Tag: (hed)p.e.

Throwback: “Get Ready” from (hed)p.e.!

A day late and a buck short [it’s been a week! ~ Ed] it’s time to celebrate 16 years of an album that proved that you don’t have to be heavy to be cool. In 2006 Californian G-Punk outfit (hed)p.e. returned to their roots and in Punk Rock and created an album blending Hip-Hop with

NEWS: Dropout Kings and Borders join forces this summer!

Fresh from their collaborative reanimation of “Bartender” with (hed)p.e. and DJ Lethal of Limp Bizkit, Nu-Metal revivalists Dropout Kings have announced that they will be on a whirlwind tour of Europe mixing Festival appearances and Club shows this summer! That will find the Glitch Gang joined by Borders for all of the UK dates that close

NEWS: (hed)p.e. wind the clock back with Dropout Kings!

As had been promised a week ago by (hed)p.e. vocalist Jared Gomes, an alternative version of the classic “Bartender” from their seminal 2020 Jive Records “Broke” has landed with Pheonix Arizona Nu-Metal revivalists Dropout Kings  lending vocalist Eddie Wellz and guitarist Staig Flynn for some alternative verses and Trap Metal inspired guitar vibes while DJ

Bootleg: “Bartender” from (hed)p.e. in Portland!

Alongside a live rendition of “Bartender” from a show in Portland (hed)p.e. vocalist Jared Gomes has announced that later this week an alternative version of the classic from their seminal 2020 Jive Records “Broke” will be appearing. Pheonix Arizona Nu-Metal revivalists Dropout Kings have lent vocalist Eddie Wellz and guitarist Staig Flynn for the new

NEWS: (hed)p.e. head across the Universe!

After the delayed arrival of the collaborative album “Califas Worldwide” from Californian G-Punk pioneers (hed)p.e. via Suburban Noize Records, the music videos started to stack up like pancakes with “Across The Universe” the latest to receive the treatment. The album itself has cover art Illustrated by none other than Jim “TAZ” Evans, the record also

NEWS: (hed)p.e. brace for the Hurricane!

With a huge twenty one collaborative cuts to choose from, Huntington Beach California G-Punk pioneers (hed)p.e. have selected “Hurricane” which features Sad Silence for a Gabriel Carrer directed music video to celebrate the release of “Califas Worldwide” via Suburban Noize Records this weekend. Illustrated by none other than Jim “TAZ” Evans the record also includes

NEWS: (hed)p.e. ask you to choose a side…

Illustrated by none other than Jim “TAZ” Evans and featuring no less than 21 cuts, a second single from the upcoming 4th February via Suburban Noize Records releasing collaborative album “Califas Worldwide” from Huntington Beach California G-Punk pioneers (hed)p.e. has surfaced, titled “Choose Sides“. Featuring a guest vocal appearance from Mr Talkative it follows “Not

NEWS: (hed)p.e. take us on Wisconsin death trip?

Featuring from Angelo Moore and Norwood Fisher of Fishbone, HR of Bad Brains, Johnny Richter of the King Klick and formerly of the Kottonmouth Kings, John E. Necro of OPM, Ipcus Pinecone of The Villebillies, Shifty of Crazytown, Electric Poets, The Final Clause of Tacitus, Lio Mori, Brandon the Wizard and a whole host of

NEWS: (hed)p.e. announce new album…

While they were unable to tour, “Sandmine” wasn’t the only new record that G-Punk pioneers (hed)p.e. were working on an on 17th December, Suburban Noize Records will be unveiling “Califas Worldwide“, a compilation album that sees collaborations with artists from around the World. “Not Today” serves as the first single from it as Jared Gomez