Tag: Dropkick Murphys

Throwback: “Catharsis” from Machine Head!

It doesn’t seem possible but as Machine Head once again bask in the glory of a very well received album in “Of Kingdom And Crown” it’s predecessor “Catharsis” has reached its fifth anniversary. An album hated by many which brought about the departure of guitarist Phil Demmel and drummer Dave McClain from the band it,

Review: “Pillaging Villagers” by Pillaging Villagers

A concept album composed entirely by Milwaukee, Wisconsin based vocalist David Frazer, the debut self titled album from Pillaging Villagers features the session contributions of drummer Jason Hirt (Ghost Bath), guitarist Brian Koenig (Lords of the Trident) and bassist Adam Tucker (A Scanner Darkly) as together the quartet seek to take the listener, willing or otherwise,

Review: “Class Of 2020” by (hed)p.e.

Never in a million years did we think 20 years ago we’d still be talking about (hed)p.e. after gushing over their year 2000 seminal album “Broke” when it dropped via Jive Records at the height of the Nu-Metal revolution. Following their musical journey through numerous line up changes and style shifts over the that time

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

There are many fans who would argue that the Die Hard saga died after the trilogy and that “Fortunate Son” by Creedence Clearwater Revival playing during credits at the end of Die Hard 4.0 was the highlight of the film… Harsh? Possibly. But we still can’t bring ourselves to watch the fifth installment of the

Bootleg: The Devil Makes Three at Brixton Academy!

Supporting Dropkick Murphys at London’s Brixton Academy on 26th April, here’s a full set from Santa Cruz California’s The Devil Makes Three. They’re currently touring their sixth studio album “Chains Are Broken” which appears via New West Records.