The Los Angeles alternative rock pioneers return to the John Anson Ford Theater Monday October 3rd and Tuesday October 4th for the second pair of unique launch shows partnered with Citi, in support of their highly anticipated album which hits stores October 18th.
The original ‘Welcome To My Nightmare’ was Alice’s first as a solo artist and broke into the top 5 on the charts in 1975. The concept album was critically acclaimed and inspired both a TV special and a concert film. Welcome 2 My Nightmare is the sequel and, just like the original, is a concept album designed to be listened to, in order, as a whole.
Alice Cooper's 26th studio album sounds like the TV show Reading Rainbow having sex with The Munsters. It's cheesy, sounds like it was recorded and released 30 years ago and despite a few catchy tracks the record comes off like your grandpa trying to be cool by dressing up like KISS on Halloween.
The twisted prodigal sons have returned with a collection of rare and new tracks that teach us about magic ninjas, zombies and anything else a Juggalo goes ape-s*** for. Twiztid have released a very strong effort loaded with comical and disturbing tracks all the same; an essential compilation album that any Psychopathic Records fan should own.
John Watts gears up for release of critically acclaimed new album and greatest hits collection. In an uncertain music industry, he is an eclectic, indefinable and clever maverick, who kicks sand in the face of confining expectations and is fearless in his exploration.
It's not often that you see a band promote their new album by claiming the record almost forced them to split. You'd think it was anti-promotion to state that during the recording sessions you almost broke up, but Staind are rolling with the turmoil, even releasing a full documentary in the process for fans to see them at their lowest.
The mighty thrash band that nearly had to change their name because of terrorist douchebags over a decade ago have just unleashed an offering that proves heavy metal is as strong and alive as ever. 'Worship Music' is crushing, catchy and a welcome surprise to see the least recognized of the 'Big Four' kicking this much ass, decades later.
The strangest band on earth has returned with their first full length album in over 12 years. Fronted by Les Claypool, who I consider the best bass player of all time, Primus is back with an obscure vengeance. The band sounds like they never stopped turning out albums and the new record is one of the strongest of their career and a welcome return into their bizarre universe of music.