Music of the Week – Wildside – How Many Lies + a small update

Time for some sleaze metal! Enjoy one of the finest unlucky bands of the Sunset Strip of the early ’90s. Known before as Young Gunns, Wildside released one of the very best sleaze metal albums, “under the influence”, beating Guns n Roses and Motley Crue at their very own game. However, sleaze was beginning to fade when the album was released, thus dooming Wildside to an early demise…they tried to jump the alternative/grunge bandwagon in 1995 with the self-titled “wildside” but they failed to stir any interest and thus disbanded.

Enjoy one of their finest tunes!

Plus, on the update side, another build of the PC88 emulator M88 has been released. Among the new features, there is a CD driver which doesn’t need ASPI layers anymore. Check the PC88 page to download it!

Music of the Week – The Legendary Golden Vampires – A Young Girl Is Gone

Time for a very nice garage tune, with a slight of Nick Cave sound too, from the German ’80s.
Very little is known about this obscure band. Their name is a reference to the “the legend of the seven golden vampires” horror b-movie.

Music of the Week – Orodruin – Epicurean Mass

Orodruin is the doomish and riff-filled creature of the talented John Gallo. This is the title track of their 2003 album, Epicurean Mass. It’s a very good slab of psychedelic doom metal, immersive and hypnotic, when the genre still wasn’t popular in the metal scene as it is today.

Music of the Week – The Scream – Man in the Moon

I’ve got some connection problems, so I couldn’t update the site last week…for now, I’ve only revamped the wanted section, but I’m planning on writing some new articles and reviews soon…luckily life is long, isn’t it? ;)
For the appointment of this week, please enjoy this fine tune, crafted by the talents of John Corabi (ex Motley Crue, RATT, Union and a lot more) and Bruce Boillet (ex Racer X) in the early ’90s…