Kanawha – The Sky Was The First To Fall Review

While a good portion of my reviews lean toward the fuzzy and riff-laden corner of the rock/metal spectrum, I don't think I've actually covered a straight-up hard rock album yet. Well not until now anyways. Hailing from Reno, Nevada, Kanawha barrelled their way past the armed guards of Burnt Coffee HQ to present us with … Continue reading Kanawha – The Sky Was The First To Fall Review

Egor Lappo – Make the Sun Shine More EP Review

If you've been following us since we first established Burnt Coffee Inc. about a year ago, you may already be familiar with the name Egor Lappo. The man's release schedule is incredibly consistent. His debut album Way Without Light came out in July 2018, followed by his second album Azimuth (which we reviewed) in August … Continue reading Egor Lappo – Make the Sun Shine More EP Review

The Espresso: a quick review of The Keystones’ new single “WLVS”

Despite the name, The Keystones are not from Pennsylvania, rather, they're a garage rock band from Waukesha, Wisconsin. They're preparing for a Spring EP list, and have a new single "WLVS" coming out February 24th.The song's main riff is killer. You could almost mistake it for a Rage Against the Machine riff, but it's used … Continue reading The Espresso: a quick review of The Keystones’ new single “WLVS”

Howling Giant – The Space Between Worlds Review

If you've had your ear to the ground, you're probably aware that there's a renaissance happening in stoner/doom metal. Pallbearer and Khemmis are the kings of melodic doom, Elder are the masters of all things prog and psych, and Spirit Adrift have recently taken the underground by storm with their latest album. With the release … Continue reading Howling Giant – The Space Between Worlds Review

Weezer – Black Album Review

Wowee, everyone - This is a bad one! Weezer’s Black Album is another chapter in the band’s nosedive into lousy music.  The Black Album follows Pacific Daydream, the band’s last project of original music.  Pacific Daydream was completely devoid of any real power behind its tracks, amounting to a very bland and very safe record. … Continue reading Weezer – Black Album Review