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Interview: Phil Anselmo

(this interview was conducted in 2003 when Phil had just released, “A Lethal Dose of American Hatred” with Superjoint Ritual) (originally appeared in issue #36 of Modern Fix Magazine) – interview by Bushman “This is the band I always wanted…

Interview: Neil Hamburger

Interview Neil Hamburger

The world of stand-up comedy is a bold and treacherous one at that. Take it from me, someone who’s actually been there! Well in all honesty, I’ve never actually been on-stage performing live, in front of some sauced-up crowd at…

Interview: Lewis Black

Interview Lewis Black

Lewis Black can be seen Wednesday’s on Comedy Central’s The Daily Show, hosted by Jon Stewart, and on various other appearances (like Tough Crowd, also on Comedy Central, and on Conan O Brian). A funny comedian and a damn good…

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EXTOL – interview by Bushman home Extol approaches metal with a very methodical and intricate approach. One of the most unique sonic factors to Extol is the bands use of challenging time signatures and razor clean breaks, punctuated by speedy…

Interview: Mad Caddies

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MAD CADDIES interview by James Wright “Oh, I love Canadian beer,” raves Mad Caddies guitarist Sascha Lazor. “I’m partial to Moosehead or Keith’s, but I love Canadian beer. Beer is good,” he says with a laugh. Sascha has more than…

Interview: T.S.O.L.

– interview by Mary G. I heard somebody call True Sounds Of Liberty an enigma today and decided that’s about the best one word description possible for this band. Between their history, their attitude, their politics and everything else that’s…

Review: Vaz

Vaz “Dying to Meet You” (Gold Standard Laboratories) The two-man-band is becoming a trend. Vaz is another duo who is on the duet wagon, but they aren’t sitting by Jack and Meg. Vaz opens with “They’ve Won” which pulls memories…

Review: Warsawpack

Warsawpack “Stocks and Bombs” (G7 Welcoming Committee) One of the smoothest MCs to be spitting on top of one of the smoothest jazz/indie rock hybrids in existence.  Bunch of Canucks out-classin 90% of your best east coast rap-slash-whatever hybrids.  Canucks…

Review: Wayne Marshall

Wayne Marshall “Marshall Law” (VP Records) If dancehall is your thing, then the Marshall is king. Lush keyboards, positive lyrics, it’s all here. Mr. Marshall doesn’t have a commanding voice like say an Elephant Man, or the slept on Shabba.…

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FEATURED ALBUM REVIEWS back to album reviews home The Weakerthans ” Reconstruction Site” (Epitaph)   The Weakerthans aren’t your average Epitaph band in that they don’t necessarily beat you about the head and neck with snare drums and blinding cymbals. No, The…