NIRVANA Fronted By Charismatic Teen Spirit VIOLET GROHL On American TV

Nirvana comeback? Well if two of the original members – Dave Grohl
and Krist Novoselic – get together to play again, it’s a 2/3 reunion, right?

What happened? Dave and his utterly charismatic daughter Violet,
on vocals, shared their droning cover of Nausea, a 1980 cracker by L.A.
punk legends X, a week ago.

Then they got invited by the Jimmy Kimmel Live Show to play that steamy stunner.
So Dave asked old Nirvana pal Krist Novoselic to join him, along with an occasional
Foo Fighters collaborator, former Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo and producer
Greg Kurstin on organ. But the sparkling star of the night was Violet Grohl.

Only 15 years old with a nevermind rock-out teen spirit.

Let your hair fly here…

Legendary L.A. Punks X Release New Missile After 34 Years – Here’s New Single ‘DELTA 88 NIGHTMARE’…

New sonic impulses

15 October 2019

Los Angeles infamous punk 4-piece X started their turbulent career in 1977 and when
the city of angels’ underground scene was turning toward hardcore, they were nasty
and fast enough to jump on the bandwagon marking their own stamp on it. But the
band also made room for their own bizarre approach of country, rockabilly, and beat-poetry senselessness.

After a couple of break-ups and several reunions with changing line-ups they’re now back with their first new music in 34 years. Yep, they just dropped new chainsaw single ‘DELTA 88 NIGHTMARE’. A supersonic missile with original members Exene Cervenka and John Doe racing vocally as if they’re chased by something real evil. Check their red-hot blazing nightmare right here…

X: Website

GARBAGE Shares New Song ‘DESTROYING ANGELS’ Written With Legendary L.A. Band X…

New sonic impulses

5 January 2019

GARBAGE just shared, digitally, a song called DESTROYING ANGELS co-written with
Exene Cervenka and John Doe of legendary Los Angeles band X and was released first exclusively on 3000 vinyl copies for ‘Record Store Day: Black Friday‘ last November. It’s
a heartrending song described by Garbage as a murder ballad. The new single’s B-side
is a glowing and gracious cover of David Bowie’s ‘Starman’, taken from a Garbage radio broadcast early last year. Listen to both alluring little pearls right here…
Destroying Angels on iTunes / GARBAGE: Facebook / X: Facebook


(photo: TUTV!)