CONCERT REVIEW: HEATH – Pixel Grip – King Joseph – Sacred Skin Live at August Hall

San Francisco on a Tuesday. I decided to walk downtown since it was a nice night as I jammed out to help with my earbuds all the way there from West Soma. It was already a long line to get in but the staff there is always excellent and usher people in quickly. Continue reading

INTERVIEW: Jack Grisham of T.S.O.L. Talks The “A-Side Graffiti” Album and Being An Elder Punk

In this episode, Ghost Cult Keefy chatted with Punk Rock legend Jack Grisham of T.S.O.L. ! Their new album “A-Side Graffiti” is out now on Kitten Robot Records! Jack discussed the new album, his choices of cover songs, his love or RnB singers such as Amerie, working with Keith Morris of Circle Jerks , the many hats he wears such as actor – published author – screenwriter, and his memories if the classic 1980s Punk movie “Suburbia” by Penelope Spheeris! Continue reading

From Ashes To New Share a Single and Video for “One Foot In The Grave” Featuring Aaron Pauley (Of Mice and Men)

Alt-metallers, From Ashes To New, have announced the release of a digital deluxe edition of their 2023 concept album, Blackout. It comes out on June 07th, via the Better Noise Music record label. This news comes along with the release of their new single, “One Foot In The Grave” (featuring Aaron Pauley from Of Mice and Men),” accompanied by a music video directed by longtime collaborator JosiahX. Check it out below and read more from the band.
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Mandoki Soulmates Share a Single and Video for “We Stay Loud” – New Album Out Soon

International, inter-generational, rock and fusion supergroup, Mandoki Soulmates, have released their new single and lyric video, “We Stay Loud.” It is the 3rd track to be taken off their upcoming album, A Memory Of Our Future. The full-length is due out May 10th, via InsideOut Music records. Head into the article below to catch the new video and more from Mandoki Soulmates.
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The Exies Share Their New Single and Video for “For What It’s Worth” – Reunion Show at The Viper Room Coming Soon

Alt-rockers, The Exies have just released their latest comeback single and video, “For What It’s Worth.” The new video features never-before-seen footage transports fans of the band’s formative years. They will also be performing a reunion show at infamous LA venue, the Viper Room, on May 29th. Head into the article below for the new track and more information.
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Aatmaa Share Their Debut Single and Video “Hidden Bruises – New Album “Cataclysm” Coming Soon

Brand-new alt-rock outfit, Aatmaa, have just released their very first single, “Hidden Bruises.” The track comes with an official music video, directed and produced by the band’s own Ashwin Deepankar, assisted by videographer Aaron Ehinger. It is the first taste of music off their debut album, Cataclysm, which they release independently on Friday, June 07th, digitally and on vinyl. Check out the new video and more below.
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Slipknot Teases New Event with a Mysterious Billboard and New Website

Slipknot is celebrating the 25th anniversary of their debut album in 2024. They are headlining festivals and booked European tour dates to perform their 25th-anniversary playthrough of the album. Now they are teasing something that is “one night only” coming soon. This came in the form of a billboard in California on the site of Coachella (Indio, California), and was discovered by a Redditor. Will they book a stadium show like Korn did in Los Angeles? You can further track the breadcrumbs of this Scooby-Doo-like mystery at the delightedly retro (1999) website, that looks like an old Geocities site. There are clues like a game, music, full tour dates, and more. More Slipknot doings include the impending reveal of their new drummer. The band is also expected to finally release their “lost album” – “Take a Look Outside Your Window” this year are are making a new documentary about the history of the band, as we previously reported.Continue reading

Southern Rock and Guitar Legend Dickey Betts of Allman Brothers Has Died

Sad news as classic Rock guitar legend Dickey Betts has died, He was 80 years old, and passed peacefully in his home on April 17th, 2024 after several years of “declining health.” This was according to a press release issued by the band, shared today. Credited along with Duane Allman for developing the twin dueling guitar harmonies and counterpoint that would drive the sound of the band and influence countless other bands and players, Betts wrote some of the band’s most iconic works such as their biggest hit “Ramblin Man, “Jessica,” “In Memory of Elizabeth Reed” and many more. Read the full statement from the band below. Continue reading