Jack White & Co. show NYC what it means to be one of the Consolers of the Lonely.
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BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE has commissioned celebrated indie comic book writer and illustrator Tom Manning to create a mini-comic book for every one of the 11 songs on the band’s new album, “Scream Aim Fire.”
Warriors Nuclear Blast You know what you’re in for so prepare for battle when putting the latest 14-track disc from NYHC stalwarts Agnostic Front in the player, as just as you’d expect, WARRIORS is jam packed with the trademark tough guy bravado that reigned over the CBGB matinee set this band was such a huge part of. Only this time, the band finds itself returning to the crossover-thrash sound of its heyday, thanks in part...
Diablo Royale Self-Released Heavy metal soaked in whiskey suits the properly-monikered NYC quintet Diablo Royale best, as their eponymous 10-track introduction to the world provides the generation-spanning hard rock histrionics over rhythmic sludgery formula that cries for stereos to be cranked to the max for total rock immersion. Wah-wah guitars over catchy yet simple rhythms highlight much of the offering, as the style laid down by this act is reminiscent of bands like Alice in...
How Die Hard is a metaphor for the Iraqi War.
Who was in what band and what now…
Friend of the Flush, Brent Hinds of Mastodon and Fiend Without a Face is reportedly in a Las Vegas hostital after receiving a severe head injury after preforming at The MTV Video Music Awards.
Always up for a little contriversy, the Queen of Pop mans up, straps on and gives it to a dude… errr I mean Guy.
We can poke fun at the once luscious Britney Spears for hours what with all her public unravelings being caught on tape and film by the relentless paparazzi. I would probably be red faced too if my entire life was documented at every waking hour. For such things I can feel for the poor 25 year old has-been. But if you are going to freely step on stage only months after a complete mental breakdown...