Review: Under The Weather

Under The Weather "Self-Titled" (Orange Peal Records) These guys used to be the Sloppy Meateaters, remember those guys? Well, they lost one of their founders and decided to switch it up, but they still...

Review: U.S. Bombs

U.S. Bombs "Covert Action" (Hellcat Records) Duane Peters has done the loop. The freaking loop, man. He stood on his skateboard, rolled down the tranny, hit the opposite wall, compressed, sped back...

Review: Scarlet

Scarlet "Something To Lust About" (Ferret Music) Edgy and brutal hardcore with a slightly experimental edge. It pummels you down, looks around to make sure no one is looking, and then pummels you some...

Review: Silverstein

Silverstein "When Broken Is Easily Fixed" (Victory Records) Holy shit the singer’s voice sounds painful. It sound like one of those fucking dogs that got its voice box cut out so you can’t hear it...

Review: Sushirobo

Sushirobo "The Light-Fingered Feeling Of" (Pattern 25 Records) Clever and hip indie rock boasting strong elements across the board and spicing it all up with interesting electronic bits. Challenging...

Review: Mortiis

Mortiis "The Smell of Rain" (Earache) The evil troll returns. What an image Mortiis has. And he creates the music to match. Mortiis writes and records most the music, but has a few musicians to round...

Review: The Postman Syndrome

The Postman Syndrome "Terraforming" (Now Or Never Records) This is a stunning debut. Teetering on the fence between schizophrenic and cohesive, incorporating a wide variety of musical ideas into a...

Review: Fu Manchu

Fu Manchu "Go For It...Live!" (SPV) Some raw, live Fu. Served up best with lots of volume. As does all good rock and roll. And this people, is some good rock n' roll. Guitars rip. Bass rumbles. Drums...

Review: Celebrity

Celebrity "Lovesick" (Doghouse Records) The newest Doghouse Records release comes from Nashville Tennessee based Celebrity who after their release of the “Sle.ep” have been turning quite a few heads...

Review: Atticus… Dragging The Lake II

Various Artists "Atticus... Dragging The Lake II" (Side One Dummy) I don't care if this is basically a commercial for one of the donkeys from Blink 182's clothing line, it's still a good comp....