Submitted by Rob on Wed, 11/19/2014 - 10:20
Death From Above 1979 – “Trainwreck 1979” Monster Magnet – “No Paradise for Me” Korn – “Hater” Dead Daisies – “Angel In Your Eyes” Five Finger Death Punch – “Wrong Side of Heaven” Ace Frehley – “Immortal Pleasures” Bush – “The Only Way Out” Kicking Harold – “Kill You” In This Moment – “Sick Like Me” A.Sinclair – “How Many Ways” Francisco The Man – “Big Ideas” Harts – “Red & Blue” Bass Drum of Death – “Electric” Judas Priest – “Dragonaut” Pop Evil – “Beautiful” Foo Fighters – “What Did I Do?/God As My Witness” Nickelback – “Get Em Up” Marilyn Manson – “Third Day of a Seven Day Binge” Angels And Airwaves - The Wolfpack Cold Fronts – “Hit Me” Slipknot – “The Devil In I” Read More
Submitted by Rob on Mon, 11/10/2014 - 10:55
AC/DC – “Play Ball” Linkin Park – “Rebellion” Death From Above 1979 – “Trainwreck 1979” The Smashing Pumpkins – “Being Beige” Foo Fighters – “Something From Nothing” Gerard Way – “No Shows” Black Keys – “Gotta Get Away” Chevelle – “An Island” Bush – “Man on The Run” Dreamers – “Wolves” Five Finger Death Punch – “Wrong Side of Heaven” Volbeat – “Doc Holiday” Empires – “How Good Does It Feel” Harts – “Red & Blue” Francisco The Man – “Big Ideas” Soundgarden – “Storm” Primus – “Golden Ticket” Godsmack – “Something Different” A.Sinclair – “How Many Ways” Pop Evil – “Beautiful” Ryan Adams – “Gimme Something Good” Sixx AM – “Stars” Pink Floyd – “Louder Than Words” The Afternoons - "Say Yes" Read More
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