It’s official: Damon Lindelof’s Watchmen series for HBO is a go

After months of pre-production rumors and casting info, HBO has finally seen all the fanboys and detractors of Zack Snyder‘s version of Watchmen look up and shout “Save us!”, and whispered “….all right then.”

Via Variety, HBO has officially ordered Damon Lindelof‘s much-anticipated Watchmen episode to series. Set to debut in 2019, the show will be  a “remixed” version of Alan Moore, Dave Gibbons and John Higgins‘ seminal graphic novel of the same name. The show, presumably like the novel, will be set in an alternate Earth with its own dark, twisted history, a world where superheroes are outlawed.

Among the announced cast are Regina King, Jeremy Irons, Don Johnson, Tim Blake Nelson, Louis Gossett Jr., Yahya Abdul-Mateen IIAdelaide Clemens, Andrew Howard, Tom Mison, Frances Fisher, Jacob Ming-Trent, Sara Vickers, Dylan Schombing, Lily Rose Smith, and Adelynn Spoon.

Lindelof will write the series, and executive produce along with Joseph Iberti, Tom Spezialy, and directors Stephen Williams and Nicole Kassell.

According to the network’s official description, “Watchmen embraces the nostalgia of the original groundbreaking graphic novel while attempting to break new ground of its own.” This matches Lindelof’s own letter to fans in May, where he stipulated that he wouldn’t be rehashing the events of the novel, but instead telling a story with different characters in the same universe. While the showrunner’s controversial track record gives us pause (LOST, anyone?), here’s hoping Watchmen‘s energy matches the superlative work of his previous show with HBO, The Leftovers.

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Oh Sees release new album Smote Reverser: Stream

John Dwyer’s ever prolific, multi-monikered band Oh Sees (or Thee Oh Sees, or OCS, or The Ohsees…) are back with their new album, Smote Reverser. Stream the entire thing below via Spotify and Apple Music.

Smote Reverser marks the garage psych rockers’ first full-length record of 2018, following last year’s Orc and Memory of a Cut Off Head. That latter effort was released under the name OCS, which Dwyer told Billboard was not a flippant choice:

“They’re two different bands honestly. Two different lineups. The origin of the OCS came from this band [Orinoka Crash Suite]. We just wanted to get back to writing like that. But I also wanted to write a record with Brigid Dawson. I wanted to do something specifically with her. And it ended up being a lot of fun so I’m glad we did it. But this is more the double-drummer thing. This is more fun. This is my kind of permanent touring act. Acoustic guitar wouldn’t really work for me in this live rendition of the band.”

This time, added Dwyer, “The songs are less about drugs and fucking and more trying to not be a terrible human I guess.” The effort was teased with early singles “Overthrown” and “C”.

Stream it all below.

Smote Reverser Artwork:

Thee Oh-Sees Album Artwork Reverser

Smote Reverser Tracklist:
01. Sentient Oona
02. Enrique El Cobrador
03. C
04. Overthrown
05. Last Peace
06. Moon Bog
07. Anthemic Aggressor
08. Abysmal Urn
09. Nail House Needle Boys
10. Flies Bump Against The Glass
11. Beat Quest

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Goatwhore, The Casualties, Black Tusk lead fall 2018 Metal Alliance Tour

Goatwhore’s tour in support of their 2017 album Vengeful Ascension shows no sign of stopping as the blackened death metal band from Louisiana just announced that they will be headlining this year’s edition of the Metal Alliance tour.

The North American trek, which begins at Louisiana’s Southport Hall on Halloween night and wraps up on November 30th at Easton, Pennsylvania’s One Centre Square, will also feature sets from The Casualties, Black Tusk, and Great American Ghost on all dates. Mortheron will be kicking off the shows for the first half of the tour (10/31 – 11/17) with Gozu taking over for the back half (11/18 – 11/30).

Goatwhore have been riding a wave of acclaim and fan support since Vengeful Ascension was released last June. That album peaked at #4 on Billboard’s Heatseekers album chart.

VIP packages for this year’s Metal Alliance tour are available here. General tickets go on sale Monday, August 21st.

