Bullet For My Valentine are streaming their entire new album, Scream Aim Fire, in its entirety on Myspace. Scream Aim Fire will be in stores on January 29th. Bullet For My Valentine are currently on tour in Europe and will kick off the Taste of Chaos Tour in the US on February 29th. The band has also released an exclusive audio commentary on their new album at MP3.com. The commentary gives an inside look at the making of the new album.
BFMV Myspace page:
BFMV Scream Aim Fire commentary:
The video “Ruler of Tomorrow” has been posted online by the UK band, Pig Iron!
For more info on Pig Iron, check out their myspace page!
I won’t hide the fact that I am a fan of Robert Mason’s vocals. I have enjoyed his work in each band I have followed him in (Lynch Mob, Cry of Love, Silent Witness) including Big Cock. He hasn’t disappointed me yet.
This CD, without question is the best Big Cock release yet. I found Motherload to be a little heavier and a bit more upbeat than the first two Big Cock discs.
The first two records had a song that I didn’t care for here or there. This is not the case with Motherload. There isn’t a bad song on the disc. Motherload rocks pretty hard all the way through. The exception is the ballad, Don’t Ask Me To Be Faithful, which is a solid tune as well.
My favorite cuts on this record are Breaking My Balls, M.I.L.F., and Built For Speed. The band wrote my theme song, with the tune Live to Rock!
The band stays true to their roots, and as a result, have created another disc, that is sure to appeal to most fans of 80’s hard rock. You can check out some of the new tunes at Big Cock’s myspace page! You may find yourself reserving a copy shortly thereafter. Motherload will hit most online stores in February.
Rating:Out of 10
1. Get a Load of Me
3. Breaking My Balls
4. Bump and Grind
5. Road To Ruin
7. Don’t Ask Me To Be Faithful
8. Live To Rock
11. Built for Speed
Big Cock is:
Robert Mason – Vocals
Dave Henzerling – Guitars and Vocals
John “DrumPulverizer.com” Covington – Drums and Percussion
Colby – Bass, Vocals
Bret Michaels was a guest on Eddie Trunk Live on Monday Night and provided a few details about what is in store for 2008.
- A new Bret Michaels Solo CD will drop in March.
- There will also be a Bret Michaels biography book released in 2008.
- Poison will not play Rocklahoma, but Bret Michaels might do a solo show there.
- Bret will be out on tour for his solo album soon. Poison will tour again this summer. The lineup for the Poison Tour has not been set as of yet.
- Poison will release a new DVD this summer called Live Raw and Uncut.
- A new Poison CD is not in the works as of yet, but Bret is anxious to do one.