Almost every musician says about his recent release that it's the best thing he's ever done. Most of the time those statements are dead wrong - not in the case of Robby Bloodshed when he talks about his newest ep. Fuck yeah, the tracks on Vile Carnality really surprised me in a positive way. Even if his journey as musician will definitely continue, with this ep Robby found his own sound and with that a strong base for his upcoming music.But for now, let the vile carnality begin...
Monday, October 7, 2013
Thursday, September 5, 2013
Being touted as their final album, Vagora threw it all out there with Darling Discordia. A pleasant blend of sounds familiar to past Vagora and some you wouldn’t expect, this album keeps you guessing what is around the corner with each track.
'You Think this is a fucking costume? This is THE way to party'. After the their killer-full-length-debut 'Monsters, Sex and Rock'n'Roll' (and the Back From The Grave N' Ready To Party tour with Darrow Chemical Company), Dead N' Wasted is back again. The upcoming release Alcoholocaust EP shows that punk might be dead, but still can get you wasted. If you put this mix of raw demo-songs and punkrock-covers on, you will not be able to resist: you will have to grab some beers and have a good time.
Saturday, March 9, 2013
Friday, March 1, 2013
Robby Bloodshed is called the future of horrorpunk. Well if that’s true, the future is about to begin. The kid is around for quite some time now and even put out some music with several bands, like f.e. Bad Whoremoans. But this review is about his new selftiteld solo-ep. Here you can hear how Robby grew in the last few years as a musician, and in what direction he’s heading…
Sunday, February 24, 2013
Andrew Winter and the Reckless Dodgers (AWRD) finally released their debut ep. It’s called Be Prepared and came out under Andrew Winter’s co-owned label “Ahoy Hoy! Records” . A four-song-demo and some live-shows in America and Europe already gave us little hints what to expect from the ep. But were you really prepared for the eight-songs of mountain punk since it’s totally different from what we’ve heard from Andrew “Stripes” Winter playing in other bands? For the people wondering why we write a review about a non-horror album, the answer is simple: we love good music. And AWRD definitely belongs in that category. So reanimate your dead brains and check it out and be prepared…
Thursday, January 31, 2013
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