The Evens – Review

September 30, 2005

A new project by two of indie rock’s brightest (Ian MacKaye and Amy Farina), channeling all of what they’ve learned into a new band. That just happens to rule.

The Dissociatives – Review

September 30, 2005

Esteemed electronica artist Paul Mac began collaborating with Silverchair guitarist/vocalist Daniel Johns on what would become The Dissociatives.

Overkill – Relix IV – Review

September 30, 2005

A killer thrash metal record: Well-written, precisely-executed, with a down and dirty, raw production style. These New Jersey veterans sound hungry.

Enslaved – Isa – Review

September 30, 2005

Heaps of praise for this forward-thinking original Norse black metal “Viking” band, Enslaved, now with three beloved, multi-dimensional albums in a row.

Burn The Priest – Review

September 30, 2005

Back in 1998, Lamb Of God were called Burn The Priest and emerged out of Richmond, with an indie debut that should’ve dented more industry heads than it did.

Red Lights Flash – Free – Review

September 30, 2005

Urgent, thrilling, consuming. The Red Lights’ third full-length is driven by the impossible drumming of the machine-man known only as Constantin.