• In Perspective: All Hail Carcass!

    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."

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  • In Perspective: Ramblin’ Men

    In the midst of legal battles with the artists themselves, Polydor has reissued the first solo efforts from members of The Allman Brothers Band: Gregg Allman’s Laid Back, The Gregg Allman Tour, and Playin’ Up a Storm, and Richard "Dickie" Betts’ Highway Call, Hal Horowitz takes an in-depth look to put these reissues "In Perspective."

  • In Perspective: Neil Young Live!

    Hal Horowitz takes an in-depth look at the legendary Neil Young’s new live album, Road Rock, and its companion DVD, Red Rocks Live. Keep on rockin’ in the free world…

  • In Perspective: Run DMC: Still the Kings?

    Run DMC are attempting a Supernatural comeback with their latest album, the guest-laden Crown Royal. Will Crown re-establish Run, DMC, and Jam Master Jay as the Kings of Rock, or have the emperors been shorn of their trademark leathers and Adidas? Julio Diaz takes an in-depth look.

  • In Perspective: Last Years of the Cat

    Did someone put a fatwah on Cat Stevens’ career? Hal Horowitz examines the nadir of the folkie-turned-Muslim’s pop music career, taking an in-depth look at Stevens’ recently-reissued last three albums, Numbers, IZITSO, and Down To Earth.

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