Johnny Cash ~ Hurt (NIN Cover) [2⊘⊘2]

The “Man In Black” had his doubts when confronted by his most recent producer Rick Rubin to do a cover of Nine Inch Nails’ song ‘Hurt’. When he heard the record, Johnny said: “I can’t do that song. It’s not my style.” When Reznor was asked if Johnny could cover this deeply-personal track he said he was “flattered” but worried that “the idea sounded a bit gimmicky. “I hurt myself today, To see if I still feel. I focus on the pain, the only thing that’s real. The needle tears a hole, The old familiar sting. Try to kill … Continue reading Johnny Cash ~ Hurt (NIN Cover) [2⊘⊘2]

Ministry ~ (Every Day Is) Halloween (Acoustic) [2⊘19]

That is a quite recent photo of “Grandpa” Al Jourgensen (born Alejandro Ramírez Casas) the Cuban-American singer, musician, producer, and founder of numerous bands including, Ministry, Revolting Cocks, and 1000 Homo DJs. “Well, I live with snakes and lizards, And other things … Continue reading Ministry ~ (Every Day Is) Halloween (Acoustic) [2⊘19]

Baby Strange ~ More! More! More! [2⊘2⊘]

More! More! More! Is a slice of relentless punk noise, and it’s fiercely lovable. Catch your breath before you press play, because you’ll be knocked flat in seconds by riffs, infectious hooks and an impossibly inviting beat. Just in time for Halloween (2020), Baby Strange unleash their first piece of ‘Evil Art’ after signing to Swedish label Icons Creating Evil Art, and … Continue reading Baby Strange ~ More! More! More! [2⊘2⊘]

In This Moment ~ Witching Hour [2⊘22]

In folklore, “The Witching Hour” (between 3 and 4 AM) is considered a time of night associated with supernatural events whereby witches, demons, and ghosts are thought to appear and be at their most powerful. The phrase began at least as early as 1775, in the poem “Night, an Ode.” by Rev. Matthew West. However, its origins may go further back to 1535 when the … Continue reading In This Moment ~ Witching Hour [2⊘22]