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MAROON 5 – SONGS ABOUT JANE 10th Anniversary Edition (Album Review)

Has it been 10 years already? It's hard to imagine, but I guess it has. When MAROON 5 first burst onto the scene with...

Melvins Lite – FREAK PUKE (Album Review)

It's not the thunderous twin-drummer assault that the MELVINS have been bringing for the past few years, but MELVINS LITE (Guitarist Buzz Osborne, Drummer...

ROCK OF AGES (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Review)

It's jarring to hear a shortened arrangement of GUNS N' ROSES ''Paradise City'' with vocals performed by Tom Cruise without visual accompaniment. That was...

OTHERWISE – TRUE LOVE NEVER DIES (Album Review)

Having caught their recent video for 'Soldiers,' Las Vegas band OTHERWISE wasn't exactly at the top of my 'must-listen' list. But, after a special...

KILL DEVIL HILL – “Self-titled” (Album Review)

Well here's a surprise: the self-titled debut album from KILL DEVIL HILL is a pretty good record. In all honesty, I wasn't expecting much....

NO ROOM FOR ROCKSTARS – The Vans Warped Tour (DVD Review)

It's been nearly 20 years since the VANS WARPED TOUR first rocked stages across North America, and in that time a number of video...

G TOM MAC – Untame the Songs (Album Review)

Vampires have been very good to G TOM MAC over the years. With the cult status of his LOST BOYS anthem Cry Little Sister...

PRONG – CARVED INTO STONE (Album Review)

''I hate nostalgia,'' declares PRONG frontman Tommy Victor when discussing CARVED INTO STONE, the eighth full-length studio album to bear the band's name. ''But this...

MINISTRY – RELAPSE (Album Review)

Originally Published January 22, 2012 on Kik Axe Music.It's been nearly four years since MINISTRY performed what were then touted as their ''final'' live shows. Always...

MINISTRY – RELAPSE (Advance Album Review)

It's been nearly four years since MINISTRY performed what were then touted as their ''final'' live shows. Always a skeptic when it comes to bands calling...

UNDERWORLD: AWAKENING (Soundtrack Review)

As a big fan of Vampires and Werewolves, I've long held the UNDERWORLD films as franchise that serves as a hearty slap in the face to...

BLACK TAXI – WE DON’T KNOW ANY BETTER (Album Review)

Bursting with both familiarity and freshness, WE DON'T KNOW ANY BETTER (out Jan. 14) marks the second full-length offering from Brooklyn quartet BLACK TAXI. There's a solid...

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