The Fright are back from the dead. Since their new album is self-titled, they seem to found their sound with this fourth release. While the first two were Samhain-influenced horrorpunk, the band showed with “Born To Be Dead” that they’d head into another direction. So people who expect The Fright to be a horrorpunk-record may be abit disappointed. But the album definitely rocks (literally)! What The Fright gives you here is dark'n'sleazy – a combination of glam- and gothrock mixed with their horror-roots. So get dressed in black, grab a bottle of whisky and join the midnight revolution…
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Robby Bloodshed has been called the future of Horrorpunk. Still young he has already released an ep and shared the stage with bands such as Sardonica, The Cryptkeeper Five and Blitzkid. But thats not all: Robby keeps himself busy working on a new album and even joined a second band that will not only bring out their debut in 2012 but also playing the legendary Ghouls Night Out X-Festival. This hard working guy has come a long way in the New Jersey punk scene since he started in 2009. Reason enough for us to ask Robby a few questions to see whats behind this monster-teen.
Wednesday, April 4, 2012
One date, one band, two albums! Yes, you read it right. On november 15th 2011 Vagora released two records: the full-length Nurture and the ep Our Summer is Everyones Fall. And I have to say: they rock! Okay, Vagora was kinda love at the second listen and I had to play their music twice before it hit me. But in the meantime they’re regular guests in my playlist and made me a fan. This band out of East Providence Rhode Island was founded in 2006 and already got loyal fans with their debut “Agoraphobic“ - not only in the U.S. but also a small base in Europe. The two newest cds should help Vagora to gain even more followers. Especially as they are not only a snap-shot, but show the development of the band. While “Nurture” kinda represents the past of the band, Our Summer… points to the direction in which Vagora is going.