Even after leaving The Misfits, Doyle Frankenstein knew that he still would have music as a part of his life. The punk legend went on to form Kryst The Conqueror before his recent formation of the metal band Gorgeous Frankenstein. Doyle’s newfound metal home is steadily building a cult following of metalheads and punk fans alike. Although it is definitely a change of pace to go from punk to metal, for Doyle it isn’t really all that big of a challenge, as he is
Yes, we can figure out how to ride a bike with no handlebars.
But can you start a band that not only puts rock, rap, and politics together without making critics use the Rage word and puts rap that isn’t typical “white boy” brand corny in the mix? Not only that, but could you pull it off with a roster number that rivals a ska band, yet sounds like the descendant of The
If you listened to WKNH from 2003 to 2005 and heard the intro riff of “Chameleon”, then you probably were listening to my show: The Alternative Pollution. Herbie Hancock’s funky tune was my intro every week as I played new alt-rock for the next few hours. At a staggering 15 minutes for the song, I usually played the first two riffs and read news. Last Wednesday, Herbie played the entire 15 minutes in front a good sized crowd at Hampton Beach.
J Frazzetta August 19th, 2008 | Album Review
I always knew the Internet would be good for something one of these days. Taking the advice of Rolling Stone, I paid www.Kingsofleon.com a visit –official site of Kings of Leon- and listened to their new single “Crawl”. Holy fuzz, Batman! This song has a great opening riff and when the vocals start up, strap yourself in. Those dapper boys from the South are really branching out musically and lyrically. I also checked out another track, “Sex on Fire”, which
You could ask me how this show was, or you could ask: Gwyneth Paltrow, Blythe Danner, Kate Bosworth, Jerry and Jessica Seinfeld, Tom Brady, even Gisele Bundchen. You’ll probably get the same answer: awesome.
We hit up the Garden for our first encounter with Chris Martin and company. The end stage set in place, a black veil was hanging in front of the stage while “Life in Technicolor” started playing. Swiftly moving to “Violet Hill”, the