2018 Metal Alliance Tour Dates w/ Goatwhore, The Casualties, Black Tusk, Great American Ghost:

10/31 – New Orleans, LA @ Southport Music Hall *
11/01 – Houston, TX @ Warehouse Live *
11/02 – Dallas, TX @ Gas Monkey Bar N’ Grill *
11/03 – San Antonio, TX @ Alamo City Music Hall *
11/04 – Oklahoma City, OK @ Diamond Ballroom *
11/06 – Mesa, AZ @ Club Red *
11/07 – West Hollywood, CA @ The Roxy *
11/08 – San Diego, CA @ Brick By Brick *
11/09 – Fresno, CA @ Full Circle Brewing Co. *
11/10 – Orangevale, CA @ The Boardwalk *
11/11 – Berkeley, CA @ Cornerstone *
11/13 – Seattle, WA @ Club Sur Rocks *
11/14 – Portland, OR @ Dante’s *
11/16 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Metro Music Hall *
11/17 – Denver, CO @ Marquis Theater *
11/18 – Merriam, KS @ Aftershock #
11/20 – St. Paul, MN @ Turf Club #
11/21 – Chicago, IL @ Reggie’s Rock Club #
11/23 – Detroit, MI @ Magic Stick #
11/24 – Kingston, ON @ Overtime Sports Bar #
11/25 – Quebec City, QC @ Salle Multi Du Complex Meduse #
11/26 – Montreal, QC @ Les Foufounes Electriques #
11/28 – New York, NY @ Gramercy Theater #

* = w/ Mortheron
# = w/ Gozu

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Alice in Chains to perform atop Seattle’s Space Needle

Alice in Chains are truly taking over their hometown of Seattle during the week leading up to the release of their new album, Rainier Fog, which arrives August 24th. First it was announced that the Seattle Mariners would host an Alice in Chains night on Monday, August 20th, and now it’s been revealed that the band will perform at the top of Seattle’s famed Space Needle.

The grunge goliaths will be rocking an acoustic set on Tuesday, August 21st, on the Space Needle’s new revolving glass floor, which sits 500 feet above the ground. The performance will then be broadcast a few days later on Friday, August 24th, at 5PM ET and PT by SiriusXM.

“I’ve visited the Space Needle many times in my life and it’s going to be a real honor and a total trip for us to play there,” Alice In Chains guitarist-vocalist Jerry Cantrell said in a statement. “We’re so proud of this album and to be able to celebrate its release with a performance at one of our town’s most iconic landmarks is really special. It sorta reminds me of the time we did the ‘Again’ video, but instead of being 6 feet in the air rocking out on a glass floor, we’ll be 50 stories high…slight difference.”

Rounding out the week of Alice in Chains events in Seattle will be a pop-up shop at The Crocodile venue on Thursday and Friday, featuring limited-edition merchandise.

Alice in Chains have been previewing the album by releasing songs prior to its release, most recently unveiling the track “Never Fade”.

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Trevor Powers breaks down his new album, Mulberry Violence, Track by Track: Stream

Track by Track is a new music feature in which an artist takes us through their latest effort one track at a time.

Trevor Powers put an end to his Youth Lagoon moniker in 2016. At the time, he said the trio of albums he released with the dream pop project — 2011’s The Year of Hibernation, 2013’s Wondrous Bughouse, and 2015’s Savage Hills Ballroom — “occupy a certain isolated & solitary spectrum; it is a space I no longer inhabit, nor want to inhabit. Youth Lagoon is complete.” He was far from finished with music, however, and now he’s back with his debut record under his own name, Mulberry Violence.

The music Powers is making these days is far more experimental, an avant-pop collage of unpredictable, drastic noise. Informed by “crash courses” in jazz and classical music theory, the songs are “inspired by the visual works of artists such as Francis Bacon, Sister Gertrude Morgan, and Harry Clarke,” according to a press release. Over this jagged bed of sound Powers lays down the words of poetry he wrote while traveling the world.

Mulberry Violence was previewed with the tracks “Playwright”“Ache”“Plaster Saint”“XTC Idol” and “Dicegame”. The entire thing is now streaming below via Spotify and Apple Music.

For deeper insight into this new effort, Powers has broken Mulberry Violence down Track by Track.

“XTQ Idol”:
The spark behind this track was visiting Seddlec Ossuary in the Czech Republic — it’s a small Roman Catholic church intricately adorned with the bones of 40,000 people. I wrote it with many individual movements because I wanted it to feel like the separate parts of a body all working together.

