On April 27th, All That Remains from Springfield (Massachusetts) will release their 8th full-length album. Originally starting off as a melodic death metal-influenced metalcore project formed by frontman Philipe Labonte, they have shifted towards a more "radio-friendly" melodic hard rock sound over the last couple of years.
Two roads, four destinations. Four peoplebound by the common thread of a deeply personal losstake to the road at a pivotal moment in their lives…
This was a limited edition repress of Aerosol's debut mini-album 'All That Is Solid Melts Into Air' and the final release in n5MD special repress series in partnership with Oakland's Carrot and Stick press. Originally release via the Unlabel imprint back in 2006 this newly remastered and repackaged version featured 4 bonus tracks 3 of which are previously unreleased. A special treat for fans of the Limp collective of artists.
Although the late '90s apparently saw the end of Gary Glitter's career, following his conviction for sexual offenses, there is no doubting that for a full 25 years before that tragic denouement, Glitter ranked among Britain's best-loved performers of all time. The hits which catapulted him to fame in the early '70s, the anthemic "Rock and Roll" of course, but also the likes of "I'm the Leader of the Gang," "Do You Wanna Touch Me," and "I Love You Love Me Love," still have the capacity to stir an audience – as "Rock and Roll" itself proves, every time it airs at a major sporting event in the U.S.
Kottke's sixth official album is a dazzling array of pieces, some wistfully romantic ("Mona Ray"), others savagely witty ("When Shrimps Learn to Whistle"), and still others downright folksy ("Bill Cheatham"), with accompaniments of varying shapes and types, from dobro to synthesizer and piano.