- Music Reviews
- September 11, 2020
Ice Age (Riding Easy Records). Review by Carl F. Gauze.
The Essential “Weird Al” Yankovic (Legacy Recordings). Review by Tim Wardyn.
For Your Entertainment (RCA Music Group). Review by Christopher Long.
The Sounds bring an ear-pleasing mix of alt-pop gems and a hefty dose of star power to Orlando’s House of Blues.
Gail Worley gets the definitive interview out of Secret Machines’ feisty drummer Josh Garza. She calls them a grunge Be Bop Deluxe, but in a good way.
Calling the World (Geffen). Review by Sean Slone.
My Ion Truss (Jagjaguwar). Review by Aaron Shaul.
One With Everything (New Door Records). Review by Carl F Gauze.
After a decade of bad feelings, Max Cavalera and his brother Igor reunited onstage and performed some Sepultura classics, thus whetting death metal fans’ already-rabid appetite worldwide for the reunion they said would never happen. Jen Cray spoke with Max in the midst of a tour with his current project, Soulfly to inquire about such possibilities.
Topaz Rarities (Self-Released). Review by Kyrby Raine.
20 Years of Psychobilly starring The Quakes, 7 Shot Screamers and Twisted In Graves has drawn out an impressive number for a Thursday night, including Jen Cray.
Tom Schulte delivers a healthy megadose of news and reviews in this month’s Outsight.
Picaresque (Kill Rock Stars). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Unbreakable (Sanctuary). Review by Andrew Ellis.
Eruption (Fuel 2000). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Was it a time warp in Carnegie Hall? Gail Worley reports on what may be the greatest tribute band of the greatest band ever.
The Tain (Acuarela ). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Go (Franklin Castle). Review by Sean Slone.
Passionoia (One Little Indian). Review by Ben Varkentine.