Releases Worth Getting June 5, 2012

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The Headies: Meta-Pop
Waylon Jennings: Live From Austin Tx
Kreator: Phantom Antichrist
Fates Warning: Inside Out
The Gamits/Murderburgers

Breaking Bad: The Complete Fourth Season
Safe House
Yellow Submarine
Workaholics: Seasons 1 & 2
ECW Unreleased Volume 1
U.S. Marshals
National Lampoon’s Animal House
ESPN Films 30 for 30: Collector’s Edition (Films 1 – 30)
The Twilight Zone: The Complete Series
Brew Masters
High Plains Drifter


Releases Worth Getting May 22, 2012

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Big Eyes: Back From The Moon
Firewind: Few Against Many
Sonata Arctica: Stones Grow Her Name
Blind Guardian: Memories of a Time to Come
The Woman in Black
Lethal Weapon: The Complete Collection
The Strange Case of Alice Cooper
WWE: The Best of WCW Clash of the Champions
Safe House

REVIEW: Flat Tires: Freeborn

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Flat Tires is a breath of fresh air that feels very familiar. The band is something I imagine you get if you took Motorhead, George Thorogood, whiskey, threw in a little punk, country and Reverend Horton Heat and did your best to clone it as a singular band. This band just makes me want to drink whiskey and play air guitar, they’re the version of Motorhead for when you’ve listened to all your Motorhead records. This album is a must have for any rock n roll punk metal head. They’ve got eleven songs that completely shred, including two live ones, I’m not sure where they were recorded but I’m willing to bet it was a bar. I cannot recommend this enough for fans of Motorhead and Reverend Horton Heat.

1. GD Woman
2. Flu
3. Freeborn
4. Cry Baby
5. Two Of Three Things
6. Hypocrite
7. Don’t Shake Me Lucifer
8. Trailer Daze (Live)
9. On The Loose (Live)
10. Carolina Shitstomp
11. Rock & Roll Weekend

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Thur 21st June     Charlotte, NC      Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre
Sat 23rd June        Atlanta, GA         Aarons Amphitheatre
Tue 26th June       Boston, MA         Comcast Center
Wed 27th June     Wantagh, NY      Jones Beach
Fri 29th June        Philadelphia, PA Susquehanna Bank Center
Sat 30th June       Washington, DC   Jiffy Lube Live
Mon 2nd July       Newark, NJ         Prudential Center
Thur 5th July       Chicago, IL         First Midwest Bank
Sun 8th July         Quebec, QC         Colisee Pepsi Arena
Wed 11th July      Montreal, QC     Bell Center
Fri 13th July        Toronto, ON      Molson Amphitheatre
Sat 14th July       Sarnia, ON           Bayfest
Mon 16th July    Buffalo, NY         Darien Lake Performing Arts Center
Wed 18th July    Detroit, MI         DTE Music Theatre
Thur 19th July   Indianapolis, IN  Klipsch Music Centre
Tues 24th July   Winnipeg, MB    MTS Center
Thur 26th July   Calgary, AB       Scotiabank Saddledome
Fri 27th July     Edmonton, AB    Rexall Place
Sun 29th July    Vancouver, BC    Pacific Coliseum
Mon 30th July   Auburn, WA        White River Amphitheatre
Wed 1st August  Salt Lake City, UT     USANA Amphitheatre
Fri 3rd August    San Francisco, CA     Shoreline Amphitheatre
Mon 6th August     Phoenix, AZ Ashley     Furniture HomeStore Pavilion
Thur 9th August    Irvine, CA          Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre
Sun 12th August      Albuquerque. NM      Hard Rock Pavilion
Mon 13th August      Denver, CO         Comfort Dental Amphitheatre
Wed 15th August       San Antonio, TX         AT&T Center
Fri 17th August            Dallas, TX             Gexa Energy Pavilion
Sat 18th August              Houston, TX          The Woodlands

Releases Worth Getting January 24, 2012

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Godzilla (Criterion)
Stir Crazy
House on Sorority Row
Roger Corman’s Cult Classic’s Lethal Ladies Collection, Vol. 2
Morothread: World Is Ours 1 Everything Further Than Everyplace
Flash Point


Girlschool: Hit & Run: Revisited
Primal Fear: Unbreakable
Dion: Tank Full Of Blues

REVIEW: Rawhide: Branded For Life

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Patac Records brings us this ass kicking rock EP from Sweden’s Rawhide. This is the band’s first 7″, you can get the record, or if you prefer the digital version for whatever price you want. Whatever you choose I highly recommend you get your hands on this. The band has obvious influences of Motorhead, Turbonegro and Zeke. It’s hard fast rock n roll that edges real close to metal but has a lot of punk thrown in too. I imagine Lemmy drinking southern comfort and listening to something like this before he goes on stage to rip through his brand of rock n roll.

‘Out of Track’ You get about a minute and a half of an intro here, but I don’t mind because it’s a pretty great tone setting one with some sweet guitar work. Once the song kicks in it does exactly that, kicks you right in the gut with bold fast rock n fuckin roll. It’s almost a horror punk song, but I couldn’t box it in like that.
‘Branded For Life’ A very fucking heavy Motorhead like intro, past that though it’s very much like an in your face punk song.
‘Through My Eyes’ This might be the best written song on the EP, though that could be because this has the most lyrics of any song. Where the first two songs had some great punk-like repeating course making up most of the song, this is pure metal rock greatness.
‘Sanitarium Blues’ Closing out the EP is the best song; these guys really know how to put things together. This thing goes from great to better all the way through. This is probably the most Motorhead song of them all; I could see the band covering this song without missing a beat.

1. Out of Track
2. Branded For Life
3. Through My Eyes
4. Sanitarium Blues

REVIEW: She Rides: Buy The Ticket EP

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She Rides new EP; ‘Buy The Ticket’ is here by way of Rusty Knuckles you’ve got some dirty rock metal music here. Four songs that will keep you going for thirteen minutes. It’s the music you drink whiskey and have fun too. Metal riffs are a plenty in this EP but you’ve also got some vocals that are almost out of garage rock. This reminds me like a more down, dirty and in the mud version of ZZ Top on speed. You metal heads will be into this one, still with the rockers. If you like your music balls out and with plenty of riffs be sure to give this one a spin.

‘Buy The Ticket, Take The Ride’ Sweet sweet metal riffs are played through this one as it kicks you on the scene. You’ll be having fun the entire time you’re listening to this one or you may not have a pulse.
‘Party In The Piss Kitchen’ Even more metal than the previous song this is a fucking bucket of fun with razorblades. This is the shit you turn on at 4am when you’re still up and trying to party and all the losers have gone to sleep.
‘Oh Providence’ A little slower than the previous songs, the rock side of the band really shows here as the metal takes a back seat. Surprisingly that’s not a bad thing; I think I actually dig this song even more than the others.
‘Woah Dude!’ Sporting the best song title of the EP it’s also the longest song on here. Unfortunately it’s the worst song, but luckily that doesn’t mean it’s bad. Someone’s gotta be at the end of the list; this song happens to be but it’s still a great song. I wanna crank this one up and head down the road.

1. Buy The Ticket, Take The Ride
2. Party In The Piss Kitchen
3. Oh Providence
4. Woah Dude!

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