist like me so working with someone as detail oriented as me was great. On top of that, one of those people too that you can talk with for hours. Second, I love the song. Threw in a solo or two to spice it up and boom! If papa ever needed some backup…give us the bat signal. All of Steve’s info is below too. As a bonus, he does some INCREDIBLE vocal mashups. GO!

What Happened To Music? This Week In the 80s Based On All-Time Performance | Professor of Rock

Up next we’re going to go go behind the top 10 songs of this same week from the year 1983. We’ll recalibrate them based on their performance up to now and with your memories and artist commentary! Including Tell Her About It By Billy Joel, The Safety Dance by Men Without Hats, Islands in the Stream by Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton, Mainiac by Micheal Sembello, True By Spandau Ballet, Making Love out of Nothing at All by Air Supply and Total Eclipse Of The Heart by Bonnie Tyler.

The Tragedy Behind …LIKE CLOCKWORK

Creating the sixth Queens of the Stone Age record would be anything but easy. Following 2007’s Era Vulgaris, mastermind Josh Homme would take a six year break from the band — producing the Arctic Monkeys’ third record (Humbug), playing in other bands like Eagles of Death Metal and Them Crooked Vultures, while also welcoming his second child. But in the fall of 2010, after developing an antibiotic-resistant staph infection, Homme was hospitalized for nearly two weeks. Then bedridden for a handful of months. Leaving the frontman to sink into a deep depression.