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Couch Slut from NYC are really interesting in that they provoke but don't always define, reflecting the listener. Eschewing preachy interviews and letting the art be interpreted by the projections of the viewer more often than not is novel these days. The controversy over the context of their Handshake Inc. My Life As A Woman almost Raymond Pettibon-esque cover art faded a bit when people realized the band were a co-ed bunch of noise/metal/post-punk ragers with sophisticated aesthetics, but people should notice more how killer the music is. Shows with Insect Ark, Melt Banana and Pyrrhon have helped, as will a June NYC Vitus Northside Fest appearance sure to kick ass! Key track: the psycho, jazz, dirge headfuck of "Carpet Farmer". pic by Justina Villanueva
Dio: Live In London – Hammersmith Apollo 1993 direct to consumer store live
Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Thursday, March 20, 2014 at 10:15 AM (PST)
The direct-to-consumer store for Dio: Live In London – Hammersmith Apollo 1993 is now live HERE. The DVD, SD Blu-ray, and 2CD (out on May 13 via Eagle Rock Entertainment) is the first ever video release of this classic 1993 concert, and features fan favorites like “Holy Diver,” “Rainbow In The Dark,” “Strange Highways, and Heaven And Hell.” The D2C store offers not only these versions, but deluxe bundles of each format with an exclusive t-shirt and bandanna!
Of course, Dio is the greatest ever and this footage just adds to his legacy. Strange Highways was a killer album.
For a sneak peak at what’s to come, check out a high octane video of classic Sabbath track “Mob Rules” HERE.
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