Mohammed AlMeshkhas: Diminishing Genres

October 10, 2011

, a very talented bass player from Bahrain, took some time out of his schedule to answer a few questions about his music. Amazingly enough, he’s also been and is currently part of a diverse list of bands which matches

Cloud Rat’s Second Album: “Fever Dreams”

October 9, 2011

This is one of the latest releases ( by that is) to be supported by Grindcore Karaoke Records, a label owned by J Randall of which he uses in hopes to give underground grind bands a bit more attention; since the label

September 20th – October 2nd Recommendations

October 3, 2011

I really want to explore some more classical pieces so I decided to add quite a bit here in the now bi-weekly recommendations post. Aside from that, no real theme to this week’s post. As usually, enjoy the listen and

One Unique Signal: One Unique EP

September 28, 2011

… A band who phonically speaking, are truly and always one unique signal conducted from the minds of seven people, one of them on drums, another on ‘drone’, two of them on bass, and three of them sharing the roles of

A Necessary Roadtrip

September 26, 2011

“Old “P”” by is something that should be playing over the speakers of a Greyhound bus as it lumbers past state and city borders, everything blurring together into a monotonous strip of scenery that never stays still. Something to drown

Sly Roosevelt: A Regional Musical Revolution

September 23, 2011

So me and this really cool experimental indie band from West Virginia, , got together on Facebook for a nice long chat. They’re a unique sound from what people would expect to come out of that state and I really

Crankbait – Discography ; Anatomy Of Self Abuse

August 10, 2011

Earache records, one of the most well-known and thriving labels in extreme metal since the late eighties. But when I hear this album I never fail to ask myself “What in the hell are they so busy with that they