As the Grammy-winning Deftones ("Best Metal Performance 2001") have illustrated over the past 20 years, there's plenty of room for progression in aggressive music. Whether you effuse admiration for the band or haven't really developed a taste for their art, there's no question that they bring a diverse crayon box to school, often coloring outside the lines of popular music theory. As a result, other bands have copied their homework but haven't been able to back it up with a proper oral report.
Last year, Gillian Welch’s longtime musical collaborator Dave Rawlings released his first solo album A Friend Of A Friend under the clever moniker – Dave Rawlings Machine. The album, which