Review: Tommy Lee

Tommy Lee "Never a Dull Moment" (MCA) Producer Scott Humphrey (Rob Zombie, Powerman 5000) has taken Tommy Lee's new solo CD, "Never a Dull Moment" to radio metal perfection, filling this album with plenty...

Review: The Promise Ring

The Promise Ring "Wood / Water" (Anti-) The Promise Ring sounds like Radiohead with a little Jets to Brazil thrown in for good measure.  At times, this can be a really good thing.  Take, for example,...

Review: Pro-Pain

Pro-Pain "Shreds Of Dignity" (Spitfire Records) Now this band defines the definition of hardcore!!! PRO-PAIN is a very energetic, intense, and hard working band that has been around for over 10 years....

Review: Queen of the Damned

Soundtrack "Queen of the Damned" (Warner Brothers) A film with music by Static-X, the whores of the movie soundtrack world? Say it isn't so! Actually, it's not the only the band's work on here, but also...

Review: Kylie

Kylie "Fever" (Capitol Records) As I listened to "Fever" at work, I was overcome by the fear that it would somehow escape my headphones and let everyone in my own particular circle of corporate hell know...

Review: Lunachicks

Lunachicks "Babysitters on Acid" (Go Kart Records) The Lunachicks--America’s deranged darlings--have re-released Babysitters On Acid, which had been out of print for quite some time.  I ask myself--why?...

Review: Millencolin

Millencolin "Home From Home" (Epitaph) Where the heck did these guys come from?  Well, besides Sweden?  It’s like one day, there'’s no Millencolin, and the next day, these guys are everywhere with...

Review: Modey Lemon

Modey Lemon "Self Titled" (A-F Records) Modey Lemon, a deranged noisy as a garbage man outside the window at five A.M. raucous rock band, are a two piece band consisting of a drummer/harmonica player and...

Review: Nekromantix

Nekromantix "Return of the Loving Dead" (HellCat Records) Finally, Denmark exports something that is worth my time.  Nekromatix has released their American debut on Hellcat and shown us that psychobilly...

Review: Noothgrush

Noothgrush "Failing Early, Failing Often" (Slap A Ham Records) At least the players admit it: They suck.  Now, I don't like to be mean but I have to be truthful.  Noothgrush is a band that plays slow...