Jimmy Chamberlin Complex - Honor
Stepping outside his main gig with The Smashing Pumpkins, drummer Jimmy Chamberlin is back with another release under his solo moniker the Jimmy Chamberlin Complex …
Deftones - Ohms
Originally tagged with the nu-metal label in the 1990s, since the release of 2000's White Pony, the band has shown a willingness to evolve …
New 90s Episode
Ricaine's 1996 debut Regret Is An Inevitable Consequence of Life is an undiscovered gem of 90s noise rock that balances the light and dark
Noise rock is a moniker tossed around about a number of 1990s bands. Australia's Ricaine are no different, except that they are different, and their 1996 debut album Regret Is An Inevitable Consequence of Life is proof of it. While there are plenty of bursts of howling guitar feedback, grinding bass, and crushing drums, the band excels at balancing the noise with moments of tension-filled restraint, playing with the quiet/loud dynamic in a myriad of interesting ways. Did we say dynamics? This album is chock full of them, turning on a dime in ways that left us impressed, bolstered by a perfect natural production style that compliments the sonic shifts throughout the record. Special Guest: Gavin Reid - DMO Union
Corey Taylor - CMFT
Debut solo album from lead singer of Slipknot and Stonesour
Róisín Murphy - Róisín Machine
Fifth solo album from the former Moloko singer.
Sloan - Silence Trumps Lies - single
New single from Sloan, working on a record for 2021
Steve Hyden - This Isn’t Happening: Radiohead’s “Kid A” and the Beginning of the 21st Century
The Making And Meaning Of Radiohead's Groundbreaking, Controversial, Epochdefining Album, Kid A.
Rob Halford - Confess
Autobiography of the Judas Priest frontman.
The Sheila Divine - Cabin Fever Chronicles Vol. Two
Second collection of home recordings by Aaron Perrino of The Sheila Divine.
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Dive into the four-singer/songwriter band, to figure out if this is the best Canadian album of all time, or even the best by the band. Released: 1994 Label: Geffen Records Producer: Jim Rondinelli
In the twenty-sixth episode of the Dig Me Out Podcast, Tim and Jason review the 1994 self-titled album by The Cult Released: 1994 Label: Sire Producer: Bob Rock
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