ALL Reviews

9.0: Live (2005)
on Dec 23, 2005
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.
on Dec 16, 2005
The Ground Is Rushing Up To Meet Us (2004)
on Dec 15, 2005
Funeral (2004)
on Dec 13, 2005
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...
on Dec 11, 2005
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.
on Dec 08, 2005
Are You Dead Yet? (2005)
on Dec 07, 2005
Feel Like Hell (2005)
on Dec 01, 2005
Misanthrope [EP] (2005)
on Nov 30, 2005
Blissful Ignorance (2005)
on Nov 22, 2005
Avenged Sevenfold, or as their fans call them, A7X is a band that says they want to save Metal. World domination is what they strive for, and with an album like City of Evil, they are sure to start blowing up all over the air waves. Their last album Waking The Fallen was nothing short of genius. Then they bring us the much awaited…
on Nov 17, 2005
Ill Niño have a very distinguished sound. Tribal elements, with heavy pounding drums, and melodically structured vocals and guitar make Ill Niño a band that makes people flock to them. Rather then try to sound like every other band, Ill Niño distance them self far apart from every band in their genre.
on Nov 17, 2005
Venting (2005)
on Nov 17, 2005
This is HIM’s (His Infernal Majesty) first domestic release, after a successful run in Scandinavia that began with 1997’s Greatest Lovesongs, Vol. 666. This album is, in a word, garbage. Or, as the French would say, 'garbage'. Now, that's not to say it's a terrible album - it could be that the sugary hooks and cookie-cutter 'goth-ish' lyrics are masterfully crafted to be just so. It’s just sort of pulpy and very simple. Certainly, a ton of people out there are totally going to be down with this album. But in giving it the requisite few spins on my iPod, I found myself deciding to mercifully stop listening to it so that I wouldn't be too harsh in the review (I was starting to hate it). I just can't stomach it, but there probably are many who can and I suppose it's worth checking out, if you're into very self-indulgent, miserable music, albeit with fun melodies and dramatic power chords.
on Nov 16, 2005
Transgression (2005)
on Nov 16, 2005
On the surface, Australia's Parkway Drive could be easily dismissed as yet another band on the Metalcore bandwagon. They have all the required ingredients; throaty vocals, Swedish riffs, blast beats, breakdowns… you get the idea. But the thing that separates Parkway Drive from the rest of the pack is the passion, aggression, and…
on Nov 14, 2005
Remember all of those punk/pop sounding bands that began to surface like mad after Blink 182 started to make a name for themselves towards the end of 1999? There was of course Simple Plan, Sum 41 and Yellowcard among others, but a band that would definitely fall into this genre that you might not know about is the…
on Nov 13, 2005
The War Within (2004)
on Nov 13, 2005
Trinity (2005)
on Nov 02, 2005
In most instances three years is not a heck of a lot of time for a band to form, record two records, and get signed to a major record label. Nevertheless, a Tennessee based quartet of zealous young musicians known as 10 Years, have seemingly crammed a decade’s worth of experience and musical maturity into a short but intense three year span.
on Oct 31, 2005


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