Sleepless Nights & City Lights (03.17.2009)
Saurian Exorcisms (04.14.2009)
what's The Skinny? here's the deal. There are SO many sick bands out there that just don't get enough love. Well, with The Skinny, that's all going to change. We have taken it upon ourselves to get together and bust out a list once a month where we tell you about a handful of sick-ass bands that we feel NEED to be heard.
The New Game (11.18.2008)
In This Life (07.15.2008)
The Prodigy are back with their 5th studio album entitled Invaders Must Die. Their steady decline in popularity has been said to have stopped with this new album probably because it’s the first time since 1997’s The Fat of the Land that all three members, Keith Flint, Liam Howlett and Maxim Reality have all taken part in making an album. This point is crucial as this record really is The Prodigy’s last chance to show that they are still relevant in today’s rave genre. The previous album Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned written solely by Liam was very poor in comparison to the rest of the band's discography and many people started labeling the band as “past it”.
You can always enjoy a band that blogs, but what is even more amazing is when these very blogs are utterly random. Norwegian-based band Undomsuken, are possibly the most random bloggers on the face of this earth; you have to see it to believe it, so check it out here
. The group take to their blog to enlighten fans on not only the random happenings...
The Barnacle Cordious (03.17.2009)
According to the bands bio “Spawning The Nephilim embraces hell and wallows in it.” Dissonance and discordance abound on the newest release from Lord Mantis, Spawning The Nephilim. This disc is inexorably heavy and dishes out a brutal bludgeoning from beginning to end.
Duet All Night Long features two really fun bands rearranging some fun songs in a fun way, and what you get is a pleasant listen that never takes itself too seriously.
Being in this business we get to meet and party with a lot of bands, known and unknown, "Backstage" is a journal entry for these usually event-filled encounters.
Hold on tight and get ready for a ride you will not soon forget. The sophomore release, Depravity, from A Plea For Purging is an unbelievable record. This disc is tech-metal, mosh style crammed full of memorable moments. Depravity sees the band delivering an inspired and lethal dose of groove…
Bad Habit Romance (02.18.2009)
I Believe In America (01.27.2009)
Electric Revival (04.04.2009)
Self-Titled [EP] (01.27.2009)
The Darker Shades Of White (02.17.2009)