Def-Con-One – II – Review

February 7, 2014

Pure opening-act mediocrity from the UK. Def-Con-One is a throwback to scores of second stage Ozzfest bands from the late ’90s-early ’00s.

Black God – II – Review

June 1, 2012

Members of Endpoint, By The Grace of God, Black Cross, Coliseum, Initial Records, Young Widows. Dirty rock/hardcore, in case you weren’t paying attention.

Mafia – II – Review

August 25, 2010

As you guide Vito Scaletta from small-time thief through the mob underworld, the seasons, color palette, and even the weather change to shape the mood.

Sasquatch – II – Review

April 20, 2007

Heavy classic-rock power-trio thump, stoner rock by way of Walsh-era James Gang, Red Album-era Grand Funk, and Ted Nugent’s debut.

Sasquatch – II – Review

March 12, 2007

Kind of a no-brainer. Kick-ass, tuneful and soulful rock by shaggy guys who can solo and swagger, and the singer can belt it out. Shared stages with Fireball Ministry, Nebula, Unida, and surely every hard rock and stoner rock band in the country.

The Atomic Bitchwax – II – Review

April 1, 2001

The grooves are hotter, the solos are much tastier, and the period-flavored production is the final masterstroke, pushing the pedal through the floorboard.

Peach – II – Review

December 1, 1995

Another band from Seattle that sounds just like a band from Seattle. I’d throw some names around, but I don’t really want to.