Often sidelined and underrated, the debut Nirvana album “Bleach” has some absolute rippers on it and deserves more credit that it often gets, hiding in the shadows of “Nevermind“, “In Utero” and of course that MTV unplugged album. There have been plenty of bands influenced by it and who have chosen songs from it for
Pro-shot at The Maywood in Raleigh, North Carolina on 2nd May 2020, here’s a full set from Cultus Black, a band said to feature former members of Motograter and who were set to record their debut album with Producer James Paul Wisner (Underoath, Hands Like Houses, Paramore) in Late August 2019. As things stand they have
A new band said the feature former members of Motogrator that wear masks and haven’t identified themselves by name called Cultus Black have premiered a beefed up cover of “Negative Creep” by Nirvana. They are currently recording a debut album with producer James Paul Wisner (Underoath, Hands Like Houses, Paramore) with a release date is
Jeffrey “Nothing” Hatrix has released what sounds like a demo of a new song entitled “P.I.F”. The track will appear on an upcoming date to be confirmed new album possibly entitled “The New Psychodalia 2”. The current solo band from the former Mushroomhead vocalist features fellow former Mushroomhead man Tommy Church on Guitars and former
Former Mushroomhead vocalist Jeffrey Nothing Hatrix has released a lyric video for new singes “Dead Space/Dead Inside” which is also now available on all streaming platforms. The song follows previous single “Fragile Mind” and sees former Mushroomhead guitarist Tommy Church and former Motograter sticksman Noah “Shark” Robertson in thr reincarnation of Nothing.
Once again former Mushroomhead vocalist Jeffrey Nothing Hatrix and Waylon Reavis shared a stage together to perform “1200” from Mushroomhead’s “Saviour Sorrow” album. Both Nothing and A Killers Confession appeared at Mulbury’s in Cleaveld Ohio at Hatrix Fest on 26th October. Re-activating his solo band with ex-Motograter drummer Noah Shark Robinson and former Mushroomhead guitarist
Jeffery Nothing Hatrix’s solo band took the stage at Rocktober Fest 2018 in Iola, Kansas for a set that not only saw recently released single “Fragile Mind” but also saw fellow former Mushroomhead frontman Waylon Reavis, who now fronts A Killers Confession, join forces. What that says about their departures from the band, who knows.
Having exited Mushroomhead earlier this year, it shouod come as no surprise that Jeffery “Nothing” Hatrix has reactivated his solo band Nothing. Previous release “New Psychodalia” appeared in 2011 via Suburban Noize Records and was accompanied by an Australian tour. This time around he has been joined by fellow former Mushroomhead guitarist Tommy Church, drummer