Thrashhead would be super stoked to review your CD, record, cassette, book, print zine, DNA, or anything else! But please keep these things in mind when submitting materials:
Review materials will not be returned. All submitted materials become the property of Thrashhead.com Note: ThrashHead.com is in the process of acquiring a new P.O. Box for submissions, in the meantime, keep it digital.
Not all submitted materials will get a glowing review. That’s just the way it is. Our policy is honesty. Sending stuff in for review is a risk. But what’s life without some risks?!
With that said, just because you sent it in doesn’t mean it will absolutely, positively, get reviewed. If it sucks, it sucks and we don’t want to waste time listening to, writing about, editing and loading a review about something not worth the suck it’s made of. Sorry folks!
A review doesn’t mean you are getting interviewed. We will contact you if we want to interview your band. I am excited to hear some new, fresh, exciting bands and I am sure we will be introduced to a lot of really cool stuff! Don’t call us, we’ll call you.
Don’t send us ignorant crap. No racist, homophobic, sexist, xenophobic, bullshit. We don’t want ‘porno grind’ or ‘rape rock’ or anything else of that nature. Don’t waste the postage dude.
Take into account the nature of our website. We are not ‘Rolling Stone’. We don’t want rap, hip-hop, pop, bar rock, glam, alternative, etc.
We want: hardcore punk, crust and metal of it’s varying sub-genres including power, thrash, death, grind etc. Fuck yea! \m/
Also, it's time to get with it, Myspace is dead, you will want to get your music heard by as many people as possible, a good review is great, but a good review with embedded music for the reader to hear is even better! Reverbnation, Bandcamp and Youtube are great ways to get your music out onto the net and embedded into the sites which review your tunes! If you aren't yet signed to a label, Bandcamp also has the advantage of allowing you to make a buck or two for gas money before getting picked up by a label/distro.