Victory Style – 5 – Review

November 11, 2002

In between old-timers dropping by, Victory Style 5 is the label introducing their new signees. For your “cover every subgenre” needs, look no further.

Strife – Angermeans – Review

June 28, 2002

The new disc is a bit of a letdown. Far from explosive and groundbreaking like their earlier releases, Angermeans is good Strife, not great Strife.

Victory Style – 4 – Review

June 1, 2000

After what seems like an eternity of tough guy, chug-a-lug metalcore releases, Victory is getting back to what the label does best: Variety.

Decampitated – Review

June 1, 1999

Funny combination: B-flick horror movie theme (which doesn’t take itself too seriously) with metallic hardcore (which takes itself way too seriously).

Victory Singles – Review

November 1, 1998

A collection of singles from the last few years by Snapcase, Hi Fi and the Roadburners, Strife, Integrity, Psywarfare, Blood for Blood, and Damnation A.D..

Cinema Beer Nuts – Review

December 1, 1997

As with any mixed bag of nuts, some are savory, some are bitter, some are almost candy sweet, and a handful can be swallowed without really noticing any taste.

Anti-Matter Compilation – Review

February 1, 1997

Previously unreleased stuff from Quicksand, Supertouch, Farside, and Strife, as well as a live version of “Don’t Gotta Prove It” from CIV.

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