Albums

Johnny B. Morbid: Welcome To Die!

After letting four years pass without releasing any new material, New Jersey's own Johnny B. Morbid have returned with their fifth studio album, Welcome To Die! The horror punk band, which has gone through ...

Ultra Bidé: DNA Vs DNA-c

Hailing from Japan, Ultra Bidé have been around since 1978, but DNA Vs DNA-c is their first label release in 10 years. A noise punk outfit made up of two bassists and a drummer, their approach to music is s...

The Melodic: Effra Parade

Hailing from the melting-pot Brixton area of South London, The Melodic are an intrinsically British folk rock band. Effra Parade is their first full-length, and was recorded in a makeshift studio that was p...

AAA Battery: Year Of The Woman

When bassist Joe Maydak and drummer/guitarist Fred Jeske first approached Canadian solo artist and experimental filmmaker Spookey Ruben to lend his vocals to a track that they had been writing, they did not...

The Rebel Set: How To Make A Monster

The lo-fi sounds of newcomers The Rebel Set are etching their way through the woodwork to make their debut in Jan. 2014 with How To Make A Monster. Anyone familiar with the sounds of the Ramones or, dare I ...

Enabler: Flies

Over the course of their four-year span as a band, the Milwaukee hardcore four-piece Enabler have put out more records than some artists who have been together for twice that amount of time. The latest in t...

Winds Of Plague: Resistance

This Los Angeles, California, metal band has returned for a fifth album. The lineup has been solid since the addition of Alana Potocnik on keyboards in 2009 and now for the new album, Resistance, drummer Br...

Take Berlin: Lionize

Take Berlin are based in both Brooklyn and Berlin (pardon the alliteration), and have made it their goal to build a bridge across the Atlantic using the histories and cultural influences of the borough and ...

Katey Sagal: Covered

Katey Sagal has quite the résumé, with both an acclaimed acting career and a memorable music pursuit under her belt. She is known best as Peggy Bundy on Married… With Children, the voice of Leela on Futuram...

Warbringer: IV: Empires Collapse

Warbringer come back for a fourth time with half of the old bandmates of Mantic Ritual—vocalist John Kevill, guitarists Jeff Potts and John Laux, bassist Ben Mottsman and drummer Carlos Cruz—for the stronge...
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