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scarypoolparty Los Angeles ep, universe nothing, nowhere.

Scarypoolparty, the stage name of singer-songwriter Alejandro Aranda, has dropped an intimate new single, “Friends.” It’s impossible to predict what Scarypoolparty will do next in terms of style, but on this track, the musician shows off his gentle, yet powerful vocal ability and borderline unbelievable instrumental talent while exploring themes of nostalgia and giving an honest […]

The post Scarypoolparty explores relationship insecurities on “Friends”–listen appeared first on Alternative Press.

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Jello Biafra, Jello Biafra politics

“It should not take a bush league punk-rock musician to point this shit out,” announces the man born Eric Reed Boucher 62 years ago in Boulder, Colorado, toward the end of our three-hour conversation. And what “shit” would Jello Biafra be talking about? For a start, how about the Interstate Crosscheck program, voter fraud, the […]

The post Jello Biafra knows Americans have the same worries at the end of the day appeared first on Alternative Press.

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Ministry’s Industrial Strength Tour has been been rescheduled for a second time due to the COVID-19 pandemic, moving from summer 2020 to spring 2021 and now fall 2021, this time with Helmet joining Front Line Assembly as openers rather than KMFDM. See the new dates right here.

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The industrial legends will celebrate their 40th anniversary. Continue reading…

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Successful genre changes Genre-bending bands Multi-genre artists

All hail the genre-benders! Seriously, it’s one thing to be successful in a single genre, but to change things up and continue to excel? That’s the mark of a legend. Admittedly, most artists go through some form of sonic progression over the course of their careers. But how many can you name that distinctly embody […]

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Check these out. Continue reading…

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Cleopatra Records today digitally released two newly unearthed and previously unreleased mixes of Ministry’s classic 1985 single “Everyday (Is Halloween),” along with thepreviously unreleased song “Playground” and an unissued instrumental version of “I See Red.” Hear the whole thing right here.

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Industrial rockers Stabbing Westward have released a new Halloween-themed EP called Hallowed Hymns that features new covers of The Cure’s “Burn” — two versions, in fact — as well as Ministry’s “(Every Day Is) Halloween” and Echo & The Bunnymen’s “The Killing Moon.” Listen to the new EP right here.

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'Hallowed Hymns' for Halloween. Continue reading…

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  With only 14 days left until one of the most important elections in American history, Ministry’s Al Jourgensen is encouraging fans to “Git Up, Get Out ‘N Vote” by whatever means necessary ahead of […] For more, go to: TheRockpit.net (Source)