Mugen Hoso (Tokyo, Japan)
Japanese 2-piece rock band ‘MUGEN HOSO’.
Very ROCK sounds is played by HIR0(Guitar and Vo) and TAR0 (Drums & Cho).
HIR0 and TAR0 plays over 25 years in some bands.
They usually play in Japan. And sometimes in overseas.
You can enjoy their music even if they sing the song in Japanese.
Sounds Like: The Who, The White Stripes, The Beatles, John Spencer Blues Explosion, Neil Young
Swingin Dicks (Dallas, TX)
Two brothers that loved Iron Maiden Started an Iron Maiden cover band in 1995. It then turned into original material that sounded like Iron Maiden. Toured and played with some badass bands in the 90′s and into 2000. Took 4 years off ,reformed with original founding members and Now we are Alive !!!!
The Guillotines (Conroe, TX)
Although hailing from Houston, TX, The Guillotines has it’s roots in the underbelly of the legendary ’70′s Cleveland and New York punk scenes.
Started by the infamous Robert Conn, one of the original members of The Pagans (Cleveland, OH) and Houstons’ kick ass bass “rocker” Jewels, The Guillotines spreads their sonic guitar assault to the world…. Rounding out the band is Pablo Ono (Blacknovas, Texas Terri Bomb, Electric Frankenstein) and Andy Chaos (Jungle Rott, HRA) on drums. This is a solid 4 pc with deep rock n roll roots and high energy!!
New Album set to be released 2013
Produced, recorded, edited and mixed by Don Cilurso A.K.A Demonboy of Texas Terri and the Stiff Ones, King of Kings, Deviltones, and The Hot Things
Die Rotzz (New Orleans, LA)
Die Rotzz…I don’t know what the hell that name means, and I don’t really understand what they’re saying. This is probably the first time that I’ve given a 7″ a just-ok review for this web-zine, but I reviewed it because I think some people might like it.
First of all, I bought it just because I wanted to order the Real Losers/Illegal Movers split from Big Black Hole…and it’s very expensive to order just one EP. So I also ordered the Die Rotzz 7″, which is their third release. I saw it and liked the cover a lot; it is very cool. Also the vinyl looks good, and the titles of the songs are in Spanish (it’s on a Spanish label). But the music isn’t very good. It’s nice punk stuff that bores me once I’ve heard two songs. They remind me a bit of modern punk bands like the Final Solutions, but a bit more classic. I think my problem is the singer. I don’t like his voice. Musically, they are good.
And that’s all. Try to hear some MP3s or something to check out Die Rotzz and see if you like them.—Raul Reaction June 21, 2005