Watch Video of REDD KROSS’ Entire Sacramento Performance

In the video below REDD KROSS perform a full set of classics at Holy Diver – Sacramento, California – December 12th, 2018 Continue reading “Watch Video of REDD KROSS’ Entire Sacramento Performance”

Dale Crover’s “Bad Move” Video Inspired By Paul McCartney’s “Coming Up”

Dale Crover, inspired by Paul McCartney’s 1980 video for “Coming Up,” premieres the video for “Bad Move” via Dangerous Minds.

“We had a lot of fun making the video,” says Crover. “It’s a parody of a Paul McCartney video where he plays all the characters. It was shot on VHS, which makes it look very dirty and from a different era.”

The clip, which was directed by Adam Harding (videos for Warpaint, Best Coast), finds Crover popping up in multiple roles, as McCartney did decades earlier. Qui’s Matt Cronk, Altamont’s Dan Southwick (as the Birthday Party’s Tracy Pew) and longtime Melvins’ recording partner Toshi Kasai make guest appearances.

Pre-orders, in all formats, are available now via the Joyful Noise webstorehttps://www.joyfulnoiserecordings.com/products/the-fickle-finger-of-fate.

Crover has a busy remainder of the year, with North American Melvins’ tour dates stretching through early October followed by a recently announced double-header of the Melvins and Redd Kross (Crover plays drums in both bands) trekking overseas to both Europe and Australia. Dates are below.

The Fickle Finger of Fate was co-produced by Crover and Kasai. Crover played the bulk of the instruments on the collection (guitar, keyboards, drums) as well as vocals. Guests include Redd Kross’ Steven McDonald, Dan Southwick (Altamont) and Crover’s 11-year-old daughter Scarlett who assists with violin, percussion and vocals.

Melvins/Redd Kross tour dates:

October 9 Bristol, UK Exchange

October 10 Leeds, UK Brudenell Social Club

October 11 Glasgow, UK SWG3

October 12 Manchester, UK Gorilla

October 13 Birmingham, UK 02 Institute2

October 15 Antwerp, Belgium Desertfest

October 16 Hamburg, Germany LOGO

October 17 Copenhagen, Denmark Jazzhouse

October 18 Goteborg, Sweden Pustervik

October 19 Oslo, Norway Bla

October 20 Malmo, Sweden Babel

October 22 Berlin, Germany Festsaal

October 23 Leipzig, Germany UT Connewitz

October 24 Vienna, Austria Arena Wein

October 26 Trezzo Sull’adda, Italy Live Club

October 27 Zurich, Switzerland Rote Fabrik

October 28 Schorndorf, Germany Club Manufaktur

October 29 Cologne, Germany Gebaude 9

October 30 Amsterdam, Netherlands Paradiso Noord

October 31 London, UK Electric Brixton

November 3 Perth, Australia Amplifier Capitol

November 4 Adelaide, Australia The Gov

November 8 Melbourne, Australia Max Watts

November 9 Sydney, Australia The Factory Theatre

November 10 Fortitude Valley, Australia Crowbar

Dale Crover (The Melvins) Premieres “Hillbilly Math”

As the release of Dale Crover’s (Melvins) debut solo album, The Fickle Finger of Fate (Aug. 4, Joyful Noise Recordings), gets closer, the legendary drummer shares a second new song from the 20-track album, “Hillbilly Math.” Continue reading “Dale Crover (The Melvins) Premieres “Hillbilly Math””

Melvins announce North American tour

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The Melvins return to the road with the continuation of their Hold It In tour kicking off June 6 in Tucson at Club Congress.

The tour announcement comes as Ipecac Recordings’ confirms the June 2 reissue of the Melvins’ 2001 release, Electroretard. The 8-song album features the line-up of Buzz Osborne, Dale Crover and Kevin Rutmanis.

The Melvins’ released Hold It In in October, the 12-song album pairs Osborne and Crover with Butthole Surfers’ JD Pinkus and Paul Leary. Osborne, Crover and Pinkus will be the touring line-up for this run of dates with labelmates Le Butcherettes opening. Le Butcherettes released Cry Is For The Flies in September and had joined the Melvins on the first leg of the Hold It In tour.

