Sunday, June 25, 2017

Slayer - Undisputed Attitude

I'm gonna go out on a limb here and say we all remember when this cd was released. Either you loved it or you hated it. By 1996 I had finally grown to appreciate Slayer for the powerhouse that they truly are. So I was clearly on the side of loving this cd. I think there's some great song choices here. Thoughts?

It's The Best Time I've Ever Had

Saturday, June 24, 2017

Pig Destroyer - Blind, Deaf And Bleeding Bonus E.P.

Well now here's a pleasantly named band. Pig Destroyer is a grindcore band out of Virginia. In 2012 they released an album titled Book Burner. Included with the deluxe edition of that release was a 7 song EP called Blind, Deaf And Bleeding. Full disclosure, I neither have, nor have heard the Book Burner LP. I did however, stumble upon the bonus EP somewhere along the way, and it RIPS! Can't really speak to the band as a whole, but they had some great influences!

Who Are You,Why Am I Here?

Friday, June 23, 2017

Peter Pan Speedrock - Speedrock Chartbusters, Vol. 1

Peter Pan Speedrock is a pretty intense outfit out of the Netherlands. They were founded in 1995 and apparently split for good last year. Too bad, really. This 2002 release is a collection of some very interesting and diverse cover tunes. From Butthole Surfers and Turbonegro to the Misfits and Led Zeppelin. Great stuff

Live Fast, Die Young, And Leave A Beautiful Corpse

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Luicidal - Live In Las Vegas

Luicidal began when brilliant early Suicidal Tendencies bassist Louiche Mayorga got together with another early ST member, drummer R.J. Herrera. They began in 2012 playing tracks from the first three Suicidal albums, on which one or both played. Since then they've released an album of originals that pretty much revives the Venice glory days. Here's a bootleg (I think) from a live show in 2012.

Born To Be Cyco

Sunday, June 18, 2017

Revolting Cocks - (Let's Get) Physical + Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?

One of the many projects that kept Al Jourgensen busy was this band of industrial misfits. Here we have their 1989 single featuring a very interesting take on Olivia Newton-John plus a maddening 10 minute loop. Next there's their 3 song single from 1993, which includes a fantastic Rod Stewart re-working.

Saturday, June 17, 2017

Ministry & Co-Conspirators - Cover Up + Undercover

Another guy that always knows the perfect way to choose a song to rework is our old friend Al Jourgensen. The first collection, released in '08, pretty much lays waste to 70's rock. The second, from 2010, continues that theme but also attacks tunes from other eras as well as a couple re-mixed originals.The great thing about Al and his co-conspirators is that they can take the most innocuous rock song and turn it in to a heavyweight industrial classic. Enjoy very loudly!

Friday, June 16, 2017

Manic Hispanic - The Menudo Incident + Mommy's Little Cholo 7"

Let's have some fun and kick off this weekend with the great Manic Hispanic. Here's their full length debut from 1995 as well as an early 7".