fuzz-punk

The Howling Lords drop music video for “Black Dog”

Scottish hard-edged dirty blues trio, The Howling Lords have just set loose the new video for the track, “Black Dog”.

The single has been picked from their forthcoming sophomore album, “Texas Medicine”, out via all platforms on November 30th.

Expressing a guttural, dirty garage rock sound with heavy riff laden tracks evoking everyone from the Black Keys and Queens Of the Stoneage, to The Who and Creedence Clearwater Revival, The Howling Lords are primed to break by the end of this year.

Monster Magnet release lyric video for “When The Hammer Comes Down”

March of 2018 saw the release of the latest Monster Magnet masterpiece “Mindfucker” on Napalm Records.

Today the band has released a brand new lyric video for the track “When The Hammer Comes Down”.

Check otu the lyric video below.

Order & stream “Mindfucker” here.

Tonight, Monster Magnet kicks off their North American tour supporting Mindfucker in Toronto, ON. The tour runs through October 28th in Boston, MA.

The Howling Lords to release new studio album “Texas Medicine” on November 30th 2018

Scottish hard-edged dirty blues trio, The Howling Lords, have just revealed a brand new track, “Black Dog”, which has been picked from their forthcoming sophomore album, “Texas Medicine” out via all platforms on Friday 30th November.

Check out the lyric video for “Black Dog” below.

Expressing a guttural, dirty garage rock sound with heavy riff laden tracks evoking everyone from the Black Keys and Queens Of The Stoneage, to The Who and Creedence Clearwater Revival, The Howling Lords are primed to break by the end of this year.

Rat The Magnificent to release debut album “The Body as Pleasure” on June 22nd 2018

Made up of members of Family Manderson, Sunshine Republic, KLLR, Hot Sauce Pony, Modern Men and Brenda, Rat The Magnificent are a heady mix of obstinance and oblivion. Think an overlapping of a Venn diagram made up of Jesus Lizard, Sally Bowles, My Bloody Valentine, Slint, Oxbow and Son House and you’re in the right borough.

The trio’s cacophony of beguiling yet unnerving fuzz-laced experimental noise rock has earned the group a reputation as a must-see live act, having played with the likes of McLusky, Idles and Adam Betts. Not least, they have also previously recorded with Steve Albini earning the rare would-be plaudits of “I’d have no problem with you being my house band”.

Monster Magnet announces May/June 2018 European & UK Tour

After letting the world know that the waiting for a new album finally comes to an end in Spring 2018, Monster Magnet are ready to show once more that they are full blown pros in this carnival that is the music industry!

Believe it or not, they already have confirmed a tour, visiting the biggest cities in Europe to promote the just announced album “Mindfucker”! No rest for the wicked!   

On their last tour (and many tours before!), Monster Magnet has proven, that they still kick out the jams (get the hint?), so don't miss out on this legendary band live in May/June 2018!

Monster Magnet to release new studio album “Mindfucker” on March 23rd 2018

It's been more than a year since the first rumors spread about a new Monster Magnet album and that the band was preparing to enter the studio in Fall 2016. During the band's European Summer tour it finally got confirmed what the fans around the world were so desperately hoping for to be true.

Mastermind Dave Wyndorf stated that the long awaited new studio record is going to be (quote) “full-ahead Detroit-style, early 70s, MC5 and Stooges type of rock”. Sounded very promising back then! And now we know... he wasn't lying!

Black Lips to release new studio album “Satan’s Graffiti or God’s Art?” on May 5th 2017

Atlanta flower punk pioneers Black Lips have announced that their first album in three years, “Satan’s Graffiti or God’s Art?”, is set for release on May 5th, 2017, in the UK through Vice Records.

Produced by Sean Lennon at his studio compound in upstate New York throughout 2016, the album is the group’s most musically evolved to date, while still staying true to their original blistering take on fuzzy, dirty rock n’ roll.

During the recording the band isolated themselves from the outside world, infusing the album with a focused liveliness similar to the spirit that brought them together in the first place.