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Review: Insidious

The Paranormal Activity movies are part of this new stream of movies about haunting, demons, the supernatural. “Insidious” is different. Everyone seems to find this movie the most frightening thing under the sun. Honestly, it’s not. Spirits try to cross … Continue reading

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Interview: Brian Reynolds (Creation’s Tears)

After reviewing Creation’s Tears’s album “Methods to End it All,” I got in touch with vocalist Brian Reynolds, to ask him about the band and the creation of the album. –Hello, Brian. Thanks for taking the time for the interview. … Continue reading

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Review: Chaos in Paradise “Let the Bliss Remain”

Here is an interesting combination of genres. Listening to “Let the Bliss Remain,” it sounds like good old American metalcore in the vein of bands like It Dies Today or Ashes of Erin. But I also hear something else—an overtone … Continue reading

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Hot and Fresh: Bittersweet Metal News

I haven’t done one of my segments in a while. However, it’s time for a new one. THe bad news first. David Draiman of Disturbed says the band is going on an indefinite break. They have a final week in … Continue reading

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Review: Disembrace “Scratching the Surface”

Predictable can become so boring; on the other hand, when people get creative, sometimes it is jarring. Disembrace does not fall into either of these traps. What hits you first, is the solid, adrenaline-charged riffs, thick bass line, and rolling … Continue reading

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Comparison: The ruins Vs. the Movie Version

I’ve spent so much time on music lately, that The Pantry is ready for a change of pace. Scott Smith’s “The Ruins” is a well-crafted short novel. Stephen King even approved of Smith’s second novel, his first being “A Simple … Continue reading

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Review: Blame Yourself (single)

If I spent time on singles, I’d always be in front of this laptop. This one, however, is worth it. Opening up with distorted lead guitar over a shredding rhythm, and a powerful beat, “Blame Yourself” is a peace of … Continue reading

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