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Popblerd's New Release Report 4/23/13

Popblerd’s New Release Report 4/23/13

Look who’s waiting for you at the record store counter with those dreamy eyes…

Metal Monday Volume 118 (4.15.13)

Metal Monday Volume 118 (4.15.13)

Rob Zombie has been a hit or miss artist for years now. At least for me, nothing he ever produced musically after 2001’s  The Sinister Urge has been as solid as his late White Zombie work and early solo releases. That’s not to say he’s put out bad albums or singles, it just felt like nothing had that spark or focus that his earlier output had. Perhaps directing was a distraction as well considering that Sinister’s… follow up Educated Horses took [...]

Spin Cycle: Vampires Everywhere!, Hellbound And Heartless

Spin Cycle: Vampires Everywhere!, Hellbound And Heartless

Marilyn Manson meets Rob Zombie produced by two guys from Spineshank? That’s how we describe the latest album by Vampires Everywhere.

The Blerd13 with…Tommy Victor of Prong!

Another Blerd13?!?!?!? 2012 keeps bringing the hits as we managed to get Prong’s mainman Tommy Victor on the phone to talk about the latest album, making it in the music industry, and working with some of heavy metal’s more eccentric personalities:   1. To say that Carved Into Stone is the definitive Prong record is kind of an understatement after hearing it repeatedly over the last 24 hours. With the amount of albums and artists you’ve been involved with over [...]

Spin Cycle: Puddle of Mudd’s “Re:(disc)overed” // Powerman 5000’s “Copies, Clones & Replicants”

Almost universally maligned as a once-relevant band’s career-twilight last-ditch stab at relevancy, the all-covers album more often than not allows a bereft-of-inspiration artist to court a last gasp of sweet, sweet mainstream success by promising songs the listener already knows and loves, and not those pesky tepid originals that said artist has been peddling for the past twenty years or so to increasingly-diminishing returns. And all under the guise of “paying tribute to our idols, man”. Seems like, to court [...]