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Tuesday, April 26 2011

Across Iberia by Slow Train

While prowling the globe for artist-friendly cities, your correspondent finds himself the only vegan at a Madrid bullfight, hunting for Stolchlickoff vodka in the streets of Barcelona, and getting fleeced in Paris.


Wednesday, March 17 2010

Behemoth Frontman Faces Prison for Bible Destruction. Fair Charge or Foul Call?

Nergal, leader of Polish metal act Behemoth, is charged with offending religious beliefs in his home country. Are metal fans really justified in their outrage?


Monday, November 23 2009

Sole & The Skyrider Band: Plastique

Plastique utilizes scathing hip hop to bring to light the despondent affairs of America through the use of dark constructs, an irony you can be assured isn’t lost on Sole & the Skyrider Band.


Monday, August 31 2009

Barcelona: Absolutes

Coldplay is popular. Barcelona sounds like Coldplay. Surprisingly, this is not a bad thing.


Sunday, May 6 2007

Dimmu Borgir: In Sorte Diaboli

Dimmu Borgir pulls out all the stops on its first album in four years, and results are devilishly good.


Wednesday, February 1 2006

Dimmu Borgir: Stormblåst

The Norwegian black metal greats risk the wrath of their fanbase by re-recording a much-loved early album. Blasphemers!


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