Indie/Alternative
Stoner/Hard Rock
Punk/Power Pop
Metal/Hardcore
Electro/Industrial
Compilations



Lollipop Magazine is being rebuild at LollipopMagazine.com. Lollipop.com is no longer updated, but the archive content will remain until 2018 (more or less). Check out our new site!

Ruby Bullet | Nothing Left To Bleed On | review | rock | Lollipop

Ruby Bullet

Nothing Left To Bleed On (Victorious Pirate)
by Scott Hefflon

To compare Ruby Bullet to a proggier version of Goth poppers Evanescence is just too easy, so I have absolute faith that that's exactly what 90 percent of reviewers said of this NYC female/male duo's debut. It's true, sure, but there's a stream of psychosis running rampant here that, say, Rush and Dream Theater, or Evanescence and, uh, pick yer knock-off, simply can't touch. A sexy, bloody cover, top-notch-for-an-unsigned-band production, and a strong D.I.Y. ethic help knock this into the win category, despite their debut status, and a few of the "well, that didn't quite work, huh?" clunks veteran bands learn to avoid or drop from the recording.
(www.victoriouspirate.com)

 


Model Gallery

Band Gallery

Fashion
 
 




Welcome to Adobe GoLive 5