Housecore Fest Concert Review: Danzig/Samhain at Emo’s

Housecore Fest Concert Review: Danzig/Samhain at Emo’s: moody metal frontman closes Housecore Horror Fest in ...


Stream New Billy Idol Album ‘Kings and Queens of the Underground’

Stream New Billy Idol Album ‘Kings and Queens of the Underground’: new album follows singer’s recently released autobiography ‘Dancing With Myself.’ Billy Idol’s new autobiography Dancing With Myself came out last week, and he’ll be following his lurid tell-all with Kings and Queens of the Underground, his eight studio album, and first release in nearly a decade. […]

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David Bowie Reveals New Song ‘Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime)’

David Bowie premieres ‘Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime)’ in advance of upcoming 3-disc compilation. David Bowie is set to release his greatest hits/rarities collection Nothing Has Changed on November 17th. And he offered a teaser, premiering  new song ‘Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime)’ on BBC’s Radio 6 program. While this is a new track, […]

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The Church ‘Further/Deeper’ Review

The Church ‘Further/Deeper’ Review: Veteran Australian alt-rockers sound refreshed and vibrant, 34 years into their career.  Fans of  The Church have been on a rollercoaster ride the past few years. In 2012, frontman Steve Kilbey threatened to pull the plug due to frustration with their record label. But last year, the crisis seemed averted when the band announced working on […]

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Twin Peaks to Return in 2016 as Showtime Mini-series

Twin Peaks to Return in 2016 as Showtime Mini-series: David Lynch’s cult classic series to be resurrected as nine-episode Showtime mini-series. “I’ll see you again in 25 years.” Those were the words of Laura Palmer to Agent Dale Cooper in the series finale of Twin Peaks in 1991. And it seems she was true to her […]

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‘Gone Girl’ Soundtrack Review

‘Gone Girl’ Soundtrack Review: Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross create a soundscape of beautiful decay. Is Gone Girl, Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross’s third soundtrack for director David Fincher their best yet? Well their score for his adaptation of Gillian Flynn’s novel is certainly worthy of that estimation, showing an evolution from earlier scores The Social […]

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The Melvins Hold It In

The Melvins ‘Hold It In’ Review

The Melvins ‘Hold It In’ Review: The Melvins + Butthole Surfers=greatness Buzz Osborne has had a pretty stellar 2014. His acoustic album This Machine Kills Artists redefined how heavy and uncompromising an acoustic album could be. And now he’s following up with the new Melvins album: Hold It In (Ipecac Recordings). And it’s one of their most […]

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Aphex Twin ‘Syro’ Review

Aphex Twin ‘Syro’ Review: Richard D. James tones down the weird, but remains sonically inventive. If there was ever a genre that needs a good kick in the ass, its EDM, which often sounds as dull and effortless as its construction. Predictable, rote and irritating, it shows just how far electronic music has fallen since the […]

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Trent Reznor Previews ‘Gone Girl’ Soundtrack

Trent Reznor Previews ‘Gone Girl’ Soundtrack: Original score to David Fincher film will be released next week. David Fincher’s film adaptation of Gillian Flynn’s ‘Gone Girl’ won’t hit theaters until October 3rd, but you can hear the soundtrack next week. Click here for my soundtrack review. The score, composed by Nine Inch Nails mastermind Trent Reznor and his […]

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Bryan Ferry

New Bryan Ferry Album ‘Avonmore’ Set For November Release

Bryan Ferry surprises fans with new album announcement; ‘Avonmore’ due for November 2014 release. Roxy Music frontman Bryan Ferry made a surprise announcement this week: he’s releasing a new album ‘Avonmore’ on November 17th. The album, his first studio album since 2010′s ‘Olympia’ (not counting his jazz-excursion ‘The Jazz Age’), will be a star-studded affair, featuring […]

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Fantastic Fest 2014 Coverage

Hey folks, if you see less output on my blog over the next week, it’s because I’ll be covering the 10th Anniversary of Fantastic Fest for my horror movie column on Examiner.com I’ll be up to my eyeballs in movie awesomeness, so be sure to check out my column for a bevy of reviews of […]

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