Kyuss Released Their Final Album “And The Circus Leaves Town” 25 Years Ago

Kyuss continues to cast a large shadow over the stoner doom scene that is perpetual and ever-changing. This truth is no more certain than the shadow they cast over themselves and having to live up the expectations they set. Coming out of nowhere (really the Palm Desert in California), the band set the template for the genre with Blues For The Red Sun (Dali) and Welcome To Sky Valley (Elecktra), but were always going to be hard-pressed to keep that pace. Looking back on their final album And The Circus Leaves Town (Elecktra), it may have not have lived up to its lofty older sisters, but it has some gems that maybe were not appreciated at the time since the band was disintegrating. Continue reading

ZZ Top Shares Teaser Trailer for “That Little Ol’ Band From Texas” Documentary

As previously reported Eagle Rock Entertainment, in conjunction with Emmy Award-winning Banger Films (Rush, Iron Maiden documentaries, Hip-Hop Evolution on Netflix) will release the definitive story of ZZ Top this winter. ZZ Top: That Little Ol’ Band From Texas, which will be released via Eagle Rock Entertainment on DVD, Blu-ray and digitally on February 28, 2020. Celebrating 50 years as a band, this film will show the notorious band in a light never seen before. The release is available along with exclusive “That Little Ol’ Band” merchandise bundles from the link below. The trailer features the band themselves, but also testimonials from Josh Homme (Queens of The Stone Age) and actor/musician Billy Bob Thornton. Watch it now! Continue reading

December 7th 2018 New Music Releases

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Sundrifter – Visitations

When your name is breathed in the same sentence as Soundgarden and Queens of the Stone Age, it can’t be a bad thing. The influences of Boston trio Sundrifter are clear, but are only a small chunk of their armoury. Continue reading

Josh Homme Of Queens Of The Stone Age Kicks A Concert Photographer In The Face In The Photo Pit

In a developing story Ghost Cult is following, Josh Homme, frontman of Queens Of The Stone Age was performing Saturday night at the KROQ Acoustic Christmas show, and he intentionally kicked a concert photographer. Continue reading

REVIEWS ROUND-UP: Week 47/48 Five Finger Death Punch, Silent Descent, InAir, Felix Hagan and more…

 

The Ghost Cult album roundup is back in town, for your vulgar delectation, though we’re taking a different approach this week and grouping together some of the less-“heavy” releases that are polluting our ears; it’s a walk on the lighter side of the Ghost Cult coin…
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Queens Of The Stone Age Release The Way You Used To Do Video, UK Tour Starts Tonight

Queens Of The Stone Age are riding high since the release of their recent album Villains on Matador Records. The band has released their new music video for their track ‘The Way You Used To Do’ video. Directed by Jonas Akerlund, written by Josh Homme, produced by Serial Pictures. You can watch it below. Continue reading

Watch Queens Of The Stone Age Perform Three New Songs On BBC Radio 6

Queens Of The Stone Age’s new album Villains just dropped last week via Matador Records. As part of their press tour promoting the release, they performed live and unplugged in the studio on BBC Radio 6. You can watch the three tracks they played, ‘The Way You Used To Do’, ‘Domesticated Animals’, and ‘River In The Road’ below. Continue reading

Ghost Hints At Lineup Changes, European Tour Starts Next Month

In an interview this past weekend, A Nameless Ghoul from Ghost remarked that the band has undergone some lineup changes. This is the most concrete form of evidence that has only been circulating as rumors in fan groups on social media about the fast rising, but notoriously secretive band. Continue reading