Great gig at the Silver Dollar Room last nite, featuring Tee Pee recording artists Naam, ELKS and Toronto’s own Quest For Fire. It’s not every day that Toronto sees a heavy psych triple bill of this magnitude.
Oh, I loved reviewing this book, it was like a time machine back to a golden age, one that importantly still continues, as Motorhead are still as awesome as ever.
Here are ten reasons not to miss the HEAVY T.O. festival at Toronto’s Downview Park this weekend
Today’s Hellbound staff interview is with Waterloo ON’s Bill Adams
Today’s staff interview is with Thunder Bay’s Jason Wellwood
Back by popular demand, here are the Staff Playlists for March 2011!
Adam Wills recently shot the February 26th show by Motörhead, Clutch and Valient Thorr at the Kool Haus in Toronto Ontario. Here is a gallery of photos
Back by popular demand, here are the Staff Playlists for February 2011!
It might not have been the first-ever split, but in 1981, Motorhead teamed up with labelmates Girlschool for the St. Valentines Day Massacre EP. The former were the kings of fledgling NWOBHM label Bronze Records, having just put out Ace of Spades, while the latter was making waves as the first all-girl metal band after the release of their debut, Demolition. The early February release suited the album title perfectly, and the cover photo lives on in metal lore.
If the title, or Orgasmatron image on its cover, wasn’t enough, the foreword – in the words of Lemmy Kilmister himself – marks this coffin table eye-catcher a worthy piece of Motörhead paraphernalia. And it’s Petagno hand, after all, that gave the band’s viciously iconic mascot its unmistakable face.