Halloween is right around the corner, and so is the new Ice Nine Kills album, Silver Scream: The Final Cut. To continue building hype for the upcoming release, the “horror-core” outfit from Boston has released a video for their latest track, Your Number’s Up.
You can love him or you can hate him, but Marilyn Manson is still making music after all of these years. And now, the king of modern-day shock rock is tapping his inner Johnny Cash with a video for his most recent cover. This time, he’s taking on the ever-popular folk song, God’s Gonna Cut You Down.
One of (if not the) godfather(s) of shock rock, Alice Cooper, is almost 72 for those keeping score. But, age is just a number for the iconic artist, and he’s gearing up for a spring 2020 tour with special guest Lita Ford that will make a stop right here in the Hawkeye State.
With the upcoming release of their Breathe EP on the horizon, Des Moines’ own Display Case has just released their latest single, Nothing Personal. And, after our recent interview with Jordan Essy (vocals) and Joey Heirigs (drums), it’s safe to say the band has delivered on its promise for big guitars, thunderous drums, and in your face yet melodic vocals.
One of YouTube’s greatest offerings, Ten Second Songs, is well-known for his unique method of covering other artists’ songs in multiple different artists’ styles. His latest track is one that hits home for us here in the 515, as he’s taking on the almighty Slipknot and their All Hope Is Gone hit, Psychosocial.
Bad Wolves are in full hype mode for their upcoming sophomore album, N.A.T.I.O.N. – due out next Friday, October 25th. The band’s new single – the fourth so far off of the new album – is called, “Crying Game“, and was released this past Thursday in the form of an “official audio” video on YouTube.
For the past decade, Des Moines punk rock outfit Display Case has honed its craft to become one of Iowa’s most energetic live acts. And with the band’s upcoming ‘Breathe‘ EP release and 10th-anniversary show at Wooly’s right around the corner, now is the perfect time to get yourself acquainted with the group if you aren’t already.
Ever heard of YouTuber Jared Dines? If not, don’t feel bad, because neither had I until tonight. Apparently, he’s pretty popular, though – the guy has over 2.5 million subscribers on the ‘Tube, and he’s also the guitarist for a band I’m just discovering, called Daddy Rock. Their new video for the track The River Song just dropped yesterday, and I’m diggin’ it, so I figured I’d share it with you all.
In a world where most 19-year-olds are too busy on social media or riding out their last lazy years as a teenager on a couch in their parents’ basement lives a young man by the name of Christian Boles.
The Scumdogs are headed back to Des Moines, ladies and gentlemen! And, if you’ve never experienced a GWAR show before, this is your chance to knock this one off of your bucket list – ON US!