Looking Through (Wormhole). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Various Artists (Roadrunner). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
For Never and Ever (Atlantic). Review by Andrew Ellis.
A star-studded festival lineup. Halloween Eve. New Orleans. All the ingredients for mighty powerful voodoo. Justin Schneider reports on the effectiveness of the spell.
Fatherfucker (Kitty-Yo). Review by Britta Barrett.
Evolution Of Energy (Geffen/Interscope). Review by Mary Ellen Gustafson.
Self-Destructive Pattern (Roadrunner). Review by Nick Plante.
Is Marilyn Manson scary or boring? On the eve of his Australian tour, Dan Stapleton tries to work it out, once and for all…
Damnation And A Day (Sony). Review by Zoltan Drago.
Exit Through Fear (Earache Records). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Gail Worley gets highly candid and in depth with actor/comedian Andy Dick.
Commencement (Dreamworks). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
A Tribute to Alice Cooper (Underground / Ankhor). Review by Stein Haukland.
Gail Worley’s got the beat of The Go-Go’s – drummer Gina Schock, that is – in this extensive interview!
Music From and Inspired by the Motion Picture (Roadrunner). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Step 1: Acknowledge You Are Part of the System (Capitol). Review by Matt Cibula.
Matt Cibula braves transatlantic phone lines, shoddy recording devices, and one thick Welsh accent to catch up with Super Furry Animals keyboardist Cian Ciaran. Talk about running Rings Around the World!
Violence Has Arrived (Metal Blade). Review by David Lee Beowulf.
The final installment of the trilogy in the Marilyn Manson saga, Holy Wood…
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