Marvel Releases Monster Magnet Cover “Powertrip”

It’s the first Friday in the month, it means a new Guilty Pleasure by Märvel. This time the band has Märvelized Monster Magnets classic hit “Power Trip.” The Swedish power-trio have filled the track with energy and kept original songs groove. Power Trip is perhaps best known for being a monster hit of the ’90s. Märvel, however, shows that the song is more than just a ’90s throwback, its a great piece of Rock N Roll.

The first Friday each month Märvel is releasing a new track from their upcoming album “Guilty Pleasure.” The song is preceded by a music quiz about the upcoming song on the band’s facebook page. The first of February the band releases their version of Monster Magnets hit “Power Trip.” Earlier the band have released Guilty Pleasures as Dire Straits – “Sultans of Swing,” REO Speedwagon – “Keep Pushin”‘ and Rick Derringer – “Rock & Roll, Hoochie Koo.” The album “Guilty Pleasure” is out 12th of April on The Sign Records.

You can check out the Monster Magnet cover here

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Puppy Premiere New Music Video “Bathe In Blood” – April UK Tour Announced

Puppy‘s new track “Bathe In Blood” has been debuted via the below music video for it. The group are about to unleash their new record “The Goat” on January 25th.

Puppy have also been booked for the below UK headlining run in April:

04/17 Southampton, UK – Joiners
04/18 Bristol, UK – The Exchange
04/19 Birmingham, UK – The Flapper
04/20 Manchester, UK – Star And Garter
04/21 Glasgow, UK – Garage Attic
04/22 Newcastle, UK – Think Tank
04/23 Nottingham, UK – Bodega Social Club
04/24 Leeds, UK – Brundenell Social Club
04/25 London, UK – Underworld

Starting this weekend you can catch the band out with Monster Magnet on the below European/UK tour:

01/12 Trondheim, NOR – Byscenen
01/13 Oslo, NOR – Parkteatret
01/14 Aarhus, DEN – Voxhall
01/16 Hamburg, GER – Grosse Freiheit
01/17 Berlin, GER – Huxley’s
01/18 Osnabruck, GER – Rosenhof
01/19 Zurich, SWI – Dynamo
01/21 Krefeld, GER – Kulturfabrik
01/22 Leipzig, GER – Conne Island
01/23 Hannover, GER – Capitol
01/24 Esch-sur-Alzette, LUX – Kulturfabrik
01/26 Kortrijk, BEL – De Kreun
01/27 Hasselt, BEL – Mod
01/28 Sint Niklaas, BEL – De Casino
01/29 London, UK – Electric Brixton
01/31 Karlsruhe, GER – Substage
02/01 Eindhoven, NET – Effenaar
02/02 Magny Le Hognre, FRA – File 7
02/03 Frankfurt, GER – Batschkapp
02/05 Dornbirn, AUT – Conrad Sohm
02/06 Budapest, HUN – Durer Kert
02/07 Zagreb, CRO – Culture Factory

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Monster Magnet release lyric video for “I’m God” ahead of tomorrow’s album release

Following the first two singles – title track “Mindfucker” and then “Ejection” – from their forthcoming 11th studio album, stoner rock legends Monster Magnet have released a lyric video for a third song, titled “I’m God”. Check out the video below.

“Mindfucker” will be released tomorrow, March 23, through Napalm Records.

Monster Magnet mastermind Dave Wyndorf said about the song:

Magnet aren’t religious guys at all, really, but we like to bring the hell-fire when we can. Plus it’s fun to sing ‘Im Godddddd! And I’m riding a river of flame!’ You should try it, too!

The band are heading out on an extensive European tour after three US East Coast dates later this month:

US Tour Dates:
3/29: Brooklyn, NY @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
3/30: Sayreville, NJ @ Starland Ballroom
3/31: Philadelphia, PA @ Decibel Beer Fest (The Fillmore)

European Tour Dates:
03.05.18 DE – Wiesbaden / Schlachthof
04.05.18 DE – Berlin / Desertfest Berlin
05.05.18 NL – Nijmeden / Doornroosje
06.05.18 UK – London / Desertfest London
08.05.18 DE – Cologne / Live Music Hall
09.05.18 DE – Saarbrucken / Garage
11.05.18 ES – Bilbao / Santana 27
12.05.18 ES – Madrid / Sala Riviera
14.05.18 CH – Pratteln / Z7
15.05.18 IT – Milan / Alcatraz Club
16.05.18 DE – Bochum / Zeche
18.05.18 DE – Nuremburg / Hirsch
19.05.18 NL – Groningen / Vera
21.05.18 DK – Copenhagen / Pumpehuset
22.05.18 SE – Stockholm / Debaser Strand
23.05.18 NO – Oslo / Blâ
24.05.18 SE – Malmö / Kulturbolaget (KB)
26.05.18 DE – Bremen / Schlachthof
28.05.18 BE – Leuven / Het Depot
29.05.18 BE – Ghent / Vooriut
31.05.18 UK – Manchester / Gorilla
01.06.18 UK – Glasgow / The Garage
02.06.18 UK – Belfast / Limelight
03.06.18 IR – Dublin / The Tivoli