6/6 Tucson, AZ @ Club Congress
6/7 El Paso, TX @ Lowbrow Palace
6/9 San Antonio, TX @ Korova
6/10 Austin, TX @ The Mohawk
6/11 Dallas, TX @ Trees
6/12 Norman, OK @ Opolis
6/14 Lawrence, KS @ The Bottleneck
6/15 St. Louis, MO @ The Firebird
6/16 Grand Rapids, MI @ The Pyramid Scheme
6/17 Detroit, MI @ Shelter
6/18 Columbus, OH @ A&R Music Bar
6/18-21 Montebello, QC @ Amnesia Rockfest
6/22 Toronto, ON @ Danforth Music Hall
6/23 London, ON @ Call The Office
6/25 Cleveland, OH @ The Grog Shop
6/26 Syracuse, NY @ The Westcott Theater
6/27 Boston, MA @ Paradise Rock Club
6/28 Hamden, CT @ The Ballroom at the Outer Space
6/29 New York, NY @ Santos Party House
6/30 New York, NY @ Santos Party House
7/1 Philadelphia, PA @ Underground Arts
7/2 Baltimore, MD @ Ottobar
7/3 Carrboro, NC @ Cat’s Cradle
7/5 Nashville, TN @ Exit In
7/6 Louisville, KY @ Mercury Ballroom
7/7 Indianapolis, IN @ The Vogue Theatre
7/8 Chicago, IL @ Double Door
7/9 Madison, WI @ High Noon Saloon
7/11 Minneapolis, MN @ Grumpy’s
7/12 Fargo, ND @ The Aquarium
7/13 Sioux Falls, SD @ The District
7/14 Omaha, NE @ The Waiting Room
7/16 Ft. Collins, CO @ Aggie Theatre
7/17 Denver, CO @ Summit Music Hall
7/18 Taos, NM @ Taos Mesa Brewing
7/19 Albuquerque, NM @ The Launchpad
7/21 Phoenix, AZ @ Crescent Ballroom

The Melvins Streaming New Album (Hold It In) via Pandora‏

The Melvins are streaming their forthcoming album, Hold It In (Oct. 14, Ipecac Recordings), in its entirety via Pandora (http://pdora.co/1vG3Soc).
Joining Buzz Osborne and Dale Crover for the 12-song album are Butthole Surfers’ guitar player Paul Leary and bass player JD Pinkus.  Hold It In was recorded in both Los Angeles and Austin earlier this year.
Digital pre-orders for Hold It In are available now via iTunes with the album lead-off, “Bride of Crankenstein,” offered as an immediate download upon order: http://geni.us/MelvinsHoldItIn.  Rolling Stone previously premiered “Brass Cupcake,” saying the new record “sounds like the Cars and Devo plugging into Blue Cheer’s amp stacks.”
The Melvins kick off a round of U.S. tour dates on Oct. 15 in Sacramento at Assembly, with label mates Le Butcherettes opening through Oct. 30. Osborne, Crover and Pinkus will be the touring line-up for this run of dates.
Tour dates:
October 15     Sacramento, CA     Assembly
October 17     Bellingham, WA     Wild Buffalo House of Music
October 18     Seattle, WA     The Showbox
October 19     Portland, OR     Roseland Theater
October 21     San Francisco, CA     Great American Music Hall
October 22     San Luis Obispo, CA     SLO Brewing
October 23     Los Angeles, CA     The Troubadour
October 24     San Diego, CA     The Casbah
October 25     Phoenix, AZ     The Crescent Ballroom
October 26     Albuquerque, NM     The Launchpad
October 28     Dallas, TX     Trees
October 29     Austin, TX     Mohawk
October 30     Houston, TX     Warehouse Live – Studio
October 31     New Orleans, LA     Voodoo Fest
November 1     Pensacola, FL     Vinyl Music Hall
November 2     Gainesville, FL     The Wooly
November 3     Jacksonville, FL     Jack Rabbit’s
November 4     Orlando, FL     The Social
November 5     Ft. Lauderdale, FL     The Culture Room
November 6     Tampa, FL     Orpheum Theater
November 8     Atlanta, GA     The Loft at Center Stage
November 9     Birmingham, AL     Zydeco