5 new big ones to stay on track in the weekend
14 October 2022
One of the top tracks is the single GIVE ME MERCY.
THE CULT: Instagram
Who: 2-chump freaky noise-rock from Saskatchewan, Canada
Motto: “We literally and purposefully ripped off other rock songs
and made our own “conventional” rock anthem. The point was twofold:
rock music is dumb and everyone steals ideas but also rock ‘n roll is
FUN so who cares.”
New single: GEORGE THOROGOOD
Who: Blues rock hero from Delaware, US
“Why’s it called “George Thorogood?” Cause we’re all George Thorogood.
George is a good old rocker dude who wrote songs about rocking out so we
figured he’s a fitting subject. It’s about embracing your inner George and
saying to yourself “heck ya, I rock!”
What we need in these fucked-up times are wacko motherrockers like these
who show that punk havoc doesn’t have to be serious all the time, as long as
it played with mean, mad, and manic neurosis so we all fun in the moshpit.
Who: A collaborative band where each of its four members contribute equally to the overall vision, songwriting, and storytelling. So it makes sense that as the Boston rock and roll brigade watches the world burn, an invitation is extended for everyone else to join in and drift into the “Jet Black Night” – all that’s needed is a little white noise and anesthesia.
New single: JET BLACK NIGHT
“With all the crazy in the world that we have such little control over, we are trying to
rally our fellow people into the darkness together. Because no matter how much despair and disaster we face, together we are not alone in the darkness facing it – into the ‘Jet Black Night’.”
This is a blues rock-fueled sledgehammer, a nasty mid-tempo groove
for all doomed people out there, pretty much all of us. No rest for the
wicked. If we have to go down, let’s do it together while having bad-ass
blasts like this on the stereo.
Noise Warriors FUCKED UP have a brand new William Shakespeare EP
out baptized Oberon, the king of the fairies in Shakespeare‘s comedy play
A Midsummer Night’s Dream. I didn’t know the play writer was a hardcore fan.
Here’s of the 4 thunderclaps, titled MASHHIT
FUCKED UP: Facebook
Holy smoke. What a hammer blow of a debut. For a second I thought
it was industrial psycho Al Jourgensen and his hotrod squad Ministry
who made my speekers go gaga. A reference that counts big time.
Yabba has entered Terrordome with a big bang.
Press play and
bang your head…
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