2 Out Of 3 Falls Match: CM Punk Vs. Colt Cabana
ROH Punk: The Final Chapter - August 15th, 2005
At the end of the Summer of Punk in Ring Of Honor, the time had come for CM Punk to say goodbye to the company in order to join the WWE and fulfill his newly signed contract. In a match against Colt Cabana, Punk’s farewell was an emotional one, as even the hardened heel showed raw emotion upon stepping through the curtain to the appropriately placed Bouncing Souls song “Night Train”. It was one of Punk’s best matches, and considering it was his last official ROH match, it was absolutely perfect.
1. Pyramid Head 02:52
2. Church Burner 03:32
3. Hell Ride 04:15
4. Black Vultures 04:22
5. Monolith 07:27
Rae Robinson - Vocals
Dan William - Guitars
Daniel Charlton - Guitars/Keys
Dale Husband - Bass Guitar
Richard Baker - Drums
With a crushing heaviness that feels more like a personal act of God going off in your face when you press play than merely listening to a record, it’s an understatement to say that Wraiths bring the mosh. Hailing from the North East of the UK, Wraiths have committed five tracks of downbeat, downtempo and downtuned pit-bait to tape, a 20 minute pummelling of truly mammoth proportion. Recorded, mixed and mastered by Richard Doney at Landscape Studios, Cleveland, this EP is a primal force of nature, mixing up the fast with the slow and the slower still, each palm mute hitting like a hammer, every self-loathing scream clawing at your soul. And when the mosh drops 20 seconds in to opening track ‘Pyramid Head’, you’ll not resist the urge to regress, tear off your shirt and pound the ground.
Recorded, mixed and mastered by Richard Doney at Landscape Studios, Cleveland. Artwork & layout by Ben Aucott. Limited to 50 copies on cassette, and pay-what-you-want on Bandcamp
In Violation of Aša - xRepentancex
from the album The Burden of Living
ESOTERIC YOUTH’S NEW TRACK FROM THE UPCOMING 7”. IT WILL DESTROY YOU.
I sing for this band, tell me how beautiful my voice is.
Get into this.
King Crimson - Three of a Perfect Pair - Live in Japan
I done did a review of Agony Defined by Noisem (A389 Records) over at Tight To The Nail.
i shit you fucking not i got weepinzard first try and now i can’t stop laughing at his dumb face and his dumb name