- Screen Reviews
- March 5, 2021
A low budget nautical adventure filled with high concept effects.
Modern-day metal stalwart, In This Moment returned to Orlando, headlining an impressive, mind-melting, four-band affair.
Once upon a time, long ago, KISS was a rock band. This story recounts how four unlikely guys from New York first came together during the early 1970s and literally changed the face of rock and roll.
Raga Bop Trio (Abstract Logix). Review by Shelton Hull.
Tragically, The Knack‘s career has come to a close with the passing of frontman/ songwriter/ guitarist Doug Fieger on Valentine’s Day 2010. Steve Stav remembers the man, resurrecting this interview conducted for Ink 19 a few days after Fieger’s 53rd birthday in 2005.
Y Not (Hip-O/UMe Records). Review by Matt Parish.
Glory Bound (Pirates Press). Review by Jen Cray.
As the Killswitch Engage/Dragonforce tour sped into Orlando for a sold-out night of metal mayhem, Jen Cray geared up for a night of epic headbangin’.
With the release of their new album, Teetering on the Edge, New Jersey’s the Medium chatted with Brittany Sturges about their first show, the Battle of the Bands, Prince and — oh yea, their favorite fruit.
I On U (Favoured Nations). Review by Andrew Ellis.
Our normally cheerful editor, James Mann, is cranky on the subject of public noise pollution masquerading as nostalgia.
World Play (Soul SirkUS Records). Review by Andrew Ellis.
Supared (Sanctuary Records). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Harder Faster (Ataboy). Review by Stein Haukland.
The journey to japanned begins for Gregory Schaefer, in a U-Haul to L.A., chased by the devil, and in Japan, between showers at McDonald’s.
Tony Bowman has an almost oracular knack for picking the next big thing, and he assures us Laura Dawn is it. Get to know her in this extensive conversation.
Tron: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (Disney). Review by Ben Varkentine.