“Dicegame”:
This song came to be much like how my favorite painter, Francis Bacon, described one of his works — “It was like one continuous accident mountain on top of another.” I had six different versions of it and none of them were working until I had just the right kind of fuck up which ended up making the path glow. I like to view any work as slowly becoming its own living entity, and sometimes the place you are trying to take that entity is somewhere it doesn’t want to go. I always try to be in tune with that.

Trevor Powers, photo by Chris Schoonover Mulberry Violence Track by Track Album Stream

Trevor Powers, photo by Chris Schoonover

“Pretend It’s Confetti”:
My goal was to make something that sounded like someone being perfectly ok with losing their mind. Like a brain that’s scrambling, deteriorating, and gradually becoming more deranged, but it causes this strange calming effect to the individual.

“Clad In Skin”:
One that was born from my spiritual bond with Ray Bradbury’s Something Wicked This Way Comes. That book really shook me — to the point of writing a personal soundtrack to it. This was one of the two pieces that survived from that project.

“Playwright”:
The last song I wrote for the album. Really highlights the most prevalent theme throughout the entire record which is the opposing forces constantly being at war around us. In order for there to be any dreams, there must also be nightmares. Everything has an inverse.

“Film It All”:
As a society, honest experiences are dying. Humans are brainwashed into thinking the only way we can capture anything is to take a picture or a video, when it actually suffocates the moment. Much like life itself, in order for an event to be truly significant, it must be fleeting.

“Squelch”:
The second of two pieces that remained after I trashed my Something Wicked This Way Comes soundtrack. Had to take a lot of breaks when writing this because it really effected my mood. Definitely had to give myself a lot of time to come down in between working on it and seeing other people.

“Ache”:
I almost didn’t include this on the album because I couldn’t crack the code until the zero hour. Ended up doing some major re-writes on the last day of recording in Texas, and it wasn’t until I wanted to tear my face off that it suddenly clicked.

Mulberry Violence Trevor Powers Cover Art Album Artwork Track by Track Stream

“Plaster Saint”:
Another shape-shifter. Had close to ten other versions of it — ended up putting together multiple pieces from each version and that’s exactly what it needed… a very rewarding puzzle that taught me a lot.

“Common Hoax”:
This track is essentially a love song between two beings in alternate dimensions. They can only communicate through a recording device that broadcasts the signal.

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ShipRocked 2019 lineup announced: Papa Roach, Bullet for My Valentine, I Prevail, and more

Having already sold out all of the cabins before the bands were even announced, the organizers of ShipRocked have just revealed the performance lineup for the 2019 edition of the cruise.

Headlining the five-day nautical extravaganza will be Papa Roach, and their singer, Jacoby Shaddix, is more than happy to be on board. “We are so excited to join the 10th Anniversary cruise … It’s our third time on the bill and our first time headlining! You can expect a few surprises and a real rock show on the open sea — we can’t wait to see everyone taking part next year!!!”

Joining Papa Roach on the bill are Bullet For My Valentine, I Prevail, Nothing More, Suicidal Tendencies, Sevendust, Motionless In White, Atreyu, 10 Years, Tremonti, Nonpoint, Monster Truck, Skindred, Wilson, ’68, RavenEye, Hyro The Hero, Badflower, Them Evils, and Islander.

Additionally, ShipRocked will once again feature an all-star supergroup known as The Stowaways, which this time will include Korn’s Brian “Head” Welch, Megadeth’s David Ellefson, former Guns N’ Roses member Ron “Bumblefoot” Thal, and several more musicians whose names can be seen in the Stowaways poster below.

Also on board will be comedian Brian Posehn, as well as guest hosts Kayla Riley, Big Jay Oakerson and Ralph Sutton. In addition, there will be a special advance screening of Brian “Head” Welch’s documentary Loud Krazy Love.

ShipRocked 2019 sets sale on January 26 from Galveston, Texas, making stops at Cozumel and the Yucatán in Mexico along the way. It returns to Galveston on January 31.

As mentioned, the staterooms are already sold out for ShipRocked 2019, but fans who are interested can join a waitlist at ShipRocked.com.

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