Tag: Botch

Botch

Music Reviews

American Nervoso (Hydra Head Records). Review by Andrew Coulon.

Minus The Bear

Event Reviews

The Club @ Firestone is once again booking rock shows, and Seattle’s Minus The Bear packed the place for an eclectic evening of sounds. Jen Cray found the venue to be more inspiring than the bands.

Drowningman

Music Reviews

Learn To Let It Go (Law of Inertia). Review by Addam Donnelly.

Since By Man

Music Reviews

A Love Hate Relationship (Revelation). Review by Addam Donnelly.

Minus the Bear

Music Reviews

They Make Beer Commercials Like This (Arena Rock). Review by Aaron Shaul.

Psyopus

Music Reviews

Ideas of Reference (Black Market Activities). Review by Daniel Mitchell.

Psyopus

Music Reviews

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Swarm of the Lotus

Music Reviews

metal,sludge,screamo,Swarm of the Lotus,When White Becomes Black,At A Loss Records,Daniel Mitchell

Pelican

Music Reviews

Australasia (Hydrahead). Review by Daniel Mitchell.

Roy

Music Reviews

Tacomatose (Initial Records). Review by Daniel Mitchell.

LickGoldenSky

Music Reviews

The Beautiful Sounds of… (Escape Artists). Review by Daniel Mitchell.

Mastodon

Music Reviews

Remission (Relapse Records). Review by Daniel Mitchell.

Onalaska

Music Reviews

To Sing for Nights (Dim Mak). Review by Daniel Mitchell.

Carrion

Music Reviews

Beggar 7” (McCarthyism). Review by Daniel Mitchell.

Punishment

Music Reviews

Where Love is Dead and Hope Never Lived (Too Damn Hype). Review by Daniel L. Mitchell.

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