Review: Sloppy Meateaters

Sloppy Meateaters "“Shameless Self Promotion”" (Orange Peal Records, Inc.) Scratch any preconceived notions you might have about a two-member, pop-punk band from Georgia.  All right, now listen to...

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HOT IMPORT NIGHTS 2000 - by brad home By the time you read this, Hot Import Nights(HIN) in San Bernadino...

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TIGER ARMY - by liz ortega home Tiger Army - It’s Time To Rock The Voids - Showcase Theater...

Review: Rancid

Rancid "Self titled" (Hellcat Records) Remember when  ..And Out Come The Wolves came out?  The first song, Maxwell Murder, started playing and you thought, ‘Fuck yeah, Rancid got back to it’s punk...

Review: Red Roses For A Blue Lady

Red Roses For A Blue Lady "“Return To Melancholy”" (Eulogy Recordings) Out of all the music I’ve received this month, this is my favorite. Red Roses are one of the best of the newest wave of metal core...

Review: Shutdown

Shutdown "“Few and Far Between”" (Victory Records) Yes! This is awesome. By far one of the best Shutdown release’s to date. Few and far between features guest vocals by Freddy Cricien of Madball and...

Interview: Sick Shift

interview by seep After stealing the show at Extravaganza, I sat down with Sick Shift’s lead singer and guitar player Jeff Feuerhaken and bassist Gary Braun to discuss contemporary politics and current...

Review: Man Scouts of America

Man Scouts of America "“Crash Course”" (R.A.F.R. Records) Greasy rock and roll filtered through a glam/boyscout aesthetic.  There is a certain tint of 80’s gutter drug rock of the LA scene before it...

Review: A New Found Glory

A New Found Glory "“Nothing Gold Can Stay”" (Drive Through Records) For those of you who love the “sweet punk” revolution that is powered by pop-punks and the whole emo-meets-hardcore movement, you...

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QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE - by mike bushman home I’d been injesting “R” (The Queens newest) over the past...