Mushroomhead is an Industrial Metal band that has been ruling the industrial scene for 16 years. That’s a long time for one band to still be together... and not be sick of each other. The band has an undeniable sound and their signature “X-Face” masks are masks that cannot be easily forgotten.
“Drink, Fight, Fuck, Salute.” These are the opening lines that set the tone for the rest of The American Nightmare, the brutal, in-your-face debut release from the Nebraska band, Dirtfedd. A combination of industrial rock and hardcore with a bit of swagger thrown in for good measure, this disc is full of aggression and…
The Alternative rock scene is filled with cookie-cutter, dime-a-dozen bands that seem to be writing almost formulaic tunes; that is about to change. With the release of their six song debut EP, The Static Seas, Alt-Rockers Throwing Color are well on their way to proving that they can stand out in a genre that has become increasingly packed with watered down, ordinary, run of the mill acts.
Chariots of Fire (06.13.2006)
Nightwish are a huge band that need no introduction. They are the most successful band to ever come from Finland and boast album sales with more then 6 digits. They have also been at this game for 11 years, so let's just cut right to the chase.
Genuine Sense Of Outrage (08.07.2007)
A tattooed New York Hardcore fan’s back with a Spartan-like warrior wielding a blood-stained sword graces the cover of this album. The album art is wicked and serves as a warning for the 14 explosive tracks which Warriors brings to the table.
Self-Titled (Spring 2009)
Wings Of Severance [EP] (10.02.2007)
Propulsive beats abound on the Bootleg EP the latest release from the East LA band, Funeral Party. A melding of super-catchy club and radio friendly tunes with great big hooks, these guys have fashioned a disc that is sure to keep the listener moving and grooving.
Evisceration Plague (02.03.2009)
Before the Goldrush (The Covers Project) (10.07.2008)
The Future Is Unwritten [DVD] (07.08.2008)
I pretty much like the ENTIRE album, which is very unusual for me. I usually find at least a couple of songs where I hit skip, but there's no filler to be found here; this is a must-have disc.
So It Begins (04.24.2007)
Live From Texas (06.24.2008)