Brutai @ Dirty South Lewisham by Ben Spencer

Brutai at Band Quest 18th February 2010, Review by Ben Spencer
Photography by Altercarnated Photography

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The Shining by Stephen King, reviewed by Kimberly Warner-Cohen

The Shining doesn’t fool around. Jumped out of my skin reading this at 9am in a doctor’s office; and when I made the mistake of staying up late to find out what happens next, I could only doze off with the all lights in the apartment blazing. Don’t even think about picking it up if you’ve a fear of ghosts, enclosed spaces, or topiary animals.

You probably know the plot from the movie–Jack Torrence, who has a son with the psychic “shine”, is newly sober. He takes his family to the secluded Overlook to caretake during the winter offseason, where he not-so slowly goes insane; possibly with help from the possibly haunted hotel. Always thought King was an idiot for complaining about the movie butchering the story (especially given his shitty TV version), because how could someone as genius as Kubrick ruin anything, but he’s right.

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Eminem – The Marshall Mathers LP, by Jacques TwoTone

What? You thought I was going to talk purely about rock albums? Or old albums? You clearly don’t know me very well.

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Suicide Commando – Implements of Hell by Alan Chapman

Out Now On – Out of Line(Europe) Metropolis Records(US)
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Sarah Jezebel Deva – A Sign Of Sublime, by Alan Chapman

Out Now On – Rising Records
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Rob Zombie – Hellbilly Deluxe 2 by Alan Chapman

Out now on – Roadrunner Records
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