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Screw the mainstream if you really want to get your rocks off you have to go to the underground. That's just what we plan to do with this series, take some of the best emerging bands that are out blowing away hardcore fans on the underground music scene. 

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Stabilizer - A Project Called Red

Brad vs. Satchel

Nashville Pussy - Get Some

Nevermore - This Godless Endeavor

Crash and Burn - The Value of Mistrust
If you like your punk with a bit of a rock spirit and solos to match, try this album on for size. 

Mico de Noche - Balls Deep
Make no mistake; this is underground rock with an honest label on it.

Electric Frankenstein - Burn Bright, Burn Fast
The salivating, pitchfork wielding fans of Electric Frankenstein, having been satiated by an appetizer of an EP earlier in the year, can now ready themselves for the main course.

Magnolia Thunderpussy - Starin Down the Sun
After 20 years influential underground rockers Magnolia Thunderpussy finally get a proper release!

Bazerk- I heard Y’all Like Violence (The Rage Album)- If you’re looking for a disc to shuffle in with your new Jack Johnson CD, this sho ain’t it, but if you’ve been looking for a new sound to go with a classic Rage Against the Machine album, then this is it.

Louis XIV - Illegal Tender- Louis XIV has definite glam leanings, and a listen to Illegal Tender hearkens to the likes of John Kongos, Gary Glitter, Queen, the Sweet, T. Rex and naturally, David Bowie.

Hermano - Dare I Say - Former Kyuss frontman John Garcia delivers once again with Hermano's sophomore effort. 

Bill - Batman - Jack Osbourne's recording debut! An act so strange the underground isn't even ready for him.

The Havoc - Road Warrior- The music IS hardcore, but with a more melodic approach.. so reminiscent of the punk music from the '80's.

Tearabyte - Gloom Factory- This is, without a doubt, a CD for any metal fan. 

Voodoo Glow Skulls – Addiccion, Tradicion, Y Revolucion - A first-rate addition to to any ska-punk fans colllection.

Psychaesthetic- Industrial heaviness from antiMusic's very own Brad Podray!

Tub Ring -Just when I thought At the Drive In changed the face of punk, Tub Ring came and slapped me in my silly little face.

The Oranges Band - The Oranges Band is as good as any of the ever-growing force of “The” garage bands.

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Pushing Red Buttons - an eclitic mix of 70s inspired rock

Billy Butcher  -Billy Butcher created an album of dumb, loud rock and roll.  The way it should be. 

Bang The Union  -The music kicks ass, but the vocals drag the whole band down.

The Destroyed  - part of punk rock's first wave, bringing anarchy to the USA by way of Boston in those heady days of 77-79.

Hamilton Field  - Hamilton Field are the new contenders in the power pop sweepstakes, thankfully leaning decidedly toward the ‘power' side of the equation. 

Anadivine  - promising NY modern rock band that takes post punk and gives it a heart!

Chad Benekos - The other side of the (hed)P.E. /  Humanlab guitarist

Closer Than Kin  - New England hard-core band branches out!

Dust to Dust - Rob Traynor returns with a new Dust To Dust CD!

Devin Townsend Band - Not just a side project for this Strapping Young Lad but a full blown band that lives up to Devin's past!

(hed) Planet Earth - These O.C. rap rockers return with a new album and try to break out of the underground.

The Golords - The Golords give you some loud kick ass California Rock & Roll!

Electric Six - Detroit Rockers Invade the UK!

Metal Spotlight - Symphony X – Virgin Steele – BoySetsFire 

Punk Spotlight - The Reunion Show - River City Rebels - Common Rider

The Frames - A special look at this Irish band and why they are heroes of the underground!

Sparta - Sparta picks up where At The Drive in left off, the main difference? they are better!

Maroon 5 - Looking for that classic mix of soul and rock that made Motown legendary? Look no further, Maroon 5 is here to bring back a honest rock and R&B mix to the mainstream!

The Erotics - The Erotics mix the sleaze glam rock style of the 80’s with classic punk to great effect. This CD will fuel your adolescent sexual fantasies and make you wanna slam dance at the same time.



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