From the moment this devilish duo entered my musical radar, I knew Twin Temple would have the potential, just from their ascetic alone, to become one of those acts that could organically grow a passionate fandom. Drawing from the energies of Satan, Twin Temple doesn’t feel like novelty act at all. Their songs are really good songs, period. Once I learned I could eventually see them live on the opening slot of the Amigo The Devil/King Dude tour, it was one of my most anticipated shows of the year.
Through the first three issues of the eight issue digital series Forgotten Home through Vices Press on Comixology, we see Sheriff’s Deputy Lorraine Adalet investigating several strange child abductions happening in an area that never has such crimes happening. Soon enough, Lorraine’s past comes back to haunt her and we find out these children were taken using magic from her homeland, a place she despises and did everything should cool to keep herself and her daughter away from.
I just jumped into the Bettie Page: Unbound series via Dynamite on this issue but with the great writing of David Avallone, I can sense what’s going on. With issue #6, it does start a whole new arc of the story.
Based on a true story, The Butcher of Paris isn’t your normal story of Jews trying to escape the Nazi regime set in 1944 France, there’s a wild twist. A serial killer lurks as he uses the of those trying to escape as potential victims, but at the same time, the Nazis are trying to expose those helping people escape
For this episode, we are taking a deep dive into the debut studio album, Rotting Piñata, from the Detroit rock band Sponge with the band’s vocalist Vinnie Dombroski. Sponge is celebrating its 25th anniversary of Rotting Piñata and what a better time to reach out and get the dirt on the making of Rotting Piñata and its impact on 90s rock music with huge hits like “Plowed” and “Molly (16 Candles Down the Drain)”.
The guest for this episode is DJ Debris, member of the Australian platinum-selling hip-hop trio Hilltop Hoods, who are currently on the North American leg of The Great Expanse World Tour. The tour is in support of the their eighth studio album of the same name which marks a total of six #1 albums overall in their homeland — an ARIA record for the most #1 albums by an Australian band.
The guest for this episode is Steve Tucker, vocalist and bassist of the legendary death metal band Morbid Angel, who are currently about to embark on a month-long USA headlining tour still in support of their Kingdoms Disdained full-length released in 2017 via Silver Lining Music.
The guest for this episode is a return guest for me, but this time for the Breakin’ Recordz Podcast, mixer, engineer, producer, and guitarist, Will Putney, of the deathcore metal band Fit For An Autopsy, who recently released their latest album The Sea Of Tragic Beasts via Nuclear Blast Records
The guest for this episode is Christina “Steenz” Stewart, St. Louis-based Eisner/Dwayne McDuffie Award winning cartoonist, comics editor and educator, and co-creator of the graphic novel Archival Quality.
The guests for this episode are the Toronto-based rock duo Dearly Beloved – Rob Higgins (vocalist/bassist) and Niva Chow (vocalist/percussionist/Theremin abuser), who recently released their new album Times Square Discount via Future Shock Records.