We told you were getting into movies! And nothing legitimizes that factoid more than talking with one of the stars and co-writer of the flick we recently reviewed, Bury The Bride! You might already know Krsy Fox from Underworld: Evolution or from last year’s Allegoria (Also directed by Bury The Bride director/co-writer Spider One and available on Shudder right here right now!) or perhaps you’ve heard her fronting Knee High Fox (Check them out here if you haven’t) or on the most recent Theory Of A Deadman called Dinosaur where she co-wrote a handful of tracks. Whatever the case may be, there’s no denying you’ll definitely know her after her enthralling performance as “Sadie” in Bury The Bride which has its’ East Coast Premiere on April 22nd at this year’s Salem Horror Fest before making its’ small screen debut on Tubi.[Read more…]
RNRF X Salem Horror Fest: “Official Selection”, Bury The Bride
We’re breaking into the movies, kids! Sort of. While in our genesis, we dabbled in lots of different kinds of reviews to find our footing and, if memory serves, there is at least one posted movie review in our archives somewhere. That said, it takes a special kind of event for us to branch out again into movies and as a “Masshole 4 Life”, it doesn’t get more special than the Salem Horror Fest with whom we’ve teamed up with to bring a few previews/reviews of flicks headed to their 2023 event which lasts over two weekends beginning with a special kick off event on Thursday, April 20th.[Read more…]
Powerman 5000 Return To Rawk With New Wave
I have no fucks to give when it comes to my love for Powerman 5000.
Powerman 5000 has been on a creative roll since Anyone For Doomsday? was shelved back in 2001, like a band burdened constantly with something to prove, and continue to astound with their latest slab of spaced out rawk, New Wave. [Read more…]
Powerman 5000 successfully crowdfunds new album, releases new single!
It’s funny how there was once this middle ground between the Cummings boys of Haverhill, MA when White Zombie was achieving mainstream appeal and Powerman 5000 was just starting out and now, the respective bands have almost entirely traded sounds with each other. While Rob Zombie has embraced more of a rock sound since going solo (But without the funk/groove aspects that were found in early PM5K recordings), Spider One has evolved into a futuristic cyber rocker making music that would’ve been the next step after Astro Creep 2000.
But I digress. Too much.
Powerman 5000 is back with Builders of the Future (due on May 27th) and their latest single from the upcoming album, “Invade, Destroy, Repeat”, is a rollicking slab of electro-metal that’ll have fans banging their heads and singing along instantly.
You can pre-order your copy of Builders of the Future now over on Amazon, Itunes or at their Pledgemusic page.
To hear “Invade, Destroy, Repeat” now head on over to Loudwire.com for an exclusive stream.