Watch Behind The Scenes Footage of Machine Head Performing in Dublin


Machine Head currently on a co-headline tour of Europe with Amon Amarth and The Halo Effect! Read our review here. The band recently released their 10th album Of Kingdom and Crown on August 26th, 2022 via Nuclear Blast/Imperium Recordings, They also made a surprise appearance at Bloodstock Open Air land also booked an intimate tour of the USA.Watch the clip now!

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EXCLUSIVE ALBUM STREAM: 30,000 Monkies – “Honesty Integrity Friendship Passion”


 

Belgian Noise-Rock and Stoner-Grind band 30,000 Monkies will drop their new album, Honesty Integrity Friendship Passion via the Consouling Sounds label, tomorrow, September 30th, 2022. The band has a cult following and will find favor from fans of Melvins, SUMAC, and Weedeater among others! Stream the full new album here at Ghost Cult!Continue reading


ALBUM REVIEW: Dystopian Future Movies – War of the Ether


 

Metal in its various forms has a reasonably long-standing practice of making concept albums based on historical events, and the latest album from Dystopian Future Movies, War of the Ether (Septaphonic Records) continues that trend with what is almost certainly the most intense musical experience I have ever had.

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Alice In Chains Classic Album “Dirt” Turns 30 – Remastered Album Out Now


Rock and Metal kings Alice In Chains are celebrating the 30th anniversary of the release of their epic album Dirt (Columbia)! The album definitely catapulted the band to all-time great status, charted several singles, had videos that dominated regular rotation on MTV, when they played videos and had Headbangers Ball, and led to major tours all over the world. The impact of the music was huge, and it was to be the last album made with bassist Mike Starr (RIP), who was dismissed from the band soon after.
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EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE: Bones Shares Their New Single – “Beware Of Ghouls”


Chicago’s “sons of sleaze” – Bones will drop their fourth album, Vomit, through Disorder Recordings in October. Fans of the great lineage of killer bands from Chicago will note the band counts members of Usurper, Contrition, and High Spirits in their ranks. They have teamed up with Ghost Cult to share the lead track off the album today – “Beware Of Ghouls.” Jam out the track now and pre-order the album at the link below.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Monster Truck – Warriors


Canadian quartet Monster Truck have returned with new album Warriors (BMG). This is their fourth record and the title track kicks things off in fine fashion – it is a bouncy number with retro, eighties-era Iron Maiden guitar harmonies provided by guest axeman Dave Baksh of Sum 41 fame. This track sticks to Truckers tried and tested formula, fuzz drenched southern rock with chunky riffs, catchy choruses and chant along backing vocals that do not outstay their welcome.

 

This recipe served them well on 2018 predecessor True Rocker and the same is true here, as the propulsive, no nonsense boogie of ‘Golden Women’ shows. Perhaps the best taster of this is ‘Fuzz Mountain’, a Black Sabbath inspired chugger which is helped along by the insistent background hum of keys.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Stormland – The Human Cost



Stormland
is a one-man Death Metal project that bills itself as “Gundam Metal.” I’m not as hip to Gundam as I am to Transformers, but I love the approach. What’s more metal than giant fucking fighting robots?

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INTERVIEW: Dennis R. Sanders of Spirit in The Room on His New EP “Flamingo” and Concept Albums


 

Ghost Cult caught up to Dennis Sanders of Spirit In The Room – who just released their new EP for Housecore Records Flamingo! We talked to Dennis about his career up to now, the new EP, signing with Housecore, his various influences, how he composes and is so prolific, the concept for the new album and music video, forming a permanent backing band, and his thoughts on the Pantera reunion!

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ALBUM REVIEW: Autopsy – Morbidity Triumphant


 

Artificial intelligence is a concept seemingly ever-present in the modern day. But nobody talks about when musical instruments become sentient and develop their own mannerisms and consciousness.

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