Streetlight Manifesto kicked off their “Four Out of Seven in Three Before Nine” tour Wednesday night playing a sold-out show at the Crazy Donkey in Farmingdale.
Disconnected, the debut full-length album from England’s Beat Union is an average pop-punk album by today’s standards, but there are moments on the record that show the potential this young band has.
Every choice a presidential candidate makes reflects their stance on certain issues: what tie to wear, what chips to eat, which baby to kiss.
With voter turnout and public confidence in their elected officials at an all-time low, one wonders: is there truly a viable candidate this election season who represents the People?
Answer: of “horse” there is!
Long Island’s own pop punk band Bayside is set to release their fourth full length album, Shudder on September 30th. The CD opens powerfully with the track “Boy”, which, unfortunately, is one of the hardest-hitting songs on the album. Shudder is filled with morbidly well-written lyrics that longtime fans are familiar with, but it lacks the intensity of the band’s prior works.
Anyone will tell you that Metallica’s grand trilogy of thrash-metal albums in the 80’s were their best ever. These were 1984’s Ride The Lightning, 1986’s Master of Puppets and 1988’s …And Justice For All. Everything starting with their 1991 self-titled album, and most successful release, is a subject of much debate.
Capcom released Mega Man 9 this week on all current generation consoles and brought back some 8-bit flavor in this generation of high-definition gaming. Old-school graphics and sound bites in this day and age? You betcha.
Nestled between the Wang Center and the Melville Library lies Stony Brook’s very own Staller Center. Unbeknownst to many students is the fact that for twenty dollars, one can purchase a season pass to view their weekly Friday offerings