For this edition of the Paltrocast, Darren Paltrowitz spoke with 3 different musicians who have been recording and touring the world for decades: Wednesday 13, Monkees singer Micky Dolenz, and Korn and KXM drummer Ray Luzier.
To commemorate the 20th anniversary of Wisconsin Death Trip, Static-X hit The Observatory in Santa Ana with DevilDriver, Dope, and Wednesday 13 for a sweaty, energetic night of new and old.
As part of their Wisconsin Death Trip Tour, a reformed Static-X with a new, masked lead singer, delivered a high-energy performance at Toronto’s Opera House and brought along with them DevilDriver, Dope and Wednesday 13.
Jared Putnam is a very busy man. The creative force behind alternative rock/indie project The March Divide joins us for a guest blog regarding the making of his new single “I Got Lost.”
Johnny Crowder, vocalist for the alternative metal act Prison, chats with us about his “unsigned and unstoppable” band, their upcoming new music, and blossoming mental wellness app, Cope Notes.
DevilDriver rope in some of their metal buddies to give some Outlaw Country classics a bit of a metal makeover. How’s the end result? Read our thoughts here…
To go along with their new North American tour, alt-goth rockers Death Valley High have released a new lyric video for “Play Dead.”
Wednesday 13 is set to release his sixth solo album, Monsters Of The Universe: Come Out & Plague on January 12th, 2015 via DevCo/Cargo Records. In tandem, a UK tour for March goes on sale today (November, 21st). Full dates detailed below.
Wednesday 13, the former lead singer of Slipknot drummer Joey Jordison’s side project Murderdolls didn’t want to just “sit around” while Jordison went back to his group Slipknot for recording and touring. So he went on to do what he has always done, make music. He released his first solo album named Transylvania 90210: Songs of Death, Dying, and the Dead to help fulfill part of his contract under his solo artist name, Wednesday 13.