Review: Masquerade

Masquerade "“Flux”" (Metal Blade) I’'m not sure what it means, but I had the hardest time being able to appreciate this album because it is on Metal Blade.  I thought all they did was metal, so...

Review: The Mother Hips

The Mother Hips "“Green Hills of Earth”" (Future Farmer Recordings) Emotive, neo-hippie nostalgia that will capture you in its vintage trenches.  A modern-day fix for the Creedence Clearwater Revival...

Review: Polysics

Polysics "“Hey! Bob! My Friend”" (Asian Man Records) Cutesy electronic mayhem.  Some guitars and drums with some sloppy chops thrown together against this eternal babble of a techno landscape sounding...

Review: Dave Brokie Experience

Dave Brockie Experience "“Diarrhea of a Madman”" (Metal Blade) I’m not sure what to expect when an album from Gwar’s frontman opens up with a song that seems to be a cover of a The Knaack song, but...

Review: Dexter Freebish

Dexter Freebish "“A Life of Saturdays”" (Capitol Records) I don’t know how much clout winning ‘Song of the Year’ in the John Lennon Songwriting Contest has with you, but for me, its prestige is...

Review: Dimmu Borgir

Dimmu Borgir "“Puritanical Euphoric Misanthropia”" (Nuclear Blast) I have no idea how Dimmu Borgir’s eighth studio album Super-Puritanical-expi-Euphoric-alla-Misanthropiocius stacks up to their...

Review: Dirty

Dirty "“The Pimp and Da Gangsta”" (Universal Records) Dirty is the Alabama rap duo comprised of MC’s Big Pimp and Mista G.  By billing themselves as “The Pimp and Da Gangsta,” they are courting...

Review: Deviate

Deviate "“State of Grace”" (Too Damn Hype) Fans of heavy grindcore will be in hog heaven after listening to “State of Grace”.  The boys from Belgium turn out track after blistering track full of...

Review: Doggy’s Angels

Doggy’s Angels "“Pleezbaleevit”" (TVT Records / Doggy Style Records) Following in the star-making footsteps of his own mentor Dr. Dre, who also helped launch Eminem, Snoop Dogg has assembled female...

Review: Duncan Wilder Johnson

Duncan Wilder Johnson "“Heavy Metal Spoken Word”" (Wonderdrug Records) Spoken word/comedy/poetry that’s a cross between Dennis Leary and a ‘Kids In The Hall’ monologue.  Tales of a metal head with...