kingsofar.com review of the anix.
The Anix – Los Angeles, CA. Exciting, hook-oriented blend of alternative rock, pop, nu-metal, synth & new wave. Think Depeche Mode, The Cure crossed with the likes of Linkin Park, Orgy, Zeromancer, etc. Supporting the 12-song album An Illusion Of Time, which was produced by band member Brandon Smith (vocals, guitar, programming). Has a very strong & loyal fanbase, which includes David Silveria (Korn), All Access Magazine, KROQ, etc. Was recently voted by 96.7 KCAL as one of the Top 5 Unsigned Bands. For more information, contact Spencer M. Smith c/o Spencer Productions at ###.###.#### or email@example.com. Booking is M Productions (Linkin Park, Static-X, HIM).
Listen To: Its Not The Same
Listen To: If Humans Had No Voice
They had noting bad to say about the anix...at all. Look at how critical they usually are...
EXAMPLE of other reviews from the site:
Orgy – Punk Statik Paranoia
D1 Music – February 24, 2004
Orgy – Punk Statik Paranoia. It’s been over three years since Los Angeles’ Orgy last released an album, and the band have taken quite a step down from the successes of their previous albums in Vapor Transmission (Warner Bros.) and their debut Candyass (Elementree) – which reached Gold & Platinum status respectively and saw the band touring with the likes of Korn’s Family Values Tour – to releasing a self-recorded effort through frontman Jay Gordon’s very own label D1 Music. The album, if you can even call it that with its measly nine tracks, is said to be a collection of demos & unreleased material written for the group’s never-released third LP, and it is obvious that the quality of songs found on this recording is not nearly up to the standard shown by the band on previous efforts, sounding more like bad Korn/Adema rip-offs, than anything written by a band who has several years of experience under their belts. In the end, Orgy’s Punk Statik Paranoia is the sound of a band who’s left their best moments behind…
The Anix mentioned on the front page of absolutepunk.com:
"Unsigned But I Doubt For Very Long... A bunch of labels are digging The Anix, they remind me a little bit of Orgy, but they are the hot unsigned band of the moment."