REVIEW: “Infernal Overdrive” by White Wizzard

“Infernal Overdrive” is the latest release from heavy-metal band White Wizzard. Self-described as a “true American metal band,” White Wizzard heavily feature long guitar riffs and higher pitched vocals to complete the classic sound. The lyrics are incredibly visual, occasionally referencing supernatural concepts like Hell, angels and Satan. “Infernal Overdrive” even features a whole song … Continue reading REVIEW: “Infernal Overdrive” by White Wizzard

“Arrogance & Ignorance” by The Narrowbacks: Album Review

Confession: I am all about Celtic Rock. I do not listen to near enough of it, and I am always excited to expand the list of groups that are on my radar. That being said, I got so unbelievably hyped over seeing that genre crop up in an email that I couldn't wait to sit … Continue reading “Arrogance & Ignorance” by The Narrowbacks: Album Review

“Touch The Ground” by the Chordaes: Album Review

I love coming in at an artist's debut album, because it really sets the stage for anything they release in the future. I am fascinated by the way music grows and changes for a group from their first album to the next and the next and the next. Something about debut album just screams potential … Continue reading “Touch The Ground” by the Chordaes: Album Review

“Upside Down” by Set It Off: Album Review

We get a lot of fun opportunities here at Music Unlabeled, and it can be a little topsy turvy at times. Still, that rush of excitement at a new email in the inbox doesn't let up. And so it was when Set It Off's new album showed up in my inbox. It goes without saying that I … Continue reading “Upside Down” by Set It Off: Album Review

“The Age of Envy” by Cale and the Gravity Well: Album Review

Energy is an important part of any form of music. It can make or break a track or album. When it's right, it's always a fantastic journey that keeps a listener coming back for more and more and more. The Age of Envy, the debut album from Cale and the Gravity Well, is an album that … Continue reading “The Age of Envy” by Cale and the Gravity Well: Album Review

“Where The Light Shines Through” by Switchfoot, Album Review

Switchfoot’s latest album, Where The Light Shines Through, is - as classically as ever - a wonderful, upbeat album. It features sounds similar to their previous album, Fading West, while still being unique. In some cases, it is a totally new sound for Switchfoot. As a band, Switchfoot has evolved in several different ways in … Continue reading “Where The Light Shines Through” by Switchfoot, Album Review

“King of the League” by Gideon’s Army: Album Review

Earlier this month I had the chance to listen to and review "Red Lips" by Gideon's Army. Today i get the honor of reviewing the album that that single stems off of. King of the League released today, and it certainly held up to the single that preceded it here on Music Unlabeled. The album has a twang … Continue reading “King of the League” by Gideon’s Army: Album Review

“Louder!” by The Flux Machine: Album Review

Life's been a whirlwind lately, and that can mean one of two things. One, I want to listen to something that calms me down. Two, I want to listen to something that matches the energy I'm experiencing perfectly. It's a little bit choose your own adventure, but I'm definitely falling in the second category more … Continue reading “Louder!” by The Flux Machine: Album Review

“Sparkle Sparkle” by Holy White Hounds: Album Review

Sometimes you start an album, and end up surprised by the end of it. This new album from Holy White Hounds is one of those times for me, and in the most delightful of ways. A nice, classic rock sound at the start, Sparkle Sparkle quickly swept me  away on a fantastic audio journey that was absolutely … Continue reading “Sparkle Sparkle” by Holy White Hounds: Album Review

“Inuti Finns Utopi” by Körsbärsfettera: Album Review

Music can transcend language. Which is just a really pretty way of forewarning all the folks out there that today's review is sung in Swedish, since there are those who aren't comfortable with listening to music in languages they don't themselves speak. I don't rally take issue with it, but I do need to be in … Continue reading “Inuti Finns Utopi” by Körsbärsfettera: Album Review