Baby Gopal – Fearless – Review

November 1, 1996

Irresistible charm, poignant lyrics, and enough twisty song writing so that only occasionally does the high-sugar mixture glob into sap.

Victory Style – Review

May 1, 1996

The compilation includes standards from Earth Crisis and Snapcase, veterans Warzone and Cause For Alarm, and the newest Victory bands One Life Crew and Deadguy.

Strife – “Grey” – Review

April 1, 1996

Straight-edge hardcore played balls-out with no annoying attempt at being musically “progressive.” There’s also no melody and no slow mosh parts.

Guilt – Bardstown Ugly Box – Review

December 1, 1995

Guilt are low, mean, noisy, and yet musical, and heavy. You might even say “spooky.” Their songs range from blasts of hardcore rage to scores of sadness.

Snapcase – Steps – Review

September 1, 1995

Hardcore with metal crunch is a popular trend recently. A super-thick bass line leads raging, and often distorted, vocals and rich guitar harmonies.

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