Christian Death – Amen – Review

December 1, 1995

Christian Death just isn’t the same without Rozz Williams or Gitane Demone. But Amen isn’t all bad. A double live CD with extremely good recording quality.

Under the Volcano – #27 – Review

December 1, 1995

A short, bitterly transcendent fiction piece entitled “Why I Ate My Wife” by M. Gira of Swans, and an interview. A fanzine, sometimes marshmallowy positive.

Out of Bounds – Review

December 1, 1995

Out of Bounds is a political ‘zine, and as ‘zines go, its viewpoints are not particularly beyond the pale. A lot of non-music ‘zine reviews.

This Is Boston, Not LA – Review

December 1, 1995

Even though these bands would go on to release some landmark material, no one has before or since released a record of such concentrated explosive punk energy.

The Doom Generation Soundtrack – Review

December 1, 1995

This soundtrack takes the same route the Natural Born Killers soundtrack took – threading the songs in the order of the film, with bits of dialogue thrown in.

Taste – Review

December 1, 1995

Frantically inspired scratchings and wailings from the scuff zone. Ostensibly the best of underground aural abrasion, primarily from the USA and Japan.

Trapped Instinct – Alarm – Review

December 1, 1995

If you remixed the Chili Peppers’ first album and added scratching and funky samples and replaced Anthony with Mike Patton, you’d end up with Trapped Instinct.

The Wives – Ask Me How – Review

December 1, 1995

These girls rampage through simple and balls-out tunes with great lyrics. Metaphors and curb-side story-telling abound, loving set to furious beats.

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