Darkest Hour – Deliver Us – Review

September 1, 2007

Darkest Hour successfully bridge the gap between Americore and tasty Swedish delicacies of death. I still favor the Swedes. Devin Townsend produced.

Aiden – Rain in Hell – Review

March 12, 2007

Just because Aiden wear eyeliner and cheerleading gossip queens wet their panties over them doesn’t mean they blow. They’re fun, and this EP/DVD shows that.

Catch 22 – Live – Review

June 13, 2005

Ska bands are generally the most captivating bands live. Catch 22 don’t stop or slow down for 21 tracks. How did that audience last?

Straylight Run – Review

April 25, 2005

In 2002, John Nolan and Shaun Cooper left Taking Back Sunday and formed Straylight Run with Nolan’s sister, keyboardist Michelle, and drummer Will Noon.

Giles – Review

April 13, 2005

Between the Buried and Me are passable metalcore, with glimmers of interesting. This is an experimental electro side project of the singer. It’s horrid.

A Perfect Murder – Unbroken – Review

December 13, 2004

A Perfect Murder’s debut can best be described as “typical” and/or “generic,” with hard-driving strides of metallic goodness peppered throughout the album.

Atreyu – The Curse – Review

November 1, 2004

Atreyu’ve been combining Arch Enemy guitar wails with hardcore rumbling since ’01, recently overtaken by Shadows Fall, Killswitch Engage, and Avenged Sevenfold.

Snapcase – Bright Flashes – Review

July 12, 2004

When a band releases a hodge-podge of new tracks, remixes, and covers, they’re trying to stay in the spotlight. That said, Snapcase always delivers the goods.

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