286: INCUBUS / part one

When Incubus first started out, their sound was a heavy, funky alternative metal, very much in the vein of early Mr Bungleโ€™s more palatable rock-driven stuff. Over the next few albums, the funk element took a backseat, with the alt metal taking a larger focus, along with some nu metal leanings. This was when Incubus … Continue reading 286: INCUBUS / part one


As a teenager, Coal Chamber were one of my absolute favourite bands. Itโ€™s really not hard to see why. In the age of nu-metal, where there was an expected look and sound, Coal Chamber were truly unique. They had a sound unlike the others - dramatically downtuned guitars, keys and samples, and then Dez Fafara, … Continue reading 241: COAL CHAMBER