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Dead Cross – Church of the motherfuckers (Planet B remix)

Dead Cross “Church of the Motherfuckers” Planet B remix from the recently released self-titled EP, available now Ipecac Recordings.

Planet B is the project from Dead Cross bassist  Justin Pearson and Luke Henshaw (Sonido de la Frontera). The duo’s music lays somewhere just out of reach of genre, with aesthetics rooted in hip hop, hardcore punk, turntablism and ’70s/’80s horror movie soundtracks, all of which influenced this remix.

“This is meant to be an extension to the original ‘Church of the Motherfuckers’ video,” explains Justin Pearson of the Israel Henshaw and Jay Strickland directed clip. “Perhaps an interpretation but a realistic view or organized religion in the real world, and in modern times, which is unfortunate. Are well free in this world? This is Jesus Christ, this is religion.”

Video directed by Israel Henshaw and Jay Strickland. Edited by Jay Strickland.
Starring Zoe Coffey and John Brady

Very proud moment for us at I think I better follow you around, to see our daughter Zoe kicking ass in this video.

Happy birthday Mike Patton

We want to wish a very happy birthday to Mike Patton, a man who we are certain is not from this world, because he is amazingly talented, awesome and kind.
Last summer, during Dead Cross first tour, we were lucky to see them perform 4 times and got the chance to meet him. During one of those shows, our little daughter Ofelia, “Dead Cross youngest fan”, got to dance and sing with them, she also played Dave Lombardo‘s drums, here is the video full of awesome people:

Dead Cross – Grave Slave

Dead Cross just announced the release date for their self titled debut album, August 4th via Ipecac Recordings and Three One G Records, pre-order here.
Dead Cross is formed by: Michael Crain, Dave Lombardo, Mike Patton and Justin Pearson.
They also shared the song “Grave Slave”, enjoy!

Planet B – Wrong Utopia

Planet B is the most interesting music project everybody should know about, formed by Justin Pearson (Head wound city, Retox, Dead Cross) , Gabe Serbian (The Locust) and Luke Henshaw (Penguin Studios), they did the soundtrack for Asia Argento‘s film ‘Incomprensa‘, which we highly recommend you to watch.
This is “Wrong Utopia“, from the limited 7” colored vinyl available on Three One G Records.

Mike Patton joins Dead Cross

These news are better than black coffee…

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From Ipecac Recordings
“Here’s some news to get your Monday morning going: Mike Patton joins Dead Cross, new album on Ipecac in 2017!
Dead Cross, the Southern California outfit featuring Dave Lombardo (ex-Slayer, Suicidal Tendencies, Misfits), Justin Pearson (The Locust, Retox, Head Wound City) and Michael Crain (Retox, Festival of Dead Deer), have added Mike Patton as the band’s singer.

Lombardo is the guest drummer on Late Night with Seth Meyers this week (Dec. 12 to 15).”

We had the chance to see Dead Cross play their first show last year, Dec. 1st. at Casbah San Diego, you can see photos from that show on our Facebook page.
We can’t wait to listen to the album and see them perform live again, now with Mike Patton, is going to be insane.

Doomsday Student – A self-help tragedy

This is Doomsday Student, their new album “A self-help tragedy”,  will be out on Dec. 2nd, via Three One G Records and SKiN GRAFT Records.
Their live performances are amazing, intense and loud, check them out if you get the chance.

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“A self-help tragedy” 
1. “The First Trip”
2. “LSD Mom”
3. “Angry Christmas”
4. “Wonderful”
5. “Fight and Flight”
6. “Yoko Ono’s Nightmare”
7. “The Kids Are Confused”
8. “Johnston Tar Pits”

“Angry Christmas”


“LSD MOM”

Tijuana Record Show

El próximo domingo 15 de Mayo,  estaremos presentes en el evento Tijuana Record Show, que se llevará a cabo en la galería del ICBC,  a partir de las 10:00 a.m., el evento es gratuito.

Next Sunday May 15, we will be at the event Tijuana Record Show, at the gallery of the ICBC, it starts at 10:00 a.m., NO COVER.

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Gracias a Justin Pearson, tendremos a la venta en exclusiva, Vinil, CD’s, Libros, DVD’s del sello discográfico de San Diego, CA, Three One G Records, de artistas como Retox,  Doomsday StudentHead Wound CityHot Nerds, Kill The Capulets, Warsawwasraw, Zeus, Some Girls, Holy Molar, Planet B, Unbroken, Rats Eyes, Etc. y el nuevo libro “Locust House” by Adam Gnade.

Thanks to Justin Pearson, we will have the exclusive sale of Vinyl, CD’s, Books, DVD’s from THREE ONE G Records artists like RetoxDoomsday StudentHead Wound CityHot Nerds, Kill The CapuletsWarsawwasraw, Zeus, Some GirlsHoly Molar, Planet B, Unbroken, Rats Eyes, Etc. and the new book “Locust House” by Adam Gnade.

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Además de otros discos de nuestra colección personal, de los que tenemos más de una copia, algunas t shirts, souvenirs, calcas, posters, etc.

In addition to other records from our personal collection, also a few t shirts, souvenirs, stickers, posters, etc.

Ahí los esperamos! / See you there!

Dead Cross – We’ll Sleep When They’re Dead

Dead Cross are Dave Lombardo, Justin Pearson, Gabe Serbian and Michael Crain.
Dead Cross emerged out of a series of unlikely happenstance, fallen-through plans, and last-minute musical experimentation. Schemed up in the LA recording studio of Ross Robinson, Michael Crain, Justin Pearson, and Dave Lombardo initially concocted the idea of a collaboration with only weeks to go before what would be their first shows. Shows which were essentially scheduled before the band’s full formation—before it was even named, and without a shred of material written.” – threeoneg.com

Here is “We’ll Sleep When They’re Dead”, first official track from their upcoming album, which is still being worked on by the band and Ross Robinson.

Head Wound City – Scraper

Watch Head Wound City‘s video for the song ‘Scraper’, first track from the new album “A New Wave of Violence”, out May 13 via VICE Records.
They will begin touring later this month, also in May supporting Savages, they are one the best live acts you won’t want to miss.

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