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    20th November 2017, 01:42 PM
                 Record Rack: A round-up of the week’s new albums, expanded reissues and/or box sets, appearing each Monday on Slicing Up Eyeballs. All releases due out this Friday unless noted. RamonesRELEASE: Rocket to Russia: 40th Anniversary Deluxe Edition BACKSTORY: This punk icons’ third album is reissued this week in a 3CD/1LP set that includes two different mixes of the album, a host of unreleased studio recordings and a previously unissued live album recorded in 1977. BUY: Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk The FallRELEASE: The Singles: 1978-2016 BACKSTORY: Nearly four decades’ worth of singles — both A-sides and B-sides — by Mark E. Smith’s pioneering post-punk outfit will be collected on a new 7-disc, 117-track box set from Cherry Red Records this week. BUY: Amazon.co.uk XTCRELEASE: Black Sea BACKSTORY: The audiophile reissue of XTC’s fourth album is due out this week, and will include new 5.1 Surround, stereo and and high-resolution stereo mixes of the record by Steven Wilson, plus demos, instrumentals and videos. BUY: Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk, Burning Shed Big CountryRELEASE: We’re Not in Kansas Anymore: Live Bootleg Box Set 1993-1998 BACKSTORY: Cherry Red Records this week releases a 5-disc box set chronicling the Big Country live experience in the ’90s. Includes covers of songs by Blue Oyster Cult, Neil Young and Smokey Robinson & The Miracles. BUY: Amazon.co.uk Richard Hell & The VoidoidsRELEASE: Blank Generation: 40th Anniversary Deluxe Edition BACKSTORY: Richard Hell’s 1977 debut will receive an expanded 40th anniversary reissue for Record Store Day this Friday, with the original record paired with a disc of previously unreleased studio takes and live tracks BUY: Record Store Day retailers INXSRELEASE: Kick 30 BACKSTORY: The four-disc 30th anniversary reissue of INXS’s 1987 smash is out in the U.S. this week, a few weeks after it arrived in the U.K. Features the remastered original album, two bonus discs of B-sides, demos, rare mixes (some of which weren’t on the previous reissue) and a brand new Dolby Atmos surround mix. (See full tracklist) BUY: Amazon.com PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS This week’s new releases: Hüsker Dü box set, plus R.E.M., Tears For Fears, Neil Finn This week’s new releases: Billy Bragg’s new protest songs, plus INXS ‘Kick 30’ box set This week’s new releases: The Dead Milkmen, Alison Moyet, Frankie Goes to Hollywood This week’s new releases: The Smiths, The The, The Jam and Pet Shop Boys More...
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    20th November 2017, 07:23 AM
    “Dark Wave,” hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs’ Matt Sebastian, airs 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. EDT every Sunday on Sirius XM satellite radio’s 1st Wave (Channel 33). The most recent two episodes also are available via Sirius XM’s On Demand service for online subscribers. Pictured: Abecedarians HOUR 1 Depeche Mode, “Black Celebration” (Black Celebration) Nine Inch Nails, “Last” (Broken) The Jesus and Mary Chain, “Far Gone and Out” (Arc Weld Mix) (Honey’s Dead) Simple Minds, “Premonition” (Reel to Real Cacophony) The Mission, “Butterfly on a Wheel” (Carved in Sand) Southern Death Cult, “Apache” (The Southern Death Cult) The Teardrop Explodes, “Treason” (Kilimanjaro) Tones on Tail, “Lions” (Everything!) Ministry, “Revenge” (With Sympathy) Robert Smith, “Small Hours” (Johnny Boy Would Love This: Tribute to John Martyn) Abecedarians, “Panic in Needle Park” (Resin) The Damned, “Life Goes On” (Strawberries) Morrissey, “You Have Killed Me” (Ringleader of the Tormenters) HOUR 2 Magazine, “The Light Pours Out of Me” (Real Life) Revolting Cocks, “Da Ya Think I’m Sexy” (Linger Ficken’ Good) The Sugarcubes, “Hit” (Stick Around For Joy) Public Image Ltd., “Rules and Regulations” (Happy?) Joy Division, “Digital” (Substance) Echo & The Bunnymen, “Over the Wall” (Live) (Crocodiles) Dead Can Dance, “Anywhere Out of the World” (Within the Realm of a Dying Sun) Acid Horse, “No Name No Slogan” (Side Trax) Bauhaus, “Double Dare” (In the Flat Field) Lords of the New Church, “New Church” (Killer Lords) Oppenheimer Analysis, “The Devil’s Dancers” (New Mexico) Death in June, “The Calling” (Nada!) Gang of Four, “To