Tag: Riot V
Taylor T. Carlson’s Best Rock and Roll of 2018!
…and we arrive at the end of another fantastic year of rock and roll here in Las Vegas. While I admit my concert attendance has somewhat dwindled (due in no small part to my film reviews, which are more frequent than ever) there is no denying this year has given us many fantastic releases and […]
Riot V – Armor of Light is Here!
In the late 70s, Riot came on the rock and metal scene on the East Coast of the United States. While the group never got quite the respect they deserved, their music retains a cult following throughout the world. The group eventually moved away from their early hard rock sound to more of a power […]
Riot – The Restless Breed Unleashes the Fire in Sin City!
Riot is one of the most criminally underrated hard rock bands of all time. Starting in New York in the latter half of the 1970s, the band had a unique breed of rock that won them many followers, particularly in Europe. The band’s early hard rock years with vocalists Guy Speranza and Rhett […]
Riot V – Unleash the Fire – Old School Riot Fans May Not Find This Quite What They Hoped
When Riot came on the scene out of New York in the latter half of the 1970s, they were a hard rock band with something all their own. Their sound ranked amongst the best of their era, though sadly, the band never got the proper recognition despite having phenomenal music to their name. Furthermore, […]