Is it not possible that popular music is about to die and is seeing its life flash before its eyes? In the past year alone we've witnessed a parade of hot new bands reanimate the old sounds of classic soul, '70s arena rock, gnarly punk, '80s electro, and vintage rock, folk, and country. Not surprisingly, the legends of yesterday are doing well for themselves piggybacking these groups that have revived their aesthetic for modern ears. The Sex Pistols have returned; Earth, Wind & Fire re-formed; Iggy Pop went low-carb and hit the road; Kraftwerk, Mission of Burma, Urge Overkill, the Pixies -- all of them back, resurrected, wandering the pop-culture village like so many half-conscious Frankensteins. And now you can add one more name to that list: San Francisco's Death Angel, the teen titans of... More >>>