Esteemed European festivals, Montreux Jazz (CH) and Sonar Barcelona (ES) have both played host to renowned Turkish composer Cem…
If you have never had the opportunity to catch Sloppy Seconds live, this Live – No Time For Tuning reissue via Failure Records & Tapes is close enough to the real deal. 35 years of Junk Rock goes on!
Hard-hitting rock veterans “DEMONS” return with Kiss Off, an album that demonstrates the band further earning their keep, even if they don’t owe anyone anything. Get some!
“I’ve come to realize that the greatest composers of the last century were the rock musicians, not the classical…
We connected with Killing Joke singer and keyboardist Jaz Coleman, and spoke about the new album Magna Invocatio (Spinefarm Records), working with the St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra, Paul Raven, and forty years of the band.
Due October 18th via Voodoo Rhythm, the “Too Good to be Blue”/“Get Busy Living” single from Trixie and The Trainwrecks touts a blue-collar, lowbrow, and punk rock angle to the band’s songwriting, and we dig it.
Out October 13th via H42 Records, English post-rock outfit Sons of Alpha Centauri flex their collaborative muscles on Buried Memories, partnering with both Justin Broadrick and James Plotkin to deliver an intriguing and enthralling album.
An homage to his native Detriot, Alice Cooper’s newest EP Breadcrumbs – out September 13th via earMUSIC – is a rockin’ testament to his enduring love for the Motor City.
Failure Records & Tapes is set to release Split Hits The Fans 5 on September 6th at Full Terror Assault Open Air and the short album sees both Ringworm and Child Bite in prime form.
Due July 26th via Relapse Records, Austin, Texas noise rockers Cherubs return with Immaculada High, an album which holds some of the trio’s most potent songwriting to date. You will experience this record, not just listen to it.
We caught up with The Jackets’ drummer Chris Rosales for insight into the background behind the band’s new Voodoo Rhythm Records album Queen of the Pill, his early life in the U.S. before his move to Europe, and some recommended groups happening in his neck of the woods.
Flexx Bronco’s near 20-year longevity in the underground rock world is an impressive feat backed by balls-to-the-walls motifs in their songwriting while maintaining themselves as a DIY operation. Today we premiere the music video for “Kavorka” off their new record Volume 3.
Sloks, Turin’s nihilistic howlers, recently dropped their debut album, Holy Motor, on Voodoo Rhythm Records, and it seems like the mantra is minimalism yields maximum results.