Blast From Oblivion

posted in: Articles, October 2016 | 0

Horror punk is one of my favorite sub genres of punk rock. It’s the “Red headed step child,” so to say, that corporate greed has yet to spoil it. These bands are few and far between, which means fewer that can call Christ savior. Blast from Oblivion is a new solo outing from Splatter Guts…

Nate Allen

posted in: Articles, October 2016 | 0

Nate Allen has a new solo outing with a full band backing him as well as a new acoustic album. A lot has happened since DTL spoke with him last, so without further a due, let’s catch up. Joshua Lory: It’s been a while since DTL last interviewed you, can you tell us what you’ve…

The Return of XL & DBD

posted in: Articles, October 2016 | 0

An interview with Todd XL Stevens In 1993, XL and Death Before Dishonor’s debut album Sodom and America was in heavy rotation in my car stereo. There were only 2 other bands at that time that I can remember doing what would later be called RapCore, the other bands were the obscure MCM and the…

Sammy Horner interview

posted in: Articles, March 2014 | 0

picture by John Daley Sammy Horner has been in the game nearly 30 years now. His musical stylings are wide and varied from Celtic to Americana to Outlaw Country to Punk Rock to Modern Rock; all of which he seamlessly blends together throughout his large catalog of over 25 albums. His name can easily be…

Was It So Bad?

posted in: Articles, July 2010 | 0

I should start out by saying that I have never felt that Christian music is for people to be led to the Lord, I feel it’s for Christians to listen to and relate to, after all Christians are making the music. I feel a difference in the bands, I feel a truer passion in the…

Bride: Bombs Away!

posted in: April 2010, Articles | 0

A brief history of Bride: In 1983 Dale and Troy Thompson started a band named Matrix in Louisville, Kentucky. In 1986 they signed to the Pure Metal label and changed their name to Bride. The three albums recorded for Pure Metal were Show No Mercy, Live To Die, and Silence Is Madness. In late 1990,…