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ATOM SMASH – LOVE IS IN THE MISSILE (Advance Review)

ATOM SMASH would like you to know that they are a rock band. From the cover art featuring a woman spread-eagle with angel wings...

STREET DOGS – Self-Titled (Advance Review)

On their self-titled fifth album, Boston's STREET DOGS bring a healthy dose of punk rock fury to the masses without showing the signs of...

STREET SWEEPER SOCIAL CLUB – GHETTO BLASTER EP (Review)

Just a year after the release of their acclaimed self-titled debut, STREET SWEEPER SOCIAL CLUB are back with the GHETTO BLASTER EP. The duo consisting...

NORMA JEAN – MERIDIONAL (Review)

On their fifth studio album and first from their new home, NORMA JEAN starts to expand upon their metalcore roots for an experience that...

TOADIES – FEELER (Advance Review)

It's almost wrong to call this an "advance" review, seeing that the bulk of the album was written back in 1997. With leaked versions...

PRODUCT OF HATE – THE UNHOLY MANIPULATOR EP (Review)

NOTE: As of 2011 - James is now managing Product of Hate. This review was written a year prior. Early last year I headed up...

AVENGED SEVENFOLD – NIGHTMARE (Advance Review)

Listening to AVENGED SEVENFOLD's NIGHTMARE, I can't help but think of the fabled story regarding AC/DC and their rebound from the death of original vocalist...

BUCKCHERRY – ALL NIGHT LONG (Advance Review)

Not long ago I was told that BUCKCHERRY was trying to take a "more positive" approach to their new album. Specifically, no "dirty words."...

MEGADETH – RUST IN PEACE LIVE (Advance Review)

It's been a big year for nostalgia all the way around. Between all the reunions and full-album performances happening these days, it's almost getting...

CHIMAIRA – COMING ALIVE CD/DVD (Review)

Cleveland's CHIMAIRA have come a long way since first hitting the national radar through an appearance on the short-lived USA series FARMCLUB.com in 1999....

INFECTIOUS GROOVES and CYCO MIKO’s Funk It Up & Punk It Up: Live In France ‘95 (Review)

INFECTIOUS GROOVES were the soundtrack for many nights of chaos and mischief in my high school years. In fact, there was one occasion where...

HELLYEAH – STAMPEDE (Review)

I wasn't impressed with the first outing by HELLYEAH, the rock Voltron comprised of lions from PANTERA, MUDVAYNE, and NOTHINGFACE.   On their second album, STAMPEDE (released this...

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