With a cover like this I couldn’t resist checking this album out. I was expecting something horror-ish and total metal or punk. My curiosity totally paid off. Horrific are one man band. Slasher Dave is behind them and handles everything on this album. This guy, Dave, who is also a member of Acid Witch, is
From The Vault
Hailing from Aberdeen, Scotland, ‘Come Out To Play’ is the bands debut album, released sometime in 2012. (I hear there’s a second one out already). There are some impressive facts about this album. First, it was co-written and produced by John T Sinclair (ex-keyboard player for Uriah Heep, The Cult and the Ozzy Osbourne band).
‘Crimson Ballroom’ is an unofficial live recording of a gig Hellacopters gave in Frankfurt, Germany. The gig was part of the bands 2002 tour with the Datsuns and the Gaza Stripers. The sound is stuffy but overall good, while the setlist is the usual best of the bands back catalogue and includes numbers like U.Y.F.S., All New
The Stones are back in the public eye this week, following their Havana gig and their much- publicised upcoming international exhibition in London’s Saatchi gallery. There are plenty of column inches in the British press, commemorative pieces about their history going back to the Precambrian and tabloid journalists are once again hanging around Keith Richards
This is a fantastic band promo shot featuring the fictional character Freddy Kreuger from ‘Nightmare on Elm Street’ film series with Storm Troopers of Death (S.O.D). It’s 1985 and project S.O.D has just released their debut album ‘Speak English or Die’ – one of the songs on the album is titled ‘Freddy Kreuger’ and sounds
I was staring at this wonderful poster for more than 10 minutes, it depicts the stylistic changes of the Beatles during their ten years of existence, from their formation in 1960 to their break up in 1970.
Here’s a fantastic photo of Gillian Anderson as Morticia Addams from the Addams Family film series. Photographed by Mark Seliger for Usmagazine (1997)!
There was a time when you could buy a Pink Floyd ticket for only 1.8 British pounds. It was 40 years ago…
Polaroid photo-portraits by the hand of Andy Warhol!
These never-before-seen Blues Brothers Photographs come from Norman Seeff’s personal archive collection (1978/1981)