About Susan Welch

Lover of music. Lover of writing. Music is the audible form of emotion, and I have a deep need to find out what it takes to make a song, an album...a band. When a musician says, "No one has ever asked me that before," or "That was the best interview I've ever done," I know I've done my job right.

Them Evils

Them Evils - Self Titled EP Review ​Suzi9mm Twenty years late to the famed Sunset Strip, three piece rockers “Them Evils” are reviving the scene…well at least they are trying.  A little 1970s [...]

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Dunsmuir

Dunsmuir “Hall of Records” By Susie9mm This 10 song album is set to be released on July, 22, 2016 digitally via itunes, and is included with a 1,000 LP pressing with a signed lithograph.  Rock [...]

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OTEP

OTEP Generation Doom Napalm Records ​By Robin X Steeley (RS11) Otep’s Generation Doom is what we have always loved about this group; breathy, heavy, grinding, dirty, raw, and ritualistic, with lyrical content that can be [...]

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Prong

Prong SPV/Steamhammer Records X – No Absolutes By Robin X Steeley (RS11) After a much deserved hiatus, PRONG released X – No Absolutes which dropped February 5th, a long awaited release that includes 13 songs [...]

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Soulidium

Soulidium Awaken Soulidium Records ​By Robin X Steeley (RS11)  Soulidium is a Miami originated band that began in 2006 and just produced its second album, Awaken, which has an epic and theatrical, almost magnificent Rock feel [...]

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Ministry

Ministry Last Tangle in Paris Live 2012 By Robin Steeley (RS11) Anything done by the provocative Al Jourgensen catches my eye and requires a listen. Nominated half a dozen times for Grammy Awards [...]

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Skitzo

Skitzo Dementia Praecox Independent By Robin Steeley (RS11) As I prepare to listen to the latest album by shock metal thrash outfit Skitzo, I'm first drawn to the simplicity of this latest offering, [...]

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Parkway Drive

Parkway Drive – Ire By Karl Whinnery VIDEO PLACEHOLDER BELOW - Parkway Drive’s latest release pushes boundaries – but does it push the right ones? Ire, the latest from Australia’s leading metalcore quintet, [...]

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Sawthis

Sawthis “Babhell” – Album Review – Susan Dusse for MIRP How Italy’s Sawthis are not a household name in the metal community, world-wide, is beyond me. Babhell, the band’s forth release is eleven tracks [...]

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