CLASSIC ALBUMS REVISITED: White Zombie – “Astro Creep: 2000” Turns 25

For many, the nineties would prove to be the end of heavy metal as we knew it. Bands who rose to greatness in the preceding decade suddenly found themselves either retreading old ground, out of their depth trying to explore new territories, or simply grinding to an unceremonious halt. Within just a couple of years, denim, leather and even the term “heavy metal” itself, were out. Continue reading

Iggy Pop Shares New Music Video For “Loves Missing”

Iggy Pop has shared a new music video for his new single, ‘Loves Missing’, from his recently released new album Free (Loma Vista Recordings). Pop has been on a whirlwind of promotion for Free, appearing to perform ‘James Bond’ on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, and then an interview/ conversation with Jim Jarmusch at 92Y. Directed by Simon Taylor, the clip for “Loves Missing” was shot on location at Sweat Records in Miami with a special appearance by Ale Campos from Las Nubes, watch it now! Continue reading

NEW MUSIC FRIDAY: September 27th New Music Releases

Check out the new music releases from around the world today.

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NEW MUSIC FRIDAY: September 6th New Music Releases

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Iggy Pop Shares New Song “James Bond”

Iggy Pop is releasing his 18th studio album Free on September 6th and he continues to be the inventive creative force he has been for almost fifty years. His new single, ‘James Bond’, features an incredible trumpet solo that explodes out of nowhere in the midst of its minimalistic, low-key instrumentation. Written and produced by Jazz trumpeter Leron Thomas, the song as a distinctly smoothed out vibe.  Continue reading

John Fairhurst – The Divided Kingdom

Troublesome and tumultuous times politically tends to bring out the best in musicians, with everyone from the world of Metal, Punk, Country, Folk, and Blues to name but a few raising their voices in protest. Wigan’s own John Fairhurst is strongly rooted in the latter camp, with his new album The Divided Kingdom (Unmanageable Records) containing impassioned rallying cries against greed and corruption, Brexit and the lying politicians involved with it, alongside riffs and hooks aplenty. Continue reading

Queens Of The Stoneage To Launch Their Own Music Festival In The UK Next Summer

Queens Of the Stone Age, currently touring behind their new album Villains (Matador), have announced plans for their very own summer music festival. The inaugural Queens Of The Stone Age And Friends Festival will take place on June 30th at Finsbury Park in London, England. The band will headline and curate the lineup, while other artists announced can be seen below. Continue reading

Metallica Performs TV Eye With Iggy Pop And Debuts Dream No More Live In Mexico!


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Metallica just wrapped up three sold out shows at Foro Sol in Mexico City, Mexico, and they did not disappoint the 200,000 fans that came to see them over the weekend. The first two nights includes new and old hits that had the crowd in an absolute frenzy, and the final show included two surprises for those in attendance. Continue reading

GUEST POST: Dennis Sanders Of Spirit In The Room – Top 10 Of 2016

Ghost Cult once again brings you “End Of Year” lists, memories, and other shenanigans from our favorite bands, partners, music industry peers, and other folks we respect across the world. Here’s Dennis Sanders of Los Angeles’ most prolific underground rockers, Spirit In The Room. Dennis shares his Top 10 Albums of 2016. Continue reading