Tikiyaki 5-0 's debut EP is the Orchestra's surf garage band little brother. Stripped down and more raw, 5-0 turns up the volume a bit, and the reverb a whole lot , taking The Tikiyaki sound and breaking it down to a more back to basics approach. Tikiyaki 5-0, is the smaller, pared down version of Tikiyaki Orchestra featuring core members …..Jim Bacchi on guitar, Brian Kassan on Keys and guitar, Jonpaul Balak on Bass, and Pablo Baza on drums…
Mixing tradional 60's style surf with an exotica feel, the band kicks up the energy level on 5-0 original "Supernova" and the Zorba and the Greeks' cult classic "Shockwave" with tons of frenetic pounding surf beats and a hi level reverb assault…
“Popestar” is another solid outing for the band. Ghost is known for “replacing” their lead singer with a new persona for every new album. This EP is certainly a farewell to Papa Emeritus III, which feels fitting with how much this EP feels like a crisp summarization of what made Ghost a hit on the American scene in the past year with the personification of Papa Emeritus III at the helm. Their fearless tackle of pop music with their traditional doom metal sound is highlighted on “Popestar” It’s a wonderful counterbalance between the stingy headbanger crowd and the passive metalhead who dabbles in other genres. The EP title is a reference to the criticisms by some that they musically “sold out” by going for a more mainstream sound, but also a statement that they’re going to continue to push metal into new boundaries with their newfound fame.
Promotional 6-Track Sampler including 2 new tracks as well as 4 live cuts. Songs 1 & 2 taken from their upcoming album "Incoming Death".Songs 3, 4 & 5 recorded live at Brutal Assault Open Air 2015, Song 6 recorded live at Hammer of Doom Festival 2010.
The latest EP from the legendary Misfits debuts 4 new horror-punk anthems for the new millennium, each written by founding fiend Jerry Only (bass/vocals) himself! An homage to 80’s era slashers, classic Sci-fi and everything in between .
Polish death metal legends Vader are back in the scene with a new EP, ‘Iron Times’. This is a lead up to their forthcoming album ‘The Empire’, via Nuclear Blast, which we’ll be treated to at the end of September this year. On the new EP, there are 4 tracks, including 2 brand new songs as well as a cover of Motorhead’s “Overkill“.
Most bands who release EPs do it mostly to introduce their new sound to their fans. The EP is followed by a full-length if the responses are positive enough, so most of them seem incomplete. Paradigma is a big exception. Although it consists of merely five tracks and has a total running time of 29 minutes, there is a great sense of unity between all the songs. This is a true 'mini album'. There's a reason for it to feature only so many tracks; it doesn't seem like the band ran out of compositions to release this as a full CD. It's simply that this release doesn't really call for any extra songs.
Ace Frehely's 1987 solo debut for Megaforce, Frehely's Comet, was a moderate commercial success, just missing the Top 40 and gold certification. Ace wanted to let his fans know that he was back for good, so he launched a U.S. tour soon after the album's release – which included an opening stint for another glam rock king, Alice Cooper. Recorded at the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago on September 4, 1987, the five-song EP Live + 1 contains four live tracks and one studio leftover from the Frehley's Comet sessions, "Words Are Not Enough." The live material shows that the new band could easily create excitement on-stage, as evidenced by a pair of Kiss-era compositions…
Willie Nile is an American singer-songwriter. In 1980 Nile released his self-titled debut album which according to one critic remains “one of the most thrilling post-Byrds folk-rock albums of all time”. His early career was interrupted by various problems, but he eventually returned to recording and performing in the US and Europe, establishing himself as a respected singer-songwriter. Hard Times in America is the fourth studio album from American musician Willie Nile. An EP, it was released in 1992 by Polaris Records, Inc.
A spicy blend of jazz, surf tango, and pop with a touch of blood and a dash of cinnamon, feast your ears on Carina and The Six String Preacher’s signature “Jazz Noir” sound in their latest EP “Why You So Wild, Crocodile?” This long-awaited second EP features five original tracks, including YouTube singles “Cabin Fever” and “Forget About Me”.