Anti-Flag – The Terror State

I was never a fan of Anti-Flag. One of my good friends loved them, but personally, I could never stand the singer’s voice. This latest album, though, has barely left my CD player since it was given to me a week ago. The Terror State, produced by Tom Morello of Rage Against The Machine/Audioslave, is […]

Audio Bullys – Ego War

Audio Bullys are a young West London pair of blokes taking over the nightclub playground with a whirlwind of reminiscent rhymes and programming blips that range from The Streets rap to Basement Jaxx funk – remade into a new mold of juicy booty dub and ska. Self produced by the Bully duo Simon Franks and […]

Misfits – Project 1950

The Misfits aren’t really the Misfits anymore. You all know that Danzig is long gone, and most recently, Doyle apparently is taking a break due to “personal problems,” leaving Jerry Only to carry the torch. A friend of mine referred to the current incarnation as the Only Misfit, which, though witty, isn’t really fair to […]

In America (Jim Sheridan)

In America

In America (2002, Jim Sheridan) Jim Sheridan (My Left Foot, In The Name Of the Father) and his daughters Naomi and Kirsten co-wrote this semi-autobiographical, poignant story of an Irish family who move to America to seek their fortunes. Sheridan’s personal take on the subject brings us a story that is moving, honest, and just […]

Various Artists – The Texas Chainsaw Massacre – The Album – Bulletporr/Nitrus/DRT Records

For as long as I can remember, Horror movies have used metal bands on soundtracks. Shocker, A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: the Dream Warriors, and more recently, House of a Thousand Corpses and Freddie vs. Jason are all great examples of this phenomenon. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre – this album falls in line with […]