Tag: Red Hot Chili Peppers

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

A timeless classic from a critically acclaimed album, “Nothing Else Matters” is one that has reached its 30th Anniversary as does the self titled fifth album from Metallica. A change in direction away from the Bay Area Thrash towards a more classic Metal sound thanks to three attempts at mixing, a pair of divorces and

Review: “Ghost In The Shadows” by Rebelmatic

Writing lyrics centered around freedom, justice, equality, trauma and finding the light when in a dark place in an album that collectively forms an ode to life in New York City has already gained Rebelmatic plenty of fans in high places including HR from Bad Brains and Angelo Moore of Fishbone. That has no doubt

Review: “Effigy” by Winterblind

Winterblind is an Antwerp Belgium based experimental progressive metal band. Formed sometime around 2006 by four edge-riddled teenagers wanting to play black metal, for some reason the band never broke up and now consists of five hipsters in their late twenties trying to play music that they imagine makes them look smart. Following their debut

Documentary: “Give It Away” from Frog Leap Studios!

Friday saw Leo Moracchioli of Frog Leap Studios in Norway cover “Give It Way” by Red Hot Chili Peppers which appeared on this morning’s Vs Tuesday. So you watched the video? You can now watch the behind the scenes documentary! Frog Leap live will be upon on our shores in April with Rabea Massaad of

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

1991. “Blood Sugar Sex Magik”. Probably the album that made Californian Rockers Red Hot Chili Peppers. Their career may have gone from commercial strength to strength since but it was that one that found the balance and got things going. It was Produced by Rick Rubin and has a sound shift from their earlier 4

NEWS: Sumo Cyco cover System of a Down!

Having previously treated us to a selection of cover songs including “Give It Away” from Red Hot Chili Peppers, Canadian Female fronted Hard Rockers Sumo Cyco have released a cut of System of a Down protest song “B.Y.O.B” complete with black and white studio footage! Maybe one day we’ll see a full covers album from

Playlist: Sumo Cyco “Singles”

When female fronted Canadian Punk-Metal band Sumo Cyco formed, they initially only put out singles for digital download. They’ve subsequently put out a number of non-album tracks, covers and demos between albums to keep up interest when they’re not out on tour. Their videos have a great sense of humour to them, so here’s a playlist