Grave – Enraptured – Review

March 30, 2007

One of Swedish death metal’s founding fathers, but they’ve never had their live show properly documented. Grave sound more menacing and crushing here than ever.

Anathema – A Moment in Time – Review

March 1, 2007

Jonesin’ for prog metal? The new concert DVD from Anathema should do the trick. Like Dream Theater fronted by Gavin Rossdale, with all of the pros and cons.

Fuck the System – Review

January 5, 2007

As a tattoo-covered punk scumbag, Rob Rotten has taking punks, skaters, and skins to places Suicide Girls wouldn’t dare.

Motörhead – Stage Fright – Review

December 8, 2006

Britain’s loudest three-piece has never been filmed with such clean sound. The bonus disc is festooned with interesting interviews and hilarious roadie stories.

Lollilove – Review

November 10, 2006

Lollilove is about a couple that passes out lollipops to the homeless in order to transform their lives with happy sayings.

The Children – Review

November 10, 2006

Ever since my Grandmother saw it and told me never to watch it, I searched for “the flick with the killer kids with black fingernails.”

Luther the Geek – Review

November 10, 2006

The tale unfolds when a youngster is haunted by traumatic memories of a circus geek doing his bloody thang, and years later, is released from an institution.

Body Count – Live in L.A. – Review

October 27, 2006

The usual solid mix of BC-centric anthems, creepy ruminations on love, and some “timely” thoughts on religion and “dirty bombs,” with few surprises.

Andrew W.K. – Who Knows? – Review

September 9, 2006

This is this man’s deepest and most sincere expression of himself. It just so happens that he’s also able to write arena rock songs that cannot be refused.

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