Hell With Poverty” (Another Day, Another Dollar) HOUR 3 The Sisters of Mercy, “Emma” (Floodland) Skinny Puppy, “Dig It” (The Singles Collect) Siouxsie and the Banshees, “All Tomorrow’s Parties” (Live) (Downside Up) Clan of Xymox, “The Bitter Sweet” (Notes From the Underground) Love and Rockets, “No New Tale To Tell” (Live) (Assorted!) The Cure, “Kyoto Song” (The Head on the Door) New Order, “586” (Power, Corruption & Lies) The Smiths, “Unloveable” (Louder Than Bombs) Bigod 20, “America” (Steel Works!) Moev, “Yeah Whatever” (12-Inch Version) (Yeah Whatever) Meat Beat Manifesto, “Euthanasia” (Satyricon) Cabaret Voltaire, “Sex, Money, Freaks” (C.O.D.E.) The Cramps, “Fever” (Songs the Lord Taught Us) Dead Boys, “Sonic Reducer” (Young, Loud and Snotty) Concrete Blonde, “Walking in London” (Walking in London) Peter Murphy, “Deep Ocean Vast Sea” (Deep) Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, “I Let Love In” (Let Love In) Got a request for a future episode? Leave it in the comments below. PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (11/12/17) Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (11/5/17) Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (10/29/17) More...
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    19th November 2017, 08:18 PM
    R.E.M. famously only performed a single concert in support of  Automatic For the People, a benefit for Greenpeace at the 40 Watt Club in the band’s hometown of Athens, Ga., on Nov. 19, 1992. Audio from that show, previously issued as B-sides, is included as a bonus on the band’s recent Automatic reissue, and today, on the 25th anniversary of that concert, R.E.M. is streaming “recently discovered footage” from the show — which you can watch below. More...
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    19th November 2017, 06:02 PM
    Australian duo Kylie (vocals) and Amps (instruments, programming) were previously involved in Ostia. They next moved on with Friends Of Alice And Ivy. This new band deals with multiple influences... More...
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    17th November 2017, 10:25 PM
                 Scott McCaughey, leader of the Young Fresh Fellows and the Minus 5, and who spent 17 years as a touring guitarist and multi-instrumentalist for R.E.M., suffered a stroke while on a tour of the West Coast with Alejandro Escovedo, his wife announced today. In a note posted today on the Minus 5’s Facebook page, McCaughey’s wife, Mary Winzig, reports the musician is in stable condition following the medical emergency, but that “the road to recovery will be a long one, and we believe it will come through music.” In that same statement, R.E.M.’s Peter Buck, who also is touring with Escovedo and has played in a variety of groups with McCaughey including the Minus 5 and the Baseball Project, hailed his friend and bandmate since the Monster era: “Scott McCaughey is one of the unsung heroes of rock ‘n’ roll,” Buck wrote. “A true believer and one of the most creative people I have ever met.” Read Winzig’s full statement below. More...
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    17th November 2017, 05:23 PM
    A few days ago we announced the birth of Black Forest, the brainchild of Dejan Belgrenius who was also the man behind synth pop act Jode. The band has now readied a video for their new single... More...
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    17th November 2017, 03:29 PM
    For this week’s installment of “120 Minutes” Rewind, we mark the recent, and untimely, passing of frontman Chuck Mosley with this “120 X-Ray” segment on Faith No More that was broadcast in 1987 following the release of the band’s second album Introduce Yourself. As you can see in this Adam Curry(!)- hosted clip, they discuss why they re-recorded “We Care a Lot” off their first album, and throw out some of the lyrical evolution from 1985 to ’87. Watch the full clip below via uploader In Style & Out of Print! PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS ‘120 Minutes’ Rewind: The Sugarcubes go under the ‘120 X-Ray’ — 1989 ‘120 Minutes’ Rewind: The Sisters of Mercy’s Andrew Eldritch talks ‘quality control’ — 1993 ‘120 Minutes’ Rewind: Killing Joke’s Jaz Coleman talks about the end of the world ‘120 Minutes’ Rewind: John Wesley Harding talks playing solo, lack of dry ice in his show More...
