"Kimono have been arguably Reykjavík’s consistently best band for over thirteen years now. Many fads have come and gone over this period, but Kimono have endured, doing their own thing through out and raising eyebrows and neck hairs the whole time. Therefore I was not surprised to walk into a…" Continue reading HERE.
Anyway, back to business. My good friend and metal fiend for life, Stefán Rafn or Stebbi Sveinbjörns as we like to call me, recorded the video you just watched during Sólstafir's performance at this year's Mayhemisphere off-venue program. Watch video HERE.
My Eistnaflug blues has now been carefully cemented. I lament not being there and I cry randomly every day wishing I was there to behold what all these great people pull off every year. This is the first time I’m not there even though I technically could. And it is gutting. Most of my friends are there, tons of beautiful strangers and great music is in abundance. This is the best music festival on earth. The footage from the special “children’s edition” show (last night) gives me goosebumps.
My dear friend Ægir shot this.
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Hey! Check out this interview that Graham did with Halifax Collect where he talks about our music videos, the secret story behind John’s “guitbass” and women in Detroit who eat cat hair. Scandalous!
“If riffs, driving beats, rock ‘n’ fights and questionable rendezvous at seedy dive bars is your thing, you and Teethmarks will quickly develop that Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man type of chemistry You know, where they actually get over themselves and start working together and nothing can stop them.”
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[ALBUM REVIEW / MUSIC VIDEO] Read this review of Fish Karma and the Love Generation's latest and peep the lively music video. Lethal Fairy Tales is out on Alternative Tentacles Records and the vinyl single for “American” is available from Sapient Records.
"…I think that the music is actually a secondary consideration on this album. This is very much a lyric-focused work and, in my opinion, the music mostly serves as a means of delivering the lyrics, which include some lame America-bashing, fascistic infatuation (“I get gooseflesh when she goosesteps”…ha!), and I have no idea what “Heavy Metal Jowls” is about, but..” READ THE COMPLETE REVIEW AND ENJOY A MUSIC VIDEO HERE.
"As the title suggest, melancholy is core theme. But it comes with a twist. Somehow they manage to create an overwhelming feeling of wellbeing…" Continue reading and enjoy a music video HERE. - Halifax Collect