They say it is those who burn the fastest that also burn brightest; as far as Musicians are concerned, Jimi Hendrix is a prime example.
If you’re looking to blow off some steam, the dudes in Scattered Hamlet may be able to lend a hand. The rowdy Southern rockers deliver a doozie via the lyric video for their barn-burning single, “Lowdown.”
In sum, The Body Remembers ain’t Electric Youth. Nor should it be. But it is a crisp snapshot of who Debbie Gibson is today. Which is pretty darn fabulous!
Soldiers Of Destruction’s frontman and punk rock legend, Morat, takes us through some of his favourite punk rock stories.
Pro-Skater Riley Hawk and his mates batter through forty minutes of frustration-fuelled punk/metal rock on their new album, ‘Next To Pay.’
The Wildhearts frontman Ginger chats about their loyal fans, his favourite live albums and being this generation’s Motörhead.
Budderside frontman Patrick Stone talks about their new album ‘Spiritual Violence‘ and their friendship with rock icon Lemmy.
When Killer Be Killed formed in 2011 to start making music together, there was a collective holding of breath…
Like a kid on Christmas morning, I begin ripping open my oversized, War and Peace-like package that only identifies…
Yep, Caninus was a dog-fronted metal band; the first one ever, if you can believe that! Well, after disbanding…
To commemorate the 40th anniversary of “The Year of Motörhead,” Sanctuary Records / BMG has just dropped 1979, an exhaustive and impressive, multi-disc box set — one that makes for an amazing “must-have” collection for the band’s dedicated drooling disciples.
The second full-length solo project from Norway’s Abbath, Outstrider (Season of Mist), is a shining example of what black ‘n roll should be: a balanced offering of icy bleakness and fast, rhythmic riffing that injects a much-needed jolt of impassioned celebration into a scene that takes itself far too seriously.