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    17th November 2017, 01:40 PM
    VNV Nation as we know it is no more. The band has announced that England born Mark Jackson is no longer part of the band which makes VNV Nation an all Irish project now. Says Harris: “As the... More...
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    16th November 2017, 06:05 PM
    Aengeldust is an electro-industrial solo-project set up and driven by Nadine ‘Cooraz’ Engel. She’s one of the few women involved with this ‘hard’ kind of music revealing a sound, which is much harder... More...
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    16th November 2017, 02:52 PM
    The John Darnielle-led Mountain Goats earlier this year released a concept album called Goths that was preceded by the first single “Andrew Eldritch is Moving Back to Leeds,” a notably un-gothlike song about the lead singer of The Sisters of Mercy. On tour in support of that record, the band this week went all-in, debuting a cover of the Sisters’ 1987 classic “Lucretia My Reflection” Thanks to the invaluable NYCTaper, you can listen to that full performance, an acoustic-based take — with indie all-star drummer Jon Wurster playing the role of Doktor Avalanche — that was recorded Sunday night at Brooklyn Steel in New York City. The cover, naturally, led into “Andrew Eldritch is Moving Back to Leeds.” NYCTaper also has the the full show, if you’re looking for more Mountain Goats action. Listen to “Lucretia” below. PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS Watch: The Sisters of Mercy play ‘Walk Away’ for first time in 32 years, cover Mission of Burma ‘120 Minutes’ Rewind: The Sisters of Mercy’s Andrew Eldritch talks ‘quality control’ — 1993 The Sisters of Mercy’s ‘Some Girls Wander By Mistake’ to receive 4LP box set reissue Vintage Video: The Sisters of Mercy’s out-of-print Royal Albert Hall concert film ‘Wake’ The Sisters of Mercy to follow festival appearances with 18-date European tour ‘120 Minutes’ Rewind: The Sisters of Mercy go under the ‘120 X-Ray’ in 1988 More...
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    16th November 2017, 02:08 PM
    For this week’s installment of Vintage Video, we flash back to 1986, and this clip of Oingo Boingo performing on the network TV broadcast “Disneyland’s Summer Vacation Party” on a bill that also included Kenny Loggins, Miami Sound Machine, The Bangles, Chubby Checker and more. As you can see in the clip below, Danny Elfman and Co. are introduced by Nick from “Family Ties” and Theo Huxtable, then proceed to perform the Dead Man’s Party single “Stay” in front of a crowd of dancing fans (and some strange costumed creatures) at Disneyland. See the whole thing via uploader Despina838, as well as an ad for the broadcast, below. PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS Vintage Video: Love and Rockets bridge old and new in 1996 set at Chilean festival Vintage Video: Leg in a cast, Siouxsie takes a seat to lead the Banshees through 1985 set Vintage Video: Perry Farrell bares all for the (not so) final Jane’s Addiction show in 1991 Vintage Video: R.E.M. tears up pre-‘Murmur’ set in earliest known pro-shoot footage More...
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    15th November 2017, 09:08 PM
    The first release from LeCabLe is a fact: the 8-track album “Multicore”. LeCabLe consists of the duo Paul Kendall (lapsteel, ‘springs and things’) and Daniel Dickel (mono... More...
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    15th November 2017, 08:28 PM
    Coming to Blu-ray, DVD, and digital formats (all available here) on December 12th is the Morrissey biopic “England Is Mine” directed by Mark Gill. The biopic is about the early days of... More...
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    15th November 2017, 07:42 PM
    Four very long years. That is how long we had to wait on the newest EP by the Swedish Dark Electro veterans Severe Illusion. “A Familiar State of Passive Compliance” was recorded in the... More...
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    15th November 2017, 07:08 PM
    Out on November 17 is the single “Mother of Earth” by the duo TB Frank (The Neon Judgement and also bass player from Praga Khan, Jade4U and Lords of Acid) and Baustein. The single is... More...
