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KYNG’S NEW ALBUM MORE MELODIC, BUT HEAVY FOR THE EARS

Photo by Stephanie Cabral Southern California rock band vocalist and guitarist KYNG’s Eddie Velez says his group’s latest album is heavier than their debut. In an interview with The Roman Show, Velez said “Burn the Serum” brings a lot of melody to the table. Purchase album here. “It’s a funny thing because we got really melodic with it,” he said. ... Read More »

David Koonce talks new Within Reason album and new single

In anticipation of their latest single, “Enemy” Within Reason’s bassist David Koonce said he is excited that his band will release the track to the public. The Roman Show’s host Rodolfo Roman had a chance to interview him after his band’s performance at Fort Rock Festival in Fort Myers, Fl. “Enemy is a single after our last album,” he said. ... Read More »

LACUNA COIL TALKS EUROPEAN METAL AND BROKEN CROWN HALO

Just a few months after their latest album “Broken Crown Halo” Italian rock band Lacuna Coil says their latest project is their “darkest” one of their career. In an exclusive interview with The Roman Show at Monster’s Fort Rock Festival, singers Cristina Scabbia and Andrea Ferro joined the show’s host Rodolfo Roman for a sit-down one-on-one interview after an incredible ... Read More »

NOTHING MORE’S NEW ALBUM CULMINATES ROUGH PERIOD

Photo Courtesy of Nothing More With days left before Monsters Energy’s Fort Rock, South Florida’s biggest rock festival, Nothing More’s Jonny Hawkins stopped by to chat with The Roman Show and says fans can expect only the best from the band. “They can expect us to give 110 percent,” he said. “We will throw everything. We give a lot of ... Read More »

Rob Zombie and Korn invade Southwest Florida for Monster Energy’s Fort Rock

Monster Energy’s Fort Rock—Southwest Florida’s biggest rock festival—returns to JetBlue Park in Fort Myers, Florida for its second year on Saturday, April 26 with a stellar rock lineup featuring co-headlining superstars Korn, Rob Zombie, and Five Finger Death Punch, along with Seether, Theory of a Deadman, Black Stone Cherry, Sick Puppies, Trivium, Skindred, The Pretty Reckless, KYNG, Nothing More, Twelve ... Read More »