For anyone who is a fan of all things metal and rock, Blue Heron’s debut, ‘Ephemeral’ (Kozmik Artifactz (DE), Seeing Red Records (USA)) is a clear winner, and not to be missed by any means.
The “Transmission’s On” and so is Gramma Vedetta, with the release of the brand new single from their latest offering ‘The Hum of The Machine,’ due on May 27th via Mandrone Records.
We chat with Jared Russell of rock duo Chlorine about their new single and music video for “Thanks For Nothing,” and how the legacy of grunge and alternative has seeped into the music of today.
Ok, Buzz Osborne, Dale Crover, and Steven McDonald of Melvins DIDN’T solve all the world’s problems with their May…
Alphaville is the first Imperial Triumphant release I’ve come across, and, when an album is prefaced with a word…
In these quarantined, crazy crisis times, one thing we could all do with is crushing new music to wrap…
NYC blues-punk king, Jon Spencer, returns with a video for new single “I Got The Hits” that delves into the darkest corners of America.
Feeling angsty today? Don’t fret ‘cause we’ve got the solution! Simply stream the brand new “Soft & Gentle” single from UK rock trio, The Leo Star Electric Band, and you’ll feel all kinds of better!
NYC blues-punk king, Jon Spencer has just confirmed a Fall 2018 release of his first-ever solo recording, Spencer Sings the Hits!.
“The only reason grunge exists is because the Pacific Northwest was an overlooked, downtrodden shithole that no one gave a fuck about up until the early 90’s.” So begins our latest instalment of our Ridiculously Short History of… Series; this time for Grunge!
Each of the eight songs is an irreverent example of instrumental freedom and doom-laden heaviness merging with catchy melody and unhinged exploration.
The Melvins have put out a new track called “Stop Moving To Florida” from their new record Pinkus Abortion Technician.