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Life isnít always pretty, and heavy rockers My Ruin attack societyís beliefs and morals with a positive message of self-acceptance. Their new album, The Horror of Beauty, is an unstoppable force of heavy as hell metal riffs, sludge doom, screaming raw emotion, and in-your-face rock Ďní roll. Mick Murphy shares his insight into their musical influences and My Ruinís fanatical fans. But first, the outspoken lead screamer Tairrie B. lays down her story of evolution, revelation, and makes no apologies for the trouble she seems to stir up wherever she goes.

ANTI-FLAG: Dissenters looking for heavier ammunition could find solace in the punk rock of Anti-Flag, whose latest album, The Terror State, is a scathing indictment of the Bush administration, its solutions of violence, and the society of fear it has fostered. Bassist/vocalist Chris #2 chats at length about the new album, the state of the union, and the critical matter of giving George W. Bush his walking papers come this November.

BLEEDING THROUGH: Raging out of Orange County with a potent mix of metal and hardcore, Bleeding Through is filled with more vitriol than most bands could hope to muster. Brandan Schieppati discusses how they began, what theyíre doing, and what itís like to be in front of a few thousand screaming AFI fans.

MASTODON: With their widely acclaimed Remission album recently receiving a special re-issue, Mastodonís drum wizard Brann Dailor sat down to discuss all things prehistoric and proboscidean.

KILL HANNAH: "Itís a really long depressing story,Ē says Mat Devine of the formation of his band, Kill Hannah, while standing out on Sunset Boulevard in front of the Viper Room. Devine is soft spoken, so much so that itís almost difficult to hear him against the endless string of cars moving slowly across the boulevard.

KEOKI: Some might find it ironic perhaps even blasphemousóthat a guy whose worldwide fame took off on the very heels of rave would declare the venerable scene dead. But thatís what DJ Keoki does. Heís figured it out: the song is what matters, after all, not the vibrations of the subwoofer.

HORRORPOPS: Singer and bassist Patricia speaks in an upbeat, faintly European accented voice and has a habit of ending sentences in fits of laughter that matches her punk Betty Page look.

While it remains to be seen if Basement Jaxx are rewriting the rules completely or merely stepping out on a limb, Kish Kash could very well be the album to give an otherwise stagnant dance scene a well needed shot in the arm.


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