Skinny Puppy – HanDover – Review

July 1, 2012

Skinny Puppy are as wild and weird as ever on their 14th album. The big beats of “Village” stand on their own, but they’re just one of many puzzle pieces.

Freakangel – Let It All End – Music Stream

July 1, 2012

“It’s an album about all of us… how brain-dead we act in this dying world of ours, how we have lost faith in ourselves and how we prefer to believe in television nonsense and pseudo-Gods.”

Wino & Jennifer Herrema – Review

July 1, 2012

Doom legend Scott “Wino” Weinrich teams up with Jennifer Herrema of Royal Trux for this Rolling Stones cover. “Sway” does just that.

Tallhart – Bloodlines – Review

July 1, 2012

Tampa-based Tallhart are the first band released by Say Anything’s Max Bemis’ Rory Records through Equal Vision. And it doesn’t sound like Say Anything.

Suicide Inside – Homicide – Review

July 1, 2012

An eclectic blend of aggressive electronic music and furious industrial rock, with heavy breakbeats, rhythmic noise, and Natasha’s razor-sharp provocative female vocals.

Stray – Letting Go – Review

July 1, 2012

Second release by Erica Dunham of Unter Null’s side project. One can perceive hope and light at the end of this trancey tunnel.

Sigh – In Somniphobia – Review

July 1, 2012

Extreme noise bringers from Japan, Sigh have run the gamut of styles over their 20+ years, from black metal to progressive to avant-garde.

Pennywise – All Or Nothing – Review

July 1, 2012

Epitaph vets Pennywise rock like they’ve got something to prove on All Or Nothing, their first album without founding singer Jim Lindberg in two decades.

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