Review: Breaking Benjamin delivers stellar show at Myrtle Beach House of Blues

Review: Breaking Benjamin delivers stellar show at Myrtle Beach House of Blues

Rock band Breaking Benjamin continues its march of sold-out shows, including a notable performance at House of Blues Myrtle Beach. Based on the at-capacity crowd’s reactions, the Pennsylvania-based rockers delivered an A-plus performance to its legion of loyal fans. Following an opening set by five-piece Detroit rock band Wilson, Breaking Benjamin frontman Ben Burnley and company set the stage ablaze with the opening guitar of Sold Cold (off the platinum-selling 2004 album We Are Not Alone). As the hauntingly dark riffs gave way to Burnley’s vocals, the crowd drank them…

Guns N’ Roses’ 5 best lyrics

Guns N’ Roses’ 5 best lyrics

Once known as The Most Dangerous Band in the World, Guns N’ Roses has been kicking ass and taking numbers over a decades-long roller coaster ride of raucousness. Despite falling apart at its sex, drugs and rock-n-roll seams, the unthinkable happened nearly 22 years later and Guns N’ Roses regrouped. Forming in 1985 and igniting L.A.’s rising rock music scene, Guns N’ Roses made music history in 1987 with the release of their best-selling U.S. debut, Appetite for Destruction. Influential, raw and unrelenting, the iconic album imbedded the band into…

“Beautifully Brutal” – Supergroup HELLYEAH’s Tom Maxwell talks new album, new members and newer sound, with Rockaholic’s Sherri “So Very”

“Beautifully Brutal” – Supergroup HELLYEAH’s Tom Maxwell talks new album, new members and newer sound, with Rockaholic’s Sherri “So Very”

The just-dropped (June 10) album, Blood for Blood is the album that HELLYEAH – featuring Mudvayne’s Chad Gray on vocals, Pantera’s Vinnie Paul on drums and Nothingface’s Tom Maxwell on guitar – has always wanted to make. Maxwell, rocking one of his signature Wornstar hats, sat down with Rockaholic’s Sherri “So Very” after the band’s raging performance at Carolina Rebellion 2014, where he described the fourth studio effort as “Beautifully Brutal.” He says it allowed the band to be musically “uninhibited” and break out of a party-metal pigeonhole. The guitarist,…