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Indecent Exposure: Art of Anarchy

Thursday, Apr, 30 2015

Why not continue on the Scott Weiland bandwagon today. This is a supergroup that has Mr. Weiland singing but he has publicly denied being in the band. OK? The band also features Bumblefoot (Guns N' Roses) John Moyer (Disturbed) along with two New York musicians Jon and Vince Votta. No matter what Weiland says their debut album will be out on June 2nd and this song is called "Till the Dust is Gone" At least check it out and let us know if you're showing it some Razor love or Razor hate?



If you would like to know more of the back story of this band check it out here.

posted by: Cutter


Scott Weiland the next Wes Scantlin?

Thursday, Apr, 30 2015

Well if I'm going to call one singer out for being horrible on stage and needing personal help then I need to call out the other. First I'm glad I didn't have to deal with Scott Weiland in person like I did the other singer. I was one of the biggest Stone Temple Pilot fans around back in the day and although the band stil exists with Chester Bennington singing it's not the same. Scott was one of the best frontmen that rock saw during the 90's and early part of the 21st centur, boy how the mighty have fallen.

This is the story from our friends at Blabbermouth.net


Former STONE TEMPLE PILOTS and VELVET REVOLVER frontman Scott Weiland is being slammed for his "sluggish" performances with his band THE WILDABOUTS, with one reviewer stating flatly that the singer "appears to have crashed and burned. Badly."

Prior to launching into the STP classic "Vasoline" at THE WILDABOUTS' April 28 concert in Corpus Christi, Texas, Weiland told the fans in the audience (see video below): "All right, this is a new song. We just worked it out today." The band's energetic instrumental performance was accompanied by Scott mumbling the lyrics into the mic tiredly, with the vocalist seemingly making no effort to interact with the crowd.

As expected, a number of fans have responded negatively to the video on YouTube, ranging from "This is unacceptable" to "I don't think even the most advanced Auto-Tune program could save this train wreck." Another YouTube user called the performance "heartbreaking," adding: "Enough is enough! SCOTT, PLEASE GET HELP!!! And how can the band play like nothing's wrong?"

In her review of THE WILDABOUTS' April 29 concert in Houston, Angelica Leicht of the Houston Press wrote: "At the height of his career, catching Weiland onstage was a sight to behold. He would claw his way into the music, slinking and scratching like a feral, talented cat as he pumped out the lyrics. The show behind Weiland's brilliant vocals — showmanship, for lack of a better term — worked to amplify his deep connection to his music. But as of last night, trouble has definitely become a vortex for Weiland, and he appears to have crashed and burned. Badly." She added: "To be fair, as sluggish as Weiland appears now onstage, he does appear to be trying, at least in part. This new, on-time version is a vast improvement from years of late and canceled shows, and his once very-public antics have been kept to a minimum recently."

Check out some videos from the "performance"





posted by: Cutter


Indecent Exposure: Hollywood Undead

Wednesday, Apr, 29 2015

Hollywood Undead's latest album is called Day of the Dead and it came out back on March 31st. Check out the title track and let us know if you're showing it some Razor love or Razor hate?

posted by: Cutter


Jail Mail

Wednesday, Apr, 29 2015

Jail mail is something we get often here at the radio station and sometimes it's just to good not to read on the air. Here's my latest jail mail. the Pantera logo is covering the inmates information.

SIDE ONE


SIDE TWO

posted by: Cutter


Indecent Exposure: Muse

Tuesday, Apr, 28 2015

Muse have always been a very polarizing band. They are hugely successful and hugely popular, but those that love them, love them. Those that hate them seem to really dislike them. With a new album Drones on the horizon let the debate begin again. Check out one of two new songs that they have out, this one is called "Psycho" and let us know if you are showing it some Razor love or some Razor Hate?

posted by: Cutter