Chelsea Wolfe Shares a New Song – “Oui Oui Marie” from the Horror Film “X”


Director Ti West just released his new horror movie X, which stars rapper Kid Cudi, Mia Goth, Jenny Ortega and Brittany Snow. X was released nationwide on March 18th, while the score was just released on the 25. The score of the movie was composed by Tyler Bates and Chelsea Wolfe. It’s also Wolfes first foray into film scoring. X takes place in 1979, where a group of young filmmakers set out to make an adult film in rural Texas, but when their reclusive, elderly hosts catch them in the act, the cast finds themselves fighting for their lives. Chelsea Wolfe also contributed a proper song to the soundtrack with a cover of Arthur Field’s 1918 track “Oui Oui Marie.” Watch the video for it below.

 

Chelsea Wolfe will be hitting the road next month with Converge for their Bloodmoon I album project tour.


Transmaniacon – The Strange World Of Suzie Pellet


I love random. I honestly thought when I received Transmaniacon it was just… random fate. Then I put on my glasses and actually read what I had been sent. Transmaniacon featuring Lydia Lunch and Maya Berlin. Lydia Lunch… Lydia Lunch… the same Lydia Lunch of my childhood? The same Lydia Lunch from the Lower East Side? The Lydia Lunch from those movies? The Lydia Lunch I had just seen with Anthony Bourdain on Parts Unknown?Continue reading


Nonpoint – X


The one saving grace of these crazy times is you can always count on music to bring you back. Just when you start losing hope after watching the news or reading some BS online, you can retreat back to your bedroom, pop in your headphones, and go on a mini-vacation. Of course, we can’t just bury our heads in the sand either. When you can’t run away anymore, get woke with some smart bands with essential information to enlighten yourself. There are a lot of terrific modern bands making important music with a message like Prophets of Rage, OTEP, or Anti-Flag. One of those bands putting in work right now is Nonpoint, armed with their new album X (Spinefarm). On their tenth album in over 20 years as a band, they deserve their well-earned respected veteran status.Continue reading


Nonpoint Shares Two New Songs, New Album Due Out In August


Rockers Nonpoint, who are in equal measures one of the most consistent bands on record and always killer live have surprise dropped two new singles from their forthcoming album X, due out August 24th via Spinefarm Records. ‘Chaos And Earthquakes’ and ‘Dodge Your Destiny’ are streaming now. The band who have been co-headlining with Butcher Babies recently crushed it at Rocklahoma, and can next be seen at Rock USA Festival in Oshkosh WI July 12th. Continue reading


Black Salvation – Uncertainty Is Bliss


Black Salvation bequeaths to the world their newest opus Uncertainty Is Bliss (Relapse) and black light owners, black eyeliner wearers, and foppish goths rejoice. It’s a heady mixture of Siouxsie and the Banshees, X, and Echo and the Bunnymen. Uncertainty is Bliss is loud and bombastic and is meant to be played on 11. Continue reading


Shining (SWE) Replaces Katatonia At Inferno Festival 2018


Enigmatic Swedish metal band Shining has been added to Inferno Festival 2018, as a replacement for Katatonia, who canceled their appearance after going on hiatus. Shining is still touring in support of their tenth album X , Varg utan flock (Dark Essence/Season Of Mist) from 2016. Inferno Metal Festival is the longest-running and most extreme metal festival in Norway and one of the most important extreme metal festivals in the entire world. The festival still has 8 more bands to add between now and March 29t,h. When the fest kicks off. Continue reading


Riot Fest 2017 – Chicago, IL


Nine Inch Nails at Riot Fest 2017, by Omar Cordy/OJC PICS

Riot Fest was started a few years back in the grand spirit of the old school one-off festivals of lore. It was intended to be special from the get-go and they have done a reasonable job of sandwiching themselves into a busy summer of Lollapalooza, Chicago Open Air, and many other destination festival shows. Having a mix of alternative rock, metal, Hip-Hop, indie rock, and more has helped carve out its own niche, and between special performances, varied food and beer options, late-night after parties, and basically the cool factor Chicago offers as one of the best cities in America, it’s no wonder fans flocked to the event from all over the world.Continue reading