Can’t believe it’s already been a month, August has been a crazy one with loads going on musically for me and here’s a flavour of it.
Let’s start with the brand new stuff I’ve got new tracks from Coastal Fire Dept, HOWL and Dan Ashplant with other tracks from closer to home from Hollie Thorne (FKA Hollie Lucia) and Track Not Found.
Aside from that I’m celebrating the 30th anniversary of Metallica’s Black Album, marking the passing of Joey Jordison with something from Murderdolls and, following the return to wrestling of CM Punk, I had to include Living Colour’s Cult Of Personality along a couple of other tracks that struck me during the month from Rob Zombie and Iron Maiden (it’s all pretty metal this month apparently).
You can find the playlist embedded below or click here to find it on Spotify now.
- Living Colour – Cult Of Personality (from Vivid)
- Coastal Fire Dept – Loner (single and as heard at L’Islet Records Let’s Get Heavy event)
- Hollie Thorne – Bunny Bunny (single and as heard at the Sacred Works and NexT Events Night of Guernsey Songwriters)
- Murderdolls – People Hate Me (from Beyond The Valley Of The Murderdolls)
- Metallica – Wherever I May Roam (from Metallica aka The Black Album)
- HOWL – Beneath The Surface (single)
- Dan Ashplant – Get Under My Skin (from No Nonsense)
- Track Not Found – Everyone Hates Track Not Found (single and as heard at the Rocquaine Regatta)
- Rob Zombie – Werewolf Women Of The SS (from Hellbilly Deluxe 2)
- Iron Maiden – Hallowed Be Thy Name (live) (from Flight 666)
And for my bonus video this month I could only really go one way, following the death of Rolling Stones’ legendary drummer Charlie Watts last week, the man who held the beat of British rock ‘n’ roll for pretty much its entire existence, he may not have been the man out front but without him the Stones wouldn’t have been what they were, I’ve chosen a personal favourite Sympathy For The Devil…