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Music Video: Basementones – “Godforsaken Place”

Finnish psychobilly / punk’n’roll band Basementones have released a brand new music video. It’s for their tune “Godforsaken Place” from their debut album “Let There Be Noise” which was released August 2013 by Turenki Records. The video was filmed on their Easter tour with Jaya The Cat in Finland 2014.

Check it out below.



American Pinup release music video for “Creeper”

New York psychobilly/punk/everything act American Pinup have released a music video for their song “Creeper” and you can check it out below.

The track appears on the band’s latest album Change Machine, which was released on September 3rd, 2013 through Altercation Records.



The Creepshow embark on US summer tour

Toronto psychobilly band The Creepshow will be making their way around the states for the next few weeks. Details on when and where they’ll be playing can be found below.

The Creepshow’s latest album Life After Death was released last October through Sailor’s Grave Records (US), Stomp Records (Canada), and People Like You Records (Europe).



Tiger Army writing new album, due out next year

Tiger Army are writing a new album, due out next year. Here’s what they had to say via Facebook:

READY FOR A NEW ONE? Some news straight from Nick 13! ☞ The next TIGER ARMY album is being written NOW (current phase) ☞ Recording will happen after songwriting is complete (next phase) ☞ New album is the priority over live shows at this time ☞ Worldwide touring will resume with the new album’s release in 2015! T♤A♤N♤D!



Live Video: Devils Brigade play “Police Truck” at Punk Rock Bowling ’14

A video of Rancid bassist Matt Freeman’s side project Devils Brigade covering the Dead Kennedys classic “Police Truck” at Punk Rock Bowling ’14 has made its way online!

Check out the video below – the illustrious Tim Armstrong makes a cameo appearance in it.



New Video: The Limit Club (Arizona psychobilly) – “When You Burn (You’re Gonna Scream)”

Phoenix, Arizona-based psychobilly quartet The Limit Club have got a brand new music video out. It’s for the track “When You Burn (You’re Gonna Scream),” and you can check it out below.

“When You Burn (You’re Gonna Scream)” is slated to appear on the band’s upcoming digital/vinyl EP release called “The Wild Four.” Stay tuned for more official release news in the weeks ahead.

“The Wild Four” is due out in August, and serves as a follow-up to The Limit Club’s last studio album, 2011’s “Cutthroat Business.”



Piñata Protest embark on a long-ass US tour

San Antonio punks Piñata Protest are currently touring the US and odds are, they’ll be playing your city sometime over the course of the next 4 months. You may even be able to catch them with Reverend Horton Heat, Old Man Markley, or The Blasters.

Details on when and where the band will be stopping on this tour can be found below.

Piñata Protest’s latest album El Valiente was released in early 2013. The whole thing’s up on their Soundcloud page if you wanna give it a listen.



The Creepshow announce European tour dates

Toronto psychobilly band The Creepshow will be heading out on a month-long European tour next week and you can find details on when and where they’ll be playing below.

The Creepshow’s album Life After Death was released last October through Sailor’s Grave Records (US), Stomp Records (Canada), and People Like You Records (Europe). It’s the band’s first album featuring new singer Kenda “Twisted” Legaspi.



Album Review: Butcher Knives – “Misery”


A melting pot of multi-cultural ingredients is what you’ll find in Butcher Knives‘ music, with roots in Morocco, Israel, Columbia, New York and New Orleans. The Brooklyn-based musicians are as authentic as they are diverse and their cohesive sound shines through on their recent album release Misery.

The vocal delivery by Nacho Segura is raw and relaxed but cuts through perfectly one track at a time. The fifth and eighth songs on the album (“Butcher Knives Unite” & “Kaiser Sose”) features bi-lingual rapper Ephniko, delivering Spanish Rap lyrics over what usually would be considered non-traditional beats for hip-hop, but it works. Butcher Knives truly bridges the cultural gap in music and even takes a political stance on immigration in songs like “American Dream”, which is set to become the second single from the album.

The first single from the album is “Tell Me Why” that also has a video that is worth a watch at the band’s YouTube page. The song speaks of love and betrayal and who couldn’t relate to that? When you can relate to a song, an album or a musician there becomes a connection in the universe between you (the fan) and the music itself. Misery will easily connect with you; either from personal experience or at least it will allow you to put yourself in the shoes of the writers.

Each song on the album has perfectly selected samples from Tal Galfsky and each track gives you a sense of punk, middle eastern sound, Spanish elements and an urban landscape. I would totally recommend adding this album to your collection especially because you will be hard-pressed to find a similar style group of musicians. Not bad for a debut.

4 /5 Stars – Listen below



Album Review: Reverend Horton Heat – ‘Rev’

I’ve been reluctant to give 5 stars on an album review, even to some of my favorite bands and not because the album isn’t awesome it’s because there’s always room for more awesomeness. Today I find myself with no other option than to award 5 stars to Reverend Horton Heat for their latest album, Rev!

Believe me, I tried to pick it apart but all I could do was get sucked in. I also like to take time and actually listen to the album for a while before giving it the rating that it truly deserves.

It’s been just about 30 years that the Reverend Jim Heath has been delivering the self proclaimed “Country-Fed Punkabilly” gospel through his band Reverend Horton Heat. Rev is the band’s eleventh studio album and I found myself trying to separate my existing knowledge of the band and approach this as if it were the first time I ever heard them. It was tough but I think I managed to form an unbiased and uninfluenced review of the album; Rev truly stands on its own.

