Hatebreed remain one of the most relevant and impactful acts in the hard rock and metal scenes. The Connecticut band celebrate 25 years of ruthless breakdowns, pit-stirring anthems, and poignant lyrics across eight albums and consistently sold-out shows in 2019. Continue reading “Concert Photo Review: HATEBREED @ Ace Of Spades – May 20th, 2019”
The latest visual cut from Cannibal Corpse is from the mind of horror FX veteran Doug Sakmann. The concept builds upon the world brought to life by Zev Deans in the previously released “Code of the Slashers” video but adds significantly to the visual gore department. Sakmann shot the concept in Philadelphia, PA and the live footage was captured by Jesse Davis in San Francisco, CA. The video stars adult performers Nadia White and Talia Satana, as well as actresses Sonja Century, Kim Reo, and actor Alex Webster as the final kill of the video. Continue reading “CANNIBAL CORPSE unveil brutal new “Red Before Black” video”
In the video below DARK FUNERAL perform in Oakland, California – May 18th, 2019 also on the bill were Belphegor, Incantation, Hate, Vale Of Pnath and Nightmarer. Continue reading “Watch DARK FUNERAL Live At Oakland Metro In Oakland, California”
In the video below Tom Sundgren of Capital Chaos TV talks touring, mushrooms and snacks with Cameron Porras of Inanimate Existence @ The Boardwalk – Orangevale , California. Continue reading “Interview with Cameron Porras of Inanimate Existence”
420 Fest – Marysville, California
By Jennifer Black
ONOFF, sometimes stylized as ONOFF, is a Rock Trio punk rock band from Dublin, Ireland.
ONOFF broke onto the Irish scene in 2002 with the release of their ‘Hey Jack! You’re Late!’ album, which reached number 7 in Irish Tower Chart. By then, ONOFF had already played sold out shows around Ireland prior to release which included shows in the Ambassador Theatre.
ONOFF‘s now infamous live performances; which included getting fans on stage, fire-breathing finales, and even arriving on stage in coffins, landed them support slots with their own idols such as Fall Out Boy, Bad Religion, Funeral For a Friend and Therapy, as well as a tour with ska-punk legends Reel Big Fish. Continue reading “Concert Photo Review : ONOFF At 420 Fest – Marysville, California – April 20th, 2019”
The Absence are streaming their cover of Bad Religion‘s “Do What You Want” below. Should you like to have your music in a more tangible format, you can find this cover along with the band’s new track “Walking Shdaows” and a live version of “Septic Testament” on a cassette the band are selling via their ongoing tour with Deicide, Origin and Jungle Rot.
The band’s drummer Jeramie Kling commented of this cover:
“‘Do What You Want‘ is named accordingly. Fuck norms, fuck stigmas, fuck walls, do what you want. Makes sense to us, bang your head! Special thanks for our friend Stanley Soares for mixing this bastard!” Via The PRP