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!
You Could Have it So Much Better (2005)
On the night of his most recent stop in Toronto, former Econoline Crush frontman, Trevor Hurst, sat down to chat with Aaron Willschick to discuss the forming of his new band, Hurst, the end of Econoline Crush, the new album among other things.
Yet another stable of the nu-metal era in alternative rock is back with a new release. Following in the footsteps of recent releases from bands such as Limp Bizkit and Papa Roach, Disturbed is back with 10000 Fists, the band’s third proper studio release. In its over five year existence, Disturbed have established themselves as one…
If you’ve been a fan of Canadian new rock over the last ten years then you are bound to remember the band Econoline Crush. The Vancouver based band formed in the early 1990s in Seattle, Washington when the eventual lead singer Trevor Hurst answered an ad for a new band in a local newspaper. After the band formed, Hurst and his four bandmates uprooted...
Beautiful Disorder (2005)
While the first half of Get Behind Me Satan is quite respectable, the second half of the CD is just about as strong.
In Your Honor (Disc 2) (2005)
Audioslave have sure beaten the odds. The rock supergroup (featuring three members of Rage Against the Machine and Soundgarden lead singer Chris Cornell) almost didn’t get off the ground because of record label and management issues over three years ago. Then, after the band persevered to record an awesome and…
After the demise of Rage Against the Machine in 2000, Southern California metal band System of a Down essentially inherited the status of the most political band in mainstream alternative rock.
Lullabies to Paralyze (2005)