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  • 13 years ago

    No disrespect to the so-called rapcore acts being tagged as the next generation of metal, but taking over where the monsters of rock left off requires more than a few catchy riffs, a gimmick and a hot buzz clip. Lo, a new breed of metal has arisen...

  • 14 years ago

    Trying to overcome the stigma of being a piece of retro '80s kitsch, Depeche Mode returns with something for everyone on its new album. Exciter is the band's first U.S. studio release since 1997's Ultra. To appease fans and still make "Music for t...

  • 14 years ago

    Known for its dazzling musicianship, its intricate fusion of metal, punk and reggae, not to mention its acidic political commentary, Bad Brains formed in 1979 in Washington, D.C.'s Maryland suburbs. The band members had been playing as a jazz-fusi...

  • 15 years ago

    Don't tell Pittsburgh natives Anti-Flag that the days of politically driven punk music are over. In a genre dominated by copycats bemoaning romantic hardships or bragging about how punk they are, Anti-Flag still cranks out tunes with the rebelliou...

  • 15 years ago

    When they were middle schoolers, Mike Ibanez and Ricardo Garcia were much like every other preadolescent boy on Houston's north side -- they had fantasies of being rock stars, performing before thousands of adoring fans who would throw themselves ...

  • 15 years ago

    Limp Bizkit and Kid Rock are the current magnates of the rap/ metal industry, but compared to the politically charged and intense Downset, they're little more than mail-room clerks. Instead of stone-stupid lyrics and predictable tunes, Los Angeles...