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The return of the Scumdogs

It’s taken some time, but we’ve finally managed to track down Blóthar, Gwar’s newest singer and nominal leader of the Scumdogs. A weighty position, one that carries a certain amount...
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Slight return

They’ve been coming up to the members of the Smalls after every gig for the past three months. Sometimes bassist Corb Lund or singer Mike Caldwell will recognize them as a hardcore fan of the b...
Ask them about New Year's Eve

Masters of melancholy

It took a tipsy fall through a friend’s window on New Year’s Eve to prompt F & M back into the music wars. The Edmonton-based chamber-folk trio might seem like the last people to enga...
All friends in Arch Enemy // Patrick Ullaeus

Arch Enemy rebuilds

Wouldn’t it be nice if all death-metal bands could have amicable lineup changes the way that Sweden’s Arch Enemy does? It’s not every lead singer, after all, who not only hangs up t...
Gary Numan, no longer safest in his car

Moog no more

A couple of years back, while preparing for his family’s move from Sussex, England to Los Angeles, Gary Numan made an interesting discovery. Clearing out the attic of his garage in preparation ...
A bunch of sleepy vampires, right here

Late in the game

Not too long back the Supersuckers were opening for a version of Thin Lizzy assembled around original drummer Brian Downey and guitarist Scott Gorham. Happy to be on the same bill as such an influent...
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The game has changed for Mad Caddies

Chuck Robertson has constructed a good life for himself out in Southern California. The singer-guitarist for Solvang, California’s Mad Caddies has a modest house with a nice view on his family&...