Entries by Loud Rock Director

Loud Rock Charts: 8/6

Can you believe its August already? I can’t. I still feel like it’s June. Pretty soon, us UCSC students have to go back to the grind that is school. I am not looking forward to upper division math homework. It’s gonna be bröötal. On a happier note, did anyone catch Usain Bolt’s insane run? Didn’t […]

Loud Rock Charts: 7/31

Apologies to the one or two people looking forward to the charts every week. I was out of town, and just got back. I arrive, however, with an interview with The Contortionist’s lead singer Jonathan Carpenter. Look forward to it in the coming weeks on the KZSC blogsite! ADDS 1 TESTAMENT Dark Roots Of Earth […]

Loud Rock Charts: 7/17

Ever been immensely excited for an album but when it finally comes out, you’re disappointed by how it turned out? I know the feeling, trust me. This summer however I have not been disappointed by a single record, not even the new hyped-up Periphery album. This is seriously turning out to be one of the […]

Loud Rock Charts: July 10th

If any of you out there are fans of metal (which, if you’re reading this, is a safe assumption), you better check out Baroness’ new album, Yellow and Green. They’re currently streaming it over http://www.npr.org/2012/07/08/156292608/first-listen-baroness-yellow-and-green. Also, here’s a relevant opportunity to plug my interview with Baroness’ Peter Adams! Follow the link for some awesome insight on […]

Loud Rock Charts: July 3rd

Anyone excited for the upcoming Olympics? I sure as hell am. I can’t wait to see if Michael Phelps can repeat his phenomenal performance in Beijing. What I’m most excited for, though, is to watch Usain Bolt compete. Call me unamerican, but I love watching that man run. ADDS 1 VINTERSORG Orkan Napalm 2 BONDED […]

Loud Rock Charts: June 26th

Summer tours are beginning to roll around. Just last week I was at the Death to All Tour, this week I’ll be seeing Russian Circles, and the following month I’ve got The Contortionist (hopefully) and shortly after Summer Slaughter (insert metal roar here). If you’re into mosh pits and bleeding out your ears, you’ve got […]