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

 
Sixx:A.M. - The Heroin Diaries book and soundtrack
This is brutal honesty from a man who has died twice and come back to life. His diaries started in 1986, and if there is any reason that he published this book, it’s to prove to the younger generation of musicians and non musicians that drugs and alcohol do not cover up the pain, it just makes it worse.
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Paris Luna - City Lights
Paris Luna, therefore, wants to invoke from their listeners an air of romantic mystery, of endless possibility and lyrical magic, of ideological absolutes and that unfathomable je ne sais quoi.
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Korn - Live at Montreux DVD
This performance by Korn, on July 5 of 2004, allegedly marked the first major mosh pit ever to form in the festival's history at the famous Stravinski Auditorium.
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Indigo Girls - Despite Our Differences
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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Discrete Encounter - 2B1
Discrete Encounter’s 2B1 is a ride straight into the future of electronic music, complete with trippy visuals, sonic cross-dressing, and a categorical rebellion from the status quo.
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City Sleeps - Not An Angel
These guys are the perfect blend of tattoos, angst, and mainstream accessibility that fuels the adrenaline pumped soundtrack of our culture, and they do it with both style and effortless potency.
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Cat Power - Jukebox
Wasn’t it Pablo Picasso who originally said, “Good artists copy. Great artist steal.”? Then it follows, I imagine, that it takes a truly amazing artist to steal a song, deconstruct it down into a million tiny parts and then build it back again as a whole new creation. Chan Marshall has done nothing less on her latest release, “Jukebox”, for Matador Records.
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ANew Revolution - Rise
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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Jessi Lynn - Capturing A Moment Live
With 13 Grammy nominations under her belt, you would think that you might have heard of Jessi Lynn by now.
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Y-O-U - Flashlights
While taken at surface level, “Flashlights” is a completely entertaining and enjoyable listen, but clearly these guys have more to offer than any surface could hold. Layers upon layers of metaphor and sound create a densely packed smorgasbord of kooky ideas and commentaries on the strange, politically charged times we live in.
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The Dollyrots - Because I'm Awesome
Look, it would be super easy to dismiss The Dollyrots as one of those pretty pop/punk sellouts that make the kind of music that horrifies anyone with half a brain.
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Straight Line Stitch - When Skies Wash Ashore
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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Otep - the Ascension
Death metal does confront things that we are afraid to look at, and gives the listener a sense of power. Otep's brand of metal confronts EVERYTHING we are afraid to look at with a melodic and powerful presence.
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The Myriad
So, with large amounts of fear and loathing (and not nearly enough..ughh, tobacco)-I placed With Arrows, With Poise into my CD player and lined up many tobacco cigarettes. –To my surprise, I found that I actually liked The Myriad.
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Puddle Of Mudd - Famous
I will say it’s flawless, beautiful and straight to the point. It has that good southern rock influences, but it does a great job of presenting it’s rage as well. It shows that four people can collaborate in such a way as to create a masterpiece, and this is the result.
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Seether - Finding Beauty In Negative Spaces
“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.” - Shaun Morgan
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Crash Romeo - Gave Me The Clap
Even though this is their first album, it’s well put together, cleanly master and properly engineered. For a freshman album it ranks up their with the Greenday /Offspring debuts.
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Uncrowned - Devils and Angels EP
I remember the first time I saw Jack Andrad; back then he was still a young man - he had spiked blond hair, and I remember the band and how they used to be. They were the very definition of Atlanta’s metal scene: what State of Man did for the emo/rock scene for Atlanta, Jack and the boys were doing that for the metal scene in Atlanta.
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Shooter Jennings - The Wolf
Just don’t respect him as only a sexy creature with a great ass and great face. Respect him for his music and talent. That’s all he wants, just like his father.
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Disturbed - Indestructible
I can truly see why every time Disturbed puts out an album it hits number one on the charts. They are honest and don’t hold back on their feelings. If you can catch them on the Mayhem tour, you would be wise to not miss it for a million dollars – they are that good.
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Poison
This album is a massive hit, you could not ask for more memories flowing through your head listening to this album and remembering seeing them all live back in the day. It is not an album of sadness, but an album of joy and fun, and it brings back that feeling of being young and rebellious teenagers and thanks to Poison for giving it back to us.
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Micah P. Hinson - The Red Empire Orchestra
I just can’t stop talking about him. The big metal-head I am, as you all know me as, and here I am reduced to tears by Micah P. Hinson.
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Circle II Circle
I am shocked that this album did not hit the charts at least in the top 5. Problem is the country, or more specifically the music industry does not want to hear the true feelings of musicians about what is going on in this world. They want happy jolly songs, when right now we are in the middle of another Nam. We need Circle II Circle to open our eyes.
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REO Speedwagon
Music is music; this is a tribute to anyone who needs to learn to find believe in yourself above everything else.
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Withered
They are truly one of Atlanta’s original doom metal bands, and just because I am friends with them don’t think it means I am going to give them a kick ass review - it will be an honest review.
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Kerli
Her music, much like the stunningly beautiful Estonia-born lady herself, is a melting pot of fairytale contradictions and is light years away from being easily definable.
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Alice Cooper - Along Came a Spider
It is true what Groucho Marx said, Alice is the last of the Vaudeville greats.
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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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