This is a twist. I’m writing something besides music. I don’t leave music very often, but here I go. This year , I went on a family vacation to North Carolina. We were on the beach for two weeks. We did new stuff like my brother tried hang gliding and I took surf lessons. We […]Read More The Waves Of Life
Right now, I’m breaking from reviewing music. Now I’m breaking the news. Thousand Foot Krutch (Better known as TFK) released a clip of a new song called “Born Again”. Now, yes, it’s a clip, but I’m freaking about it. I was a little dissatisfied with Oxygen:Inhale. It wasn’t TFK’s normal heavy sound. But… Even though […]Read More New Music From TFK??!
Tonight I’m reviewing Flyleaf’s self-titled album from 2005. It’s probably my second favorite Flyleaf album, behind Memento Mori. I would also like to dedicate this review to my best friend Ellie. My dear bestie and I have known each other for close to ten years. We agree on a lot of things. Except music. Which, now […]Read More Album Review: Flyleaf
Tonight I’m writing a review for the 1981 film, Mommy Dearest. My mother and I had a girls shopping day, followed by movie night on Halloween. As normal, we struggled to find a movie to watch. My mother searched and searched, and I quipped in with my stupid ideas. “The Shining! Friday The 13th! Halloween! […]Read More Movie Review: Mommy Dearest
Today, my album review is Red’s first album, End Of Silence. It only seemed fitting since that’s where I got my blog name. End Of Silence was released on June 6, 2006, through Essential Records and End Of Silence: Deluxe Edition was released on November 13. 2007. Michael Barnes did lead vocals & Background Vocals, […]Read More Album Review: End Of Silence