At the end of the day, breakups are hard, but we’ve all been there. Aesthetics, and sonic musings aside, most importantly, the boys in Black Sweat have heart, more so, it’s endearingly on their sleeve. If you’re looking for company on a cold, dark, and lonely night, give “Moves Like You” a try.
Do you subscribe to the worn-out adage that “rock is dead?” If so, then you most likely haven’t heard the invigorating music by scene newcomers, The Fats.
Far removed from the stadium concerts and big theater performances of yesteryear, veteran vocalist Blaze Bayley continues to infuse his own vision and ideology into the music he performs before a devoted, albeit curtailed, audience in the modern era.
The year is 1974, Neil Bogart started a new label called Casablanca Records and the first band he signs is decked out in black leather, studs, platform heels, and kabuki makeup. Sam Loomis has uploaded some video nuggets that perfectly capture the early essence of KISS at the earliest stage of their professional career.