Review: A Tribute To The Scorpions

Various Artists "A Tribute To The Scorpions" (Nuclear Blast / Century Media) What makes this compilation so cool is that most every band on this disc is from Europe.  And rightly so since it was from...

Review: The Wesley Willis

The Wesley Willis "Fiasco" (Cornerstone R.A.S.) If you don’t know about Wesley Willis, then hustle your uncool ass over to www.wesleywillis.com and download a few of the mp3’s he has on there free.  In...

Review: ohGr

ohGr "“Welt”" (Spitfire Records) Former Skinny Puppy frontman settles down into his craft.  A more focused assault of electronic pushed and distorted sonics.  While Skinny Puppy was mostly...

Review: Gandalf

Gandalf "“Rock Hell”" (Earache Records) Perhaps I'’ve been out of the musical loop for awhile, but Gandalf wasn'’t exactly what I expected to hear when throwing a disc in the old player by a band on...

Review: Kreator

Kreator "“Past Life Trauma”" (Noise) I'’ve always loved Kreator.  When the American metal scene was slowly but surely turning into a bunch of watered down pussies, the German scene was there for me:...

Review: LWL

LWL "“Quarter Life Crisis”" (Pinball Records) This sho am good, like Rice-a-Roni with chunks of hotdog in a pool of  barbeque sauce. It’s not as good as one of those world record breaker  gangbang...

Review: Labyrinth

Labyrinth "“Sons Of Thunder”" (Metal Blade Records) Labyrinth, in typical power metal format is heavily in to the story or concept album.  Which isn’'t bad when you one hear one or two, but it seems...

Review: Lenny Kravitz

Lenny Kravitz "“Greatest Hits”" (Virgin Records) Undeniably one of the most spiritual and soulful artists to grace the music scene in recent years, Kravitz has accumulated a remarkable spectrum of...

Review: Madcap

Madcap "“Stand Your ground”" (Sideonedummy) Arg, annoying when the music is good but the vocals fall short. Hate to start a CD review out like this, but it has to be done. The album bursts out of the...

Review: The Crumbs

The Crumbs "Self Titled" (Recess Records) Like a college band struggling with identity and focus, Crumbs has the potential but drops short of it’s goal, which is? Probably a mix of altrock and pop punk....