SCENE: A high school music room in Sydney, Australia, 1997. Boy (Shimon Moore) meets Girl (Emma Anzai). Girl asks Boy if he knows any songs by the likes of Silverchair, RATM, Green Day. Boy says yeah. Boy and Girl began to jam, found a drummer (Chris Mileski, later replaced by Mark Goodman), and started writing songs. Hence, Sick Puppies was born.
The Lightning EP (06.01.2009)
Time Again has since shared the stage with punk legends Circle Jerks, Adolescents, Social Distortion, TSOL, and Rancid.
Heights of the Heavens (03.14.2008)
what's The Skinny? here's the deal. There are SO many sick bands out there that just don't get enough love. Well, with The Skinny, that's all going to change. We have taken it upon ourselves to get together and bust out a list once a month where we tell you about a handful of sick-ass bands that we feel NEED to be heard.
As a long time reader of Decibel Magazine, I was quite enthused to find a copy of this book in my mailbox. The stories contained inside the book are intimate insights into the recording and making of some of the most influential and groundbreaking records in the Extreme Metal world. It would seem that there would be an endless list of bands to include...
Carving Out the Eyes of God (06.23.2009)
Walking Into Nightmares (05.19.2009)
The Greatest Of All Lost Arts (07.08.2008)
From the very first track, modern rock band Luna Halo's American Recordings, self-titled debut, has a radio single feel written all over it. It is easy to envision many of these tunes being heard on modern rock stations across the country. This is a high-energy rock album and is packed with well-written, well-produced…
While many people opt for the more traditional morning church or dinner with family, some carpool out to South Street for the Philadelphia annual Zombie Crawl. The Zombie Crawl is a pub crawl which takes place every Easter. People dress up in full zombie make-up and costume, and hop from bar to bar--while scaring the general public of course.
Versus The Bear [EP] (12.16.2008)
N7: Neutral Grey (01.01.2007)
Fans of this genre or those with an inclination for the darker side of things will probably really dig this.
Experimental deathcore act Arsonists Get All The Girls have whipped up quite the aural beatdown in their latest release, Portals. These eleven tracks find the band borrowing from all shapes and forms of heavy music for a pulsating record that doesn't let up too often - and that's a good thing. While I'd never consider deathcore to be my kind of thing, there are some undeniably awesome tracks found throughout this release with just the right amount of balls-out heaviness combined with well-placed programming and smooth synth leads for contrast.
War Without Witness [EP] (06.06.2009)