An interview with Matthew West
An interview with guitarist/vocalist Neil Fallon
Recording quality is great, the impression of an intimate setting is certainly there, but with the full rock’n’roll presence any Speedealer fan would expect.
Shit-hot “live-in-one-take” disc from one of the world’s foremost flamethrower aggropunk-rock units. Primal early rock and roll, punk dynamism, and metal chomp.
When a band releases a hodge-podge of new tracks, remixes, and covers, they’re trying to stay in the spotlight. That said, Snapcase always delivers the goods.
Great album title. Florida’s Remembering Never hit us up big-time with a rollercoaster ride of emotions, brutal breakdowns, and heavy-set vocals.
This, the U.S. version, offers 15 definitive remixes of their most classic tracks from a career that has spanned seven albums and over a decade of performances.
The compressed “future metal” of Fear Factory mixed with the more singable parts of Strapping Young Lad (more accurately, Devin’s solo stuff). Pretty cool.
As all Rasputina albums should be: Reeking of mold and moss, terrible, rusting metal tools and the fascination of limb loss.
Dark Thirty starts off strong, but gets bogged down after a while in sludgy mid-tempo yowl. Production is as thick as steak, and just as juicy with blood.
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