Tag: Henry Rollins

“The End of Silence” by Rollins Band (No. 25)

The End of Silence is the kind of music that would make construction crews call about noise violations. If Spinal Tap turns it up to 11, then the Rollins Band takes it to 13. It’s an abattoir for eardrums. What I’m saying, kids, is this is a loud one...

“Weight” by Rollins Band (No. 84)

If you ever need an album to derive inspiration from at the gym, Weight is your friend. The Rollins Band’s 1994 Weight is the Rollins Band at its most accessible, but losing none of its hardness. “Disconnect” starts relatively placidly, Rollins speak-singing about wanting to get away from the...