Review: Blur

Blur "“Greatest Hits”" (Virgin Records) If you are interested in Blur, but you don’t know where to start , this double CD is highly recommended. The first disc has 18 tracks that come off of various...

Review: Catastrophic

Catastrophic "“The Cleansing”" (Metal Blade) My first impression of Catastrophic was they sound incredibly like the ground breaking  American Death metal Obituary, and for good reason.  In the wake of...

Modern Fix

BLEED - interview by mike bushman home Beer, Brats and Bleed. Oh, the inhabitants of Milwaukee...

Review: 20,000 Leagues Under the Street Vol. 1”

Various Artists "“20,000 Leagues Under the Street Vol. 1”" (Nu Gruv Alliance / Pockets Linted Entertainment) On the intro to his “20,000 Leagues Under the Street” compilation, Rasco promises that the...

Review” All or Nothing H.C.

All or Nothing H.C. "“Sacrifice, Discipline, Bliss”" (On the Rag) Straight forward, vintage punk rock. Think that standard three-chord, trite, abrasive punky sound you have grown to love, mix in some...

Review: The Ataris

The Ataris "“End is Forever”" (Kung Fu Records) These songs, as well as many past Ataris’ songs, seem to tell the story of Kris Roe’s life.  A life that has a recurring theme of the misadventures of...

Review: The Black Halos

The Black Halos "“The Violent Years”" (Sub Pop Records) “Hello, this is the ghost of Johnny Thunders.  I’'ve been dead for over a decade now, but it’s nice to see that the old punk rawk sound I...