Mayhem Festival Returns for 2024 and Books Bad Omens, Parkway Drive, Architects, Jinjer, Poppy, Kittie, August Burns Red and More


As previously reported, Mayhem Festival will return as a single-destination event in Southern California on October 12, 2024. 23 bands will perform at the festival, which will be held at Glen Helen Amphitheater in San Bernardino, California, where Mayhem first began. Bad Omens will headline, along with Parkway Drive, Architects, Jinjer, Poppy, Kittie, August Burns Red, and many more at the list below. 19 bands will perform at the festival for the first time and tickets are not on sale yet. Continue reading


SeeYouSpaceCowboy Drop a Video for “Lubricant Like Kerosene” Featuring Kim Dracula – New Album Out Now



SeeYouSpaceCowboy have recently released their new album, Coup De Grâce, via Pure Noise Records. They have also dropped their latest video single, “Lubricant Like Kerosene,” featuring Kim Dracula. The band are currently on the road, and have added Summer dates with The Callous Daoboys, Omerta, and Roman Candle. Head into the article below for the new video, live listings, and more.
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Roman Candle Part Ways with Bassist Nico Borgia Following Domestic Assault Claims



According to a published report from Lambgoat.com, Las Vegas hardcore band Roman Candle has dismissed bassist Nico Borgia following domestic assault claims. Front-woman Piper Ferrari shared the following statement addressing the situation. The band is also making a $2,500 donation to The National Domestic Violence Hotline. 

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ALBUM REVIEW: Funeral Chic – Roman Candle


 

My chief concern heading into Funeral Chic’s Roman Candle (Prosthetic Records) is that the name Funeral Chic is very unappealing. It’s objectively a bad name for a band. It feels like a moniker Johnny Depp would give to one of his musical projects. Brings back memories of another Depp-associated collective, Hollywood Vampires. Yeah, I’d like a ticket to go see Jack Sparrow, Joe Perry and golf enthusiast Alice Cooper walk around onstage, Mr. Box Office. Continue reading