Chris Barnes has been dead to me ever since Six Feet Under unleashed the abomination known as Graveyard Classics 2, aka Barnes in Black….
As every fan of the band knows, there have been three eras in the history of Pink Floyd: the first, Syd Barrett-fronted stoner-pop period,…
Photo by Bailey Ann Gottlieb Interview by Patrick Chappelle Occasionally, the boundaries of metal are tested and stretched beyond the confines of what its…
From the Vaults more than satiated fans eagerly awaiting Ultraviolet’s release, and also serves as an excellent primer to the Kylesa pantheon for those just discovering the band.
Hellbound Metal: “This album paints a landscape of epic proportions that I have rarely heard: it is a perfect headphone experience.”
Hellbound Metal: “They may have had to wait six years, but …Like Clockwork is precisely the sort of record that longtime QOTSA fans have been hoping for.”
While their debut album was all over the place—in a bad way—Ancestors have a delivered a much more focused effort this time around that’s worthy of a few spins. Recommended for fans of Neurosis, Isis and the like; just don’t expect to hear much that those bands haven’t done before
Yellow & Green by Baroness is arguably one of the richest and most diverse albums you are going to hear this year. It is certainly the most ambitious musical undertaking by Baizley and Co yet, but they manage to pull it off without a hitch. Production-wise it’s a little too retro for my taste, but otherwise this is a fantastic musical adventure. I’m hooked!
“Clockwork Angels” is indeed a serious contender for album of the year. Utterly breathtaking!
By Gruesome Greg This record is where it all began for U.S. Christmas (now known as USX), released independently back in ’04 on CDR,…