Incubus, Deftones and The Bots Photos and Review by Mike Bax Originally just solicited as an Incubus show, Edgefest…
No Assembly Required (aka NAR) met online in 1999 on a Nirvana message board. Check out their rad cover of the song “Something In The Way.”
Robotic Empire’s second Nirvana tribute album, Whatever Nevermind, is released tomorrow (Saturday, April 18th) as part of Record Store Day 2015.
Roughly a year ago La Dispute recorded a tribute to Nirvana’s “Polly” at a live show in Seattle, capturing the aesthetic of the originators run through the filters of La Dispute’s creative engines.
Philly noise quartet Nothing have unveiled their tribute to Nirvana’s “Something In The Way” via SoundCloud – listen here!
Robotic Empire is extremely stoked to announce their second tribute to Nirvana, this time with their breakout Nevermind album being covered in full by a diverse range of bands.
NYC-based mob, White Widows Pact, confirms that the tracking of their impending debut LP has been completed. The album was captured at the Wild Arctic with Dean Baltulonis over the past several weeks, and is being finalized now for release on a label to be determined later this year.
Punk band Scream has been kicking around for almost 30 years. At the height of their career they were touring Europe and attracting thousands of fans. Now after a long absence, they’re back with a new EP entitled Hailux. This EP was produced by none other than former Scream drummer and current Foo Fighter frontman, Dave Grohl. Also, Scream guitarist and vocalist Franz Stahl temporarily replaced Foo Fighters guitarist Pat Smear for two years.
In 2010 Derek Vincent Smith waited until the end of the year to release a remix EP, but this year he’s doing things different and rolling them out as they come. His newest creation is a heavy and beautiful track that remixes and samples Radiohead’s “Everything In Its Right Place,” Nirvana’s “All Apologies” and Nine Inch Nails’ “Closer.”