Aaron Willschick

Aaron Willschick

Editor, President (Toronto, ON, Canada)
- Hey all, I’ve been the President of PureGrainAudio since it started all the way back in the early spring of 2005. What started as a hobby to help expose myself to some new music has turned into pretty much a second job. I love rock music, particularly alternative and hard rock, but mostly I just love good music. It could be blues rock, acoustic, classic, it just has to be good!
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Undoubtedly, one of the most well respected rock musicians of the last fifteen years is the great Page Hamilton best known for his revolutionary work…
By on Jan 29, 2007
For quite some time now, one of the most consistent and awesome metal band producing scenes in the United States has been the state of Massachusetts.…
By on Jan 27, 2007
What’s in a band name? Although it’s open to interpretation about how likable a band name is let’s be honest, there are some great ones and some dow…
By on Jan 16, 2007

7.8 / 10

Figments [EP] (2007)
By on Jan 16, 2007
For reasons unbeknownst to me, when I hear or see the name Soilwork, it always seems to emit elaborate mental visions. For instance, the name produc…
By on Dec 19, 2006
The four above adjectives could be used to describe just about any punk rock band from the Sex Pistols to Green Day to Rancid, but these words actual…
By on Dec 13, 2006
One of the most perplexing questions that critics, fans and record executives have all pondered for decades is who’s going to make it big in the main…
By on Nov 27, 2006
One of the most original band names you’ll probably ever hear is the name Dry Kill Logic. Named after, of all things, an effects processor, Dry Kill…
By on Nov 27, 2006
One of the few survivors of the nu metal, rap/rock movement of the turn of the century is California’s own Papa Roach. At a time, the band was one o…
By on Nov 17, 2006
It’s a strange phenomenon, but there seems to be something special about bands that only stay together for a short span. Take for instance The Beatl…
By on Nov 15, 2006
One of the fastest growing metal bands in all of the United States is Mastodon. Mastodon is a group of four guys who play some very hard progressive…
By on Oct 30, 2006
Within the world of popular music, there’s no telling what’s going to be the next big thing. This holds true for musical acts from all different gen…
By on Oct 25, 2006

7.5 / 10

Not For You (2006)
By on Oct 23, 2006
From the southern sunshine of North Carolina comes the rock group known as Crossfade. In their brief history, Crossfade have endured much adversity,…
By on Oct 14, 2006
Following in the footsteps of bands such as Audioslave and Velvet Revolver comes alternative rock's next supergroup, Army of Anyone. Army of Anyone…
By on Oct 06, 2006
Historians, music scholars and even normal, everyday people often like to debate about who is truly responsible for creating rock and roll music. So…
By on Oct 03, 2006
It’s been quite a while since the world saw the renaissance of rock and roll in its most down and dirty form. Back in the 1970s, bands such as Led Z…
By on Sep 27, 2006
Rather than stumble in the face of adversity after the departure of their lead singer, Mushroomhead are back and armed with a new album and a new co-…
By on Sep 27, 2006
One disturbing trend that has arisen over the last decade or so in the music industry is the gross amount of rock bands (and pop acts) that sound the…
By on Sep 20, 2006
While Kentucky might mostly be known for its derbies and fried chicken, it’s also quite a breeding ground for new music and new bands such as the gro…
By on Sep 18, 2006

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