This CD Release Party includes some mega talent featuring SPEED X, ASPHALT VALENTINE, LEDFOOT MESSIAH (new record being produced by Rachel Bolan of Skid Row) and BRANDED WITH FEAR (whose single In My Head is making waves at radio and gaining momentum). Visit www.ticketalternative.com for tickets.
The show will be broadcast live via dirtysouthtv.com. And don’t miss ASPHALT VALENTINE with SKID ROW on May 29th!
Check out the newest clip from Shinedown, “Sound of Madness”.
Rolling out of Jacksonville, Fl comes a four piece known as Big Engine with their brand of straight up in your face kick ass southern party rock n roll. Made up of founder Tony Mikus (lead vocals & guitar), Hans Oellerich (guitar & vocals), Benny Puckett (drums), and Ryan Wilcox (bass), once known as the Motion, the band has been known as Big Engine since 1990 with Mikus being the primary member and the others have joined at different times over the years. The band has released upwards of ten albums plus a live dvd, played thousands of shows all across the U.S. on their way to becoming one of the most well known and popular bands in the Southeast.
With one listen to Big Engine’s latest release “That Girl” you will be hooked by such songs as “That Girl’s A Freak”, “Kings Of The Rock-N-Roll Crowd”, and “What I’ve Waited For”. The first two songs are straight up rock songs that will have you singing along and you are pounding drinks down at the bar while “What I’ve Waited For” has a more modern rock feel but still great nonetheless, with some great bass by Ryan Wilcox. Once you throw in other songs such as “Give It To Me”, “Shake My Soul”, “Wasted”, and “No Money” you are in for one hell of a rocking time.
You can find Big Engine online at www.myspace.com/bigenginerocks or www.bigengine.com You can join them on Reverb Nation at www.reverbnation.com/bigengine and you can buy a digital copy of “That Girl” at www.digstation.com/artistalbums.aspx among other places.
You can also check out a couple of the clips off of Big Engine’s DVD below!
Before their set in Allentown, PA, Duff McKagan’s Loaded stopped in the WZZO studio for an interview and to play a couple of live tunes off of their new CD, “Sick”.
You can listen to the interview in its entirety below, and also watch the live clips from their in studio performance!
Thanks to Tori at WZZO for the cool info! Enjoy!!
The month of May has been a pretty awesome month for Movies with X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Star Trek and now Terminator Salvation all hitting the big screen this month. In this fourth installment of the Terminator series, you wont find actors or actresses from the past films, but there is just enough stuff to tie this together nicely with the previous movies.
In Terminator Salvation, Christian Bale takes on the role John Connor, and does a pretty good job at the role. He was nearly upstaged by his co-star, Sam Worthington who plays ……… ah that would be telling. The rest of the cast if fleshed out by Bryce Dallas Howard and Helena Bonham Carter.
Terminator Salvation is set in the future, 2018 to be exact, after Judgement Day. The movie has a good story, and does a good job of keeping the history of the franchise in tact. In this apocalyptic future, the film feels more like Mad Max than Terminator at first, but that changes quickly once the story kicks into gear. There a few cool surpises and massive explosions and sound effects that fill the theater nicely. There is even Alice in Chains & Guns N’ Roses after Judgement day….who knew?!
Terminator Salvation is action packed, and is heavy on the special effects. It is a very cool film to see on the big screen. I enjoyed this one quite a bit. If you have liked the previous films, you will love this one too!
Rating: Out of 5
Controversial rocker Marilyn Manson has recently released his video for “Arma-Goddamn-Motherf*ckin-Geddon,” the first single from his forthcoming album The High End of Low. The video, which was shot with 30-40 cameras yet only contains footage from two of them, is no less shocking than what fans have come to expect from the shock-rocker with fire, narcissism, bikini clad protestors, and a load of F-bombs. With such explicit title and lyrics it is no surprise that Manson has released two versions of the video, clean and dirty, for the viewing audience.
Since we don’t believe in censorship at HRH, you can watch the dirty version of the video below!