Top Music Video Countdown

Following a tradition of outside-the-box covers, Disturbed tackled Simon & Garfunkel’s classic “The Sound of Silence” for Immortalized. Rather than amplifying it, they went the other direction, tapping into Draiman’s classical training and Donegan’s knack for arrangement. With an orchestral expanse, acoustic leads, and chilling delivery, it’s unlike anything in the group’s catalog.

Haven sees symphonic metal masters Kamelot striving for new heights with their epic and highly emotional trademark sound: As if this album was meant to be a soundtrack for an unforgettable and monumental silver screen experience, it boasts dark melancholy, aggressive metal and soul-soothing melodies!

Here at Screenrave we have followed Jon Pruett for awhile and one conclusion easily comes to mind "This guy rocks any mic"! His band Next September is hard, heavy, poetic and deliver a masterful blend of powerhouse ballads (balanced on a razor's edge) with head bopping guitar rifts and beats.