Review: Kittie

Kittie "Oracle" (Artemis Records) Kittie went for "more brutal" on this release, and that's an understatement!  Kittie went damn near death metal--as close as Morgan Landers' pissed off, throaty bark...

Review: Reverend Horton Heat

Reverend Horton Heat "Lucky 7" (Artemis Records) "Lucky 7" is the seventh album from Reverend Horton Heat (eighth if you count "Holy Roller," their recently-released anthology).  The album finds the trio...

Review: Flipp

Flipp "Volume" (Artemis Records) I don't get it. No. I get it; I just can't appreciate it. Mostly because it doesn't make the music any better. Gimmick Rock. Costumes and comedy. It doesn't get any better...

Review: Lollipop Lust Kill

Lollipop Lust Kill "My So Called Knife" (Artemis Records) Marilyn Manson-ish White Zombie influenced agro-creepy metal extravaganza.  Dope is another band that must be dropped for sonic comparison....

Review: Sugarcult

Sugarcult "Palm Trees and Power Lines" (Fearless Records / Artemis Records) Sugarcult delivers a strong sophomore set with "Palm Trees and Power Lines," a perfect name for the duality of hard and soft...