Thumb – 3 – Review

February 22, 2002

Thumb were doing the rap metal thing before it was fashionable, so time-served gives these German lads a bit of cred in a genre with absolutely none.

Burning Heads – Escape – Review

April 1, 2001

Burning Heads and Kill Your Idols have been around the block more times than New Schoolers change their baggy pants in one day, so don’t even front.

OS101 – Pura Vida – Review

September 1, 2000

Feel the way hardcore first made you feel when you were a kid (7 Seconds, Descendents, etc.). Check out “No Clue” for some sweet harmonies.

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.

Greyarea – Fanbelt Algebra – Review

June 1, 2000

If you thought Black Train Jack had great sing-alongs, think again. (Ex-members of BTJ, Warzone, Token Entry, Crown of Thornz, and No Redeeming Social Value.)

Grade – Under the Radar – Review

January 1, 2000

Enough raw aggression to qualify as hardcore, enough melodies to be worshiped by emo geeks, enough rock to be embraced by the punk community.

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