Tag: Converge

Isis/ The Melvins

Event Reviews

Though The Melvins were official headliners, soon-to-be defunct Isis stepped in as the closing band for a Philadelphia show that shook the rafters of the TLA. Get the scoop on the show and read Mike Hanan’s revealing chat with Isis frontman Aaron Turner. That’s a twofer, folks!

Botch

Music Reviews

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

Isis

Music Reviews

In The Absence of Truth (Ipecac). Review by Bob Ham.

Freya

Music Reviews

Life The Curse (Victory). Review by Jen Cray.

Unsound

Music Reviews

Unsound (Epitaph). Review by David Barker.

Drowningman

Music Reviews

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

Converge

Music Reviews

You Fail Me (Epitaph). Review by Daniel Mitchell.

Curl Up And Die

Music Reviews

…But The Past Ain’t Through With Us (Revelation). Review by Addam Donnelly.

Give Up The Ghost

Music Reviews

give up the ghost,gutg,american nightmare,equal vision,hardcore,Give Up The Ghost,We’re Down Til’ We’re Underground,Equal Vision,Nick Plante

100 Demons

Music Reviews

Metalcore Pete Morcey Hardcore Punk ,100 Demons,100 Demons,Deathwish,Stein Haukland

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Screen Reviews

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Features

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