Review: Amazing Device

Amazing Device "The Quiet Room" (Tribunal Records) The only thing remarkable about Amazing Device's recent formal debut, "The Quiet Room," is that it's not on a major label. The nine songs found on...

Review: The Amazombies “Bitches and Stiches”

The Amazombies "Bitches and Stiches" (Go Kart) This CD looked fucking killer from the second I received it. Not only does it have a wicked cover and cool title but the cover is embossed with this...

Review: Aborted

Aborted "Goremageddon: The Saw and the Carnage Done" (Olympic recordings) Extremely heavy and gory grindcore in the grand tradition of Carcass with very pretty solos and scattered harmonics and such, but...

Interview: Alias

by tyson You might have heard about these Anticon guys that are redefining hip hop. Ceating their own genre, making music with artistic value. So with all that said some fortunate people got to see Sole...

Review: Blood Has Been Shed

by campbell With the release of Blood Has Been Shed's third disc "Spirals" on Ferret Records, the Connecticut four-piece has endured its prevalent line-up changes curse to start the foundations in the...

Interview: Caustic Resin

by gordon downs I was familiar with Caustic Resin before that dreary evening sometime in the winter of 2000. It was a Wednesday, and the club hardly had any people in it. Local support Longer Than Miles...