It’s Wednesday on Headshot Daily, so anything goes… music wise… and we begin with some Punk
Peter And The Test Tube Babies Single
UK Punk legends Peter And The Test Tube Babies are back with their latest and greatest set of recordings »Fuctifano«!
Remember the 70’s, and glam rock? Well it’s back, on the right track and in yer face. Peter And The Test Tube Babies share their love of 70’s glam rock with a homage to Sweet, Slade and T. Rex, combining all the colourful glittery pomp of glam with the darker edge of punk rock.
The band released their second single ‘Queen Of Fucking Everything’ from the album, which will be released on the 6th of March in 2020 via Arising Empire!
»Fuctifano« comes as CD and LP as well as an exclusive and limited coloured LP available via Coretex.
Chmcl Str8jckt Live Video
An explosive live clip from Industrial Outlaws, Chmcl Str8jckt, fronted by the SexGod that is, Kevin Snell
Meat Hook by Chmcl Str8jckt live in Philly 02-14-2020
Finnegan’s Hell – Six Feet Under
Bury your bible and quench your thirst!
“Six Feet Under” is the first single from the new album “Work Is The Curse Of The Drinking Class” by Swedish-Celtic folk rock extraordinaires Finnegan’s Hell. The album, released by Wild Kingdom Records, is a tribute to the thirsty Irish poets Oscar Wilde and Shane MacGowan, as well as Sweden’s most notorious bard, Carl Michael Bellman.
– This album is our most ambitious one so far, and I dare say it sets a new standard within the Celtic punk genre, which for years has been in need of revitalization. “Work Is The Curse Of The Drinking Class” is a witty and intelligent album and, at the same time, full of that raw energy which makes you wanna knock back a dozen pints and go stagediving head first. If Oscar Wilde was alive today he would have loved hearing this album, says Pabs Finnegan, the band’s lead vocalist.
When Finnegan’s Hell formed in 2010, the band made a vow to only sing about three things: life, death and alcohol. On their third album they still stay true to that concept. The single “Six Feet Under” actually deals with all three elements. The video for the song was directed by Swedish filmmaker Michael Ek, who got his inspiration from Jim Jarmusch’s zombie film “The Dead Don’t Die”. Both the video and the song should be seen as a metaphor for the next to impossible struggle trying to quit a lifelong bad habit.