The Official PULP Wayback Machine

Witness the evolution - the audiomorphosis of the local and international music scene as we take you back to the time it all started, 1999, and back to the present made possible by you. You are viewing the official wayback machine of PULP Magazine, providing you a trip back to music history in the last decade... IN YOUR FACE!

Inside This Issue:

Speaking Of Cueshe

The band, despite their affinity for mushy love songs, has long been adamant about not giving a shit about the opinions of detractors. The Cebuano seven-piece ensemble, that has been accused for everything from being a show band to plagiarizing a Silverchair tune, is still standing, and they continue to dangle the products of their success in plain sight of critics.

Audioslave: The Original Fire Is Back

Audioslave rekindles the fire with their new record Revelations. The quartet, which emerged from the ashes of both Soundgarden and Rage Against The Machine, returns with a funky and topical album that is as scathing as their previous bands' best work.

Drama Queen... and Kings

Evanescence is back with a new album entitled The Open Door. The record, which comes three years after the release of their massive major label debut Fallen, was made amidst a lot of turmoil.

The Evolution of Sandwich

Things just keep getting better for Sandwich. Despite losing a pivotal original member, the band has managed to come up smelling like roses, scoring a hit with their new album Five On The Floor.

The Real Narda

Anything that has the name Narda attached to it seems to be doing well these days. And Narda (the band) wants to capitalize on the phenomenon to have listeners dancing with abandon.