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    14th November 2017, 05:04 PM
    Out in December – and available in pre-order now – are 2 brand new vinyl reissues of albums by the Greek female electropop duo Marsheaux. The first is “Lumineux Noir”, the third album... More...
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    14th November 2017, 02:53 PM
    First announced last year, Bauhaus drummer Kevin Haskins’ visual history of the pioneering goth-rock act — a 315-page coffee table book stuffed with recollections and flyers, ticket stubs, personal photographs and more — will be published in early 2018 by Cleopatra Records. “Bauhaus — Undead: The Visual History and Legacy of Bauhaus” will officially be released in March — though copies may begin shipping as early as December for fans who pre-order the book. Haskins promises readers will be taken on a visual journey from the inception of the band — which also featured Haskins’ brother David J, as well as Peter Murphy and (current Poptone bandmate) Daniel Ash — in 1978 through the group’s initial reunion in 1998 and its famed performance at the Coachella in 2005. In addition to Haskins’ own writings, the book includes images from the drummer’s memorabilia collection: handmade flyers, backstage passes, ticket stubs, band artwork, letters, set lists, recording contracts, band sketches, fan club material, tour itineraries, handwritten lyrics, invoices, posters and more. The book can be pre-ordered now in standard and signed editions. Below, check out a video clip of Haskins reading from the book, as well as images included in the project. PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS Peter Murphy enlists David J to play Bauhaus classics during San Francisco residency Poptone — featuring Bauhaus’ Daniel Ash and Kevin Haskins — expands North American tour Poptone — featuring Bauhaus’ Daniel Ash and Kevin Haskins — to release live album Citing vocal problems, Peter Murphy pushes 15-night San Francisco residency to 2018 Peter Murphy to release ‘Bare-Boned and Sacred’ live album from stripped-down tour More...
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    14th November 2017, 02:23 PM
    The reunited Norwegian pop trio a-ha has begun rolling out summer 2018 tour dates, including a half-dozen shows in the U.K. that will find the group playing football stadiums and cricket grounds with all-star synthpop support from OMD and Tom Bailey of the Thompson Twins. Those U.K. dates open June 7 and run through June 17, with OMD missing one show, June 9 in Yeovil; that concert will feature Marc Almond of Soft Cell instead. The “Electric Summer” tour — which will find a-ha in full band mode, as opposed to its more recent unplugged reunion dates — will then head to Israel and Europe for more dates in July. Watch the band’s website for ticketing details. After a worldwide farewell tour in 2010 that included rare U.S. dates, a-ha first reunited in 2011 to play a memorial for the victims of a Norwegian mass killing, then came back together again beginning in 2015 for sporadic shows and tours. The trio last month released a live album chronicling its 2017 unplugged tour. See full dates below. a-ha ‘Electric Summer’ tour dates: June 7: The Spitfire Ground, Canterbury, UK * June 9: Huish Park, Yeovil, UK ** June 10: Cambs Glass Stadium, Cambridge, UK * June 14: Keepmoat Stadium, Doncaster, UK * June 16: Bloomfield Road, Blackpool, UK * June 17: Mowden Park, Darlington, UK * June 21: Exhibition Gardens, Tel Aviv, Israel July 4: Dalhalla, Rattvik, Sweden July 6: Kongsberg Jazzfest, Kongsberg, Norway July 16: Trakai Castle Hall, Trakai, Lithuania July 17: Sigulda Castle, Sigulda, Latvia July 19: Tartu Song Festival Grounds, Tartu, Estonia July 25: Theatre Antique de Vienne, Vienne, France * with OMD, Tom Bailey ** with Marc Almond, Tom Bailey More...
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    13th November 2017, 06:10 PM
    Stars Crusaders is a ‘crazy’ Italian electro/future-pop band, which released their first official work in 2014. The band clearly revealed alluring electronics mixed with sci-fi themes. They now have... More...
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    13th November 2017, 05:25 PM
    Bad news keeps on pouring in. Former Faith No More singer Chuck Mosley died aged only 57 after battling for almost his entire life against his addiction. The singer’s death was due to... More...
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    13th November 2017, 02:52 PM
    Nearly 1,000 fans of The Cure contributed video and photos to a project by a Polish fansite to stitch together an enormous amateur multicam of the band’s Oct. 20, 2016, concert in More...
