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LOW TWELVE – SPLATTER PATTERN (Review)

For over a decade, Illinois' LOW TWELVE have been hiding in the underground, emerging on occasion to share the stage with the likes of...

BLASPHEMOUS – BEARER OF THE DARKEST PLAGUES (Review)

If your darkened heart burns with the feverish desire for some new death metal that recalls the early 90's Florida scene, then BLASPHEMOUS has something for...

ANEW REVOLUTION – iMERICA (Review)

ANEW REVOLUTION released their latest album iMERICA last week via E1 Music, and after sitting on it for a week I'm still not sure...

DANZIG – DETH RED SABAOTH (Advance Review)

The thing about a DANZIG record that happens to be both beautiful, and problematic, is that every Danzig record sounds like a Danzig record. Regardless...

BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE – FEVER (Review)

Although the album has been out for a couple of weeks now, a copy of FEVER just arrived on my desk this past week. I have...

NITROMINDS – KILL EMO ALL (Review)

There's a good chance you've never heard of NITROMINDS. The Brazilian trio has been cranking out music with an old-school punk vibe since the...

STIGMA – CONCERTO FOR THE UNDEAD (Review)

Being a notorious fan of the horror genre, CONCERTO FOR THE UNDEAD by Italian metallers STIGMA intrigued me right away. You see, this entire album has...

ANCHORED – LISTEN TO THIS (Review)

There was a moment about thirty seconds into the first track on ANCHORED's LISTEN TO THIS when I realized something: If it's not already, "Dirty in...

CLUTCH – LIVE AT THE 9:30 CLUB (Archive Review)

Gather 'round the fire true believers, because right now you're about to hear a tale of a legendary beast from the land of Maryland....

DEAD COUNTRY – EP (Review)

Four songs are seldom enough to judge the overall quality of a band, but if the quartet presented on this EP is any indication...

PUNK GOES CLASSIC ROCK (Review)

A few weeks ago I took a look back at the past decade's worth of PUNK GOES... collections from FEARLESS RECORDS. If you missed...

SEASONS AFTER – THROUGH TOMORROW (Album Review)

THROUGH TOMORROW, the debut release from Kansas natives SEASONS AFTER has quickly risen to the top of my "surprising albums" of 2010 pile. Originally...

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