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CD Reviews
17th Street
Review by Mike Korn
If you've never experienced Hammers of Misfortune before, 17th Street is the perfect opportunity to discover why this California band is considered one of America's hidden music treasures.

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The August Engine
Review by Mike Korn
Here is one of the most delightful experiences I have ever had as a critic. Completely ignorant of this band and having no expectations at all, I find Hammers of Misfortune to be a totally original and invigorating unit.
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The Locust Years
Review by Gary Hill
If I had to pick my favorite musical genre it would definitely be progressive rock, but heavy metal would come in a close second.

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Interviews
Hammers of Misfortune
Interview by Mike Korn
Interview with John Cobbett of Hammers of Misfortune from 2006 
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Hammers of Misfortune
Interview by Mike Korn
Interview with John Cobbett of Hammers of Misfortune from 2004
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Slough Feg
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Interview with Mike Scalzi of Slough Feg From 2005



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Slough Feg - Atavism
Review by Mike Korn
Right now, Slough Feg is the best pure heavy metal band in America. That's a mighty bold statement to make, but one listen to "Atavism" will back it up.
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Slough Feg - Hardworlder
Review by Gary Hill
I’ve thought and thought about how to express my thoughts about this CD in as succinct and clear a way as possible and here it is: I love it! I have never heard this band before, although I’ve definitely heard of them.
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