Cult (Spitfire). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Split EP (My Pal God). Review by Troy Jewell.
Four Great Points (Quarterstick). Review by Andrew Chadwick
A contemporary, multi-band juggernaut headlined by modern rock poster boys, Hinder, recently besieged Orlando, Florida. Despite a torrential downpour, approximately 1,500 enthusiactic fans, our own Christopher Long included, experienced one of the first big shows of the new year.
In an extremely rare occurrence, not only did Stormtroopers Of Death (S.O.D.) actually put out an album last year, they even went on tour to support it! Now Kill Yourself + The Movie is out as a document of the momentous occasion, and David Lee Beowulf cranks it up to 11.
Matt Kindt’s new graphic novel recaptures the shadowy espionage of World War II. Carl F Gauze knows thirteen ways to kill you if you happen to glance at him talking into his shoe.
Livid and Loving It (Daemon). Review by Phil Bailey
Whips (Music Fellowship). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Various Artists (Side One Dummy). Review by Julio Diaz.
While still best known in the States as the frontwoman for the critically acclaimed metal act Warlock, Doro Pesch (or just Doro, professionally) has had a thriving solo career in Europe. Now, after eight years abroad, she has a new album, Calling The Wild, out in the U.S. Cindy Harper caught up with the metal goddess on the eve of her tour supporting Dio and Yngwie Malmsteen.
Piece and Love (Invisible). Review by Nirav Soni
Jiro’s well known sushi restaurant is in a Tokyo subway station, has ten seats, a bathroom off premises and three Michelin stars.