In 2017, Justine And The Unclean delivered an absolute belter of a debut LP. After a couple of punky tracks were offered as digital downloads, the album itself proved far more varied with Covault and co showing they were just as adept at power pop and other retro rock styles.
Recently, Essex based pop sensations The 1957 Tail-Fin Fiasco unveiled a new video for ’59 Grams’ as a precursor to their next album release.
They’ve now also made the audio track available as a free download.
For the uninitiated, Hostile are a groove metal band from the West Midlands. Their work values a heavy riff in the tradition of Pantera and Lamb of God and their first two albums were produced by the legendary KK Downing. So far, they’ve shared stages with Megadeth, Soulfly and Machine Head and their career is going from strength to strength.
Just over a year ago, Watts announced they were ‘All Done With Rock n’ Roll’. Despite some hefty rumours claiming there would be no more Watts studio recordings for a while, they’ve returned in double-quick time.
In 2014, cult garage rock band Greasy Hearts released some of their best material on a split release with fuzz rockers Sun Voyager. A short while later, they announced they’d be taking a break. Vocalist Peter Wilderotter resurfaced in Mammoth Spirit, an experimental rock band, a year or so later. After that, everything went very quiet in the Greasy Hearts camp. It actually seemed like the band had permanently called time on their short career.
Four years on from the ‘Greasy Voyage’ split and Greasy Hearts are back! Their two track digital/7″ release ‘Man Could Get Lucky’ is both a welcome return and a surprise.