Tag: Jeff Loomis

Feb 02

Schecter Guitars at NAMM 2016

Schecter guitars have been a stronghold in the guitar world during the last 40 years, what started as a pick ups manufacturing company and is now one of the most re-known guitar brands in the world. Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Jun 25

Jeff Loomis of Conquering Dystopia talks about touring and writing music.

We still trying to wrap our heads about the amazing show that Conquering Dystopia delivered last Friday here in Mesa, AZ. I remembered talking with Jeff Loomis and Keith Merrow last January before their début show at the Schecter NAMM party in Anaheim, CA. At the time their material was unknown, so their live performance was regarded as …

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Jan 31

Jeff Loomis & Keith Merrow of Conquering Dystopia talked with The Age Of Metal

I have seen Jeff Loomis shred on his own a couple times, and I could describe that as a hypnotic experience, but seen Jeff Loomis, Keith Merrow, Alex Webster, and Alex Rüdinger performing live as Conquering Dystopia that was just pure witchery. Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Dec 28

Miguel’s Top 15 Albums of 2012

  2012 indeed was a great year for metal music. Great bands returned to the spotlight, others put a great effort of make something creative and different. I had great difficulty making this list, it were many great records that were left out that I enjoyed over the course of this year, but i have …

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Apr 11

Interview with Jeff Loomis

Talk about Jeff Loomis is talk about one of the greatest guitar players of the 21st century, If the 80’s belonged to Yngwie Malmsteen and Randy Rhoads, and the 90’s were rule by Zack Wylde and Tom Morello, Is not doubt these decade belong to Jeff Loomis. After make a his mark in music with Nevermore, …

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Apr 10

Jeff Loomis – Plains of Oblivion (2012)

In 2012 guitarist virtuoso Jeff Loomis has released his newest solo album Plains of Oblivion. Jeff Loomis was once an intricate part of Nevermore, but back in 2011 he among Van Williams left Nevermore citing musical differences. With Plains of Oblivion it seems that Jeff Loomis has created a powerful album with the help of …

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Apr 22

The quitting months

It seems that the months of April and May are not good for metal music, last year Peter Steele, Ronnie James Dio & Peter Gray died and left the metal scene in sorrow and pain. now during this week Matt LaPorte guitarist of Jon Olivia’s Pain died in his home, not cause of dead have …

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