Tags » Album Review

Commies vs. AnCaps: Welcome to the Rap Metal Terrordome

Throughout America and the West, the political Left have overwhelmingly dominated the culture through the arts. This dominion extends across the entire sphere of pop and rock music. 1,579 more words

Social Justice

Ami Suzuki: 'Supreme Show' – Album Review

Released: November 12, 2008 (Avex Trax)

Supreme Show is a record I feel that Ami Suzuki had always wanted to make but never had the tools at the time to execute. 740 more words


Ami Suzuki: 'Dolce' – Album Review

Released: February 6, 2008 (Avex Trax)

Ami Suzuki is a name that has never been mentioned in the recent years of J-Pop music. No, not Suzuki the car brand. 709 more words


Album review: Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots (2002) by The Flaming Lips

Rating: 4.5/5

A strange and finely crafted masterpiece. Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots is an unintended concept album that tells the story of one Japanese woman’s battle with cancer. 1,715 more words


HATE - Tremendum

Formed in 1991 from Warsaw, Poland HATE are a death metal band who’s had some numerous lineup changes in the past and the best description of their sound would be a catatonic, satanic, hatred, darkened and anti-Christianity themed style of blackened death metal. 248 more words


Now and Zen: Was it really groundbreaking now or then?

So, this is the one.

This is the album that blew with an Icelandic gusto, chilling the spine of a generation that turned in their bell bottom blues for business shoes. 975 more words

Album Impressions

Album Review: Devotion by Pale Honey

By Michaela Barton (@lowkeypigeon)

Minimalistic rock guitar-drum duo Pale Honey lay bare their innermost reflections in their new broodingly introspective album Devotion. Comprised of Tuva Lodmark (guitar/vocals/songwriter) and Nelly Daltrey (drums/principal songwriter), these friends from Sweden have formed an intense and hypnotic sound. 894 more words