Suicide Bombers “Murder Couture”

Opening with an epic introduction of the band, this fourth album of Norway's SUICIDE BOMBERS looks as good as the previous ones, kind of ZODIAC MINDWARP meets SIGUE SIGUE SPUTNIK aesthetic including glossy and colourful pictures of the band dressed in Murder Couture...Then, the song "Murder Couture" offers us some anthemic heavy rock followed by... Continue Reading →

The Hallingtons “Hexed” EP

Norway might be famous for TURBONEGRO and black metal, but The HALLINGTONS are more influenced by American bands, especially the RAMONES ("Not My Deal") and pop punk (listen to the chorus in "Jesus Freak" or the song "Pretty Neat" that reminds me a bit of The GROOVIE GHOULIES.) There's more vocal harmonies in "The Witch"... Continue Reading →

Bitch Queens “City Of Class”

Basel's Turbojugend is alive and well! BITCH QUEENS proves it with this new album full of high energy punk'n'roll songs ("City Of Class", "Vote For Pedro".) Switzerland might look nice and clean but it has its hidden perversions, and BITCH QUEENS are definitely one of those! Of course, they still sound like TURBONEGRO ("Süperböy") but... Continue Reading →

John Dissed “American University”

(Review by Free) When both irretrievably corrupt, collaborating, billionaire owned, fat cat political parties are 100% complicit in knowingly propping up completely fabricated, mythological stories to manufacture consent for a babies in cages prison state and permanent lies for imperialist wars for the insatiable profits of the one percent, hungry ghost, demonic extortionists at the... Continue Reading →

The Empire Strikes “Charm”

Helsinki's 70s rock influenced band The EMPIRE STRIKES are back with 12 songs. I guess opening an album with a song called "The End" is an interesting move especially when the song has a tragic and grandiloquent feel to it. Even though songs like "Danger", "Leeches, Lies and a Mighty Hoax" or"Amor Por La Vida... Continue Reading →

The Factory Superstars “b/w “Lullaby For Furs”

(-review by Moses Midnight) "Wait until I'm dead and you will see what all the fuss is about..." (-Dogs D'Amour) Hollywood Rocker, cult-figure, quick-draw artist, and suave black magician, Evad Fromme lived with the immortal and mythological, galactic kid, Alistarr from the Ultras, on Hollywood Boulevard during the late eighties/early nineties English Acid glitter daze... Continue Reading →

PinkLips “Pink Is The New F*#k You!”

(-review by Moses Midnight) What a lovely surprise! I didn't even know that anybody made bands this cool, anymore! It's just really, really good, and pretty, and heartfelt, honest songs about frustration, desire and wanting, the conscience at war with the big programming, lust in the dust, innocence and experience, when one's heart keeps calling,... Continue Reading →

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