It is official here Linkin Park have returned and yes it’s different!
Linkin Park have dropped their 7th studio album One More Light after a 3 year break. The band that has been the foundations for so many people’s music taste growing up, fans have grown to expect the Linkin Park sound, ‘Nu-Metal’ most communally heard on the first two albums Hybrid Theory and Meteora, however this style has never truly been copied on any of the other albums. With the group always looking to try something new. One More Light caries on this trend and experiments further with the bands sound. Continue reading →
I have to credit my trip down the musical rabbit hole to one artist, or more one man. That man is a Seattle native and his command an audience and musical ability is nothing short of iconic to the generation he helped to define and no I’m not talking about Kurt Cobain.
You might have noticed there hasn’t been a post for a while and there’s a reason for that. As some of you might know we are currently in exam and final submission time for University students here in the UK and due to this I haven’t had a lot of spare time to research some of the topics I have lined up. Within the next week or so I will have an empty time table and will have the time to start some of the really interesting stories.
Before we begin I just want to make sure everyone is clear as I feel this could be the post that gets some hate. This is just me thinking out loud and have sat with 11 tabs open on chrome fact checking the hell of this bitch. Thank you. Continue reading →
It’s 01:46, March 19 and I have finally turned on social media to find that Chuck Berry has died, The father of rock and roll, the man responsible for arguably the greatest genre of music of all time has left this world. Continue reading →
With ‘One More Light’ dropping on May 19th, Linkin Park fans have been up in the air about how they feel about the group’s next step. With only the first single, Heavy, being available at the moment, the LP faithful have come to question if this album is not the beginning of the end for what is currently the best selling American Rock Group of the 21st Century (CD sales).