Passenger – Review

September 24, 2003

In Flames’ Anders Friden just goes about his business, unconcerned with the controversy surrounding directions taken with his main band, as well as Passenger.

Labyrinth – Review

September 24, 2003

Beyond the blabber and conjecture, I first gotta say that this is the only power metal album I’ve played dozens and dozens of times.

Fireside – Get Shot – Review

September 24, 2003

While I’m happy my old faves have outlasted their early ’90s Swedish hardcore counterparts, I’d be lying if I said I found their current output interesting.

Kreator – Live Kreation – Review

September 24, 2003

Live Kreation barrels through their entire 10-album arsenal (and then some) on this 22-show, 24-track, Sneap-snipped, first-ever live CD.

Entombed – Inferno – Review

September 24, 2003

Entombed have an innate talent for explosive groovy extreme metal, but sometimes they hit the autopilot and go with the first thing that pops into their heads.

Mclusky – Mclusky Do Dallas – Review

September 24, 2003

Drilling, kicking, biting four-piece working up a fine 35 minutes of art punk dosed up with proper ass-end, angular playing, with a fried, wild-eyed mouthpiece.

Dysrhythmia – Pretest – Review

September 24, 2003

Dysrythmia are not interested in playing the most complicated, fucked up eight-minute instrumentals. They’d rather dance around each other’s gliding shadows.

Culper Ring – 355 – Review

September 24, 2003

Kinda like Black Tape For A Blue Girl meets Coil. But wimpier. No song names, no drums, just guitar, violin, vox & sounds. Pretentious as all hell.

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