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INTERVIEW: STILL PLENTY LEFT FOR SEETHER

Seether’s new album Poison the Parish is out on May 12, with the band showing off their raw introspective aggression they’ve become known for.

Originally founded in South Africa, American John Humphrey (drums) joined Shaun Morgan (vocals/guitar) and Dale Stewart (bass) in 2003. 280 palabras más

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EP Review: Conversion Delay – Out Of Sight

Whether it’s LCD Soundsystem or Franz Ferdinand, I love a good dance-punk album. When I got an email about Columbus-based Conversion Delay, an indie rock/dance-punk band, I stopped what I was doing – granted, Calculus homework is not the most fascinating thing, but still – to listen. 314 palabras más

Album Reviews

Bully get "Right" on new song -- listen

Usually, a bully is a down right awful thing — especially when it’s one who’s got his finger just inches away from launching a nuclear war with North Korea… 138 palabras más

New Music

New Release: SKATING POLLY-NEW TRICK EP.

In a world seemingly on the brink of collapse (Trump’s air strikes; The Guardian’s  bizarre claims that Harry Styles is the new Bowie) some things really make sense. 207 palabras más

Lorna Irvine

His call

It was her again.

The hazel eyes, and that cheeky smile.

But it’s different now.

It was her again.

The soft laughter, and that warm touch. 58 palabras más

Thoughts

Weekly Focus: Collective Soul, Day Seven

Collective Soul — “Under Heaven’s Skies,” from the album Youth (2004).

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