November 12, 2003  
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Website of the Week

The PRP
www.theprp.com

So, what the heck does PRP stand for, you ask? Well, you need wonder no longer: the acronym stands for Pimp Rock Palace and that’s a fairly fitting description of what this Web site offers.

For the uninitiated, the site’s mandate essentially runs as follows: “ThePRP.com is a site devoted to music that’s passionate, current and innovative, regardless of whatever scene or tag it may carry. Though we generally cater to the harder audience and enjoy heavier music, our goal is to introduce lesser known acts to a wider audience while also covering the established bands that currently make up the metal scene.”

Indeed, The PRP is an excellent place to find current info on all the coolest underground metal bands, as well as bigger acts like The Deftones and Nine Inch Nails.

The PRP’s archives are extensive, featuring loads of exclusive interviews, reviews and band profiles. The site also keeps up on current music news and upcoming release dates.

The coolest part is that PRP was originally started up by a couple of kids with a passion for music, but it’s evolved into a respected journalistic source. The site’s creators are now able to hook up interviews with big name bands.

—Megan O’Toole

 

 

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