Review: Acceptance

Acceptance "Black Lines to Battlefields" (The Militia Group) These guys have got a lot of Jimmy Eat World in them, minus the omnipresent melodies.  "Black Lines" is a little weird because it's just seven...

Review: All State Champion

All State Champion "Self-Titled" (FiveOneInc.) There's like 50,000 albums released a year and their meager allowances don't allow purchasing weak CDs like this. These four melodic hardcore enthusiasts...

Review: Amazing Device

Amazing Device "The Quiet Room" (Tribunal Records) The only thing remarkable about Amazing Device's recent formal debut, "The Quiet Room," is that it's not on a major label. The nine songs found on...

Review: The Amazombies “Bitches and Stiches”

The Amazombies "Bitches and Stiches" (Go Kart) This CD looked fucking killer from the second I received it. Not only does it have a wicked cover and cool title but the cover is embossed with this...

Review: Blood Has Been Shed

by campbell With the release of Blood Has Been Shed's third disc "Spirals" on Ferret Records, the Connecticut four-piece has endured its prevalent line-up changes curse to start the foundations in the...

Interview: Caustic Resin

by gordon downs I was familiar with Caustic Resin before that dreary evening sometime in the winter of 2000. It was a Wednesday, and the club hardly had any people in it. Local support Longer Than Miles...