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Monster Magnet Debut Video For Their Cover Of “Ejection”

Monster Magnet premiere a video for their take on the late Robert Calvert‘s (Hawkwind) song “Ejection“. Monster Magnet‘s new effort “Mindfucker” is scheduled for a March 23rd release via Napalm Records.

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Monster Magnet To Release New Album “Mindfucker” March 2018

Monster Magnet’s new album “Mindfucker” will arrive in stores on March 23rd via Napalm Records. Comments the band’s vocalist/guitarist Dave Wyndorf:

“‘Mindfucker‘ is a fuzzed out, headbangin’ celebration of hard rock and 21st century paranoia. Ten fuel injected, nitro burning tracks of fiery rock ‘n roll and garage psych madness, all done Monster Magnet style. It’s also an album that gets right to the point: the world is out of it’s fucking mind and I’m livin’ it….for better or worse.

It’s simple, really. In these crazy times I’ve been wanting to just drive my car at 100 miles per hour and howl, you know what I mean? So I wrote songs I can do that with. And with lyrics that don’t deny the times we’re living in. Feels good, feels right. Rock is alive, baby!”

01 – “Rocket Freak”
02 – “Soul”
03 – “Mindfucker”
04 – “I’m God”
05 – “Drowning”
06 – “Ejection”
07 – “Want Some”
08 – “Brainwashed”
09 – “All Day Midnight”
10 – “When The Hammer Comes Down“

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Elephant Bell Posts “Demon Seducer” Video

Finnish stoner rock crew Elephant Bell just released a new video clip for the song “Demon Seducer,” which can be seen below.

Elephant Bell’s new album “Gates of Dawn” sees official release today, April 28th, via Argonauta Records. The label comments: “It features killer sonorities where you can hear echoes of Alice in Chains, Soundgarden and Monster Magnet, for a final result of massive stoner grunge rock!”

1. So Pure
2. Demon Seducer
3. The Sun Is Going Down
4. Come To See the Show
5. Escape
6. Dreamwheel
7. Bug In the Soup
8. The Sweet Babylon
9. Mojo Filter
10. Straight to Hell
11. The Last Scene

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Pink Floyd Tribute Album Coming Via Magnetic Eye Records

New York independent music label Magnetic Eye Records has announced plans to release Pink Floyd tribute album, “The Wall [Redux],” this spring. Featuring a veritable who’s who of underground heavy music, the ambitious 26 track album is a part of the label’s Redux series, which focuses on iconic albums and invites bands to re-imagine and cover its songs from end to end.

The project is fan-funded and will only see the light of day if it makes its pledged Kickstarter goal by March 5th. For full details or to back the project, visit this location. Cover art and layout will be handled by Minneapolis artist David Paul Seymour (Opeth, Graveyard, The Sword). Artists confirmed to appear on “The Wall [Redux]” include:

– Domkraft
– Ironweed
– Ghastly Sound
– Mos Generator
– Low Flying Hawks (featuring Dale Crover of The Melvins)
– Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard
– Sergeant Thunderhoof
– The Slim Kings
– Solace
– Summoner
– The Ultra Electric Mega Galactic (featuring Ed Mundell, formerly of Monster Magnet)
– WhiteNails
– Worshipper
– Year of the Cobra

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Elephant Bell Releases “Come To See The Show” Video

Finnish stoner crew Elephant Bell today releases the cover artwork and first single from debut album “Gates Of Dawn.” Check out the video for “Come To See The Show” below.

Featuring Lowburn member Tomi Mykkanen and mastered by Karl Daniel Lidén, “Gates of Dawn” (a revamped version of the self-titled”release previously available digitally) is a colossal album influenced by the like sof Monster Magnet and Fu Manchu, with a touch of grunge-like sonorities.

“Gates of Dawn” will be released in CD format by Argonauta Records and available from April 28th, 2017. The track listing is as follows:

1. So Pure
2. Demon Seducer
3. The Sun Is Going Down
4. Come To See the Show
5. Escape
6. Dreamwheel
7. Bug In the Soup
8. The Sweet Babylon
9. Mojo Filter
10. Straight to Hell
11. The Last Scene

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