- Music Reviews
- March 27, 2020
Local Honey (Lesser Known Records). Review by Andrew Ellis.
Howls From the Hills (Tolotta). Review by David Lee Beowulf.
Gail Worley sold her soul to Satan to bring you an interview with the legendary Alice Cooper. What a bargain!
Death Is Infinite (Revelation). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Beyond Good and Evil (Lava/Atlantic). Review by Matt Cibula.
Hold Your Breath (Solid State / Tooth & Nail). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Carpe Diem (Revelation). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Cuts From the Crypt (Roadrunner). Review by David Lee Beowulf.
Let the Soul Out and Cut the Vein (Earache). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Mercedes Lander is 17 years old and will kick you in the head. Kittie’s drummer explains it all to Matt Cibula.
Flight of the Wounded Locust (GSL). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Members of Anthrax, M.O.D., and others formed a one-off project called Stormtroopers Of Death, but the mystique of S.O.D. would not die. Demand led the band to reunite, giving David Lee Beowulf the chance to discuss the enduring popularity of S.O.D. with drummer Charlie Benante.
David Lee Beowulf admits he was wrong? Eh, read on…
Belated thoughts on the presidential election and about 50 million cd reviews, it must be the return of David Lee Beowulf, fighting fit and Angry Ink.
Sure, there are lots of bands that play metal, and even several that play power metal, but only the Italian band Rhapsody can play Epic Symphonic Hollywood Metal! David Lee Beowülf is ready for his close-up, and guitarist Luca Turilli gives him direction.
Another take on the Eninem story, served up with all the restraint we’ve come to love from David Lee Beowülf.
King Diamond at the Masquerade in Atlanta, GA on August 18, 2000. Concert review and photos by Andrea Thompson.
"I was fired from every band I was in before, so the only way I can think of to not get fired was form my own band." So says Lemmy Kilmister of the legndary Motšrhead, as he talked 25 years of rock n’ roll with Matt Thompson.
Poison guitarist Cecil "C.C." DeVille has cleaned up his act, and is back with a new trio called Samantha 7 that hearkens back to his (bleached blonde) glam roots. Cindy Harper caught up with the flamboyant rocker to get the full story.
Over 20 years together, King’s X have built a reputation as a spiritual yet solid and driving power trio. Lee Ann Leach spoke with bassist Doug Pinnick about the band[base ‘]s new album, Please Come Home… Mr. Bulbous.