Review: Kevin Devine “Make The Clocks Move”

Kevin Devine "Make the Clocks Move" (Triple Crown) Kevin Devine is pitiful. I don't know if he's acctually trying to make us feel sorry for him, or if he's just had a bad go of things and writes about...

Review: Kevin Devine

Kevin Devine "Make The Clocks Move" (Triplecrown Records) Kevin Devine is pitiful.  I don't know if he's acctually trying to make us feel sorry for him, or if he's just had a bad go of things and writes...

Review: Lewis Black

Lewis Black "Rules of Enragement" (Comedy Central) Hilarious comedy album. Lewis Black is a comedic fucking genius, molesting numerous subjects and topics from Minnesota to homeland security. It's a good...

Review: Jag Panzer

Jag Panzer "Decade of the Nail-spiked Bat" (Century Media) I had to do some research, but what we have here is a double CD release on which Jag Panzer has re-recorded (or sometimes just remastered?) old...

Review: Luxt

Luxt "American Beast" (Blackliner Records) Sacramento, Ca's Luxt have attempted to up the ante on their latest release "American Beast". Originality is definitely something that's in Luxt's corner here....

Review: Manic Hispanic

Manic Hispanic "The Menudo Incident" (BYO Records) Two words for you: fucking brilliant.  Get your Pendleton and do-rag, Manic Hispanic is re-releasing their absolutely hilarious 1996 album that began it...

Review: Garrison

Garrison "The Silhouette" (Revelation) I'm not sure if I like these guys: 1) Because of the brilliant parentheses in their first song title, "Come On Die Young (No Seriously)," 2) Or because they've got a...

Review: D.O.A.

D.O.A. "War and Peace" (Sudden Death Records) "War and Peace" is a superb celebration of Canadian punks D.O.A.’s 25 years of tearing it up and preaching more power for the people.  Known for their...

Review: Death Machine

Death Machine "Self-Titled" (Sensory Dark) Dark and gloomy metal.  Lots of harshed out whispery and screaming vocals, double bass pummeling, riff stacked upon riff type metal.  It's all "angry" and...

Review: Defenders of Metal

Defenders of Metal "Volume 1 - The Seduction" (Man in Black Music) An eighteen-track compilation of bands from the (Man In Black) record label.  I don't know how to review a compilation.  It seems cruel...