There are albumnames that gives direction, so as with Watchmaker. “Kill.Fucking.Everyone” is the successor to their debut “Kill.Fucking.Everything”. You can funnily speculate about the next title but this one I skip here. You should better speak about the wreckingball of music that is offered within this 19 songs and that is fine ... more/mehr
Welcome to Waterford
The promotional material about the city Waterford sounds pretty good. It tries to get across the message that one shouldn’t put obstacles into one’s own way, try to be happy about the small things in life and enjoy the beauty of the moment. Whether the band name Waterford is inspired by the Irish town I cannot tell but one can imagine ... more/mehr
Hailing from Nantes - France, Watertank can celebrate the 10th band anniversary this year. Therefore it seems a bit odd why they released their debut album "Sleepwalk" via Solar Flare Records (Softy Major, Pigs, American Heritage) only now, although they had also shared the stage with a number of high-profile artists including Torche, ... more/mehr
Reawakening Pride Once Lost
The band from Northern Ireland offers with „Reawakening Pride Once Lost“ a re-release of its first album on which you can easily hear the Irish roots. Due to the composition full of folk elements you feel like being in the Ireland of the Middle Ages. That is also caused by the typical Irish instruments the quintet uses.
Transylvania 90210: Songs Of Death, Dying And The Dead
It's over with the recycling of hits from his cult album „Frankenstein Drag Queens From Planet 13“. The horror rocker finally has a new band and some new material to scare to shit out of small children and little old ladies. Mr 13 managed to produce such an eerily powerful and oppressive sound, that many a big act would be jealous. ... more/mehr