Thursday, October 21

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Dan Murphy of ALL GOOD THINGS Converses with Madness To Creation on New Music for Instagram Live, Licensing to WWE & Dad Jokes
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Dan Murphy of ALL GOOD THINGS Converses with Madness To Creation on New Music for Instagram Live, Licensing to WWE & Dad Jokes

Editor's Note:  It was a most excellent time talking to Dan Murphy of All Good Things for Madness To Creation. In this conversation, it was a wide range of topics ranging from ski trips to Montana to their music and mental health awareness and partnering up with Better Noise and Extreme Music.  They've even made a theme song for legendary WWE wrestler The Undertaker.  On Saturdays, All Good Things will be playing their music via Instagram Live and answering fan questions.  Fans can find All Good Things at the following locations: www.facebook.com/allgoodthingsrock www.allgoodthingsrock.com www.twitter.com/agtrockofficial www.youtube.com/allgoodthingsrock www.instagram.com/allgoodthingsrock Madness To Creation:  Danny, how are you doing, thank you for taking the time to inte...
“Mr. Strangler” of PORN Converses with Madness To Creation on Mental Health Awareness and the Mr. Strangler Trilogy
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“Mr. Strangler” of PORN Converses with Madness To Creation on Mental Health Awareness and the Mr. Strangler Trilogy

Editor's Note:  As it's extremely well-documented, it's certainly been trying times for bands and recording artists around the world.  However, it's kept French "Murder Rock" band PORN incredibly busy.  Not only have they released "Act III:  No Monsters In God's Eyes", they have also released remix version of the trilogy which has included members of Combichrist, Mindless Self Indulgence, Stabbing Westward and Orgy on the remix version.  In this interview with Madness To Creation, frontman Mr. Strangler of PORN discusses mental health awareness, the writing process of "No Monsters In God's Eyes" and coping with the Covid-19 pandemic.  Fans can find PORN(the band) at the following locations: www.facebook.com/PORNtheband Madness To Creation:  How are you coping with the Covid-19 pandem...
Strange 90’s: A Benefit for JERRY BRYANT of JBTV Announces Performers for March 8th Benefit Show in Chicago
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Strange 90’s: A Benefit for JERRY BRYANT of JBTV Announces Performers for March 8th Benefit Show in Chicago

Charity Bomb is proud to announce Strange 90s, a benefit concert for Jerry Bryant of JBTV, set to take place on Friday, March 8th at Metro Chicago. All proceeds will go to Jerry's cancer treatment fund. Tickets are officially on sale HERE. Performers include: Naked Raygun, Andrew W.K., Local H, members of Kill Hannah, Stabbing Westward, Plain White T's, OURs, Broken Hope, Morrissey, and MS MR, with additional performers to be announced over the next few weeks! Surrounding the fundraiser, President of JBTV Michael Harnett has expressed that "Jerry wants everyone to know that although these obstacles are difficult and there's a lot of trials to come - he's committed more than ever to helping artists and exposing new music." Jerry Bryant, the Emmy award winning host and owner of the ...
(Album Review) “Swayed” by I: Scintilla
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(Album Review) “Swayed” by I: Scintilla

What is art?  Art is supposed to be unpredictable and scathing while running the gamut of emotions.  That is what I: Scintilla has sought out to be as a band with their latest released entitled "Swayed" via Alfa Matrix.  "Swayed" was released on September 21st. The Chicago, Illinois band has every intention to push the envelope with their introspective lyrics and at times unconventional arrangements as they straddle that balance between post-pock and electro-rock.  Case in point, the opening track "Human" has an absolutely thick and groovy bassline that you would hear out of a punk garage band.  "Carmen Saturna" consists of guitar tones that balances that mix of those industrial rock riffs that groups like White Zombie or Deadsy would trademark while incorporating some electronic new wa...
Razorwire Halo Converses with Madness To Creation on David Hasselhoff, Sweat, Dystopia, and Human Nature
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Razorwire Halo Converses with Madness To Creation on David Hasselhoff, Sweat, Dystopia, and Human Nature

Editor's Note:  It was a great night at Lifers in Algona as Kansas City regional touring band Razorwire Halo was sharing the stage with Motograter.  Razorwire Halo brings unique concepts to their music, ranging from graphic novel ideas to dystopia to cryogenic concept in their music.  When I watched their live show, it reminded me of Celldweller meets mid 1990's Marilyn Manson.  Razorwire Halo has recently released their music video for "Sweat", which you can check out after this interview.  Fans can find Razorwire Halo at the following locations: www.facebook.com/razorwirehalomusic www.razorwirehalo.com Madness To Creation:  Just tell me who you are and what you do in the band. Rob:  My name is Rob and I'm the touring guitarist. Darrell:  My name is Darryl and I'm the guita...