- Music Reviews
- July 19, 2019
Interstate 13 (Dead End Exit Records/Black Lodge Records). Review by Carl F. Gauze.
Hand of the Martyr (Eulogy). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
What It Is to Burn (Drive-Thru). Review by Margie Libling.
Beat The Bastards (Spitfire). Review by David Lee Beowulf.
Tied to the Mast (Radical). Review by David Lee Beowulf.
Gruesome Twosome Vol. 1 (VMS). Review by Brian Kruger.
Falling Into Place (Drive-Thru). Review by Margie Libling.
Gainesville Fest, featuring Liars Academy, Destro, Most Precious Blood, Red Roses For a Blue Lady, Glasseater, Stretch Armstrong, and others at Market Street Pub in Gainesville, FL, December 14 and 15, 2001. Event review by Brian Kruger.
They Love Those Who Make the Music (Initial). Review by Daniel L. Mitchell.
The seminal Victory Records label has been responsible for some of the most influential and important hardcore acts of the last decade. Nathan T. Birk looks back at hardcore history with their new DVD, Victory Video Collection.
Grand Fury (Upper Cut). Review by Anton Warner.
What is "sound art" and how does it relate to the heavy rock of Neurosis? Nirav Soni asks Steve Von Till, guitarist for both Neurosis and their side project, Tribes Of Neurot.
A little bit of hardcore, a little bit of power pop, a little bit of new wave, a little bit of rock and roll, and a little bit of punk — Roi Tamkin caught an eclectic show with Sense Field, the Stereo, and Lift at Atlanta’s Echo Lounge on April 27, 2000.
But Awesome put on a great match without relying on splintering wood for their shock-value cheers. That is a mark of a true champion in ECW, when they can impress the increasingly blood-thirsty Mongol hordes with a match NOT involving blood, tables, or violence against women.