Nothing

Nothing

Guilty of Everything by Nothing (Relapse Records) I am often interested in learning the past accomplishments of bands, especially when their current sound is vastly different than earlier in their career.  Domenic Palermo, vocalist for recent Relapse signees Nothing, previously fronted hardcore group... more

Reverend Horton Heat

Reverend Horton Heat

REV by Reverend Horton Heat (Victory Records) Get in, strap up and hold on tight for a kickass ride full of rockabilly and roots rock from the trio of singer/guitarist Jim Heath, bassist Jimbo Wallace and drummer Scott Churilla as they present REV,  their 11th album and first in four years.  REV warms... more

Bad Religion

Bad Religion

Christmas Songs by Bad Religion (Epitaph Records) Fast and inspired, this is truly a Bad Religion sounding guitar punk record. The one special thing about it is that these are made up of some Christmas standards and some not so heard of all the time Christmas songs.  It really fits the theme for what... more

Less Than Jake

Less Than Jake

See The Light by Less Than Jake (Fat Wreck Chords) See The Light is Less Than Jake’s ninth studio full length record and second for Fat Wreck Chords. It should be noted that Less Than Jake has been a band now for 21 years and have seen and done it all and even have gone back again. High energy,... more

The Suit

The Suit

All Along EP by The Suit (Self-released) From Fargo, North Dakota, The Suit is ready to rock your world with a dynamic new four song EP entitled All Along.  Mixing up hardcore reveries with extremely infectious pop punk interludes, one size does indeed fit all when it comes to the musical presentation... more

02/28/13 by  
Filed under Bands, CD Reviews, Music, Punk, Reviews, The Suit

Bleach Blonde

Bleach Blonde

Bleach Blonde EP by Bleach Blonde (Rise Records) From the smoldering ashes of Drop, Dead Gorgeous rises Bleach Blonde, an unexpected yet spiraling surprise that will leave the listener spinning with delight. Not at all in the post hardcore genre, Bleach Blonde present their own imaginative take on... more

Less Than Jake

Less Than Jake

Greetings & Salutations by Less Than Jake (Fat Wreck Chords) From Gainesville the ska quintet known as Less Than Jake are back with a CD on Fat Wreck Chords. This collection was originally two EP’s that the band were selling while on tour and then they added a couple new songs to make it a new... more

The Used

The Used

Vulnerable by The Used (Hopeless Records/Anger Music Group) The Used are back with their fifth studio album Vulnerable. Vocalist Bert McCracken delivers great vocal contributions to Vulnerable – his screams can be heard, but deeply felt as well. Opening song I Come Alive shows a literal representation... more

Freshman 15

Freshman 15

Here’s To Feeling Good by Freshman 15 (Standby Records) Based out of Atlanta, GA, Freshman 15 have endured lineup changes as well as participated in countless cross countries tours supporting their 2009 release Throw Up Your Hands For One Night Stands.  Now in 2012, the band returns with an all out... more

03/03/12 by  
Filed under Bands, CD Reviews, Freshman 15, Music, Punk, Reviews

Anti-Flag

Anti-Flag

The General Strike by Anti-Flag (Side One Dummy Records) Political antics is something not estranged to Anti-Flag. The only difference is that Anti-Flag has never beaten around the bush at it. They try and stay as politically and as up to date as possible. They are the band that stands up and wants a... more

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