The Candy Snatchers “Moronic Pleasures”

High-energy punks The CANDY SNATCHERS are back on Hound Gawd! Records with a full album (19 rescued songs from 1998! on vinyl with digital download card included) They've been playing together for a long time since they formed in 1992 in Virginia and the idea to mix, master and transfer these songs to digital and... Continue Reading →

Demons “Kiss Off”

DEMONS are no new-schoolers since they started around 1994/1995 in Sweden, when HELLACOPTERS, TURBONEGRO, BACKYARD BABIES and GLUECIFER were just starting to put rock'n'roll back on the map.They now have more than 20 releases in their bag (including 3 albums on Gearhead Records) and are offering us 12 new songs on Alaska Productions/God's Candy Records.... Continue Reading →

Dead Furies “Rock City A Go Go”

Sweden has been influencing many bands these last years, and DEAD FURIES are no exception since their high energy rock'n'roll could have been produced in Scandinavia, although they are from Estonia. A lot of energy and fine melodies are the right ingredients for the good recipe in this style, and songs like "Mystery Train" and... Continue Reading →

Dead Furies “No Talkin’ All Action”

The music of this power trio from Estonia could be described as action rock, or high-energy rock'n'roll, this style that was especially popular in Scandinavia in the early 00s. Opening track "No Talkin' All Action" confirms this with a spicy HELLACOPTERS/BACKYARD BABIES flavour, while a strong TURBONEGRO influence can be heard in "Gimme Shock." You'll... Continue Reading →

Iron Lizards “Red” EP

First (digital) release of this new band from Paris. "Ladies Night In Hell", and "Midnight Queen" both display strong HELLACOPTERS influences, you'll also find a bit of BACKYARD BABIES in "Garbage City", and early TURBONEGRO sometimes comes to mind (especially in the guitar solos.) These guys also love ZEKE and PETER PAN SPEEDROCK, and you... Continue Reading →

The Sangomas “Giddyup & Destroy”

High energy Canadian punk'n'rollers The SANGOMAS are back with a full album. They still hit hard and fast with songs like "Executioner Style", "Make Me Bad" (quite a catchy one!), or "Working Class Zero." No time to waste, you'll get these 13 songs right into your face! Early HELLACOPTERS or MOTÖRHEAD seem to have influenced... Continue Reading →

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