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Acid Tiger – Self-Titled Album Review

Acid Tiger have something to strut, for sure. Their self-titled debut, featuring Ben Koller from Converge on the drums, is a psychedelic mind trick — equal parts funky riffs, southern rock, and progressive rock all jumbled together in a mind-bogglingly cohesive fashion. The album effortlessly jogs between all the genres.   The opening track, “The...Read...
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Rise And Fall – Our Circle Is Vicious Album Review

“Seethe” is my favorite adjective when it comes to describing hardcore. To seethe is to become violently agitated and excited. Not merely agitated, but violently agitated. Belgium’s Rise And Fall are seething on their new album, Our Circle Is Vicious. From the opening back-handed slap that are “Soul Slayer” and “Built on Graves,” it is...Read...
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Doomriders – Darkness Comes Alive Album Review

I will hide nothing about the fact that I think anything and everything having to do with Converge makes any hardcore/metal album instantly better. So, the triple whammy of Converge-ness that the second full-length Doomriders dishes out Darkness Comes Alive is bound to make me an insta-fan. Released by Deathwish Inc, produced by Kurt Ballou,...Read...
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Lewd Acts – Black Eye Blues Album Review

The only time I saw the hardcore quartet Lewd Acts, the band basically got booted off the stage in approximately 15 minutes for its destructive tendencies — in a volunteer-run, all-ages venue, nonetheless! Needless to say, I was interested in what a band can sound like to make it so destructive. Calling their latest offering...Read...
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Narrows – New Distances Album Review

I’ll admit right off the bat that this might not be the most unbiased review. As a massive fan of the heavy monstrosity that was Botch, any CD with a sticker that says for fan of Botch or any band featuring ex-members of Botch will find its way into my rotation almost immediately. Same goes...Read...
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