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”

Concert Photo Review: Melvins at Holy Diver – Sacramento, California

Melvins Maul Midtown Sacramento In The Midst Of The Summer Heat At Holy Diver – July 17th, 2018

 

 

 

Sesame Street Meat
At a Crawl
The Kicking Machine
Saviour Machine (David Bowie cover)
What They Say (Redd Kross cover)
Anaconda
Stop (James Gang cover)
Moving to Florida(Butthole Surfers cover)
Edgar the Elephant
Sway (The Rolling Stones cover)
Let It All Be
Honey Bucket
The Bit
Don’t Forget to Breathe
Onions Make the Milk Taste Bad
The Talking Horse
Evil New War God
Eye Flys

 

Watch Melvins Perform A Full Set of Heaviness in Sacramento, California

Watch Melvins Perform A Full Set of Heaviness in Sacramento, California in the video below.

 

The Melvins, who recently released the double album A Walk With Love & Death on July 7 via Ipecac Recordings, stream new song, “What’s Wrong With You” here on Youtube.

The song features vocals from Steven McDonald (Redd Kross/OFF!), who is part of the band’s current recording and touring line-up, as well as That Dog’s Anna Waronker.

“We love Steven! ‘What’s Wrong with You’ is a great addition to our long Melvinscatalog,” proclaims Buzz Osborne. “There’s no other song on this record that sounds like it and that’s what makes it so cool!”

With A Walk With Love & Death, the trio of Osborne, Dale Crover and McDonald showcase two distinct sides of the band’s music: Death, a proper Melvins’ release and Love, the score to the Jesse Nieminen directed, self-produced short also titled A Walk With Love & Death. A release date for the short has not been announced yet but a trailer has been made available here. The albums, which include guests Joey Santiago (The Pixies), Teri Gender Bender (Le Butcherettes/Crystal Fairy) and Anna Waronker (That Dog), were co-produced with Toshi Kosai.

The band recently announced an extensive, 12-week North American tour with labelmates Spotlights opening on all dates. Spotlights will release their Ipecac Recordings’ debut this fall.

A Walk With Love & Death remaining tour dates:

 

July 10  San Francisco, CA  Great American Music Hall

July 12  Portland, OR  Hawthorne Theatre

July 13  Seattle, WA  The Showbox

July 14  Vancouver, BC  Venue Nightclub

July 17  Edmonton, AB  Union Hall

July 18  Calgary, AB  The Marquee

July 20  Winnipeg, MB  Pyramid Cabaret

July 21  Fargo, ND  The Aquarium

July 22  Minneapolis, MN  Grumpy’s Bash

July 24  Milwaukee, WI  Turner Hall Ballroom

July 25  Chicago, IL  The Metro

July 26  Grand Rapids, MI  The Pyramid Scheme

July 27  Detroit, MI  El Club

July 28  Cleveland, OH  Grog Shop

July 29  Columbus, OH  A&R Music Bar

July 31  Pittsburgh, PA  Rex Theater

August 1  Syracuse, NY  The Westcott Theater

August 2  Boston, MA  Paradise Rock Club

August 3  New York, NY  Irving Plaza

August 4  Philadelphia, PA  Union Transfer

August 5  Asbury Park, NJ  The Stone Pony

August 6  Baltimore, MD  Ottobar

August 8  Richmond, VA  The Broadberry

August 9  Carrboro, NC  Cat’s Cradle

August 10  Knoxville, TN  The Concourse

August 11  Louisville, KY  Headliner’s Music Hall

August 12  St. Louis, MO  The Ready Room

August 13  Lawrence, KS  The Bottleneck

August 15  Englewood, CO  Gothic Theatre

August 17  Salt Lake City, UT  Urban Lounge

August 18  Las Vegas, NV  Psycho Fest

August 20  San Jose, CA  The Ritz

August 21  Santa Cruz, CA  The Catalyst

August 22  Los Angeles, CA  The Echo

September 5  Phoenix, AZ  Crescent Ballroom

September 6  Tucson, AX  191 Toole

September 8  Austin, TX  The Mohawk

September 9  Dallas, TX  Tree’s

September 10  San Antonio, TX  Paper Tiger

September 11  Houston, TX  Warehouse Live (Studio)

September 13  New Orleans, LA  One Eyed Jack’s

September 14  Pensacola, FL  Vinyl Music Hall

September 15  Jacksonville, FL  Jack Rabbit’s

September 16  Tampa, FL  The Orpheum

September 17  Ft. Lauderdale, FL  The Culture Room

September 18  Orlando, FL The Social

September 20  Athens, GA  40 Watt Club

September 21  Atlanta, GA  The Masquerade (Hell Stage)

September 22  Nashville, TN  3rd & Lindsley

September 23  Memphis, TN  Hi-Tone

September 25  Madison, WI  High Noon Saloon

September 26  Rock Island, IL  Rock Island Brewing Co.

September 27  Des Moines, IA  Wooly’s

September 28  Omaha, NE  The Waiting Room

September 30  Ft. Collins, CO  Aggie Theatre

October 2  Albuquerque, NM  The Launchpad

October 3  Flagstaff, AZ  The Green Room

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””

The Melvins Announce 12-Week North American Tour

The Melvins, who release the double album A Walk With Love & Death on July 7 via Ipecac Recordings, announce their most extensive North American tour to date, with dates stretching from July 5 to Oct. 3.