Track one: “Victory Lap” is an instrumental introduction that leads directly into what I think is my favorite song on the album “Smell of Gasoline”, of course that is subject to change on a daily basis. These two songs together like Siamese twins are not unlike the combination of “We Will Rock You/We Are the Champions”, you can’t have one without the other.

The first song released from Rev was accompanied with the sexiest video in music history “Let Me Teach You How to Eat”. This song is full of innuendo and metaphoric relations between food and wherever your imagination wanders. I can not stress enough that you should watch this video over and over again, preferably alone in a room with the curtains drawn. “Scenery Going By” also has a video which has various clips of the band on the road and is also worth a watch.

It all about where the music takes you and when you listen to this album you may find yourself driving a 1950’s hotrod, windows down and beautiful women everywhere. Give this album a listen and if you love it like I do, please support the Reverend and buy it, so they can make more!!!

5 /5 Stars – Check it out below.



DS Video Interview: Butcher Knives (NY gypsybilly punk)

March 1st was Butcher Knives‘ album release show at Piano’s in Manhattan’s Lower East Side. I (Rob Smittix, not Jay Stone) had a chance to do a brief interview with the band before the show as well as capture some interesting clips of their performance. Butcher Knives, as I have coined the phrase is a “Melting Pot” of musicians stemming from all parts of the globe. Band members include: Nacho Segura (Colombia/vocals/percussion), Nikko Matiz (Colombia/vocals/guitar), Melissa Elledge (New Orleans/accordion), Tal Galfsky (Israel/keyboards/sampler), Ethan Cohen (New York City/banjo/guitar/vocals), Yoni Benshlomo (Israel/bass/vocals), and Mohamed Amine Smires (Morocco/drums/vocals). Opening acts included Bad Buka, Outernational, and Escarioka. The show was upbeat and energetic from beginning to end and I would recommend to any music loving fan to see all of these acts live. Check out our video interview below.

Pedro Erazo of Gogol Bordello even stopped by to do a guest appearance in the song “Nobody Knows Me”. Gogol Bordello on a side note, a few days ago tweeted and posted on Facebook that their March tour dates have been cancelled and refunds will be given to ticket holders due to Pedro’s Arm being broken. At the Butcher Knives’ concert Pedro’s hand was wrapped in bandages but he only lent his vocal styling to this show with Gogol he also plays percussion.

Butcher Knives’ first release from the album entitled “Misery” is “Tell Me Why” and there’s a video to coincide. The second release and video will be “American Dream” which touches on the topic of being an immigrant in America. The album is currently available for streaming and purchase at the band’s official website.

Butcher Knives’ concert dates are also posted on their site. On May 17th they will be playing at The Knitting Factory in Brooklyn with Mustard Plug, so mark your calendar now!



DS Interview: Butcher Knives (New York Gypsybilly punk)

Photo (c) Ana Cissa Pinto

March 1st was Butcher Knives‘ album release show at Piano’s in Manhattan’s Lower East Side. I had a chance to do a brief interview with the band before the show as well as capture some interesting clips of their performance. Butcher Knives, as I have coined the phrase is a “Melting Pot” of musicians stemming from all parts of the globe. Band members include: Nacho Segura (Colombia/vocals/percussion), Nikko Matiz (Colombia/vocals/guitar), Melissa Elledge (New Orleans/accordion), Tal Galfsky (Israel/keyboards/sampler), Ethan Cohen (New York City/banjo/guitar/vocals), Yoni Benshlomo (Israel/bass/vocals), and Mohamed Amine Smires (Morocco/drums/vocals). Opening acts included Bad Buka, Outernational, and Escarioka. The show was upbeat and energetic from beginning to end and I would recommend to any music loving fan to see all of these acts live. Check out our video interview below.

Pedro Erazo of Gogol Bordello even stopped by to do a guest appearance in the song “Nobody Knows Me”. Gogol Bordello on a side note, a few days ago tweeted and posted on Facebook that their March tour dates have been cancelled and refunds will be given to ticket holders due to Pedro’s Arm being broken. At the Butcher Knives’ concert Pedro’s hand was wrapped in bandages but he only lent his vocal styling to this show with Gogol he also plays percussion.

Butcher Knives’ first release from the album entitled “Misery” is “Tell Me Why” and there’s a video to coincide. The second release and video will be “American Dream” which touches on the topic of being an immigrant in America. The album is currently available for streaming and purchase at the band’s official website.

Butcher Knives’ concert dates are also posted on their site. On May 17th they will be playing at The Knitting Factory in Brooklyn with Mustard Plug, so make your calendar now!



Full compilation stream: Vicious Mistress Records – “Psycho In The Street Vol.1”

Connecticut-based Vicious Mistress Records has just released a new compilation “Psycho In The Street Vol.1” which features what I can only assume are a plethra of psychobilly acts.

You can stream the entire compilation below.



Music Video: Reverend Horton Heat – “Scenery Going By”

Reverend Horton Heat have posted a new music video for their song “Scenery Going By” and you can check it out below.

The track appears on the band’s latest album “Rev,” which was released on January 21st through Victory Records. Head over here to stream the record in its entirety.



Koffin Kats part ways with guitarist EZ Ian

Sad news for you Koffin Kats fans. Guitarist EZ Ian has announced he will be leaving the band to assist with family matters back at home. Ian joined Koffin Kats four years ago, after previous guitarist Tommy Koffin parted ways with the band.

Below are statements from Ian and frontman Vic Victor regarding the departure.

The guitarist’s last show with Koffin Kats was last night at Woodruff’s Bar in Ypsilanti, Michigan with Break Anchor and The Gutter Ghouls. The band’s latest album “Born of the Motor” was released last year through Sailor’s Grave Records.