Daily Archives: October 21, 2010

Lust Murder bOX – Band Review

Lust Murder bOX is a Goth/Electronica/Industrial band out of Austin, TX made up of Erik, Nox, Travis and Vaughn.

Lust Murder bOX – “Genesis”

I’ve got to say, I’m not a Goth Music enthusiast. I do love good music however, and these guys have it. You really get the sense that their music represents something more than just something to listen to. Their lyrical content is opinionated a raw. They’re not afraid to tell the truth.

I really like how they switch between male and female vocals throughout their music too. In terms of musical arrangement, these guys seem to have their sound down perfectly, and the experimentation in their music is refreshing. All in all, especially if you’re a fan of darker rock music, Lust Murder bOX’s new album The New Divine is a great pick up.

You can now listen to The New Divine in it’s entirety on Lust Murder bOX’s Facebook page (along the left side).  If you like it, show some love. These guys rock.

Reviewed by: Dante Cullari Founder & CEO Beat-Play, LLC


Remembering Dizzy Gillespie!!!

Happy Birthday to Dizzy Gillespie! One of the biggest influences on music from the Jazz Era. Thank you for all the amazing contributions. Also can’t forget the famous bent trumpet horn. Have a listen to one of his famous tracks, “Salt Peanuts”

Stuedabakerbrown – “Stranger’s We’ll Become” [ALBUM REVIEW]

Let’s get right into this amazing compilation of tracks from the album “Stranger’s We’ll Become.” These guys are going to make alternative rock fun again! They have the mainstream sound and tone without the garbage lyrics presented by bands like Nickelback and Puddle of Mudd. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, These guys are professionals, and definitely have the skill and creativity to make an everlasting impression on the rock world in the near future.


Pete Marotta: Lead Vocals
Eric Sosler: Bass
Michael Esserman: Guitar
Steve Kondracki: Guitar



This latest album starts off with a bang, and easily my favorite song entitled, “Boy and Arrow” bringing flawlessly transitioned vocals to a funky back-beat on drums. It had been mentioned in the past by OutsiderVocals, in regards to their last EP Closer, that most of the songs sounded the same. With that being said I would have to say they completely turned that around, delivering a recognizable dedication to each individual tracks’ uniqueness. Also check out their awesome music videos here.

“Boy And Arrow”

“Crash of Waves”


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Reviewed By: Mark G. Valente | Online Marketing Director | @MarkwithMWL | Music Without Labels & Beat-Play, LLC