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A. Estes, Bands, Blue October, Music Reviews »

[13 Nov 2011 | One Comment | ]
Blue October <em>Any Man in America</em> CD Album Review

“Blue October mastermind Justin Furstenfeld has made a career out of wearing his heart on his sleeve, a tradition that is carried over onto the band’s sixth studio offering.”

Andrew Bilach, Bands, Music Reviews, The Things They Carried »

[9 Nov 2011 | 5 Comments | ]
The Things They Carried <em>There’s Something I Can’t Tell Anyone</em> CD Album Review

“It’s an unpredictable, confrontational assault on the senses. Guided, yet frenetically chaotic. Screamo was never my thing, and granted, maybe this review should have been written by someone who has an appreciation for the genre, but There’s Something I Can’t Tell Anyone captivated me.” -AB

Andrew Bilach, Dreaming, The, Music Interviews, Stabbing Westward »

[4 Nov 2011 | 11 Comments | ]
Interview with Christopher Hall of The Dreaming (ex-Stabbing Westward)

My first introduction to the music of Christopher Hall was in 1996 when I acquired a copy of Wither Blister Burn & Peel, the second album by his former band, Stabbing Westward. Now, a decade and a half later, I’m talking to him about Puppet, the second album from his current band, The Dreaming. You’ll find this show strays from the interview format and is more of a conversation. I’m sure you’ll all enjoy it. -AB

Andrew Bilach, Buried Treasures, Disciple, Uncategorized »

[1 Nov 2011 | 2 Comments | ]
BT: Disciple – Salt Lamp

Disciple’s sound is built on layers of ferocious guitars, screamingly passionate vocals, a hard-charging rhythm section, and a flair for surprisingly melodic choruses. They’ve been around for nearly two decades, and even though the Gospel always takes center stage, they do a darn good job of kicking your teeth down your throat.