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July 24, 2020

Earlier this week, The SoundChick teased an interview, plus an album review for Escape To What. This band is an upcoming industrial metal band, hailing from the UK. The SoundChick had the wonderful opportunity to speak with James Orez of the band. After the interview,...

July 21, 2020

 The SoundChick crushed another interview today with James of Escape To What. The interview, plus an album review, will be released this Friday (July 24). In addition to this, there are more reviews and a playlist update headed your way. Stay tuned and rock on, my dude...

July 20, 2020

Chester Bennington (1976-2017)

On this day three years ago, Linkin Park vocalist Chester Bennington committed suicide. He is gone, but his legacy to helping mental health lives on through 320 Changes Direction. Bennington vocalized his struggle with depression heavily w...

July 17, 2020

This was an exciting week for reviews on The SoundChick, with one album and two song reviews. Artists featured in these reviews are Kamikaze Zombie, Borderline Case, and Kittenhead. That's right folks, this week The SoundChick featured a bit of everything; hard rock, p...

July 14, 2020

Episode 49 on The Mosh Pit podcast is now available. This episode features Wes and AJ shooting some banter together, as well as The SoundChick taking on an interview solo with Clint Spain of Kamikaze Zombie. If you're into thrash metal or horror films, this is definite...

July 13, 2020

 If you like thrash metal or if you're a true horror fanatic, The SoundChick has a special interview for you. The Mosh Pit Podcast will feature The soundChick speaking with Clint Spain of Kamikaze Zombie on tomorrow's episode. Kamikaze Zombie is a "horror crossover" ba...

July 10, 2020

That's right, folks. Wes Everett of The Mosh Pit podcast interviewed The SoundChick for this week's release. The episode is now live and you can listen to the crazy life of The SoundChick here

July 9, 2020

Out of the several live streams watched throughout this pandemic, Suicide Silence's was by far the best. Right off the bat, you can tell that there was significant thought and care put into the process and layout of this show. Just to list a few perks, there's a chat b...

July 7, 2020

The band The Edge Of Reason covered My Chemical Romance's "I'm Not Okay (I Promise)" track. If you dig the original style and sound of My Chemical Romance, I would definitely go and check out this review for the track. The Edge Of Reason brings a post-hardcore style, c...

July 3, 2020

Hello trippy headbangers! Two more artist interviews are now available for you to listen to. If you enjoy rap or death metal, these are the interviews for you. The SoundChick had the lovely opportunity to speak with Nate The Martian and Nick Holmes of Bloodbath. You ca...

June 29, 2020

Take a look at Wasted Pretty's new press kit and Bandcamp page, as they mention The SoundChick and the interview with the band. Big shoutout to this band for doing so. 

If you haven't checked out this band already and live for punk music, definitely go check o...

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What are people saying about The SoundChick?

“I think it's great what you're doing. I'm on a podcast myself. It's really important to help out all of these unknown and unsigned bands. Just try to push them up and give them support, and encouragement. So, I'm all for this"

-James Orez, vocalist of Escape To What

"Thanks for the wicked review. I'm speechless."

-Adam Loback, vocalist of HIGHFRONT 

"Thank you so much. I really appreciate any support of my artists."

-James Moore, Independent Music Promotions

"I've worked with many people before, but nowhere near as talented or as professional as The SoundChick. If you're looking for an in-depth music reviewer, check her out. She knows her stuff, and if she doesn't, she'll research until she does."

-Wes Everett, host of The Mosh Pit podcast

"We can't say thanks enough for supporting 'Marty.'"

-Tony Ford, guitarist of Planet Waves