An interview with vocalist Lou Koller
Some tunes grab me by the ears and throw me around the room. Others sound like tunes from the Stone Temple scrap heap.
Ruby Red is another engaging disc that will succeed in the dorms, while “Special Ed” and “Drive-By Kiss” are sure to court the radio airwaves.
Straight-ahead alternative rock played by men who use voice synthesizers and who don’t suck elephant cock. Being slated by some as a possible “next big thing.”
Man, I’m a sucker for intense female vocalists. Annie Preven sings her ass off on Ednaswap’s self-titled CD. The girl’s got rhythm.
An interview with Tad Doyle
A dumb name doesn’t necessarily belie a bad band. Deep Six is a sharp, jagged pop album, laden with hooks and clever wordplay. A killer album.
Scratch The Surface oozes with the nastiness and aggression of the badlands of NYC as only true hardcore outfit Sick Of It All can serve it up.
An interview with singer Neil Fallon and drummer Jean-Paul Gaster
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