Interview: Rob Halford

interview by bushman In the beginning...there was Sabbath. Sabbath begat metal which begat Judas Priest. There is no record collection in the world that holds an Ozzy album that doesn't have a Priest...

Review: Dance Hall Crashers

Dance Hall Crashers "“The Live Record”" (Pink & Black Records) This live album record at The Troubadour in Hollywood really rocked out. It was hard to believe this was a live album.  The mix is...

Live Review: Deftones / Glassjaw

by bushman Riding their own White Pony of success, the Deftones tour for their latest album chose the Palladium for their LA stop. Going to a show at the Palladium (or most specifically gaining entrance...

Modern Fix

EARTH CRISIS - interview by jonny home Jonny: How long has the tour been and how much longer do you guys have...

Review: The Firebird Band

The Firebird Band "The Setting Sun And Its Satellites" (Headhunter / Cargo Music) Incredibly diverse and intelligent indie rock. Name-dropping singer Chris Broach (whose previous band Braid broke much...

Review: The Angoras

The Angoras "Self-Titled" (Angora Static) If you’re looking for light, friendly pop punk with a slight surfer sound lean to it then you need look no further than The Angoras. The female vocals on the...

Review: Earth Crisis

Earth Crisis "Slither" (Victory Records) Metallic hard-core that has grown out of its tag and is pushing to further define heaviness. Riff jumping across ripping guitars, rumble low end bass and...

Review: Jimmy Eat World

Jimmy Eat World "Singles" (Big Wheel Recreation) After the brewha surrounding Jimmy Eat World’s last CD, “Clarity” (which sold well and was a darling among the critics), the band was still released...

Review: Apollyon Sun

Apollyon Sun "Sub" (Mayan Records) “Apollyon” as far as I can discern is some sort of destroyer demon who lays waste to whatever needs waste laid on it. “Sun,” as far as I’ve been able to gather...