New metal show features summer tours

Jason Cominetto ('10)/ Eastside Underground Editor, Josh Merhar ('10)/ For Eastside and Autreen Rahbari ('10)/ Eastside Radio Manager

May 17, 2010

http://www.podcastrevolution.com/viewpodcast.php?pid=832     Brett Duffey ('10) is unavailable for this episode's panel but makes rooms for guest co-host Josh Merhar ('10) to discuss blossoming summer tours, a new Triptykon alb...

East’s Got Talent preview

Jason Cominetto (’10)/ Eastside Underground Editor and Jason Cominetto (’10)/ Eastside Underground Editor

October 20, 2009

If you’re looking for any type of local high school entertainment (and why wouldn’t you be?), there’s no reason you shouldn’t stop by the Cherry Hill East auditorium to check out the school’s presentation of East’s...

Fred Stein’s Pizza & Ice Cream album unbearable for a mature audience

Jason Cominetto ('10)/Eastside Underground Editor

January 18, 2009

There is a time in every man's life when he has to realize he is not a child anymore. Apparently, Jersey musician Fred Stein did not receive that memo, as evident on his album, Pizza & Ice Cream. If you didn't get the message...

A trip to America’s Video Game Expo goes a long way

Jason Cominetto ('10)/Eastside Underground Editor

November 23, 2008

I'm just going to get this out of the way - I'm a nerd. Being a nerd, when I caught wind that America's Video Game Expo was going to be taking place in the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia this weekend, I got excited....

Smiff exemplifying future of the music industry

Jason Cominetto ('10)/Eastside Underground Editor

November 21, 2008

Scooter Smiff is the new Bruce Springsteen. His coalescing of various instruments from multiple genres creates a sound that reaches depths the likes of which no listener has heard before. It is unfathomable to anyone who has not hea...

Freshman Football Recap: East vs. West

Jason Cominetto ('10)/ Eastside Underground Editor

November 19, 2008

On Monday, the East Freshman Football team played West High School on their field after school. West took up the entire first quarter on a long drive but turned over on downs, giving East quarterback Jesse Gold (’12) the opportun...

Badminton club to resume in March

Jason Cominetto (’10)/ Eastside Underground Editor

November 13, 2008

Today was the final meeting of the Badminton Club, which took place in the East Gym from 2:30 - 4:00. Lovers of badminton met to hit birdies back and forth for the final time until early march, when the club will resume its meetings....

Guitar Hero World Tour Xbox 360 scores 9 out of 10

Jason Cominetto (’10)/Eastside Underground Editor

November 2, 2008

With the rising popularity of rhythm-based games and the wild success of the Rock Band series, it was only a matter of time before the Guitar Hero franchise dropped the axe-only gameplay it is known for. The newest iteration in...

Witchcraft and Paganism do not go hand-and-hand

Jason Cominetto ('10)/Eastside Underground Editor

October 21, 2008

J = Jason Cominetto    P = Jennifer Lane                    Mention a witch and one will probably think of a pointy hat, broomstick and bubbling cauldrons. The truth is that while witches, or those with...

GWAR keeps shock rock alive

Jason Cominetto (’10)/Eastside Underground Editor

October 7, 2008

There are many types of genres in the world of music, but none may be as interesting as shock rock.  Shock rock is a subgenre to rock, where musicians combine their music with theatric shock value in their performances, pushin...

Eastside sits down with bassist Liam Wilson

Jason Cominetto ('10)/ Eastside Online's God

April 27, 2008

The following interview was conducted between Jason Cominetto and Dillinger Escape Plan bassist Liam Wilson via email. The band’s latest release, Ire Works, is currently available through Relapse Records. Jason Cominetto: So ...

Scum of the Earth tour infests the Trocadero

Jason Cominetto ('10)/ Eastside Online's God

April 27, 2008

The Scum of the Earth tour finally made its way into Philly on Sunday, and I jumped at the chance to see one of my favorite bands, Soilwork, play. I had already seen Through the Eyes of the Dead in the past and knew they coul...

Bullet For My Valentine misses their mark with “Scream Aim Fire”

Jason Cominetto ('10)/ Eastside Online's God

April 27, 2008

Bullet For My Valentine’s "Scream Aim Fire" really makes me question where metal fans are heading nowadays. It debuted at number four on the Billboard 200 when it was released earlier this year, selling 53,000 copies in its first we...

The Sammus Theory relies on tried-and-true formula

Jason Cominetto ('10)/ Eastside Staff

February 27, 2008

Practically unknown, The Sammus Theory tries to top their debut album, Man Without Eyes, with their latest release, See (it) Through. The band’s lineup, fronted by vocalist Sammus, tries its hand at the hard rock/alternative ...


Jason Cominetto ('10)/ Eastside Staff

January 27, 2008

The latest in music news, music videos, emerging artists and programs devoted to  the musical arts: despite what was once claimed, not all of these can be found on MTV. When MTV launched in 1981, it was the country’s sour...