Like An Arrow – Blackberry Smoke

This is the first of the Colossus Guest Time Series. Some weeks will have one, some will have two, others will have none. At Colossus we are commited to be for the people and by the people! If you are interested in writing a review of your favorite album, DM us on Twitter at @music_colossus! You’ve heard this album before, just not these songs. And you’ve … Continue reading Like An Arrow – Blackberry Smoke

Never Mind The Bullocks, Here’s The Sex Pistols – The Sex Pistols

Released in 1977, Never Mind the Bullocks, Here’s the Sex Pistols is credited with igniting the punk era and inspiring countless artists to come along with the ride. My plan all week for this post was to choose an album that wasn’t one of my favorites, and I chose this album because I hate the Sex Pistols. Or so I thought… This is a very highly … Continue reading Never Mind The Bullocks, Here’s The Sex Pistols – The Sex Pistols

Beggar’s Banquet – The Rolling Stones

Hey, my name’s Drew, and I’ll be taking over Throwback Thursday for Heff. It took some thought to figure out which album would take my blogging virginity, and I decided I’d start out with a band that’s very special to me. This December marks the 50th anniversary of The Rolling Stone’s Beggars Banquet, the band’s ninth studio album. All Stones projects tend to reveal the … Continue reading Beggar’s Banquet – The Rolling Stones

Houses of the Holy – Led Zeppelin

I have been looking to review this album on Throwback Thursday all week long. Houses of the Holy is one of the most iconic pieces from Led Zeppelin. Released in 1973, it did not get very good reviews with Gordan Fletcher of Rolling Stone stating that it was, “one of the dullest and most confusing albums I’ve heard this year.” However, like a fine French wine, … Continue reading Houses of the Holy – Led Zeppelin

From The Fires – Greta Van Fleet

The pure talent of this band is special. Something is uniquely similar about them however so different that it is helping their sudden explosion into the rock scene. Lead singer Josh Kiszka, at the ripe age of 22, is already being compared to the legendary Robert Plant of Led Zeppelin. From The Fires, released in November as a double EP, is bringing that classic rock sound … Continue reading From The Fires – Greta Van Fleet