We’ll Carry On: Grief and The Black Parade

And if your heart stops beating/I’ll be here wondering- did you get what you deserve?/The ending of your life It’s funny to me, that as I start this piece, that when I mentioned I was listening to My Chemical Romance on my Facebook, that someone would make a comment about self-harm in regards to the…

Nine Inch Nails – Not The Actual Events EP

Apparently, in an interview early this year (that I somehow seemed to miss) Trent Reznor promised that we would see new Nine Inch Nails material before the end of 2016. This didn’t really come to my attention until I saw a post on Bloody Disgusting, wondering if Reznor would make the deadline, as we were…

Episode 48 – You Think Because, You Bought The Record…

Download Episode!Duane, and David are back for a long, music centered episode, where they plough through the discography of one their favorite bands, Metalcore stalwarts ZAO. They go album by album, and give you insights into what certain albums, and songs mean to them. Plus… Loads of Music. Hopefully you join us down the rabbit…

Episode 44 – Top 10 Albums

Download Episode!In the latest episode of Watch.Read.Listen., Duane and David take you on a journey of what has influenced them in the music realm by presenting you with their top 10 favorite albums of all time. Hopefully, we get you to possibly check out some of these records, or get rewarded by being mocked for…

Deftones – GORE

DEFTONES GORE REPRISE RECORDS, 2016 When a band you love comes out with a new record, there can be a mix of both excitement and dread. Especially when the band has a long discography with more hits than misses. GORE is the follow-up to 2012’s KOI NO YOKAN, an album I thought was good, but…

Episode 9 – Music That Sticks With You

This week on Watch.Read.Listen., we focus for the first time on the “listen” in our discussion of music that has stuck with us over the years, even as our tastes have changed. In our This Week section, we discuss terrible CGI, great music documentaries, and inspiration. This Week: Duane: Neil Gaiman’s “Make Good Art” speech,…