Tag: Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds

Review: “Malfunction x Broken Down” by Dead Posey

The absence of live shows has meant that artists have had time to think out of the box and opportunity to work on some ideas which might have otherwise been on the back burner. One such act is wedded duo Dead Posey who after the release of their EP “Malfunction” earlier this year have now

Review: “Self Titled” by Lamb Of God

The return of Richmond Virginia’s Lamb Of God with their first album of new material in five years and their first with new drummer Art Cruz (ex-Winds of Plague, ex-Prong) as a replacement for Chris Adler has been one many have been foaming at the mouth in anticipation for. The recording was delayed by the

Under The Influence #37: Witnesses on “Murder Ballads” by Nick Cave!

Released in 1996, the ninth studio album “Murder Ballads” from Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds received critical acclaim with Cave heralded as giving the performance of his life throughout the recording. Joined by no less than sixteen guest musicians while performing duets with PJ Harvey and Kylie Minogue, it might surprise you to know

Review: “Thresholds” by The Curse Of Millhaven

“You must have heard about the Curse of Millhaven, How last Christmas BillĀ  Blake’s little boy didn’t come home. They found him the next week, up in One Mile creek. With his head bashed in and his pockets full of stones. Well, just imagine all the wailing and moaning. La la-la-la, la la-la-lie. Even Bill