Arguably one of the finest Alt Rock albums money couldn’t buy “Siamese Dream” put The Smashing Pumpkins firmly on the map back in 1993 with a quartet of huge singles. It’s testament to the quality of the album, written in the wake of a nervous breakdown that it’s a cut that isn’t one of those
Four new suffocating tracks totaling over 38 minutes is what Sludge Doom Metallers Primitive Man have in store for us with the Arthur Rizk (Road Mutant, Jungle Rot) mixed and mastered album “Insurmountable” that features the artwork of Ethan McCarthy (Hell Simulation). Recorded in Denver Colorado it’s available in vinyl pressing from Closed Casket Activities
For those uninitiated in the weekly ceremony we call “Vs Tuesday“, two bands covering the same song go head to head in a duel to the death to see who does it better as we put the World to rights. Like you didn’t already know. It’s the longest running feature on Metal Noise and has
Dublin Ireland is the home of John O’Kelly, the one man multi instrumentalist behind Alternative Metal project Inner Circles. Adorned with cover artwork from visual artist Shane Reilly, who also created a music video for single “Possession” from the 1920’s film “Genuine: A Tale Of A Vampire” and with Mastering from Fergal Davis (Muse, Codes),
One of The Smashing Pumpkins most well known songs, “1979” was released in 1996 as the second single from their third studio album “Mellon Collie and The Infinite Sadness“, an epic collection of songs released as a double album, a very rare commodity in the years to come. The narrative is a nostalgic one and
Having announced a couple of days back that they were going to be releasing some high quality and exclusive content via their patreon here to subscribers, the Machine Shop followed up “Early Grave” from The Contortionist with “Reimagined“. We’re hoping that after their four track EP “Our Bones” last year, which features that surprise Smashing Pumpkins
The lead single from their 1995 released double album “Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness” produced by main man Billy Corgan is one of the most recognisable in The Smashing Pumpkins discography. It won a Grammy Award for “Best Hard Rock Performance” and appears on VH1, Triple J and Rolling Stone Magazines “100 Greatest” lists.
Probably one of the most recognisable songs from The Smashing Pumpkins 1995 2 hour plus 28 song marathon double album “Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness” (they don’t release epics like this anymore, labels double their money by splitting them in two and releasing them 6 months apart!) is the iconic “Zero”. It’s been done