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Wild Flag – Wild Flag | Its New Its Old Its Somewhere In Between

Wild Flag – Wild Flag | Its New Its Old Its Somewhere In Between

Wild Flag - Wild Flag | Its New Its Old Its New Wild Flag - the new self titled release from Wild Flag is to sum up  ...thoroughly enjoyable. A straight up rock n roll/post/pre-punkish concoction of dissident harmony and garage band styled hook laden sounds, bringing you a sticky stuck in your head pop record. When we add in the beach party 60's [...]

Vektor feature: two live reviews + interview

Vektor feature: two live reviews + interview

Vektor's David DiSanto. Those are pieces of a computer's carcass grafted onto his guitar. On the Northeastern leg of Vektor's 2010 U.S. tour -- their most gruelingly extensive one yet -- the band happened to play two venues that were only four miles apart within the Tri-State metropolitan area: one free show in Jersey City, New Jersey, and [...]

Maryland Deathfest synopsis: Day Three

Maryland Deathfest synopsis: Day Three

Sinister: it was worth frying under the sun to watch them. And now for the final chapter: Day Three. This is unfortunately the point where your neighborhood reporter went flat-out derelict with the coverage, which is why there are several important acts lacking in review here. However, all the really big-name bands of the evening were caught, [...]

Maryland Deathfest synopsis: Day Two

Maryland Deathfest synopsis: Day Two

The Chasm's Daniel Corchado We continue with our overview of MDF VIII, this time with a focus on Day Two, which very well might've had the most intense lineup out of what was already a respectable 3-day listing. "F***in' Autopsy" were definitely the main draw here, but there were so many great bands on the premises that this reviewer could [...]

Maryland Deathfest synopsis: Day One

Maryland Deathfest synopsis: Day One

Danny Nelson of Malignancy Your surly neighborhood reporter caught an early Friday morning ride down to seedy Baltimore's Inner Harbor district, home of the Maryland Deathfest, which was to begin its eighth annual run. The next three days would be a whirlwind of denim, leather, whiplashed necks, spilled and sputtered beer, and of course, [...]

33 1/3: Reign In Blood by D.X. Ferris

33 1/3: Reign In Blood by D.X. Ferris

The pamphlet-sized 33 1/3 series of books is dedicated to providing exhaustive analyses for a bevy of top-hit contemporary music albums. D. X. Ferris' account of Slayer's groundbreaking major label debut, Reign in Blood, enjoys the distinction of being one of the only Metal works in a rock-n'-roll dominated catalogue (specifically, it's the [...]

Twin Atlantic – Vivarium [Import]

Twin Atlantic – Vivarium [Import]

Twin Atlantic - Vivarium Twin Atlantic is a terribly exciting Scottish rock band hitting us with unique sounds not heard emanating from Scotland before. Having reached the level in Glasgow where they were selling out clubs and venues without a label, this rock inspired punk like band has a forthcoming worldwide release. In the meantime you can [...]

Black Rock – Joe Bonamassa

Black Rock – Joe Bonamassa

Black Rock - Joe Bonamassa  - Label: Premier Artists   - March 23 2010 "Black Rock" ,named for the studio where it was recorded in Greece, is the latest entry from  Joe Bonamassa. Joe has been playing blues guitar since before he could drive and is clearly a blues master. This fact may not be captured on this his latest release , a studio [...]

Survival Story – The Flobots

Survival Story – The Flobots

Survival Story - The Flobots -Label: Republic March 2010 The Flobots - "Survival Story"  - Six Flobot's dedicated to social action, change and thought. "Survival Story" has more electronic effects then the "Fight with Tools" album but the same excellent flow and rap.  The Flobots are unique to the genre. With a blend of rock .punk, funk and [...]

Live Review: Kreator/Voivod/Nachtmystium/Evile/LaZarus AD @ Nokia Theatre 3/6/10

Live Review: Kreator/Voivod/Nachtmystium/Evile/LaZarus AD @ Nokia Theatre 3/6/10

A rare appearance by Jean-Yves "Blacky" Thériault (Voivod) Last Saturday, about 400-something crazed metallians milled in past the gaudy lights, tourist herds, filthy hobos and lurking con-artists of Times Square to see the latest "Hordes of Chaos" tour package: veterans Kreator and Voivod being the main draws, with the opening bands [...]

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