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‘Army of Tears’ from The Nameless. I’ve had enough, these salty tears I’ve caught a thousand of them, filled a hundred cups. And bit by bit, they grew and grew So I began to turn them into something new. Every hour of every night My little soldiers drew a breath and came to life. One […]


Remember when all that crazy news about Justin Vernon working with Kanye broke? Remember how we didn’t know what to think? Had Vernon sold out, or was Kanye collaborating with people who could really bring his vision to fruition? Well, Yeezy released “Monster”, which was the first taste anyone got of the Vernon/West collaborations, but […]


This might be my favourite track to come out this year. It’s by Adam Haworth Stephens, who you might know from his work in Two Gallants, and it sounds like if Bob Dylan re-wrote “Another Brick in the Wall”.  It’s off his first solo release, We Live On Cliffs, which is out today. There’s almost […]


Here’s a list of major new releases for the week of September 28 , 2010. Please feel free to request reviews for any of the following albums from staff or contributors. Abigail Williams – In the Absence of Light (Candlelight/Lumberjack) August Burns Red – Home [Live CD/DVD] (Solid State Records) Bad Religion – The Dissent Of […]


you won’t need me where i’m goin


Boston, MA pop-hardcore act Four Year Strong (pictured above) will perform in New York City’s Irving Plaza on October 5 with the insanely strong support line-up of Comeback Kid, the Wonder Years and American Fangs. To be in with a chance of winning a pair of tickets, email your full name along with confirmation that […]


Earlier this week, Katy Perry hauled her autotuned ass to Sesame Street and indulged in a little duet with Elmo on her 2008 hit ‘Hot N Cold.’ Just… um… just… yeah.


OK, this is pretty old (witness the 9.6 million plays), but it really needs to be seen to be believed. You’ll never listen to ‘Total Eclipse of the Heart’ the same way again, and if you’re anything like me it’s a life-altering event on the scale of losing the use of one’s legs. But in […]


Here’s a list of major new releases for the week of September 21 , 2010. Please feel free to request reviews for any of the following albums from staff or contributors. Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson – Soundtrack (Ghostlight) Cam’ron – The U.N. Gunz N’ Butta (E1 Entertainment) Paula Cole – Ithaca (Decca) Billy Currington – Enjoy […]


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Falling Short Blackened Eyes Staring Better Off Dead Take Flotsam and Jetsam have been around for nearly thirty years and have never truly received the attention that they deserve. Some of the blame could be placed on bad timing (Cuatro) or bad productions (When the Storm Comes Down and Dream of Death) – and their […]


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I bet you didn’t see this one coming. International woman of mystery and self-appointed spokesperson for all gay people in the world ever Lady Gaga has recorded a message (not actually an “address” – shoot me) aimed at the United States Senate, appealing for the US military’s “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy to be abolished. […]


The resurgence of thrash continues… Over the last decade metal has made a huge resurgence. This popularity has inspired a lot of bands to make a deliberate return to their roots (Metallica, Megadeth, etc). It has also prompted the reformation of quite a few long-defunct bands from the past (Believer, Anacrusis, etc). You can now […]


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Here’s a list of major new releases for the week of September 14 , 2010. Please feel free to request reviews for any of the following albums from staff or contributors. The Absence – Enemy Unbound (Metal Blade) Accept – Blood of the Nations (Nuclear Blast) Al’ Tariq (The Beatnuts) – God Connections (Traffic Ent. Group) […]


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Singer/songwriter Darren Hanlon is reasonably well-known in his native Australia, but he’s a complete unknown almost everywhere else. So US indie Yep Roc’s decision to fly him over for the big international release treatment is a bit of a risk then, right? Not really. Hanlon’s fifth album, I Will Love You At All, fits snugly […]


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With the events of last week still fresh in my mind, I’ve been able to reflect on the contrasting Guns N’ Roses-related experiences the past couple of months have thrown my way. Last Wednesday, I was treated to the most bizarre concert-going experience of my life, as Axl Rose showed up an hour late for […]


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