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THE FAMINE – ARCHITECTS OF GUILT (Advance Album Review)

With ARCHITECTS OF GUILT, their second album for Solid State Records (out Feb 15, 2001), Texas-based THE FAMINE have created a prime example of...

THOMAS GILES – PULSE (Album Review)

THOMAS GILES' PULSE (out February 1, 2011 via Metal Blade) is a curious record, a nearly unclassifiable sonic oddity. The latest solo effort from...

Motörhead – The Wörld is Yours (Album Review)

In life there's certain things that are consistent, staying the same for better or for worse. The same goes for rock, and for the...

TESTAMENT – LIVE AT THE FILLMORE (2011 Remaster, Review)

With thrash metal in the midst of a resurgence these past few years, it's no wonder that some of the original heroes from the...

CROWBAR – SEVER THE WICKED HAND (Advance Album Review)

It's been six years since the release of CROWBAR's last studio album, and now with SEVER THE WICKED HAND (out February 8, 2011 via eOne Music)...

DEICIDE – TO HELL WITH GOD (Advance Album Review)

There's a lot to be said about persistence and sticking to one's guns, and in that you have to credit GLEN BENTON of DEICIDE...

LESS THAN JAKE – TV EP (Review)

Florida ska-punkers LESS THAN JAKE have a long history of bringing some light-hearted humor into their music, and that same attitude takes center stage...

THE DAMNED THINGS – IRONICLAST (Album Review)

If you've ever wondered what a big 70's rock record would sound like created in the here and now, THE DAMNED THINGS are worth...

THE AQUABATS! | HI-FIVE SOUP! (Album Review)

Those high-flying superheroes from Aquabania are back. Indeed, the legend is true, THE AQUABATS! have returned with a new album called HI-FIVE SOUP!, released this...

DR. ACULA – SLANDER (Album Review)

I've said it before and I'll say it again: DR. ACULA is an acquired taste. Think Cannibal Corpse being fondled by Mr. Bungle while...

NINE INCH NAILS – PRETTY HATE MACHINE (2010 Remaster) Review

TRENT REZNOR aka NINE INCH NAILS has never sounded better, as evident in the recent reissue of his 1989 debut PRETTY HATE MACHINE. Released...

TOUCH AND GO: The Complete Hardcore Punk Fanzine ’79-’83 (Book Review)

Long before the internet made it possible for assholes like myself to have an outlet to instantly publish and propagate our thoughts and opinions,...

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