Witch Mountain announce First North American Headline Tour Since 2012

The long wait for fans of Portland, Oregon stoner doom masters Witch Mountain in North America is finally over, as the band has unveiled an official announcement for their first headline tour of the continent since 2012. The tour will be in support of the band’s impending self-titled studio album, out May 25 via Svart, their first since ‘Mobile of Angels’ (2014), and also the first to feature vocalist Kayla Dixon and bassist Justin Brown. Check out the dates below: Continue reading “Witch Mountain announce First North American Headline Tour Since 2012”

Armored Saint to Perform ‘Symbol Of Salvation’ album in Entirety

Fans of Los Angeles classic metal legends Armored Saint are in for a very special treat this summer! The band will be performing their 1991 album ‘Symbol Of Salvation’ in its entirety in select North American markets, with Act Of Defiance as support act. Some shows will also be recorded for a live DVD. Check out the dates below: Continue reading “Armored Saint to Perform ‘Symbol Of Salvation’ album in Entirety”

Black Pussy gets Canceled On … Again

“Rock n’ roll is getting strange”, says Black Pussy singer Dustin Hill. The Portland, Oregon stoner rock band has faced unnecessary trouble in the past, getting banned and canceled on because of their name, even though there is nothing more to it than just a name, and the band does not condone or endorse racism or sexism of any kind. As ridiculous as it sounds, they’ve been forced to officially state that to avoid any further issues. But in the eyes of some, it is still not enough, and the band continues to suffer. The latest episode in this drama has to do with the last-minute cancelation of their show at the Hi Hat in Los Angeles, scheduled for tonight, Tuesday February 6. Continue reading “Black Pussy gets Canceled On … Again”