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 →

Suicide Bombers “Suicide Idols”

This is the third SUICIDE BOMBERS release already if you don't count the "Appetite For Explosions" 3 song debut CDR (2012.) As usual, the record opens with a SIGUE SIGUE SPUTNIK kind of intro, just before getting right into the heart of the matter, delivering some high quality hard rock'n'roll with "Suicide Idol"! "Ready For... Continue Reading →

Suicide Bombers “The Sex Tapes”

A new EP from Norway's SUICIDE BOMBERS: 6 explosive songs with retro-futuristic SIGUE SIGUE SPUTNIKish samples in between them. Opening song "Bladerunner (Tokyo Nights)" does a great job at getting you hooked from the start, and makes you ready for "iKill (Suicide Romeo)", a good dose of sleaze rock with guitars reminding of the mighty... Continue Reading →

Suicide Bombers “Criminal Record”

Chris Damien Doll (ex-TRASHCAN DARLINGS) is back from the future as a sleaze Fürher in his new heavy riot rock gang the SUICIDE BOMBERS. Evolving in a concept somewhere between SIGUE SIGUE SPUTNIK's clockwork sc-fi world and MÖTLEY CRÜE's apocalyptic street rock universe, the SUICIDE BOMBERS tell us from the start what they're all about... Continue Reading →

Trashcan Darlings

The release of their new compilation CD “Real Fucking Make-Up” (you can find a detailed review on this website) was the perfect occasion for us to interview the TRASHCAN DARLINGS again (last time was in 2001!) While so many bands have so little to say, it’s always a pleasure to read interviews with Strange? Gentle... Continue Reading →

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