Wednesday 13 Joins Ministry and The 69 Eyes for the Moral Hygiene European Tour 2022

Wednesday 13 has joined Ministry and their long awaited Moral Hygiene European Tour 2022! The band is replacing 3TEETH, no longer on the bill.Finnish goth rockers The 69 Eyes are the direct suppoort to Ministry. Wednesday 13 has also announced that the band has been forced to cancel their previously booked UK headline tour. Check out our review of the current US Ministry tour. Continue reading

Ministry Books Moral Hygiene European Tour 2022 with The 69 Eyes and 3Teeth

Al Jourgensen will bring his legendary Industrial Metal circus Ministry and their long awaited Moral Hygiene European Tour 2022! The band will perform tracks from their new album Moral Hygiene, released last year via Nuclear Blast, and their classic hits. On the run of dates, which includes headlining Damnation Festival, Ministry will be accompanied by two special guests – Finnish goth rockers The 69 Eyes and American industrial metallers 3Teeth. Check out our review of the current US Ministry tour. Tickets will go on-sale on this Friday 25th March @ 10am GMT via the below links. Continue reading

CONCERT REVIEW: The 69 Eyes – Wednesday 13- Sumo Cyco – Suicide Puppets: Live at Reverb

The anticipation of the crowd was building for the show to begin. This was the moment they had patiently waited for. The final show of the run for The 69 Eyes, Wednesday 13, Sumo Cyco, and special guests the Suicide Puppets would happen here at the Reverb in Reading, PA.Continue reading

CONCERT REVIEW: Suicide Puppets – Live at Racehorse Tavern

Fresh off their win at the 1st annual Central Pennsylvania Music Awards (CMPA) for Best Metal Band, the Suicide Puppets made their debut at the Racehorse Tavern in Thomasville, Pennsylvania, in early February. The six-man local band from certainly delivered to an appreciative crowd. The band originally started years ago with Twisty Suicide and Jonny Suicide, under the name Fine Art of Hate. After some lineup changes, they changed the name to the Suicide Puppets in 2007 and Veritas Suicide joined them to become a three-piece. Not long after, Steven Suicide, Donnie, and Tattuicide joined to round out the current lineup which is a recipe that works well for them. Continue reading

Wednesday 13 Shares New Video for “Monster” ft Cristina Scabbia

Wednesday 13 has dropped a new video for his single, ‘Monster’, featuring Cristina Scabbia of Lacuna Coil. The track comes from his 2018 Necrophaze, out now from Nuclear Blast Records. The band is about to kick off a new run of tour dates with The 69 Eyes, The Nocturnal Affair, The Crowned, starting this week in Brooklyn on January 24th. Watch the clip now! Continue reading

The 69 Eyes Shares “Hell Has No Mercy Tour” Teaser, Dates Start Next Month

The 69 Eyes are kicking off an intense run of worldwide tour dates next month, starting with a US tour featuring Wednesday 13, Sumo Cyco and The Crowned. The band has shared a new teaser trailer for the dates which you can watch right now! Their recent album The West End is out now via Nuclear Blast Records. The USA dates begin on January 24th and end on February 22nd. Continue reading

Von Hertzen Brothers and The 69 Cats Performing at South By Southwest’s Music Finland

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Music Finland will be represented at South By Southwest in Austin, TX by Von Hertzen Brothers and The 69 Cats at this year’s edition. Von Hertzen Brothers will be performing at The Trophy Club on March 18, 2015 at 11 pm and the 69 Cats showcase is on Saturday, March 21, 2015 at the Lucky Lounge at 10 pm.

The Von Hertzen Brothers are bonded by blood and their music shows this connection. Formed in 2000 in their hometown of Helsinki, their progressive rock has topped the charts with their last four albums. All have been certified gold in their native Finland and in 2012 they were nominated Best New Band Award at Classic Rock Magazines annual awards show and in the New Blood category at the Classic Rock Prog awards.

The 69 Cats came about when Jyrki69, the singer of The 69 Eyes, had an idea. His Helsinki-based gothnroll band had been playing their unique music for a quarter century and at their occasional acoustic shows the singer was able to show his rockabilly roots and Elvis-like voice. Fans were overwhelmed and begged for more.

Years later he was introduced to Danny B. Harvey, the guitar hero whose past bands include Rockats and recently the Lemmy-fronted Headcat. They immediately worked out a number of cover songs that needed resurrection and recruited the Cramps bass player Chopper Franklin to this new dark rockabilly supergroup.