They are one of the single greatest visionaries in rock music for the past thirty years, and a band whose impact was likened to The Velvet Underground by none other than David Bowie. There was never any doubt that, before the year was through, ABAD would be talking about Trent Reznor and the mighty Nine … Continue reading 360: NINE INCH NAILS


Iโ€™m sure you know of the Blue Man Group. Theyโ€™re stage performers with wacky mime stuff and blue paint. Yeah, theyโ€™re a pop culture institution. Sure. But did you know the Blue Man Group also put on one of the most electrifying and incredible rock shows on the planet? Their first album, 1999โ€™s โ€˜Audioโ€™, was … Continue reading 351: BLUE MAN GROUP


So inconsistent is Bloodhound Gangโ€™s sound that it defies genre labels completely. Sure, you could say this is a punk rock track, that oneโ€™s euro pop, that one is rap rockโ€ฆ but to suggest a genre that applies to the entire catalogue? Impossible. There is some connective tissues, however. Theyโ€™re all obnoxiously catchy, typically humorous, … Continue reading 316: BLOODHOUND GANG

293: BRING ME THE HORIZON / part two

In 2015, Bring Me The Horizon took perhaps the biggest step in their evolution, shedding essentially all their metalcore leanings with โ€˜Thatโ€™s The Spiritโ€™. By embracing a mixture of alt rock, electronic rock, and even pop rock, BMTH were able to make a bigger impact than ever before. Their fanbase grew, and they sound themselves … Continue reading 293: BRING ME THE HORIZON / part two