Are You Ready For MOUNT NINJI AND DA NICE TIME KID Tour?
October 5, 2016 – 5:04 am | No Comment

Die Antwoord are back in FULL EFFECT with a high energy new album MOUNT NINJI AND DA NICE TIME KID and with the release are wasting no time and hitting the road with it.
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Casual sex with MDD proves a sick and twisted affair
February 28, 2012 – 2:19 pm | No Comment
Casual sex with MDD proves a sick and twisted affair

While “Casual Sex” doesn’t quite pick up where “Every Lie” left off – and the video may very well be the highlight of the first single off the band’s highly-anticipated sophomore offering – here’s hoping Alan Cross is right and Sick and Twisted Affair is further proof that the world does belong to My Darkest Days.

Casual smoker takes time to remember good and bad
November 20, 2011 – 4:29 pm | No Comment
Casual smoker takes time to remember good and bad

When I asked Ben Caplan during the Southern Ontario stop on the Canadian leg of his recent tour, how it’s been going since his new album came out, his response was curt: “I’ve been touring like a mother fucker!”

Arkells hook a Michigan Left after Jackson Square
October 18, 2011 – 5:51 pm | No Comment
Arkells hook a Michigan Left after Jackson Square

“If we weren’t confident in the material going into the studio we probably would have felt the pressure,” said Max Kerman, lead man for The Arkells, reached by phone yesterday on the eve of the release of Michigan Left.

Ten Second Epic prove Better Off a blue collar band
September 22, 2011 – 5:18 pm | No Comment
Ten Second Epic prove Better Off a blue collar band

The band’s latest offering, Better Off, is the first of three Ten Second Epic albums to not be produced by Garth Richardson (Atreyu, Chevelle, Mudvayne). This time around, the band hired 54-40 guitarist Dave Genn to man the boards.

The world’s most inconspicuous rock star
September 1, 2011 – 12:32 am | No Comment
The world’s most inconspicuous rock star

While he enjoys the comfort of the limelight only slightly more than the banal glow of a streetlight, Joe Bonamassa is by every account a legend. He sells 300,000 tickets year earlier and in 2009 had Eric Clapton join him on stage.

Saskatchewan band grace cover of Rolling Stone
August 3, 2011 – 2:04 am | No Comment
Saskatchewan band grace cover of Rolling Stone

“We’ve played some of the worst and some of the best shows. It’s kind of a part of coming up as a band in Canada,” The Sheepdogs told Rolling Stone at one point during the magazine’s Choose the Cover Contest.

Watters Bros bet the house on Rock Mansion
February 1, 2011 – 2:50 pm | No Comment
Watters Bros bet the house on Rock Mansion

The Watters Brothers band has hit full riot mode with their third album – a 13 track self-released juggernaut of blues and electronic suffused rock anthems entitled Rock And Roll Mansion. “This is what we do,” says Muddy, definitively.

Korn get back to the basics on RWYA
July 12, 2010 – 5:00 am | No Comment
Korn get back to the basics on RWYA

It would be easy to count Korn out – with shows being cancelled in Scranton, PA – but the ninth full-length may prove to be the band’s defining moment, 2010 the year the Bakersfield, CA, rockers come full circle on a 15-year career.

Danko Jones delivers a kick in the pants
May 12, 2010 – 3:34 pm | No Comment
Danko Jones delivers a kick in the pants

The fifth full-length by Toronto trio Danko Jones is something like an audio version of an expensive lap dance. Below the Belt, more sex and rock than drugs (but it’s in there too!), boasts a frenetic pace.

LOG: Southern hospitality
April 26, 2010 – 12:01 pm | No Comment
LOG: Southern hospitality

The relationship Virginia band Lamb Of God has with its fans is marked by more than a trace of southern etiquette. In addition to an effective viral marketing front, the band is brutally honest with its fans.

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