Undercover Slut “Insult To Injury” song premiere

Paris' finest shock rock band UNDERCOVER SLUT is back with a brand new industrial punk song, "iNSULT TO iNJURY":

The Zombie Dandies “Dandy’s Little Monsters”

French horror glam punk ZOMBIE DANDIES are back with a free downloadable album, and set the listener into their world right from the start with their cartoonish burlesque "Little Monsters Intro", and the fun and pretty chaotic "Halloween Again." Songs like "Killer Rabbit", "Regenerate My Dead Pet", "Brundlefly", or "Dangerous Weirdo" reminds me of the... Continue Reading →

Rakel Traxx “Dirty Dollz”

The South of France is not the first thing that comes to mind when you think about glam metal, but RAKEL TRAXX has been around for a while now and these guys know what they're talking about. Here they are again with 10 traxx full of heavy, sleazy rock'n'roll riffs, catchy choruses ("Can' t You... Continue Reading →

Les Suzards – Sons of the Dogs

After reviewing their debut album out on Wanda Records, we decided to send a few questions to Les SUZARDS in order to know more about them. T Boy Stoogeling (vocals/guitar) tells us about the band's history, French rock'n'roll, their last tour and influences... Can you tell us a bit about the history of the band... Continue Reading →

The Wayward Gentlewomen “Still Burnin'”

The previous album of these French rock'n'roll pistoleros was untitled "The Last For..." (2012), and could have been their farewell record, but it would have been too predictable... The WAYWARD GENTLEWOMEN are back with 13 new songs wrapped in zebra print, and pink & black. Somewhere between VIOLENT FEMMES and the DOGS, the band added... Continue Reading →

Les Suzards “S/T”

Judging from the name of the band, I would have never expected them to play this kind of rock'n'roll. For your information, Suze is a famous French/Swiss old-school alcoholic drink. Despite their admiration for this drink, the power trio from the West of France has been on a steady DOGS/NY DOLLS diet too. Opening track... Continue Reading →

Sindrome “Pop Polaroid”

French synth wave artist Alex Sindrome is an enigma. Dressed in black with full face make-up (almost kabuki here), he released a few albums on his own, but never appears on stage. A ghostly figure walking in a dead city at night, hiding from human non-sense, and reporting it through his lyrics and songs. Synth... Continue Reading →

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