There has been much debated over the recent reboot of the Ghostbusters franchise, although honestly while recent reboots have generally left me with a feeling of meh (and the habit of trailers spoiling things lately, also kinda ruins it, thanks for showing Chris Hemsworth’s Keven as possessed), I truly am looking forward to Melissa McCarthy’s, Kristen Wiig’s, Kate McKinnon’s and Leslie Jones’ performances. For no matter how the film may end up, I know that these comedians will be funny and entertaining.
However, one thing which I believe can be agreed upon is the simple fact that the new cover of Ray Parker, Jr.’s classic (if heavily nostalgia biased) Ghostbusters theme by Fall Out Boy and Missy Elliott is just really dull and bad. It is not entertaining and just feels lifeless.
Have a listen:
Continue reading Ghostbusters Theme Song: Japan Does It Better Than Fall Out Boy
The first single release for Rob Zombie’s most recent and upcoming sixth studio album The Electric Warlock Acid Witch Satanic Orgy Celebration Dispenser, has been released. Titled “Well, Everybody’s Fucking in a U.F.O.”.
The album itself is scheduled to be released on April 29, 2016 and has been described by Zombie as:
“seriously our heaviest most fucked up musical monster to date.”
Continue reading Rob Zombie’s “Well, Everybody’s Fucking in a U.F.O.” – Review
Father Cesare Bonizzi, O.F.M. Cap. (Order of Friars Minor Capuchin) is a Italian friar who is also known as Frate Cesare and arguably better known to the wider English speaking world as Fratello Metallo (Italian: “Brother Metal”), which is also the name of his band.
Yep, this Capuchin friar is the lead singer of a heavy metal band that bears his nickname.
Continue reading Brother Metal’s “Misteri” – Album Review
Skills In Pills is the debut studio album by the band Lindemann, a European supergroup composed of German vocalist Till Lindemann (Rammstein) and Swedish multi-instrumentalist Peter Tägtgren (Hypocrisy and PAIN), it was released on 22nd June 2015 by Warner Music Group.
Continue reading Lindemann’s “Skills in Pills” – Album Review