North Jersey Notes: The Blackfires, Voodoo Terror Tribe, Murder 1, and more

THE BLACKFIRES—New York City

One of the local bands that really piqued my interest at this year’s Rock Carnival at FirstEnergy Park in Lakewood, NJ this weekend is a New York City band called The Blackfires. I can’t understand why there isn’t more press on these guys. Where did they …

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North Jersey Notes: The Tattoo Rebellion, Blue Food, Voodoo Terror Tribe and More!

One band that’s really tickled my fancy recently is a band called The Tattoo Rebellion. I’ve seen their name a few times on event invites on Facebook, but have never really checked them out until recently; and I think these guys rock! What drew me to them was their …

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North Jersey Notes: Aurin, Blue Food, Voodoo Terror Tribe and BlackOcean


AURIN—Northern NJ
With this week’s band, I did something a little different. I was on Twitter when I noticed a Sarah Anderson had started following me. I didn’t know who she was, so I took a look at her profile and it turned out she was the lead singer of …

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North Jersey Notes: Hoodless, Geb Zurburg, Voodoo Terror Tribe and More!

HOODLESS—Jersey City, NJ

I recently received an email from a band called Hoodless out of Jersey City, NJ, letting me know about their gig at The Starland Ballroom in Sayreville, NJ, opening for Fuel. Unfortunately, that email came in too late for me to include in this column. I …

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North Jersey Notes: Fate Strikes Twice

FATE STRIKES TWICE—Denville, NJ

My bro Harry Dullys, former lead singer of Voodoo Terror Tribe, has a new project. The name of the band is Fate Strikes Twice. I logged onto reverbnation.com/fatestrikestwice to give his new band a listen, and I thought that they were pretty good. The songs …

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North Jersey Notes: Updates

My bros from Killcode are still hard at work on their first full-length CD with producer Stacey O’Dell. According to Killcode singer Tom Morrissey, the band is about nine songs in, and as he put it: “So far, so great!” Killcode is so excited about the upcoming CD that they’ve …

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North Jersey Notes: Star Killer, Christa Renee Band And More!

When my bro Ian Krier, guitarist for the band Star Killer, asked me to check out his band, it was pretty much a no-brainer. Ian and singer Jasin Cadic were always supportive of my old band. They would come down and see us perform whenever they were in …

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North Jersey Notes: No More Pain, Trimm, Voodoo Terror Tribe And More!

NO MORE PAIN—Old Bridge, NJ

I recently learned about a great up and coming band out of Old Bridge, NJ. The name of the band is No More Pain and, believe me, there is no pain when you’re listening to their music. These young lads are good! I was turned …

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North Jersey Notes: A Clean Getaway, The Compulsions, Will Killmore And More!

A CLEAN GETAWAY—Edison, NJ

I came across a pretty cool band out of Edison, NJ that really tickled my fancy. As I listened to each of the tracks from their EP, Grounded, I felt like I heard a hit with every song that I listened to. The name of …

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North Jersey Notes: Voodoo Terror Tribe, Sixty Miles Down, Scarlet Carson And More!

VOODOO TERROR TRIBE—Rockaway, NJ

I recently received an email from Thomas Comito aka T-Bone from the band Voodoo Terror Tribe letting me know that the last time that I featured the band, they had a totally different lineup, and that I should give them another listen because they’re sound has …

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