Christopher Gonda

Christopher Gonda

Publisher, CEO (Toronto, ON, Canada)
- One day back in 2005, I got drunk with a friend and we decided to stop working on our then-active socio-political website, but continue to do something in the world of web. Heavy music was one of our common interests and within a few months, PureGrainAudio was born. What began as a hobby has grown into way more than we could have ever expected. Now, all we want is global media domination. Full stop.
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Zane Brammell

Photographer/Writer (Nicholasville, KY, Canada)
- Zane’s devoted interest in music began at an early age. Surrounded by music fans of different eras, he was raised on a variety of genres from classic rock n roll, to pop, to metal. A fascination with a lifestyle in music developed, and as he grew up (and out), it eventually blossomed into what would become a short music career in his hometown Lexington, KY scene before ultimately deciding to focus on his other passion: photography. With a love of music and an itch to shoot, it only made sense to combine the two. (He still plays guitar and will ALWAYS be the first to join in if you need someone to shittily mumble their way through “Wonderwall.”) You can catch him sipping drinks at a show before the next band goes on, or you’ll find him at home watching The Office with his wife Haley, and their son, Jude.
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Myke Harrison is an extremely talented Canadian musician currently residing in Toronto, Ontario. Having spent almost his entire life impressed in mus…
By on Aug 17, 2005
Unbeknownst to many people, one of the hottest and fastest rising new rock acts in Canada is a five piece band by the name of Tupelo Honey. Unfortu…
By on Aug 15, 2005
As you lay there on the piping hot sand just a few metres away from the calm sparkling ocean, the sun’s beautiful rays wrap your body in a tingling b…
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8.2 / 10

Self-Titled [EP] (2004)
By on Jul 28, 2005

7.5 / 10

Self-Titled [EP] (2002)
By on Jul 27, 2005
Like the sound of a skateboard’s trucks grinding on a metal rail or the deck’s wood scraping against the concrete, Camp Kill Yourself’s sound has alw…
By on Jul 26, 2005
Have you ever awoken from a dream that was so frighteningly vivid, that you seriously questioned whether you were ever really asleep at all? As your…
By on Jul 12, 2005
The United Kingdom has long since been home to innumerable talented rock music acts, many of which have achieved world renowned acclaim. With groups…
By on Jul 08, 2005

10 / 10

For reasons unbeknownst to me, when people think of Sweden, they generally envision blonde-haired, blue-eyed people who are rather mild-mannered and…
By on Jul 01, 2005
You have the ice-cold metallic barrel of a gun pressed against your head. The nervous sweat and crocodile tears are streaming down your face. And t…
By on Jun 12, 2005

9.6 / 10

There have been many talented new acts to emerge within the past year, but of them all, one of the most ferocious, multi-faceted, and enormously-tale…
By on Jun 09, 2005

8.5 / 10

We Are Not Alone (2004)
By on May 23, 2005
Any band who signs a contract with a major record label only to have their disc sitting on a shelf for over a year is bound to feel like crap. Hones…
By on May 20, 2005

8.2 / 10

Self-Titled (2004)
By on May 09, 2005

8.6 / 10

The Unquestionable Truth - Part 1 (2005)
By on May 04, 2005

8.3 / 10

Ah, the sweet sound of good new music! It is the auditory equivalent of waking up to the smell of frying bacon and fresh brewing coffee – a great way…
By on May 03, 2005
If you are a fan of metal at all, then by now you have heard (or at least heard of) Killswitch Engage. You might also have known that in 2003, short…
By on May 02, 2005

8.1 / 10

XIII (2003)
By on Apr 30, 2005

8.8 / 10

Babylon (2004)
By on Apr 26, 2005

8.2 / 10

American Head Charge are back with a magnificently vigorous third full-length album entitled: “The Feeding”. This disc offers an incredible array of…
By on Apr 22, 2005


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