Local Reviews August 2004

Local Reviews August 2004

Reviews of Local albums for August 2004! … read more

Local Review: Ichor – Metal Bigotry

Local Review: Ichor – Metal Bigotry
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Ichor Metal Bigotry The lo-fi sound recording and instrument playing of Ichor’s unrefined, jugular-choking death metal is about at Mayhem-and-Burzum level (sometimes the guitars and drums need to make friends

Review: Jungle Rot – Fueled By Hate

Review: Jungle Rot – Fueled By Hate
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Jungle Rot Fueled By Hate Century Media Jungle Rot is back with their third full-length release, Fueled By Hate. Is it really three different albums, or is it the same

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

Local Reviews: The Fantazmic Four

Local Reviews: The Fantazmic Four
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The Fantazmic Four Self-titled Ha Style Records The Fantazmic Four = Run DMC + Fu-Schnickens If one is specific enough to label some DJs turntablists, then The Fantazmic Four (Ben

Local Review: November Tide – Jargon Sunset

Local Review: November Tide – Jargon Sunset
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November Tide Jargon Sunset Nova One Productions November Tide = Ron L. Hubbard + Roses & Exile It’s amazing the variety of projects Chris Alvarado takes on, from the black

Local Review: Gerald Music – Take Part of Group Activities

Local Review: Gerald Music – Take Part of Group Activities
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GERALD MUSIC TAKE PART IN GROUP ACTIVITIES Gerald Music = Temporary Residence Records + William Gibson’s Pattern Recognition + yin-yang My favorite part of Gerald Music is the silver, fawn-soft