Cul-De-Sac (Universal). Review by Nick Plante.
Hit Man Dreams (Time Bomb). Review by Keith Bergman
May I Meet My Accuser (Imaginary Conflict). Review by Matthew Moyer.
It’s the perfect foreign film. Legible subtitles and a language you weren’t o…
There are seemingly millions of books on George W. Bush and the people who love him out there today, some of them funny, some sickeningly astonishing in their revelations. Ben Varkentine’s read a lot of them and frankly, he’s getting a little tired.
Connect: Live at Eddie’s Attic (Rate Records). Review by Jen Cray.
Jagged Junktion (Go-kart). Review by Stein Haukland.
In the Sign of the Ravens (Death/Invasion/Metal Blade). Review by David Lee Beowülf
In their first DVD release, Ozzy Osbourne’s long-time guitarist Zakk Wylde leads his Black Label Society into a sold-out show for their Detroit Chapter. Packed with extras, this DVD is a must-have for fans of BLS and anyone who loves raw, hard, rock-n-roll. Joe Frietze looks inside.
S D Green sits down (in front of a computer) and chats with (emails) White Denim bassist Steve Terebecki. What follows is a conversation about their new album Fits, opening for ABBA, and Thomas Jefferson. Kind of.
beat beat. heartbeat (StarTime International). Review by Troy Jewell.
Matt Sharp (In Music We Trust). Review by Tim Wardyn.