Meg Larkin of Spitting Roses – “Found a crowd who wouldn’t judge me for being a degenerate”.

Spitting Roses is a Sacramento, California based band, spawned from The Phlegmings (90’s Riot Grrl Band) and Rosey Palms. Meg Larkin plays keyboards and does many other wonderful things. Continue reading “Meg Larkin of Spitting Roses – “Found a crowd who wouldn’t judge me for being a degenerate”.”

New Video of Pisscat Live In Sacramento, California

In the video below PISSCAT perform their classics @ closing night of Cafe Colonial – Sacramento, California – November 17th, 2018..

Ten years ago, PISSCAT started playing music together in a high school garage punk band called Malady of Discontent. Later, they explored a heavier sound as The Final Heist. After a series of injuries and the theft of their equipment, they started PISSCAT in an attempt to return to their punk roots.

Mickie Rat of Spitting Roses – “It’s punk rock therapy”.

Spitting Roses is a Sacramento, California based band, spawned from The Phlegmings (90’s Riot Grrl Band) and Rosey Palms. Mickie Rat plays drums and sings. Continue reading “Mickie Rat of Spitting Roses – “It’s punk rock therapy”.”

Currents Debut Video For Forever Marked

Connecticut metal band CURRENTS has debuted a video today for their latest single “Forever Marked” from the band’s highly anticipated new EP, I Let The Devil In, which is out now from their label SharpTone Records.

“”Forever Marked” is a song about the separation and degradation of society through human error & conflict. We’ve touched on this subject before, but we really wanted to capture violence and the feelings of aggression & urgency to accompany the message.” – Brian Wille
“Forever Marked” is one of 5 new songs that have been in the works for several years and are finally seeing fruition for a record that further demonstrates the band’s intensity and ability to craft incredible and dynamic music that’s both highly skilled and accessible.
“We chose to do an EP so that we could take the liberty of stretching our sound out in a condensed fashion. We tried to make every song as different from one another as possible, while still maintaining one core vibe. These songs are meant to test our strengths and our limits, and we are very excited to hear all of your feedback; as it will potentially shape future music to come.” – Brian Wille

Bamboo Star from Hong Kong Release New Music Video

Bamboo Star are every bit as interesting and culturally unique as their hometown of Hong Kong. Like their fast-paced city, Bamboo Star’s music, recorded with LA-based producer Bob Marlette (Black Sabbath, Airbourne, Shinedown), is high-energy. The band makes their entry into the US market with their dazzling EP “No Hard Feelings”. The EP was pre-launched into college radio in November 2018 and has hit #8 on the NACC Heavy Top 30 as of the first week of December 2018.

The name Bamboo Star is an English play-on-words for an old Cantonese slang for a person caught between Chinese and Western cultures. The band says, “Our music is for anyone who has ever felt like they fit in everywhere and nowhere.”  Rock music, in their estimation, has been the voice of the disenfranchised and will bring people together.

Created by Australian Wolf Red (front man and vocalist) and Canadian Terence Ng (lead guitarist), who came together with Hong Kong locals Jasmine Wong (bassist) and Lawrence Wong (drummer) in Hong Kong, Bamboo Star are making some of the most captivating rock music out of Asia.

The lead single “It’s Just Business” reached #11 on the NACC Heavy Top 30 chart for six (6) consecutive weeks, and reached #43 on the Metal Contraband chart for one week. The song hit #1 on three stations: The Foundry, WXIN and KFUN. WSOU kept the track in daily rotation close to two months, WXCS moved the song into their daily top 200 show and The Foundry kept “It’s Just Business” at #1 for a month.

“It’s Just Business” was written about corruption and greed and ultimately how tyranny enables it. Wolf Red says, “At the same time, we often enable the very tyrants who oppress us.” The music video for “It’s Just Business” is a claymation story about tyrants and their war against truth, played out by satirically cute clay creatures inspired by human body parts.

The band is one of Hong Kong’s most active band in terms of touring, and has performed in Hong Kong, Japan, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, China and Canada.

KILLCODE Drop Final Video In Trilogy Series For Show Me

American hard rockers KILLCODE announced in October the release of three consecutive videos they are calling ‘The Trilogy‘ from their current release, The Answer . And now they’ve dropped the finale in the series of three, “Show Me’.”

The tracks used for the three videos are “The Answer,” “Put it Off,” and “Show Me.” David Swajeski started a creative relationship with KILLCODE when he heard the song “Breaking Away” and used it as a theme song in his film DRESSED. Since that time David has collaborated with Tom and the KILLCODE KREW on several music videos and a documentary project to aid the victims of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. The Trilogy Collection marks a new cinematic and storytelling direction for the band.

KILLCODE fans have been asking for a new video and KILLCODE has delivered threefold! Delivering a sound of Southern infused hard rock / metal with a modern vocal injection. Moving, energetic, passionate and riff driven rock that fans the world over have come to know and love.

Anna Dubois of Spitting Roses – “Run-DMC was my first record, I love records”.

Spitting Roses is a Sacramento, California based band, spawned from The Phlegmings (90’s Riot Grrl Band) and Rosey Palms. Anna Dubois plays guitar and sings. Continue reading “Anna Dubois of Spitting Roses – “Run-DMC was my first record, I love records”.”