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Peter Murphy ‘Lion’ Review

Peter Murphy ‘Lion’ Review; melodramatic Goth vocalist roars mightily on his latest release. ‘Lion’, Peter Murphy’s 10th album is produced by Killing Joke bassist Youth, and his influence is front and center on opening track ‘Hang Up.’ Dark electronic beats and skittering guitars send former Bauhaus frontman into abrasive liftoff; his sonorous baritone reduced to a […]

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Killing Joke’s Jaz Coleman Disappears After Tirade

Killing Joke’s Jaz Coleman Disappears After Tirade UPDATED 8/13/12: Well apparently Jaz Coleman has been found alive and well in the Sahara of all places. The Facebook rant against the Cult has yet to be fully explained, but Coleman asserts he was impersonated. But he said they will not be on the tour, which totally […]

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Top 40 Darkest Rock Albums Part 2

Top 40 Darkest Rock Albums Part 2

Top 40 darkest rock albums Part 2 Off we go with the 2nd installment of my list of the darkest albums ever made. Click here to read Part 1 if you haven’t already, so you can see what you’ve missed. If you want to preview or purchase any of the entries, clicking on the album name […]

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The Top 40 Most Underrated Guitarists in Rock Part 3

The Top 40 Most Underrated Guitarists in Rock Part 3 Okay, so now that you’ve read part 1, and part 2, we just have 15 of the most underrated guitarists in rock to go. If you want to own any of their material, just click ontheir album image to take you to Amazon. Off we […]

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The Top 40 Most Underrated Singers in Rock Part 1

The Top 40 Most Underrated Singers in Rock Part 1

  The Top 40 Most Underrated Singers in Rock Part 1 Awhile back I did the Top 15 Lyricists in Alternative Rock. I decided its time to tackle another list, and this time to focus on vocalists. For my money, a great rock vocalist should do any or all of the following; make you feel […]

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Killing Joke MMXII Album Review

Killing Joke MMXII Album Review

  Killing Joke MMXII Album Review Killing Joke is that rare band that seems to get better as they age.  They never seem complacent and still have energy and vigor to spare, unlike many artists who tend to phone it in after losing their focus and initial success. Their unique sonic stew, a mix of […]

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Prong Carved Into Stone Review

Prong Carved Into Stone Review

Prong Carved Into Stone Review: It’s been almost 6 years since we last heard from Prong. Guest duties in Ministry and Danzig have preoccupied frontman and lead guitarist Tommy Victor and sidelined his labor of love, but now they return with their new album ‘Carved Into Stone’ (out April 24th on Steamhammer/SPV Records). I’m a […]

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Why the Mix-Tape will never die

Why the Mix-Tape will never die

Ah, the Mix-tape: We don’t think much about cassettes anymore. They were inherently a horrible medium for sound quality. Every time you played one you’d get audio loss,  eventually warped sound, or in the worst case, a snapped ribbon of tape meaning one more piece of plastic chucked in the trash, resting in a landfill […]

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Killing Joke 2012 Album preview

Killing Joke 2012 Album preview

  Killing Joke 2012 Album preview: Update:* I’ve recently posted a review of this album. Check it out here. It’s rare that a band more than 30 years into their career creates new material that is as strong as their initial work, but Killing Joke still appears to be firing on all cylinders. One of the […]

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