Tickets for the tour, which stretches from Florida to British Columbia, from Southern California to New England, are on-sale this Friday at 10 a.m. local time.

With A Walk With Love & Death, the trio of Buzz Osborne, Dale Crover and Steve McDonald showcase two distinct sides of the band’s music: Death, a proper Melvins’ release and Love, the score to the Jesse Nieminen directed, self-produced short also titled A Walk With Love & Death. A release date for the short has not been announced yet but a trailer has been made available.

The albums, which include guests Joey Santiago (The Pixies), Teri Gender Bender (Le Butcherettes/Crystal Fairy) and Anna Waronker (That Dog), were co-produced with Toshi Kosai.

A Walk With Love & Death tour dates:

July 5  San Diego, CA  Casbah

July 6  Santa Ana, CA  The Observatory

July 7  Los Angeles, CA  The Troubadour

July 8  Fresno, CA  Strummer’s

July 9  Sacramento, CA  Goldfield Trading Post

July 10  San Francisco, CA  Great American Music Hall

July 12  Portland, OR  Hawthorne Theatre

July 14  Vancouver, BC  Venue Nightclub

July 17  Edmonton, AB  Union Hall

July 18  Calgary, AB  The Marquee

July 20  Winnipeg, MB  Pyramid Cabaret

July 21  Fargo, ND  The Aquarium

July 22  Minneapolis, MN  Grumpy’s Bash

July 24  Milwaukee, WI  Turner Hall Ballroom

July 25  Chicago, IL  The Metro

July 26  Grand Rapids, MI  The Pyramid Scheme

July 27  Detroit, MI  El Club

July 28  Cleveland, OH  Grog Shop

July 29  Columbus, OH  A&R Music Bar

July 31  Pittsburgh, PA  Rex Theater

August 1  Syracuse, NY  The Westcott Theater

August 2  Boston, MA  Paradise Rock Club

August 3  New York, NY  Irving Plaza

August 4  Philadelphia, PA  Union Transfer

August 5  Asbury Park, NJ  The Stone Pony

August 6  Baltimore, MD  Ottobar

August 8  Richmond, VA  The Broadberry

August 9  Carrboro, NC  Cat’s Cradle

August 10  Knoxville, TN  The Concourse

August 11  Louisville, KY  Headliner’s Music Hall

August 12  St. Louis, MO  The Ready Room

August 13  Lawrence, KS  The Bottleneck

August 15  Englewood, CO  Gothic Theatre

August 17  Salt Lake City, UT  Urban Lounge

August 18  Las Vegas, NV  Psycho Fest

August 20  San Jose, CA  The Ritz

August 21  Santa Cruz, CA  The Catalyst

August 22  Los Angeles, CA  The Echo

September 5  Phoenix, AZ  Crescent Ballroom

September 6  Tucson, AX  191 Toole

September 8  Austin, TX  The Mohawk

September 9  Dallas, TX  Tree’s

September 10  San Antonio, TX  Paper Tiger

September 11  Houston, TX  Warehouse Live (Studio)

September 13  New Orleans, LA  One Eyed Jack’s

September 14  Pensacola, FL  Vinyl Music Hall

September 15  Jacksonville, FL  Jack Rabbit’s

September 16  Tampa, FL  The Orpheum

September 17  Ft. Lauderdale, FL  The Culture Room

September 18  Orlando, FL The Social

September 20  Athens, GA  40 Watt Club

September 21  Atlanta, GA  The Masquerade (Hell Stage)

September 22  Nashville, TN  3rd & Lindsley

September 23  Memphis, TN  Hi-Tone

September 25  Madison, WI  High Noon Saloon

September 26  Rock Island, IL  Rock Island Brewing Co.

September 27  Des Moines, IA  Wooly’s

September 28  Omaha, NE  The Waiting Room

September 30  Ft. Collins, CO  Aggie Theatre

October 2  Albuquerque, NM  The Launchpad

October 3  Flagstaff, AZ  The Green Room

Spotlights, who will release their Ipecac debut this fall, open on all dates.

The Melvins will also perform with Tool on June 24 at the Glen Helem Amphitheater in San Bernardino, Calif.

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Crystal Fairy Share New Song “Chiseler” Announce First Live Performances

Crystal Fairy, the recently announced outfit featuring Le Butcherettes’ Teri Gender Bender, the Melvins’ Buzz Osborne and Dale Crover with At The Drive-In’s Omar Rodriguez-Lopez, share “Chiseler” a new song from their forthcoming self-titled debut album (Feb. 24, Ipecac Recordings) as the four-piece announce their first round of tour dates.

“It was so much fun to write this song with these guys,” said Gender Bender. “It literally just came out like a flying saucer; we recorded everything in one day. It was so impressive to see how well we all experiment with one another.”

“Chiseler,” which Buzz dubbed “a hot little punk rock number,” and “Drugs On the Bus” are available as instant downloads with pre-orders of Crystal Fairy (Bandcamp: iTunesAmazon.  Physical bundles are available via Ipecac’s webstore here.

Crystal Fairy will play their first live dates in February, with the band announcing a week of intimate club outings throughout California:
February 21  Santa Ana, CA  The Observatory Constellation Room
February 22  San Diego, CA  Casbah
February 23  Pioneertown, CA  Pappy & Harriet’s
February 24  Los Angeles, CA  The Troubadour
February 25  San Francisco, CA  Slim’s

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