Steve Von Till generously took time to speak to Scene Point Blank about the newest Harvestman release, Music for Megaliths. The unintentional dawn of Harvestman ... read more
Blag Dahlia is the singer for legendary punk band the Dwarves and co-hosts the podcast We Got Issues. Since forming in the mid-1980s the band ... read more
Reaching out from Stockholm, Sweden, guitarist/vocalist Johannes Persson of Cult of Luna generously took some time to talk about Cult of Luna, and their newest ... read more
Body Count’s lead guitarist and founding member Ernie C might be one of the funniest, most intriguing musicians in the metal world. He was nice ... read more
Scene Point Blank is please to share Demo, the 2016 debut from Mind Force. The 4-song 7” showcases a crossover influence that pulls form the likes of Leeway, Cro-mags, Icemen, and Nuclear Assault.
The band will release their follow-up 7”, The Future Of, on July 10 via Tripmachine. Pre-orders are available beginning on June 16.
Mind Force hails from the Hudson Valley and mixes thrashy high energy tempos with NYHC groove. Their 2016 demo was originally released as a cassette on Glacial Records and soon followed by a Euro press on Straight and Alert Records before being pressed on vinyl by Coin Toss Records.
Listen to demo below:
We're back with a new episode of the SPB podcast! As always, you can find us on iTunes and other good podcast apps (unsurprisingly, we're called "Scene Point Blank" over there, too). On this month's episode we have music from Radioactivity, Infinity Girl and Dead in the Dirt. You can give it a listen below:
Posted June 27, 2017, 10:07 p.m.
Specialist Subject Records will release a new 7" in July from Dublin's Pillow Queens. Titled Calm Girls, the debut EP from the all girl, queer indie rock group was self-released late last year and is seeing a rerelease on Specialist Subject.
The group will be touring the UK in July as well.
Posted June 27, 2017, 8:19 a.m.
The track listing for Sterilize has been released (below), the first new album in five years from the 29-year's running Unsane.
Sterilize is their 8th album, and officially released on Sept. 29 on Southern Lord. The band will be touring the US beforehand.
Back in 2015, bassist/vocalist Dave Curran answered a 1QI with us.
Posted June 26, 2017, 10:04 p.m.
The Perceptionists (Mr. Lif and Akrobatik) will return after a 12-year hiatus with the new album, Resolution. The duo will release their new album on July 28 via Mello Music Group.
Posted June 26, 2017, 9:19 p.m.
AJJ will celebrate the 10th anniversary of their second album, People Who Can Eat People Are The Luckiest People On Earth, with a summer your that includes the band's original lineup of Sean Bonnette on acoustic guitar and Ben Gallaty on stand-up bass. The band was previously named Andrew Jackson Jihad when the album was released.
SPB caught up with the band last year.
Posted June 25, 2017, 10:32 p.m.
Jenks Miller (Horseback) and Neill Jameson (Krieg) have combined on a new project called Poison Blood. Formed under with the goal to produce more "straightforward" and aggressive music, the duo will release a self-titled EP on Relapse Records on Aug. 11.
A track listing is included below.
Posted June 25, 2017, 10:16 p.m.
Following the release earlier this year of Chill, Dummy, P.O.S. will embark on a US tour this fall, starting in September. He'll be joined by Blackie on the tour.
Posted June 25, 2017, 9:13 p.m.
On Friday June 23, Lydia Lunch and Cypress Grove released a new 11-song covers album with a wide range of artists that range from Jon Bon Jovi to Aaron Lee Tasjan, and The Doors.
Check out their version of "Blaze of Glory," which originally appeared on the Jon Bon Jovi-led soundtrack to Young Guns II.
Posted June 22, 2017, 8:25 a.m.
Neurosis will bring their live show to South America for the first time this December, as the band has announced tour dates in the continent for the first time in their 30 year history. Specifically, the band will play dates in Brazil, Argentina, and Chile.
The band also has upcoming dates scheduled in Europe and the USA, listed below.
Remember that movie from the 80's where that little rocker kid got sucked into the video game and found himself on that desert planet, where he had to throw jewels into a volcano while battling flying lions that had lasers shooting out of their eyes?No?That's probably because that movie was never made. But if it had been, Arcadea would be the soundtrack.Arcadea is the brainchild of Mastodon drummer Brann Dailor and guitarist/keyboardist Core Atoms. Adding to the mix Raheem Amlani, ...
Ah, Rammstein. Härte. Neue deutsche. Grinding metal guitars, brute masculinity, pyromania, double entendres, operatic sub-sonic vocals, wordplays galore and taboo subjects. In a live context, they burn – literally, being ...
Do Make Say Think have left their stamp on the post-rock scene, starting from their debut, self-titled album, released in 1998, to the excellent Other Truths in 2009. It was with Other Truths that ...
How do you keep the creative juices flowing that allow for composition or creation of any kind of artistic work, and where do you find the drive to continue to ...
Josh Graham has become something of a Renaissance man here in the past 10 years or so. As founder of Red Sparowes, and A Storm of Light, Graham has taken ...
Formless and endless. When dealing with drone music, these are two elements you need to take into consideration. With a deep understanding and experience of the genre and experimental music, ...
“If I am unable to transform you into a Naïve Sense fan, then I have not done my job.”So begins “Win a Trip to Vegas: Heavy Metal Bikini Contest/Men’s Support ...
GOLD is the brainchild of Thomas Sciarone, known from his work with occult doom act The Devil's Blood. Having released two very good albums so far, in Interbellum and No Image, they are ...
To get a label's attention in this age is hard. Especially trying to do so through the traditional email approach. But for Demen, that method worked, and the folks over ...
It’s only been four months since I was struggling to determine what Blessed was doing on their first EP. I have come back to that record often. After four months ...
Sydney Film Fest Various location June 7-18 2017 It was that time of year again: Every June for 12 days and nights Sydney hosts new films, inspiring and entertaining premieres, ... read more
Boy George Café del Mar Sydney, AU June 12, 2017 Despite the focus being on his recent stint as a judge on one of those castings shows down under, Boy ... read more
Fantastic Food and Drink and Naturally Good Shows ICC Exhibition Centre Sydney, AU June 4-5 Premium. Gourmet. Handcrafted. Delicious. Unique. Extraordinary. Fantastic – a few adjectives and superlatives that ... read more
Hot Brown Honey Opera House Sydney, AU June 9, 2017 Sass, empowerment and politics rooted in hip hop culture are the pillars that form the foundation of Hot Brown Honey – ... read more
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