Episode 26: Murder Songs

In a sinister new episode, the guys discuss songs of a nefarious nature—Murder. Plus, Jeff has a retrospective review of Late Registration, and the guys discuss the difficulty in separating art from artists. Also, music from Japan's Mass of the Fermenting Dregs, the Spotify Wager, Unsigned Artist Spotlight, and Jobe tries to depress the hell … Continue reading Episode 26: Murder Songs

Episode 8: Chef’s Choice

Put away the menus and let renowned Chefs Jeff and Jobe make the picks they want you to hear. Some picks are bold, some are daring, and one of Jobe's picks almost broke up the duo and ended the show! Episode 8 is out now!  iTunes: https://apple.co/2L48YsH Google Play: https://bit.ly/2IGroS9 Stitcher: https://bit.ly/2jWi52u Spotify playlist: https://spoti.fi/2IEOxEA Check out this episode!

Album Review: Author & Punisher—Beastland

Industrial Metal has become a fairly antiquated term, conjuring up visions of a still-relevant Al Jourgensen fronting Ministry in their Psalm 69 heyday, or Nine Inch Nails fronted by a lean, angry Trent Reznor before he had a fat bank account and an Oscar. While it never quite went away, industrial metal became almost more … Continue reading Album Review: Author & Punisher—Beastland

Review: The Restorations Stay Ambiguous and Glorious

THE RESTORATIONS – LP5000 (Tiny Engines)  Released: 9/28/2018 RIYL: Gaslight Anthem, War on Drugs The Restorations new album is short. Clocking in at twenty-four minutes over seven tracks, LP5000 risks giving the impression that it may have been rushed to release in an abbreviated state. But the Philly-based anthemists haven't released a note since 2016's (epic) single Alright Boys..., … Continue reading Review: The Restorations Stay Ambiguous and Glorious