Riff Relevant 2017 Releases – GOZU’s DOUGLAS SHERMAN Shares 10 Favorites

Gozu

(By Leanne Ridgeway, Owner/Chief Editor, RiffRelevant.com)

If you haven’t heard the music of Gozu by now, you’re missing out.  First emerged out of Boston’s heavy music scene in 2010, Gozu’s sound pulls up alongside while you walk the street minding your business, and demands you get in the goddamned car.  After two lost days, you come-to on the side of a dirt road, dazed and bruised.   It happened to me multiple times. Continue reading “Riff Relevant 2017 Releases – GOZU’s DOUGLAS SHERMAN Shares 10 Favorites”

Oldschool Sunday: INDESTRUCTIBLE NOISE COMMAND

INDESTRUCTIBLE NOISE COMMAND (Then)

(By Pat ‘Riot’ Whitaker, Lead Journalist/Writer, RiffRelevant.com)

The origins of one of the East Coast’s most aggressive, volatile (and totally underappreciated) thrash bands, Bridgeport, CT.’s Indestructible Noise Command date back to at least 1985. This was when guitarist Erik Barath and bassist Dennis Gergely, both fed up and sickened with the state of music at that time, decided to start a band that harnessed the aggressive, violent, and vicious energy they felt was lacking in most music. Continue reading “Oldschool Sunday: INDESTRUCTIBLE NOISE COMMAND”