RockReviews brings you the latest music reviews of rock and its subgenres. Albums are not only reviewed by their musical merits but also rated by their production. For a while RR is on hiatus - stay tuned for the launch of new site on last quarter of 2012!

Music CD/DVD reviews:

Artist: Album:
Rating (0-10):
Almana ShchoraPhantom Pain (2010) [ CD ]
8.0
Against The PlaguesDecoding The Mainframe (2010) [ CD ]
8.5
ExodusExhibit B: The Human Condition (2010) [ CD ]
9.0
EversinDivina Distopia (2010) [ CD ]
8.0
MortemiaMisere Mortem (2010) [ CD ]
8.0

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Two latest interviews:

Thomas S. Englund (Evergrey) [March, 2011]
Al Pitrelli (Trans-Siberian Orchestra) [April, 2010]

Featured music software review:

EZDrummer - Multi Layer Drum Sampler [November 9th, 2006]

Find the latest music CD's at 101cd and browse through a collection of genres that suit you.


NEWS (regarding rockreviews.org):

[July, 2006]
YubNub commands for RockReviews have been chosen:

rra = artist search
rrt = cd/dvd title search
rry = year search
rrs = song search
rrl = line-up search
rrg = music genre search
rrc = record company/label search
rrp = producer search
rre = mixing engineer search
rrm = mastering engineer search

You can try them out at YubNub.org. For example, all progressive metal reviews can be found with the following command: rrg progressive metal

[April, 2006]
We've launched a new section where we feature reviews of music software (mainly plugins, VST, VSTi, DX, DXi) every now and then. We'll usually provide sample mp3 files available for download so you can audition the software. We've also formed a section where all the contests and their respective winners are announced (participation to these giveaways is naturally free).

[February, 2005]
There's a stripped-down version of RockReviews now available for users with handheld computers (PDA) and mobile phones with web browsing capability. It's called Rough.RockReviews
For the most part, it has the same content as on the main site, though not all sections are included. Every CD and DVD review of music and music videos related to rock and metal can be found there, but software reviews aren't included (so be sure to continue visiting the main site as well).

[Updated on June, 2006/February, 2005]
RockReviews has now an RSS feed http://www.rockreviews.org/rss.php. We recommend using FireFox browser, in order to take the full advantage of this feature. You can click the orange icon on the right corner of the status bar to add a live bookmark. Afterwards you'll be able to check the 10 latest music reviews from the bookmark directly. Quite convenient ;)
Due to Your wishes, we've now updated the feed to show genre on the feed title.

[Miscellaneous Music Industry News]
If you want to download and listen to songs in full length for free prelistening, check out the new electronic music store where you can listen to any song 3 times in full length. In addition to compressed OGG format, you can buy music also in lossless FLAC format there. You have to register to be able to download the prelistening versions (which are free), and to be able to buy songs/albums... It's at Mindawn.com. Please, use rc2f9f3k as a referral code, if you register there as an artist.