The Meaning in Makeup (2005)
Dear Diary, My Teen Angst Has a Bodycount (2004)
Us and Them, the latest album by Shinedown, has been pretty successful since its release. That could be for one of two reasons. It’s success is either because it’s a good CD, with solid songs and great lyrics – which it is – or that it sounds like somebody’s burned mix CD, featuring rock hits circa 2004/05 – which it does.
Descent into Chaos (2005)
Alive or Just Breathing (2005) [Special Edition]
The 2005 Trustkill record's release, Paradise, Found is the debut album of Hardcore/Rock ’n’ Roll band Fight Paris. The overall style and sound of Fight Paris is similar to that of Every Time I Die. The difference is Fight Paris is a little more Rock ‘n’ Roll, and therefore slightly less heavy.
Demanufacture (2005) [Special Edition]
Rikets... "Bent music from 7 guys from Ohio". Their debut EP is titled Anything for the Devil and the album was released this year on the new label Corporate Punishment Records. This band is made up of seven guys each of whom were members from several bands local to the Ohio area that have now all broken up.
The Ground Is Rushing Up To Meet Us (2004)
Beavis and Butt-Head will forever be immortalized in pop culture. I myself have been an avid Beavis and Butt-Head fan since the show first started. Its innovative and crude humor mixed with a different looking image, made it rather popular really fast. MTV is one of the world's biggest known television stations, and it was home to Beavis and Butt-Head for...
It’s a safe bet that unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past year, you’ve heard of the band The Arcade Fire. From music critics around the globe to musicians such as Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails, David Bowie and the members of Coldplay, The Arcade Fire has been hailed as the most interesting and innovative rock group to come along in years.