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Sonic Cathedral’s female-fronted roundup for September


SonC logoHey, sorry I’m late with our digest of last month’s album reviews by Sonic Cathedral, the best website and Facebook page devoted to rock and metal bands with female singers. We’re always extremely grateful to SC for sharing their reviews with us because we don’t feature a great number of FF bands.

I’ve been preoccupied with a few things during the last couple of months. First there was a zombie breakout in my part of Zululand and we had to stop the moshing dead with appropriate weapons. Drone metal disintegrated them. Then the Arcturans landed with hostile intent, and we repelled them with space metal. Then I woke up.

Enjoy SC’s September selections. They featured some super albums. I’d go so far as to say “awesome” if I knew what it meant. Check out SC for the full reviews and plenty of other great information about the FF music scene.

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Album Review: Puscifer – All Re-Mixed Up


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“It’s extremely liberating in the digital age to approach composing and creating in this manner. 

Infinite paths to explore, reinterpret and re-present.” 

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Release Date: August 27, 2013 on Puscifer Entertainment

Tracks: 12

Length: 60 minutes

Genre:  Alternative, industrial rock, experimental, electronic

Previous releases:

Don’t Shoot The Messenger EP, 2009

“V” is for Vagina, 2007

“C “ is For (Please Insert Sophomoric Genitalia Reference Here) EP, 2009

Conditions of My Parole, 2011

Donkey Punch The Night EP, 2013 and three remix albums

Recommended for fans of:  Nine Inch Nails, Tool, A Perfect Circle, electronic music

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Song of the day – 2 Dec 2010


I think Rammstein has made the song of the day at least once, possibly a couple of times.  My iTouch must like Rammstein so today is another installment from the German 6-piece.  It’s probably just a coincidence that I just spent five days in Germany too.  Today’s song of the day is”

Mehr by Rammstein from the album Liebe Ist Fur Alle Da

The translation for Mehr is More.  It’s a song about wanting more that what I need and wanting what you have too.  I got this info from a homemade video translation on Youtube.  If you have time, I recommend watching any video Rammstein has made.  They are truly visually stimulating and worth seeing.  Have a great day!  See you on Saturday for the album of the week.  This time  I will pick something that was released in 2010.