With a driving, brash sound equally indebted to American indie, early Mod and mid-90s Brit-Pop, Two Harbors and their new LP The Natural Order Of Things (available May 11) are a bit of an anomaly in an era where studio effects and PR gimmicks are often substitutes for raw talent and passion.... read full story»
The hook-heavy rock band Buffalo Killers is streaming a new song from their upcoming record Heavy Reverie (available 5/13). The song is called “Dig On In” and can be heard on the Sun Pedal Recordings SoundCloud page.
“Dig On In is a fantastic tune, reminding of 60s/70s... read full story»
It’s Alive Records to reissue Plow United’s classic 1995 debut album Plow United alongside new four-song 7” Delco on July 10.
About Plow United
The time was nineteen-ninety-something. The place was Delaware or Pennsylvania or wherever you want it to have been. Three high school band nerds... read full story»
This fall the influential late ’90s indie rock trio American Football – Mike Kinsella (Cap’n Jazz, Owen, Owls), Steve Lamos, and Steve Holmes – will reunite for their first live shows since disbanding 15 years ago. The band will play September 28th at The Pygmalion Festival... read full story»
Jamestown Revival are excited to announce a run of headlining tour dates beginning in May. The band will be playing in major markets including Los Angeles (May 29 @ The Troubadour), San Francisco (June 01 @ Great American Music Hall), and New York City (June 24 @ Highline Ballroom). The band will... read full story»
Indie rock stalwarts Camper Van Beethoven are back with El Camino Real, the companion studio album and follow up to their highly lauded La Costa Perdida. Whereas La Costa reflected the northern California “back to the country” side of the band with lush and trippy references to Jack Kerouac,... read full story»
The debut release from band featuring members of As I Lay Dying and Oh, Sleeper set for release in late summer 2014!
WOVENWAR, featuring the talents of JORDAN MANCINO (drums), NICK HIPA (guitar), PHIL SGROSSO (guitar) and JOSH GILBERT (bass/vocals) of San Diego, California based metal act As I Lay... read full story»
This weekend, Boston’s own punk legends, La Peste re-issued their long lost classic, Better Off Dead. The 7″ was released for Record Store Day and you still can grab a copy via Wharf Cat Records HERE. The A-Side’s needling intro bridges post punk and surf rock before... read full story»
Interview with singer/songwriter Spencer Sutherland
HHM: Can you tell us a little bit about your first exposure to music growing up?
Spencer: First of all thank you so much for the early support! My parents really were the first to introduce me to music. When I was growing up they played all... read full story»
Hellhound Music interviews Andrew Neufeld (Vocals) COMEBACK KID
HHM: You just released a new video for Should Know Better. Do you guys really get into doing videos or feel like it’s something you have to do?
Andrew: It is usually fun! Sometimes you get self-conscious going crazy and... read full story»
HHM: First off, who is this Matilda that you speak of and why do you dislike her so much?
Dusty: Matilda is the Canadian military codename for the genetically-engineered virus that causes zombieism. A little known fact about our band is that we’ve been specially trained to deal with the... read full story»
On a cold, rainy Thursday night in Atlanta, I went backstage at Smith’s Olde Bar with three fourths of Atlanta’s own, Kickin Valentina, a new and exciting band that has been gaining popularity around the world. Having already shared the stage with well-known acts Eve to Adam, Pop Evil, and... read full story»
Interview with Michael Del Pizzo
By: Gary Flinn
My first exposure to Sunflower Dead came last April at the Masquerade in Atlanta when they were touring with Hellyeah and All That Remains. At that point I had never heard of the band and had no idea what was about to happen. ... read full story»
Alternative and Indie lovers can take a listen to an underground band from Vancouver, Canada: The Written Years.
“Affection, belonging, loss and nostalgia: four themes that encompass the lyrically driven music of The Written Years,” said The Written Years press kit.
People who enjoy... read full story»
Photo by Zayra Alvarez
Interview with Drummer Chris Phillips from IAMDYNAMITE on December 17th, The Fillmore. Detroit, Michigan.
HHM: Chris, I wasn’t really prepared to interview. I’m really glad I got a chance to see you play.
So… hometown crowd, you’re from around here.
CP:... read full story»
While The Black Keys aren’t so hot right now, it’s time for another fun rockin’ blues version coming out from San Francisco, Calif. to make things all better: Fritz Montana.
While the rock industry is changing, Fritz Montana is proving people that the fun ol’ blues still... read full story»
More Metro Music interview with producer duo VONAIRS
More Metro Music: Thanks for taking the time to do this interview Vonairs. Tell us a bit about yourself,
your name, age, where you’re from and an interesting fact if you like…
We’re two swedish guys, Petter and Elias, in our... read full story»
photo credit: Jason Maguire
Andi sat down with Bec Hollcraft of Stars In Stereo on the bus after their set at Pierce’s in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Stars In Stereo is on tour with Halestorm and Redlight King.
HHM: Have you felt that it has been harder for you as a woman in this genre?... read full story»