Texas In July – Review

December 7, 2012

Once past the disappointment that this isn’t an Alice Cooper cover, “Bed of Nails” is a pretty cool slice of lean metalcore from this young Pennsylvania crew.

Texas In July – Music Stream

December 7, 2012

Once past the disappointment that this isn’t an Alice Cooper cover, “Bed of Nails” is a pretty cool slice of lean metalcore from this young Pennsylvania crew.

HRVRD – Cardboard Houses – Review

November 12, 2012

From North Carolina, pretty new band, first release on a label of note, but there’s just not a lot to talk about with “Cardboard Houses.”

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.

Circa Survive – Juturna – Review

June 7, 2005

Everyone thinks that’s a girl singing. It’s a dude named Anthony Green, who was in Saosin. He teamed up with a childhood friend, fresh out of This Day Forward.

Bane – The Note – Review

May 26, 2005

I’ve never cared much for most of Bane’s songs, but they sometimes surprise me. Like the end of “Swan Song,” the part with the group shouts and a vocal cameo.

Vaux – Plague Music – Review

February 21, 2005

The metal edge is chamfered by dramatic soaring Goth rock progressions and honed with Sabbath crunch. Spacey electronic squeaks put a modern stamp on the piece.

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