Tag Archives: Punk

Metal Review: Corrosion of Conformity: IX (2014)

Corrosion of Conformity IX

With a June 24, 2014 North American release date through Candlelight Records, Corrosion of Conformity is back with their latest effort, “IX.” I have been a very vocal commenter on the direction that Corrosion of Conformity (COC) has taken with the reformation of the older line-up and the removal of Pepper Keenan. For me, he

Metal Review: Toxic Holocaust: Chemistry of Consciousness (2013)

Toxic Holocaust Chemistry of Consciousness

Portland thrash / punk metal outfit Toxic Holocaust are back with their latest offering, “Chemistry of Consciousness,” on October 29, 2013 via Relapse Records. As with previous releases, Toxic Holocaust focuses on their riffs and offer plenty of them. The band is akin to a more punk-fueled Slayer or a heavier Exploited. Thrown in a

Danzig Announce First Dates of 25th Anniversary Tour

Danzig will be celebrating their 25th anniversary this year with a tour. The band has already announced the first leg of the tour which will feature Danzig plus Glenn Danzig and Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein performing the music of the Misfits. The special guests on these U.S. dates are Corrosion of Conformity and The Agonist.

Danzig Celebrating 25th Anniversary With European Dates With Former Mistfits Bandmate

Glenn Danzig is celebrating 25 years since the arrival of his debut Danzig album this year, and European fans are getting something special as a result. “Don’t dare miss this landmark milestone event as Danzig hits the stage this special year and he’ll be bringing special guest and former Misfits bandmate Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein

CORROSION OF CONFORMITY Announce North American Fall Tour Presented By Scion A/V

For An Eye Reissue To Drop November 6 Via Candlelight Records Following a hearty summer of live takeovers throughout North America and Europe, today North Carolina crossover kings CORROSION OF CONFORMITY announce a string of Fall and Winter dates through November and December. Presented by Scion A/V, the tour will include support from a host

Metal Review – Cyco Miko – The Mad Mad Muir Musical Tour (2011)

To me, Suicidal Tendencies was always a mixed bag. Always unexpected and always fun, but not something that I can constantly listen to. When I say that Mike Muir was coming out with a solo album, I was very excited and this album has not disappointed with what I was expecting. Production-wise, The Mad Mad