It’s hard to believe that it’s time for another installment of the Brown Acid series, compiled by RidingEasy Records–a label I continuously refer to as one of the single coolest labels functioning right now–and the retailer/label Permanent Records. It seems … Continue reading RidingEasy Records Announces the Next Brown Acid Trip
Since the 1990s Philip H. Anselmo has been attached to some extraordinary musical outfits, even outside of fronting one of the most iconic and influential metal bands in the world. How many people have not one, two, or three, but … Continue reading PHILIP H. ANSELMO: On Antiquity and Modernity
Toronto’s Chainbreaker have announced their signing with Hells Headbangers. Finally, they’ll be releasing a debut LP called Lethal Desire, a title taken from their Constant Graving demo release from 2014. The album is already complete but they’re shooting for a … Continue reading Chainbreaker signs with Hells Headbangers… It’s about goddamn time!
The relentless heavy metal juggernaut known as Anvil is now on their 17th full-length studio record. So, in addition to having another crushing collection of songs to add to their extensive catalog of albums, it also means that it’s time … Continue reading ANVIL: Seventeen Albums and Still Pounding
One of the first great albums of 2018 Continue reading FEATURE REVIEW: STARCRAWLER – ‘Starcrawler’
Los Angeles based darkwave-pop duo Vowws have officially announced their first North American tour to support their awaited new album, Under the World, which releases on March 2nd. It’ll be released on their own label, Anti-Language Records. Their last LP … Continue reading Vowws announces North American tour dates – New LP this spring
This year (2017), Burger Records began a really cool cassette compilation series called Burger World that highlights a lotta great, primarily unrecognized bands from around the world. Each new installment of Burger World is different and showcases music coming out … Continue reading BEST OF 2017: A Fuck-load of International Pop Rock Flavors, Burger Records’ Style