Like the title says, we got a doozy for you today that we’re “Pretty Sure” will be right to…
Tiger Army returned to the UK after a three-year hiatus to the joy of fans old and new. Along for the ride was the Finish post-punk outfit Grave Pleasures and the one to watch out for, The Nightmares from Newport, Wales.
After nearly 20 years, psychobilly innovators Gutter Demons are still churning out quality records, with the most recent being 2018’s No God, No Ghost, No Saints. While at Heavy MTL, Mike Bax spoke with the whole band about the festival, Stomp Records, and their gateway bands.
Epitaph act Off With Their Heads played an unforgettable punk show at New Cross Inn, London UK, supported by The Murderburgers, Nosebleed, Aerial Salad and Triple Sundae.
At this year’s Rock On The Range, guitarist Rob Caggiano of the Danish band Volbeat, stopped by to chat with us about the band, their writing process, and the ROTR festival!
Welcome to the twisted world of The Brains. This psychobilly project from Montreal, QC released their album Zombie Nation via Stomp Records back in 2010. With this release, the trio was at it again with their trademark sound; including catchy vocal lines, fast-paced punk music, and a slapped, stand up bass (instead of the standard punk rock electric bass guitar).
Montreal, QC psychobilly’s The Brains are back with their 2011 Stomp Records release, Drunk Not Dead. The band sets up their customary 3piece drums, guitar and stand up bass and slap their way through 13 short, undead and to-the-point tracks. Their mix of punk and psychobilly overlayed with snappy vocals makes for catchy songs that latch on to your brain and don’t let go. With cool tracks from “Four Beasts Ride” and “We Are The Brains” to “Oh Murder!” and “Horsemen”, Drunk Not Dead in my opinion, holds the best songs The Brains have written to date.