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  • 13 years ago

    With last year's Sacrament, Lamb of God continued its decade-long evolution into a more nuanced metal monster. Having ditched the shock-value moniker Burn the Priest in 2000, the Virginia-based band has found subtler ways to incorporate religious ...

  • 13 years ago

    Last September, a new Outback Steakhouse spot provided indie-rock fans with the year's definitive WTF TV moment. The ad unveiled an altered version of Of Montreal's engaging psychedelic-dance single "Wraith Pinned to the Mist (and Other Games)," i...

  • 15 years ago

    Ah, the Vans Warped Tour, that annual emo marathon that, for many music fans, is Christmas, a birthday and summer vacation all rolled into one. Now in its second decade, the all-day event is long on bands and short on shade. Two intrepid reporters...

  • 15 years ago

    Dave Eggers designed the ornate, Ouija-board-like cover for Thrice's latest, Vheissu, and he's an apt artist for an album that many critics will hail as a work of genius. This ambitious effort incorporates everything from a music box to simulated ...

  • 15 years ago

    Two things you'll probably never do: travel to the moon or rap as fast as Twista. The first is a child's pipe dream, the second a rapper's gimmick -- a parlor trick for the Bathing Ape set. And though Twista's helix-coil flow may have earned him a...

  • 15 years ago

    ADULT. concerts recall the oft-staged movie scene in which a straitlaced, sheltered character must navigate an unfathomably freaky nightclub thanks to some plot contrivance. (After a song or two, concertgoers familiar with Martin Scorsese's After ...

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