Tag: Mitchell Foy

TSOL

Interviews

In one of the year’s most surprising comebacks, the original line-up of TSOL is back. Mitchell Foy catches up with orignal lead singer Jack Grisham to discuss grave robbery, the legendary ’80s Orange County punk scene, and how Henry Rollins ruined Black Flag.

Zyklon

Music Reviews

World Ov Worms (Candlelight). Review by Mitchell Foy.

Djam Karet

Music Reviews

Suspension & Displacement (Cuneiform). Review by Mitchell Foy.

Neptune

Music Reviews

Studio Recordings/May, MCMXCVII (Arch Enemy). Review by Mitchell Foy.

Therapy?

Music Reviews

A perfectly sad picture of destroyed potential. From the general public’s per…

Steve Von Till

Music Reviews

Extremely moody, and depending on your state of mind, either unnecessarily de…

Sikara

Music Reviews

There’s something very strange going on in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Go …

Leechmilk

Music Reviews

Visceral heaven. Just about every town has a sludgy, screeching band lurking …

Swans

Music Reviews

Body, my mother disgusts me. A fool, a screw, anything for you. A stupid chil…

Bob Drake

Music Reviews

A crazy, convoluted thrill ride. Like an updated take on Faust’s Tapes…

Himinbjorg

Music Reviews

Amongst the coolest of the newer generation black metal groups, and I’ll tell…

Milemarker

Music Reviews

The Atlanta-based Stickfigure label that put this disc out is run by one busy…

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Archikulture Digest

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Features

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Big Time Gambling Boss

Screen Reviews

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Frank Bello

Frank Bello

Features

Frank Bello’s new memoir Fathers, Brothers, and Sons: Surviving Anguish, Abandonment, and Anthrax takes us from a New York childhood, to Anthrax stadium tours, to fatherhood with the charming informality of a conversation with an old friend. Then I’m Gone, Bello’s first solo EP, provides accompaniment. Joe Frietze reviews.