Metal Massacre 14 – Review

April 29, 2016

34 years and 13 volumes later, Metal Massacre 14 compiles a new wave of artists all sharing a true metal mindset. Strictly old-school denim and leather stuff.

Seattle Noise Vol. 1 – Review

July 4, 2014

Good to Die has been putting out dirty, heavy and straight-up “authentic” sounding rock and metal for a few years, and this 14-song comp is a great sampler.

Intended Play 2012 – Review

May 25, 2012

In January, Matador released Intended Play 2012, a sampler LP of new and classic songs from various artists for the outrageous sum of $1.98.

Johnny Cash Remixed – Review

June 1, 2009

Snoop Dogg’s slaughter of “I Walk the Line” is unforgivable. Other remixes are cool, simply because they’re left alone, just beats and flourishes added.

Thrashing Like A Maniac – Review

February 1, 2009

16 cuts of shredding metal. It has names ya know and names ya don’t, plus little photos, a blurb, a web link, and “courtesy of” credits if not on Earache.

I Killed Punk Rock – Review

February 1, 2008

Ex-Ransom member and serial blogger Mikey Von Ransom shows his off his collection highlighted by Turbo A.C.’s, Lower Class Brats, Clit 45, and The Sleazies.

Cover Your Tracks – Review

July 20, 2007

New Deep Elm artists covering old Deep Elm classics… ooooooh boy, this is gonna get ugly. Cold, hard proof that the glorious ’90s are long, long gone.

Play – Review

June 22, 2007

Play can be enjoyed by anyone between one and 101. It isn’t aimed to placate children “just for the time being”: It’s meant to stay with you as you grow up.

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