Hot, cramped, and stinky. Canada’s Protest the Hero headlines an action-packed, sold-out, multi-band event – and Christopher Long holds his breath.
Yellowcard saves the day on an otherwise uneventful night. Brittany Sturges was won over.
No More Shall We Part (Reprise). Review by Terry Eagan.
The Other Side (Right On). Review by Andrew Ellis.
Paint By Number (Hefty). Review by Jason Plender
Wanna know what “The Dungeon” is? Here’s a hint: Some professional wrestlers left it bawling like babies. Lifelong wrestling fan and pop culture reporter Heath McCoy tells us all about Stu Hart’s legacy in Pain and Passion: The History of Stampede Wrestling. Tim Wardyn is still in pain.
Perry Farrell’s Satellite Party may not have brought in the crowds his previous bands would have guaranteed, but the old material mixed with Farrell’s Iggy Pop-like energy was enough to satisfy the fans that did make it down to the House of Blues Orlando, Jen Cray was amontst them.
Use Once and Destroy (Sanctuary). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Waltham (Rykodisc). Review by Andrew Ellis.
The Ozzman Cometh (Epic). Review by David Lee Beowülf
Interview by Don Zulaica
In the Marshes (Words on Music). Review by Aaron Shaul.