Seether: Finding Beauty In Negative Spaces
Seether: Finding Beauty In Negative Spaces / Seether
Shaun Morgan: "I would like to thank family, friends, bands and fans across the world thank you for helping me and my family through this tough time. Eugene, I will miss you forever and keep you in my heart. I love you, little brother. Rest in Peace."
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Straight Line Stitch: When Skies Wash Ashore
Straight Line Stitch: When Skies Wash Ashore / Straight Line Stich.
Her multi-octave range frenzies as hard as any dude behind a mike, and easily transitions into a soulful, nearly R&B singing style that makes SLS totally unique in what they bring to the table.
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Hatebreed's Jamey Jasta
Hatebreed's Jamey Jasta / Hatebreed
Well, my philosophy with the whole label is that I want to work with young bands that are hardworking and they know that they have to do everything themselves. Either you have it or you don't. You're never going to acquire, like, no one's ever going to say to you, "Here you go. Here's record sales and huge tours." You've got to work for it, and either you have that attitude or you don't. That drive, I mean.
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CD Reviews

Danzig
What can you say about a man that has been kept in the dark too long, but deserves massive amounts of love, respect, and adoration for his contributions to the music world? He is one talented motherfucker.
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Tom Petty
Tom Petty said this in an interview, "Nothing historically significant has happened in Rock and Roll since 1974. Nirvana was interesting. I am interested in guitars, and music. I tried to get one of my videos on VH1, and it was turned down because it wasn't a concept video."
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Alice Cooper
Dragontown

This is a fucking true story about how I learned about Alice Cooper. Everyone has some kind of evil sibling; mine was my oldest brother Charlie. He loved Cooper as a teenager. One day I was eight, my friend Raymond came over and we cut up all my brother's monopoly money.
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Pissing Razors
Pissing Razors-Live In The Devil's Triangle

"Hey you fuck, we need a band name."
"-yeah, FUCK YOU!"
"Did you hear Loco has the fucking clap? He says its like pissing fucking razors."
"Pissing Razors?"
"That's it! Pissing Razors."

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Over Kill
Over Kill is ANOTHER great band Sharon Osbourne left out of Ozzfest. Maybe it is time to start DanzigFest 2003, and let metal reincarnate from its ashes. We all know the corporate world pushed metal into the fucking grave.
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Marilyn Manson
Marilyn Manson: The Guns, God, and Government World Tour DVD

This is from the Eagle Rock Entertainment's press release regarding the new Manson DVD: "This will help you see what it's like to be nailed to his wrecking ball," says Manson. Hey Marilyn, do you have some sort of delusion

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Napalm Death
Napalm Death, Order of The Leech

Napalm Death rains fire with Order of the Leech. Napalm is a political death march punk band. Punk never asks us to think. Punk just asks us to be angry, with the exception of Napalm. Order of the Leech is fast, hard, and smart. Fans of earlier Napalm work will not be

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Cathedral
Cathedral's Seventh Coming

Ex-Nalpalm Death man Lee Dorian delivers monster vocals on Cathedral's new offering to the gods of fucking darkness, The VII Coming. Garry Jennings (guitar)

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Thundercore
The Five Fucking Deaths of Thundercore
www.thundercore.com

Bret Simmons (vocals)
Rob Mason (guitars)
Dan Morley (guitars)
Stacy Copas (drums)
Chris Morley (bass)

Album: Five Deaths


The vocalist of Thundercore, Bret Simmons, is like a combination of Bobby Blitz and Dave Mustane. The guitars of Mason and the Morley brothers remind me of the guitars in Kiss and OVER KILL. I can hear shades of D.D. Verni, Jimmy Page, Joe Perry, and Stevie Ray Vaughn. Stacy Copas could hang with D.T. of Andrew W.K. Thundercore's music is a throwback to AC/DC, but heavier. It screams take, give us a try. It is angry, heavy, and raw. It is fucking bitching. It is grindcore like Napalm Death. It is metal like OVER KILL. This band keeps going. They do not give up.

I would go to see them in concert. I think they deserve a major label. They should open for OVER KILL. The East would be meeting the Midwest, and what a very cool combination that would be. It would be a kick ass tour, and a rare combination.

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Black Earth

Black Earth is a dark metal Van Halen with a lead that reminds me of Alice fucking Cooper. Dale Christie should take that as a fucking compliment from MusicIncider. His vocal style varies, but he keeps the Cooper edge. His fucking voice is ass kicking. It beats the shit out of you. It makes you wonder what he is going to do next vocally. He is a fucking strong man. The drum performance reminds me of Lars Ulrich of Metallica. Brian Tonne's drums and Duane Conn's bass are like two perfectly entwined trees rooted together into one fucking power source. Savage and Crider on guitar remind me of Randy Rhoades and Ted Nugent with a little George Thorogood tossed in for good good measure. Those two guitars are like a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, a fantastic fucking mix.

I would lister to their music. I would buy their CD. A label has to pick them up soon before they get lost in the wind. If I were to pick anybody for them to open up for, it would be Alice Cooper. Let's see if Sharon Osbourne can pick them up, and how fast.

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Korn: Twisted Transistor
Korn: Twisted Transistor / Korn
Reviews for Korn's Twisted Transistor will sex up Issue7 soon!
ANew Revolution: Rise
ANew Revolution: Rise / ANew Revolution
The last time I talked to Joey Duenas was Ozzfest 2003. He was a very honest, open and yet shy personality who knew exactly where he wanted to go musically.
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Indigo Girls: Despite Our Differences
Indigo Girls: Despite Our Differences / Indigo Girls
I've had "Despite Our Differences" now for over a year and I never get tired of it. It is perfect driving music; melodious anthems for feelin' free, inspired, and ready to change the world.
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