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Borracho Is Based On A True Story Says Lola Black

Lola Black Interviewed by The Roman Show Colorado’s Lola Black says their hit single Borracho is a true story. In an interview with The Roman Show at Monster Energy Fort Rock, the lead singer said their top hit Borracho is based on an actual take. “Borrachao is a true story. It was an epic bar fight, she said. “Tables were ... Read More »

Japan’s VAMPS Want To Bring J-Rock To The World

Photo By Rodolfo Roman President Barack Obama thanked Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe for the influences the Asian country has provided like anime and emoji’s. But rock fans can thank HYDE (L’Arc~en~Ciel) and K.A.Z (Oblivion Dust) of VAMPS for bringing Japanese rock, better known as J-Rock, to the United States. The band took a risk. Just a short time after ... Read More »

Night Demon Brings 80’s Metal To Miami

South Florida will take it back to the 1980’s of old school metal when Night Demon comes to town for the first time. The Southern California band hits Churchill’s Pub, 5501 NE Second Ave., in Miami at 9 p.m. May 14. For tickets, click here. Lead singer and bassist Jarvis joined The Roman Show to talk about what is expected ... Read More »

New Members But Same Breaking Benjamin

Photography by The Roman Show Staff Breaking Benjamin is back rocking the stage after the band had some setbacks. The Roman Show caught up with Breaking Benjamin at the Fort Rock Festival in Fort Myers. The band is back with new members minus the lead singer Ben Burnley, who remains. The Sooner or Later band is releasing their new album ... Read More »

Butcher Babies Are Going Back To Their Roots in New Album

Photography by The Roman Show Staff Butcher Babies fans don’t have to wait any longer for new music. While performing at the sold out annual Fort Rock Fest in Fort Myers, The Roman Show caught up with Butcher Babies front women Heidi Shepherd and Carla Harvey, who say the new album drops in the summer. See the interview, below. “In ... Read More »