Revview: Danzig

Danzig "777: I Luciferi" (Spitfire) Evil imp Glenn Danzig, alleged son of Roy Orbison, comes at us in his new Nu-Metal, Marilyn Manson type style.  It's true that Glenn has gone through many stylistic...

Review: Death Threat

Death Threat "For God and Government" (Triple Crown Records) Do you ever watch those "World's Strongest Man" competitions on ESPN?  Of course not-they're redundant and boring.  Sometimes I feel hardcore...

Review: Diesel Machine

Diesel Machine "“Torture Test”" (Steamhammer / SPV) Opening with the sounds of large machinery being turned on and warmed up, the harsh warning buzzers signal something mechanically dangerous is...

Review: Domain

Domain "Far From Within" (Sadistic Records) Domain play a sore-throated style of stilted off-balance hard-core scrambled with metal.  With vocals that always screech and sometimes seem to parody rapping...

Review: Fall Silent

Fall Silent "Drunken Violence" (Revelation Records) "There's a war / and its right outside your window" is the first line on track two, "Flowers for Whore", which is easily the best song on this album....

Review: Atticus

Various Artists "Atticus" (SideOneDummy) A compilation released off SideOne by the kids over at Atticus, a new label formed by that guy in Blink-182. Just another comp? Yeah. Worth buying? I guess. This...

Review: Beyond the Embrace

Beyond the Embrace "Against the Elements" (Metal Blade) Melodic metal with hoarse screaming vocals (but not all the time) sometimes the singer does something some might call singing, a kind of singing...

Review: Black Tape for a Blue Girl

Black Tape for a Blue Girl "“The Scavenger Bride”" (Projekt) Gothic DIY superstars Black Tape for a Blue Girl have been around since 1986, apparently, and are still doing it their own way on their own...

Review: Bloodlet

Bloodlet "Three Humid Nights in the Cypress Trees" (Victory Records) I had a big plan for today.  I was going to get up and go to the Laundromat to take care of some washing.  While my clothes were busy...

Review: Brothers of Conquest

Brothers of Conquest "All the Colors of Darkness" (Go Kart Records) The South is a weird place.  I was out in Florida for a job interview last year and some guy was showing me around a few towns outside...