Review: The Locust

The Locust "Follow The Flock, Step In Shit" (Three.One.G) The Locust are a group of fine young men making extraordinarily loud and aggressive music during an era where wearing your heart on your sleeve...

Review: The Blood Brothers

The Blood Brothers "March on Electric Children" (Three One G) Classically different.  The Blood Brothers blend so many ingredients into this masterpiece, "March on Electric Children," that you could...

Review: Orthrelm

Orthrelm "2nd 18/04" (Three.One.G) Does it matter what one says about an Orthrelm album?  This is the second album by this guitar and drum duo that I've had the unfortunate pleasure of hearing.  This...

Review: Dynamite with a Laserbeam

Various Artists "Dynamite with a Laserbeam" (Three One G) A Queen cover album by some of the craziest and abstract acts out there. Before you pass this up as another tribute,  hold on to your anus for...

Review: Arab on Radar

Arab on Radar "The Stolen Singles" (Three One G) A collection of EP, single, demo, comp and split tracks by the late, great Providence, RI. band Arab on Radar.  This takes you all the way from 1995 to...

Review: Arab on Radar

Arab on Radar "The Stolen Singles" (Three.One.G) As in the final throes of so many great groups, AOR has uttered that phrases that says so much and so little: "irreconcilable differences." As a final...

Review: Asterisk

Asterisk "Dogma" (Three.One.G.) Solid noise. This is a brick wall with tiny cracks to look through every once in awhile. Asterisk assaults you with 40 grind-core songs on a single disc. All of them are at...