Legendary punk band, Slaughter And The Dogs recently released their new live album titled "Tokyo Dogs." It is the band's first live album in almost a decade and is the last to feature long-time Slaughter And The Dogs drummer Noel Kay. It was rdistributed on CD and special limited edition colored vinyl. The new live album contains 16-tracks, beginning with the high-powered energy of "I Got Your Number" and their cover of the New York Dolls' "Who Are The Mystery Girls." The set list features many Slaughter And The Dogs' classics like "Hell In New York," "We Don't Care" and "Boston Babies." They also perform two cover songs from one of their favorites bands, The Velvet Underground ("I'm Waiting For My Man" and "White Light White Heat"). They save their classics for the end as they get the crowd riled-up for the raw, punk fury of "Where Have All The Boot Boys Gone?" and "Cranked Up Really High." To find out more about Slaughter And The Dogs and their latest live album "Tokyo Dogs," please visit cleorecs.com.
American heavy metal band SOiL is celebrating the band's 20th
anniversary with a new 20-track "best of" release titled "SCREAM: The
Essentials." They begin with a brand new recording of the Spencer Davis
Band original "Gimmie Some Lovin" as SOiL add their own signature touches to the
song to make it fit among the other hard hitting anthems on this release.
The set also features the band's first single "Halo," which helped
establish SOiL as one of the premier underground hardcore rock acts in
America. The set also includes some special additions like an acoustic
version of "Can You Heal Me" and an alternate version of "Like It Is."
Fellow metal artist Wayne Static (Static-X) lends a hand on the
explosive "Give It Up" and the song "Shine On" showcases how the band
has grown over the last two decades. SOiL will be hitting the road in
another week with dates line-up all the way into February of 2018. For a
complete list of shows and to find out more about their new release
"SCREAM: The Essentials," please visit soiltheband.com.
From Los Angeles comes the debut album from the hard rock quartet Til
Death. Their new 4-song EP titled "Photographs" is already getting
recognition in New Noise Magazine and the band recently performed
alongside such acts as Stryper and Unearth. Their new release begins
with the simmering track "For The Wolves" as Til Death deliver the
perfect chemistry for mainstream success. They continue with the swift
pace and more melodic metal of "Ghost In Old Sin City," before
closing their new short release with the energetic crunching guitars
riffs of "Photographs." To find out more about Til Death and their
latest release "For The Wolves," please visit their Facebook page at facebook.com/Tildeathofficial.