The fine folks at Borscht have long been working on a Chris Bosh animated film that can only be described as "SERIOUSLY TRIPPING BALLS." And it's finally here. The Adventures of Christopher Bosh in the Multiverse features an animated Bosh and his misadventures through several dimensions, and featu ... More >>
Back in the nineties, there was a strong local music scene in South Florida. Bands such as Marilyn Manson emerged from the area to garner international fame--not just for the music. Darrin 'Big B' Beni played a big part in the local scene as one of the vocalists for the band Collapsing L.U.N.G.S.--t ... More >>
Crystal Method's Divided by Night tour brings the electronic legends to Revolution.
Andy LaPlegua, the mastermind behind the twisted industrial / EBM / whatever juggernauts that are Combichrist and Icon of Coil, has a lot of pals in South Florida. So he seems to always be around, but not always in the way his most diehard fans would really like. A planned Combichrist headlining sh ... More >>
Minutes to Midnight (Warner Bros.)
The Yeah Yeah Yeahs remain as volatile (and tight-lipped) as ever.
Old faves and new tastes make for a more diverse Family Values Tour.
Saves the Day knows what makes a hero.
With a snarl, a resurrected Skinny Puppy still shows some teeth
John Kerry's high school garage band tells all!
Stickshift Lover struggles to escape the tar pits of its past
Nebula brings back the Paleolithic age of stoner rock
Collapsing Lungs regroup to spread holiday cheer
Tracking Death Cab for Cutie's transoceanic quest for high fidelity
In the slick and handsome Pirates of the Caribbean, more is somehow less
Electro-duo Jackal & Hyde splits from the peninsular pack
Respectable Street holds a Family Function
No matter what the RIAA says, we won't stop burning
Anyone trying to steal the spotlight from David Lee Roth is asking for it
When it comes to producing movies, it's a fine art (or Art Linson)
Staind, New Found Glory, and Cave are the main ingredients in this year's Buzz Bake Sale recipe
24 has been the most talked-about show of the season and for all the wrong reasons
Words like silly donít apply to The Factory, but how about bizarre?
New Killer America (RCA Records)
Letters for May 10, 2001
Now That's What I Call Music! Vol. 6 (Epic Records)
Why, why, baby? Somebody please tell R. Van Winkle to give it rest.
For South Florida's independent concert promoters, bringing cool music to town can be a losing proposition
Bandwidth spends a night at the Metal Factory
The Rocking Horse Winner races for the prize
Have the former industrialists of Pitchshifter become children of the Korn?
Hooray For Boobies (Geffen) and Get Some Go Again (DreamWorks)
Nonpoint, Bolting, Like Michael and Legends of Rodeo, Phillip Glass, Betsy Ross, Indiefest 2000
Powerman 5000, Macy Gray
Limp Bizkit, Fluid Ounces
Zeta Goes Local