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The Distillers at the Casbah

The Distillers played the world famous Casbah, San Diego, CA, on 4/25/18. Their kickoff show did not disappoint, they played through a loud and blistering 18 song set that left everyone in the sold out audience satisfied, the venue was packed, hot and full of excitement, many fans drove from L.A. to see the band’s first show in 14 years.

They only have 7 other dates announced so far:

04/27 – Santa Ana, CA @ The Observatory
04/28 – Phoenix, AZ @ Crescent Ballroom
04/28 – El Paso, TX @ Lowbrow Palace
05/01 – Austin, TX @ The Mohawk
05/02 – Dallas, TX @ The Curtain Club
05/04-6 – Atlanta, GA @ Shaky Knees Festival
5/4 – Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade

The band has not confirmed other performances as of yet. It was still a great welcome back to a stage for The Distillers. Here’s to hoping that they stay around for a little while more.

Words & pics by: Alfredo Tellez & Edith Morales

Dead Cross Europe tour

Dead Cross are going to tour Europe, they are going to melt faces, open ears and minds.

Here is a teaser video created by Chariot Of Black Moth

Europe: 2018

June 02 – Primavera Sound – Barcelona, Spain
June 03 – This Is Not A Love Song – Nimes, France
June 05 – Estragon Club – Bologna, Italy
June 06 – Alcatraz – Milan, Italy
June 07 – Greenfield – Interlaken, Switzerland
June 10 – Download Festival – Donington, UK
June 12 – Rockhal – Luxembourg, Luxembourg
June 13 – Backstage Werk – Munich, Germany
June 14 – Novarock Festival – Nickelsdorf, Austria
June 16 – Gloria Theatre – Cologne, Germany
June 17 – Download Paris – Paris, France
June 19 – Les Docks – Lausanne, Switzerland
June 20 – Westrock – Cognac, France
June 22 – Azkena Rock Festival – Vitoria, Spain
June 23 – Hellfest – Clisson, France
June 24 – Grasspop – Dessel, Belgium
June 26 – Effenaar – Eindhoven, Netherlands
June 27 – Markthalle – Hamburg, Germany
June 29 – Tuska Metal – Helsinki, Finland
July 03 – SO36 – Berlin, Germany
July 04 – Open’er – Gdynia, Poland
July 06 – Roskilde Festival – Roskilde, Denmark
July 08 – Eurokeenes – Belfort, France
July 10 – Melkweg – Amsterdam, Netherlands
July 12 – Dour – Dour, Belgium


Wolf Parade – Baby blue

This is “Baby blue”, taken from Wolf Parade‘s album ‘Cry, cry, cry’, out now via Sub Pop, one of the best albums from 2017 and we are certain it will keep making noise through 2018.
Wolf Parade are currently on tour, go see them on Tuesday January 23rd at the Observatory SD in San Diego, CA.

The Radio Dept. – Your true name

The Radio Dept. released a new song “Your true name” out now via Just so! recordings.
They are playing a live show on January 29th at El Rey Theater in Los Angeles, CA.

Any time now
They will force the door
Any time now
Any time
Just kick it right down
Pin us to the floor
Any time now
Any time

And they call you delusive
But I always knew your name
And they call you abusive
But I always knew your name

Past the frontline
Way beyond the gore
Biding time now
Biding time
Past expecting
We will reach that shore
Any time now
Any time

And they call you delusive
But I always knew your name
And they call you abusive
But I always knew your name
And they call you delusive
But I know you’ll never do me no harm
And they call you abusive
But I always knew your name

Death Eyes – Record release show

On Sunday July 30th, 2017 Death Eyes played a show at Whistle stop bar, for the release of their 7″ “Si La Revancha Fuera Una Opción”, available via Three One G.

death eyes 7

The show was fast, short and violent, just like their new EP. It was filled with incendiary outbursts of energy from Jason Blackmore (guitar) and maintaining the thunderous tempo were Jimmy Armbrust (bass) and John Cota (drums). In the center of this sonic turmoil keeping it together with his bilingual howl is Alberto Jurado who commands and demands that attention be placed on the stage.

Here is a video of the band performing one of our favorite songs from their EP, “Si La Revancha Fuera Una Opción”.

They will be playing at the after party for the Dead Cross show in San Diego, (at the Observatory in North Park), August 19 at Space Bar.
They are currently touring the West Coast, check them out!

deatheyes tour

Silent – Lies Co.

Watch Silent‘s new video for the song “Lies Co.”, off their debut album ‘A Century of Abuse‘, available via Three One G Records.
Video Directed by Eric Livingston.
Silent will be supporting Dead Cross on two of their tour dates in Arizona, don’t miss this!
If you ever have the chance, go see their amazing live performance.


The National – Guilty Party


This is The National latest single “Guilty Party”, from the new album ‘Sleep well beast‘, out September 8th via 4AD.
Don’t miss them on their tour stop in San Diego on October 12.

Zola Jesus – Exhumed

New music from the amazing Zola Jesus, “Exhumed” is taken from the new album ‘Okovi,’ out September 8 on Sacred Bones Records.
Do yourself a favor and go see her perform live at The Casbah on September 21st.

At The Drive-In are reuniting!! (Again)



So, At The Drive-In just announced that they’re reuniting (again), that there will be a tour in 2016 and the possibility of new music from the band too!

And all of this is supposed to get us fans all excited about the possibility of seeing them live, and in some cases again!

But here is where my concern lies. First and foremost, will the new music be any good?

I don not doubt for a second the ability of Omar Rodriguez-Lopez to write a great song and for Cedric Bixler-Zavala to deliver an electrifying performance both on record and live. However, their most recent album (Antemasque) left much to be desired. The new Omar Rodriguez-Lopez band album, with Cedric on vocals also felt it lack something. The last couple of The Mars Volta albums were somewhat underwhelming, mostly due to Jon Theodore not drumming for them anymore.

Now I know that this is a ATDI album, but this also means that expectations fore what an album from them should/could potentially/hopefully will sound like. By no means do I want or need a repeat of any of their previous albums but I am expecting a great album that lives up to their name.

Just please don’t make this reunion about a cash grab and have the live performances dull and repetitive. Please have them be powerful and exciting!

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