Bob Rea: Ragged Choir

Bob Rea’s Ragged Choir album is a bastardization of modern roots music. Each song is overtly dramatic and full of awful lyrics that make it seem like a comedy album. His cartoonish posturing has put Bob Rea int...

Your Youth: Aloha

Indie darlings Your Youth are back with a small batch of songs on Aloha, an EP that has six strong examples of their sound and songwriting. Lo-fi in it’s own way, the EP is fuzzy sounding, poppy, and overtly in...
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Disturbed: Nu Metal Godfathers

Disturbed, are putting out another album that doesn’t have “Down with the Sickness” on it; however, they’re sure to play that song alongside Avenged Sevenfold on the Rockstar Energy Drink Uproar Fest. Frat boys...
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March of Dimes: Bikers for Babies

March of Dimes: Bikers for Babies is an event that will take place on Thurs. Aug. 29 at the Staten Island Mall. The event looks to raise awareness and fight birth defects, premature birth, and infant mortality....
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The Binary Code: Computer Savvy Metal

The Binary Code writes crushing heavy metal songs that are technical and brutal. It’s as if every riff and scream channels the anger and frustration of a million computer programmers, or worse, a million techni...

Dystrophy: Chains of Hypocrisy

There are few metal bands that can truly create an engaging sound and sustain it throughout an entire album. There are even fewer bands that bring an energy and focus to that sound and give it everything they’v...

Black Mountain: Wilderness Heart

It’s Xmas Eve and you still haven’t gotten a present for your mother. You’ve been racking your brain for hours trying to come up with something good, something she’ll like and use and be happy with. Alas, nothi...
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Voodoo Terror Tribe: The Evil Dead

Heavy metal band Voodoo Terror Tribe has just released their new album, Symptoms of Sin, and is playing a handful of shows in support of it. Will there be an army of zombies raised from the dead and attracted t...