Things are starting to heat up and I’m not just talking about the temperature. The rock and metal are in abundance this week and then Rufus classes things up as well. I hope there is something for you this week. For me, there is nothing I am running out and buying just yet, but a lot I want to hear before I decide on parting with my cash. My choices are highlighted in Blue. Let me know what interests you and what I might’ve missed as I do miss some every week.
Tokyo Motor Fist – Lions – (Frontiers Records): The band’s second album and a must have for fans of Danger Danger as Ted Poley is the singer and Trixter as Steve Brown is on guitar. The rhythm section is no slouch either with Greg Smith and Chuck Burgi. I feel I didn’t spend enough time with the last one but I want to make up with that on this one. Also, great album cover!!
Enuff Z’nuff – Brainwashed Generation – (Frontiers Records): Another 80’s band still going strong. For that, I am interested in hearing this one just to hear what they have to say so many years later.
Are things heating up for you? Well, the new releases are heating up! Okay, maybe they are lukewarm; however, there are a few worth checking out and mine will be in Blue. Let me what you are looking forward to hearing. There are live albums, Blues, Pop, Rock and electronica…something for everyone. If you like 90’s artists, there a several back this week that might be worth at least a stream or two. Have a great weekend!!
The Darkness – Live at Hammersmith – (Canary Dwarf Ltd): The 80’s Hair Metal throwback band are back with a live album and wasn’t that what we were waiting to hear! This might be first up on the stereo today for me. These guys would have been huge in the 80’s!! Turn it up because I Believe In a Thing Called “Live”…see what I did there!! Here is the original video as I didn’t see a live one for this release.
Mike Shinoda – Post Traumatic – (Warner Bros): The co-lead singer of Linkin Park is set for his first solo release and his first music since Chester Bennington’s passing. As a fan of Linkin Park this is a no-brainer. I am really interested to see where he takes it and how he responds to Chester’s death. It should be a great release.