One time, somewhere in the depths of London, I saw Robert Llewellyn (Red Dwarf’s Kryten) read Edgar Allen Poe’s The Raven. It wasn’t quite up to Vincent Price standards, but who can compare to Price? Well…maybe Rollins. Maybe. Because while you were probably never aware that what you needed in your life was Henry Rollins reading Dr. Seuss’s Oh, the Places You’ll Go!, what you … Continue reading Henry Rollins Reading Dr. Seuss Is Exactly What The Internet Needed
Rob Zombie’s fan-funded killer clown movie ’31’ has been a long time coming, but all evidence points to it being worth the wait. Now the official movie poster has been released, excitement can start building up fresh and it’s only a matter of time until a trailer’s here. [UPDATE: Rob Zombie and Saban Films have released the trailer. Check it out below] Distributed by Saban … Continue reading Rob Zombie Reveals Poster for Upcoming Killer Clown Horror ’31’
Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes have been having a massive 2015/16, with the launch of their debut album ‘Blossom’, a sold out RSD 7″ and, most importantly, having torn up stages and festivals around the country. Led by former Gallows/Pure Love man, Frank Carter, the band’s consistently proven their ability to be a huge player on the UK hardcore scene. AT the same time, Frank … Continue reading Track of the Week #22 – Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes ‘Snake Eyes’
Everyone’s putting out EPKs for their albums, books, films, cats and whatever else they have coming soon. Ranging from tedious and text based, to full out Hollywood dramatics, they range in effectiveness for teasing us into awaiting the final product. When it comes to albums, these often sit within the aforementioned tedious category – small snippets of the song, along with some cover art and … Continue reading Still the best / creepiest EPK.
Brody Dalle/Armstrong/Homme’s back and we should all be happy about this. As long as we perhaps overlook Spinerette happening. And the other stuff. It’s all in the past, people; look forward. Her debut solo single ‘Meet the Foetus/Oh the Joy pounds out low-key rumbling, moody and a little bit new-wave and it’s all good. Peaking at a NIN style climax with a punky whisper to … Continue reading Track of the Week #1 – Brody Dalle ‘Meet the Foetus’
Not many good things come from the suburbs of South London – just look at Bromley. Luckily Ithaca are holding the fort and doing everyone proud with their straight-up melodic hardcore laced with dissonant leads and enough vocal fury to cover two boroughs. Perfect for the first CBP Band of the Week. The aptly named ‘Grief’ instantly explodes with twinned guitars pounding alongside raw, strained … Continue reading Artist Spotlight: Ithaca