Les Claypool’s Fearless Flying Frog Brigade has announced that it will return to the road this fall for 10-additional appearances.
Joined side stage by Alex Lifeson and Geddy Lee, Primus (w/ support Black Mountain) delivered one hell of a spectacle while covering Rush’s seminal ‘A Farewell To Kings’ album.
Steaksauce Mustache returns with their third full-length, ‘All Juice, No Noise’ (Silent Pendulum Records), loaded with chaotic mathcore.
Trevor Dunn (Mr. Bungle) and ethno jazz fanatic Jarvis Earnshaw team up to form Travis Duo and deliver some suitably trippy vibes on their debut ‘Hypnagogia,’ releasing on December 10th. It’s an intensely personal, exploratory journey that should not be undertaken on a whim.
MouthBreather’s chaotic new offering ‘I’m Sorry Mr. Salesman’ is the stuff nightmares are made of. Read our review here.
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Funk rock/metal trio Primus has just announced a crazy-interesting, not to mention lengthy, North American tour which will see they pay homage to Rush by performing then legendary prog-rock band’s classic 1977 release, A Farewell to Kings, in its entirety.
Slayer, supported by Primus, Ministry, and opening act Philip H. Anselmo & The Illegals, played their final show at The Forum in Los Angeles, and it was a night to remember to say the very least.
An hour after their dominant performance at Heavy Montréal, Mike Bax spoke with 3Teeth frontman Lex about the experience of opening for TOOL, new album Metawar, covering Foster The People, and much more.
Calling all weirdo-rock lovers; we’ve got a good one for ya today! Titled “Panic Attack #2,” we’re debuting the funky-fresh lead single off the forthcoming sophomore album, Popcorn, but also House Fire, from New York’s Yucca King.
In the latest edition of our continued Top 10 series, Century Media-signed heavy metal band Witherfall give us their “Ten Best Album Covers According to Witherfall,” including King Diamond, Led Zeppelin and Type O Negative.
Progressive behemoths Mastodon are currently in the midst of a co-headlining run with funk metal trio Primus and we caught up with them at the Maine State Pier on a chilly Sunday, May 27th.