September Feature Band: Strangers

September Feature Band: Strangers
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One minute Strangers’ music will sound like the 70s hard-driving rock n’ roll, and then will move to a number which could have been influenced by The English Beat. This diversity keeps their music interesting. … read more

August Feature Band: Slaughterchrist

August Feature Band: Slaughterchrist
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The Slaughterchrist boys are heavy. They make Metallica look like little old ladies driving to church. Check out this interview with them from 1990. … read more

Tape Reviews: August 1990

Tape Reviews: August 1990
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This August 1990 Tape Reviews features albums from The Colour Theory and Danzig. … read more

Interview: Ramones

Interview: Ramones
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The Ramones are frequently called the fathers of punk and claim to be influential in the speedmetal scene. Check out this interview with the lead singer Joey Ramone. … read more

The Metal Scene: Scatterbrain

The Metal Scene: Scatterbrain
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The Speedway Cafe hosted Truce and Scatterbrain on Thursday, July 12. It was a fine show, all in all, even though it was played to a less than capacity crowd. … read more

Fugazi: The Second Coming

Fugazi: The Second Coming
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The Speedway doors were blown wide with the rhythmic powers of Fugazi, opened by Insight and The Stench. Needless to say, the place went bat-shit. … read more

Feature Band: Wondercrash

Feature Band: Wondercrash
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Whether heard recorded or live, Wondercrash’s music says it all: guitar based rock n’ roll with the energy of a 95-mile-per-hour train wreck. … read more

Tape Reviews July 1990

Tape Reviews July 1990
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These tape reviews from July 1990 feature the latest releases from bands like Strangers, Truce, Gwar and Brainstorm. … read more

Interview: Savatage

Interview: Savatage
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Savatage, one of the best heavy, almost speed-metal, bands, played at Rafters on Wednesday night. Before the show, I spoke with the lead singer, Jon Oliva. … read more

The Mission UK Review/Interview

The Mission UK Review/Interview
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The Mission put on a show that was nothing short of a religious experience. Intricate guitar work and powerful vocals made this the best show of the year. … read more