Review: Carcass – Choice Cuts

Review: Carcass – Choice Cuts

Carcass Choice Cuts Earache Records The “best of” Carcass, Choice Cuts, is being released nine years after they put out their last album, Swansong—now that’s timing for you! Of the

Review: Crisis – Like Sheep Led To Slaughter

Review: Crisis – Like Sheep Led To Slaughter
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Crisis Like Sheep Led To Slaughter The End Records It’s been seven years since the last album from Crisis. They’ve just released their latest, Like Sheep Led To Slaughter, and

Review: Peccatum – Lost In Reverie

Review: Peccatum – Lost In Reverie
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Peccatum Lost in Reverie The End Records Norway’s Peccatum are back four years after their last album, Amor Fati, with Lost In Reverie. This album was written and performed by

Review: Frost – Raise Your Fist To Metal

Review: Frost – Raise Your Fist To Metal
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Frost* Raise Your Fist To Metal Noise Records   As if it’s not bad enough Jack Frost named his solo album Raise Your Fist To Metal, he’s also pictured on

Record And Tape Reviews: August 1991

Record And Tape Reviews: August 1991
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The Pixies continue to move forward in their musical legacy, improving on their former style and adding new brilliance to their recording career. … read more

Notes From The Industrial Underground: August 1991

Notes From The Industrial Underground: August 1991
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As for Fad Gadget, they wrote many of the catchiest techno-pop songs of the early eighties and were ripped-off by any number of less-talented and untalented bands. … read more

Record Reviews: July 1991

Record Reviews: July 1991
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I know, you’re all getting sick of me touting Jello’s virtues. Tough shit, since this is one you cannot miss! … read more

Record Reviews: June 1991

Record Reviews: June 1991
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Dinosaur JR – Green Mind  The first I heard of Dinosaur JR was their cover of The Cure’s “Just Like Heaven.” I thought Robert Smith had redone the song, making

Record Reviews: May 1991

Record Reviews: May 1991
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Pale Saints prove that they can overcome any musical barriers or cliches and make songs laden with feeling and rich in emotion. … read more

Record Reviews: April 1991

Record Reviews: April 1991
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What? Another Morrissey album? So soon? Yes, some will jump for joy, others will turn their heads and wretch. … read more