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: Chroma Key

Chroma Key "“You Go Now”" (Fight Evil Records) Calm with lulling smooth tempo.  Pink Floyd with a modern twist.  The depth of the recording shows some time spent in the studio while the actual...

Review: Vomitory

Vomitory "“Revelation Nausea”" (Metal Blade) Fast, brutal: Death Metal. Non stop aggression from start to finish, the only respite is the silence between tracks.   The major downfall of the wall of...

Reviw: Darkane

Darkane "“Insanity”" (Century Media Records) I bet death metal singers give the best blow-jobs.  You could probably jam your cock deep into their throats, and they’d growl making their little uvulas...

Modern Fix

BLEED - interview by mike bushman home Beer, Brats and Bleed. Oh, the inhabitants of Milwaukee...

Modern Fix

THE MIGHTY MIGHTY BOSSTONES - by mike bushman home I do not own a Bosstones album. I...

Review: Blood Has Been Shed

Blood Has Been Shed "“Novella of Uriel”" (Ferret) I sat down and strapped myself into to my gas powered dual shock vibromatic hardcore metal appreciation harness with full intent to delve into this...

Review: Blur

Blur "“Greatest Hits”" (Virgin Records) If you are interested in Blur, but you don’t know where to start , this double CD is highly recommended. The first disc has 18 tracks that come off of various...