- Music Reviews
- January 22, 2021
Tell Me How You Feel. Review by James Mann.
Gravelled And Green (Nettwerk). Review by Kiran Aditham.
The Genocide Machine (Necropolis/Deathvomit). Review by Nathan T. Birk.
Flow (Thirsty Ear). Review by Nathan T. Birk.
Though they went unheralded nationally, The Swimming Pool Q’s were one of Atlanta’s most beloved and acclaimed bands 20 years ago. Now their debut album, The Deep End, has been reissued, and James Mann puts the expanded album — and the Atlanta "scene" — "In Perspective."
Metro (S.H.A.D.O.). Review by Kiran Aditham.
Be careful of answering the phone, warns Lee Ann Leach…
Kurt Channing considers the puzzling popularity of internet cult figure Mahir, inevitable pop superstardom and all, and grasps about for a metaphor to neatly describe it all. Anyone up for picking scabs?
A legion of death metallers pay tribute to one of their progenitors with Requiems Of Revulsion: A Tribute to Carcass. Matthew Moyer puts the band’s career and the tribute album "In Perspective."
Essence (Lost Highway). Review by Sean Slone.
Mary Prankster, with The Moto-Litas and The Features at The Earl in Atlanta, GA on June 23, 2001. Concert review and photos by Phil Bailey.
Elements (Shadow). Review by Kiran Aditham.
Pure Bastard Rock (Orange). Review by Marcel Feldmar.
Blue Laws (Truckstop). Review by Marcel Feldmar.
Alpha Bravo Charlie (S.H.A.D.O.). Review by Ian Koss.
In Perspective :: Wild-Eyed Southern Boys :: Sunday, July 29th, 2001
Tom “Tearaway” Schulte joins our big happy family, and will be bringing us regular installments of Outsight! This time around he skips from angry oi to tribal drums to goth and makes it seem oh so easy.
Outsight :: Outsight FAQ :: Saturday, July 28th, 2001