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Album Review: Mastodon – Emperor of Sand

Article by: Steven Principato   Progressive rock never really died, it simply got meaner with the times. Occasionally, it even dresses up like a metal band. In presumption of some higher obligation to continue their 17 year reign as one of humanity’s last bastions in popular progressive rock, Mastodon bestows upon us

Album Review: Satan Takes A Holiday – Aliens

Article by: Steven Principato   Hardly sparing us a subtle or gradual introduction to their fourth studio release, titled simply Aliens, Satan Takes A Holiday tosses the a cinder block through the listener’s windshield judging only by the heavy-handed ferocity of their opening track “Good Cop, Bad Cop." Obviously taking no holidays of

Album Review: Nick Nash – Fear of Perdition

Article by: Bylle Breaux   Twenty something singer/songwriter, Nick Nash, tip-toes surreptitiously onto the Americana scene like a “Wolf in the Wheat,” which is also the title of one of his songs on his new E.P., “Fear of Perdition.”  Now living in Nashville and more than halfway through a law degree from


Article by: Sydney Rush   Lilah Larson, NYC based musician has just released her first solo album, Pentimento, which could easily be described as folk but has been given names like heavy meadow, future folk, and cosmic American which are all wildly accurate. Pentimento is a collection of profound lyrics tackling today’s

Review: The Dead Ween Group – The Deaner Album

Article by: Melanie Allen   Mickey Melchiondo of the famous '90s-'00s duo Ween released The Deaner Album late last year, which serves as a sufficient Ween fix for any fan who's missed the pair’s music since their La Cucaracha album was released in 2007. The Dean Ween Group esteems many genres, as does