Tag: 70s Hits From the Pit

Vs Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins?! FIGHT! Sedated.

“Don’t call it a comeback, We’ve been here for years, Travelled the world and now we back with this, Made a few enemies but more friends than we can count, Got f***ed up in towns that I can’t even pronounce, And we’ve got nothing to prove got nothing to lose, Do what the fuck we

Throwback: “Crazy Life” by (hed)p.e.

Last week saw the 20th Anniversary of the underrated third album “Blackout” by Huntington Beach California’s (hed)p.e., a record once dismissed by frontman Jared Gomes as “Corporate Junk”. He has long claimed to have given in to the pressure from their then label Jive Records to create an all out Nu-Metal record that brought forward

Throwback: “Sabbra Cadabra” from (hed)p.e.!

Back in 2020 when Ozzfest was all the rage, a two part compilation of covers of Black Sabbath classics was put together titled “Nativity In Black” featuring the bands that made the events so great. Static-X took on “Behind The Wall Of Sleep“, System Of A Down chose “Snowblind” and of course Huntington Beach California’s (hed)p.e. took

Review: “70’s Hits From The Pit” by (hed)p.e.

“You know me then you know I really have no friends, Get a high a lot, I drink and drive a lot, The innocent they die a lot, Now don’t be fooled when you see me smile a lot, Cause I go punk rock, blow up ya’ whole block…” ~ “Wake Up” by (hed)p.e.

NEWS: Nu-Metal goes Punk Rawk as (hed)p.e. cover The Ramones?!

The first single from the much talked about (hed)p.e. covers album “70’s Hits From The Pit” has arrived in “I Wanna Be Sedated” by The Ramones. A tribute to the Kings of US Punk Rock it takes pride of place on the album that will drop on 24th February via Suburban Noize Records which doesn’t

Bootleg: “RTR” from (hed)p.e.!

It has been something of a rarity for (hed)p.e. to take out newer material of late but on their most recent “Last Chance of 2022” tour “RTR” aka “Respect The Republic” from EP “Sandmine” was used to open the set. Filmed at Goldfield Trading Post in Roseville California back on 4th May here it is

NEWS: (hed)p.e. announce “70s Hits From the Pit”!

Having previously recorded a version of “Crosstown Traffic” by Jimi Hendrix in the dim and distant past, (hed)p.e. have announced an all new covers album titled “70s Hits From the Pit” will be releasing via Suburban Noize Records on 24th February. Said to cross Punk Rock and Classic Rock with the bands own G-Punk style,