God bless Rob Zombie. He just does his thing.
Brutal hype music.
The hard rock side of country-blues music
Matriphagy is nu-metal. It is new nu-metal.
Something new that sounds like something old
It’s not perfect, but it is pretty good.
Southern glam rock
A wonderful marriage of traditional instrumentation and driving rock n roll
This record takes old blues music and runs it through a filter fueled by Kentucky bourbon and Southern soul.
This album is the musical equivalent to a heavy haze hanging over an open field
It is like a heavy metal art project
A great Czechoslovakian companion to a Highlander rip off
Walks the line between mainstream heavy metal and screaming black metal
This record immediately gives off some definite 90s vibes
Midwestern rock n roll
The Raconteurs are not the modern-day Beatles…probably.
Fun guitar driven rock n roll with an overwhelming 80s hair metal-ness.
A top-tier rock band paying their respects to a mentor and friend
It is like Buckcherry or Nickelback or Theory of a Deadman, but without the hits
Akin to Elvis recording in the jungle room at Graceland
Imagine Rage Against The Machine reincarnated as three teenagers from New Zealand
This is the most I’ve ever spent on a record
I imagine that some snooty music critics would consider this high art and look down upon us plebeians who don’t understand it.
It sounds very much like old-school Kiss with a hint of Lenny Kravitz mixed in
Led Zeppelin. Seriously.
Garage rock with jazzy, funky bits and soul galore.
The soundtrack to a late-night rave in Gotham City just before Batman shows up.
This record sounds like ABBA got way into Salman Rushdie, tattooed pentagrams on their arms, and decided to write an album praising the beast with many names.
Jack White is single-handily thrusting rock music into the future with Boarding House Reach.