- Screen Reviews
- May 17, 2019
Pahokee produces sugar cane and poverty, but some the brighter students might make it to the big time with a college degree and a new zip code.
Tool is well known for being one of the most innovative, abstract metal bands of the last 20 years. What many people don’t realize is how protective the band is of every aspect of their career, including their image. After being told again and again that she would never get approved, Jen Cray was shocked to be allowed inside the band’s Orlando show with her camera.
Something Quite Peculiar (Science). Review by Jen Cray.
The Dears’ mighty guitarist Patrick Krief has stepped up to the plate to write, perform and produce his very first solo effort. Just a week before the release of his debut solo work, and while still on the road with his band, he took the time to talk with Jen Cray.
Songs of Eta Carinae (Beta-lactam). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Fair To Midland are blessed, and cursed, with the title “the first band to be signed to Serj Tankian’s label.” Jen Cray sat down with vocalist Darroh Sudderth and keyboardist Matt Langley outside of Orlando’s House of Blues just before the second night of their first ever major tour.
Protected. Review by Kyrby Raine.
The MasterbaTour is the Al Jourgensen show. Headlined by Ministry and also featuring Jourgensen’s longtime side project, Revolting Cocks, it’s an evening of industrial, experimental metal, and mayhem. Jen Cray finds herself front and center.
Evil Genius. Review by Kyrby Raine.
Half-Pint Demigod (self-released). Review by Kyrby Raine.
Up Off The Floor (Locomotive). Review by Addam Donnelly.
The Dresden Dolls (8 Ft. Records). Review by Tim Wardyn.
The City at Night (Bifocal Media/Lucid Records). Review by Jen Cray.
Error (Epitaph). Review by Addam Donnelly.
Jorge Galban reviews Skinny Puppy on their Greater Wrong of The Right US Tour.
WWIII Live 2003 (Sanctuary). Review by Jen Cray.
Based On Actual Events (Shiverstar Records). Review by Tim Wardyn.
Houses of The Mole (Sanctuary). Review by Jorge C. Galban.
Vortex (Noise Plus). Review by Rob Levy.
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