Al Cohen Senior Pillbox Staff

Class of 2006

Articles

  • Swedish rock not for sissies

    The Haunted
    Century Media Records
    Today?s thrash revival owes a large debt to At The Gates, the Swedish band that started the oft-mentioned ?Gothenburg Sound.? Ironically, most of the American bands today that are reviving the scene on this side of the Atlantic wouldn?t be as potent if not for ATG?s influence. Now, after the eventual break-up of the band in ?96, came the formation of the lethal ...

    Pillbox | October 11, 2004
  • Furious CD from lamb of god

    Broken the paradigm an example must be set
    Invoke the Siren?s song and sign the death warrant
    This what has been wrought for 30 pieces of silver
    The tongues of men and angels bought by a beloved betrayer...

    ? from ?Omerta? off lamb of god?s newest, Ashes of the Wake

    Pillbox | October 4, 2004
  • Metal CDs get mixed reviews

    All That Remains
    this Darkened Heart
    Prosthetic Records

    Line-up changes are inevitable in any band. As times change, so do individual band members? tastes and musical visions. So, when Phil Labonte left Shadow?s Fall to concentrate full-time on his other outlet, All That Remains, it probably didn?t raise as many eyebrows as it should have.

    Pillbox | September 20, 2004
  • TURNTABLE: 6 Feet Under, IB

    Internal Bleeding (with Six Feet Under, First Day Dead, and others) at The Eye

    "Before we start, I just want to get across that I'm extremely right-wing in my views..." Jerry Lowe, vox — Internal Bleeding.

    Pillbox | September 13, 2004
  • "Real" metal reappears at Ozzfest 2004

    A gathering of the tribes, a celebration of all things abrasive and aggressive, sweaty pits and asphalt. This was the day, two weekends ago, known as Ozzfest 2004. Gone was the amorphous line-up, bottom-heavy with no-name, major-label ?heavy? bands. Out with the Linkin Park, in with the lamb of god. Adema? Funk that, give me Lacuna Coil, give me Black Label Society, and throw in a little Black Sab...

    Pillbox | September 7, 2004

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