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Let's just say that at the very least, 2005 was an extremely eventful and busy year for Canadian rockers Theory of a Deadman. After releasing their s…
By on Feb 28, 2006
Hailing from Brampton, Ontario, The Junction consists of Brent Jackson (guitar/vocals), Matt Jameson (bass), and Mike Taylor (drums). The band’s name…
By on Feb 24, 2006
2006 is a huge year for Silverstein. They wrapped up a European tour with Simple Plan in February, then they were off on the Take Action! tour, and n…
By on Feb 18, 2006
Hailing from South Wales in the United Kingdom, Skindred is slowly infecting the musical minds of thousands of people around the globe. This quartet…
By on Feb 15, 2006
Having come together in Burlington in 2000, the guys from Silverstein have made quite a name for themselves. After just six years, these guys are alr…
By on Feb 09, 2006
If you’ve not yet heard of Scandinavian Death Metalers Amon Amarth, then you are truly missing out on some damn good shit. In a day and age when musi…
By on Jan 31, 2006
In a lengthy, candid, and exclusive interview, Ill Niño frontman Cristian Machado bares his very soul in answering questions pertaining to the band’s…
By on Jan 17, 2006
Other than being the phrase that philosopher/economist Karl Marx is probably best known for, Opiate For The Masses, is now also the name of a relativ…
By on Jan 12, 2006
Right out of the warm sunny climate and rock band breeding ground of Orange County, California comes the Christian rock four piece known as Project 8…
By on Jan 08, 2006
Formerly The Stiffs, Dead Letter Dept. consists of Rob Moir (guitar/vocals), Mike Leblanc (drums/vocals), Steven De Silva (guitar/keyboards), and mos…
By on Jan 04, 2006
Straight out of the rock and roll capital of the United States comes the alternative rock four piece known as Prism Theory. The band has only been ar…
By on Dec 19, 2005
From First to Last is a band whose name might make you think of a downward spiral, but in all honesty, for this group nothing could be farther from t…
By on Dec 15, 2005
When bands are on the road for long periods of time it’s normal that after a while the musicians themselves will succumb to fatigue. Screw that… they…
By on Dec 10, 2005
After the release of the their debut self titled album, Strata spent a very busy year touring across North America, shooting music videos, and doing…
By on Dec 06, 2005
One of the hardest working Canadian bands in 2005 has been Winnipeg, Manitoba’s Hurst. The band is led by former Econoline Crush leader Trevor Hurst…
By on Dec 03, 2005
It was certainly sad news when 40 Below Summer announced that they would be disbanding, nevertheless any feelings of suicide and depression were almo…
By on Nov 29, 2005
Right from the mid-west of the United States, St. Louis punk/pop five piece Ludo has recently began to cause quite a stir in the punk rock world. Th…
By on Nov 26, 2005
Toronto, Ontario's Metal Heavyweights are back! No Assembly Required are currently in the studio working on their new album that will be titled "The…
By on Nov 23, 2005
Alaskan born and bred, 36 Crazyfists have made quite a big name for themselves. The band has toured all over the world and already played alongside…
By on Nov 20, 2005
There is absolutely nothing dead about Death by Stereo. In fact, with the release of the band’s fourth full-length disc entitled Death for Life, the…
By on Nov 17, 2005

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