Tag Archives: doom

DEAD BANDS: KMD

by chuck bell As far as early 90′s hip hop groups go, there are countless defunct groups that played some part in the development of the genre. However, KMD’s story is unique in the fact that it doubles as the origin of self-proclaimed super villain DOOM. The group, whose initials stand for “Kausing Much Damage,” [...]

DOOM: UNEXPECTED GUESTS TRAILER

by can dela One of the winter’s most anticipated releases is Doom’s Unexpected Guests. Here’s a 90-second trailer from the folks at Gold Dust teasing the release. Unexpected Guests drops on November 10. You can peep the full track list complete with featured lyricists here.

DOOM: UNEXPECTED GUESTS

by greg dybec Back in April of this year I wrote a review on Doom’s much anticipated reemergence back into the hip-hop game with his album Born Like This. I had concluded that review by stating that I expect to see a lot more from my favorite masked man in the near future. Well it’s [...]

J DILLA: JAY STAY PAID

by greg dybec We’ve been getting some slack about not having reviewed this monumental June 2 release. Jay Stay Paid is the latest posthumous work from the great J Dilla. It has been three years since the cherished producer’s passing. Three years that without a doubt would have proved even more progression and astonishing productions [...]

DOOM: BORN LIKE THIS

by greg dybec The man behind the mask has finally reappeared onto a hip-hop scene that has been awaiting his return. The former MF DOOM has seemed to have dropped the first two initials and simplified it down to just DOOM. His latest Album, Born Like This, is the rapper’s first piece of work after [...]