SLUG Magazine’s collection of reviews covering the latest and greatest of Utah-based music, covering all varieties of genre, style and type.
All the news about record releases from R.U. dead, Semaphore, Siren Song and Flatline Records.
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1990-era SLUG Writers Chuckles, Charlee Johnson and more reviewed a handful of records released that year. … read more
Truce are one of the few local bands that are just as good on tape as they are live, who’s fans range from die hard metal fans to punks and skaters. … read more
Fractal Method Fractal Method (excuse me, I mean William Clarke Walker III) is a wizard of pyrotechnical sound manipulation. This reviewer is more than impressed. I’m ecstatic!! If this is
American White Trash by Dinosaur Bones is a great tape—uneven production and flanger abuse are its only flaws. … read more
Are you ready for serrated gashes, abrasive exertion and brutal bites at your soul? Nauvoo ride it to the hilt. … read more
A lot is being said about Love In America by Bachelors being the first CD by a local band. … read more
Skin “n” Bones is more of an attitude than a band. Not the kind of attitudes that manipulate or piss people off like early punk bands. … read more
Slaughterchrist has two vocalists, Mike Mayo (bass & vocals) and Mark Earl (guitar & vocals), who not only share the role but often sing together. … read more
August 1989 Record Reviews featuring Bad Yodelers, Better Way, Truce and The Stench. Don’t miss out on some classics! … read more