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    13th November 2017, 02:52 PM
    Classic synthpop outfit Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark will cap off the year with the release of a new 10-song compilation of the B-sides and remixes that accompanied the three singles released this year to promote the group’s latest album The Punishment of Luxury. Titled The Punishment of Luxury: B-Sides & Bonus Material, the collection will be released on CD and digital formats on Dec. 15, and rounds up the various B-sides and mixes that appeared on the “Isotype,” “The Punishment of Luxury” and “What Have We Done” singles. OMD will embark on a 27-date North American tour next March and April. See the full tracklist and cover art below. Tracklist: OMD, The Punishment of Luxury: B-Sides & Bonus Material 1. “Isotype” (Single Mix) 2. “Skin” 3. “The Punishment of Luxury” (Single Mix) 4. “The Punishment of Luxury” (12-inch Extended Mix) 5. “Lampe Licht” 6. “The Punishment of Luxury” (Manhattan Clique Remix) 7. “What Have We Done” (Single Mix) 8. “What Have We Done” (12-inch Extended Mix) 9. “HAHAHA” 10. “What Have We Done” (Chicky & Coco Remix) PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS OMD unveils 2018 North American tour in support of ‘The Punishment of Luxury’ Watch: OMD covers David Bowie’s classic anthem ‘Heroes’ live on BBC Radio 2 Watch: OMD debuts video for title track off upcoming ‘The Punishment of Luxury’ Listen: OMD, ‘Isotype’ — classic-sounding new single off ‘The Punishment of Luxury’ OMD announces ‘The Punishment of Luxury’ album, tour — hear first new song off record More...
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    13th November 2017, 02:12 PM
    Bad news from Portland, Fred Cole is no more, the American punk icon died on November 9 from liver disease. Cole played with several bands since the 1960s but was linked mostly with the garage punk... More...
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    13th November 2017, 01:42 PM
                 Record Rack: A round-up of the week’s new albums, expanded reissues and/or box sets, appearing each Monday on Slicing Up Eyeballs. All releases due out this Friday unless noted. MorrisseyRELEASE: Low in High School BACKSTORY: The former Smiths frontman this week will release his 11th solo album, and first since 2014’s World Peace Is None of Your Business. The 11-song album features “Spent the Day in Bed,” “I Wish You Lonely” and more. BUY: Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk, iTunes MadnessRELEASE: Full House: The Very Best of Madness BACKSTORY: The classic ska-pop act is anthologized with a new 42-song best-of package, out this week in the U.K. as both a 2CD and 4LP set. Includes “House of Fun,” “One Step Beyond,” “Baggy Trousers” and more. BUY: Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk, iTunes PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS This week’s new releases: Hüsker Dü box set, plus R.E.M., Tears For Fears, Neil Finn This week’s new releases: Billy Bragg’s new protest songs, plus INXS ‘Kick 30’ box set This week’s new releases: The Dead Milkmen, Alison Moyet, Frankie Goes to Hollywood This week’s new releases: The Smiths, The The, The Jam and Pet Shop Boys More...
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    13th November 2017, 06:15 AM
    “Dark Wave,” hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs’ Matt Sebastian, airs 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. EDT every Sunday on Sirius XM satellite radio’s 1st Wave (Channel 33). The most recent two episodes also are available via Sirius XM’s On Demand service for online subscribers. Pictured: Fields of the Nephilim HOUR 1 The Chameleons, “Soul in Isolation” (Strange Times) 1,000 Homo DJs, “Apathy” (Side Trax) The The, “Dogs of Lust” (Dusk) Fields of the Nephilim, “Reanimator” (Dawnrazor) Echo & The Bunnymen, “All that Jazz” (Crocodiles) The Gun Club, “She’s Like Heroin to Me” (Fire of Love) The Sisters of Mercy, “Temple of Love” (A Slight Case of Overbombing) Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, “City of Refuge” (Tender Prey) 1919, “Repulsion” (Repulsion) The Jesus and Mary Chain, “Reverence” (Honey’s Dead) Nine Inch Nails, “Metal” (Remix Version) (Things Falling Apart) Fingerprintz, “Wet Job” (The Very Dab) The Cassandra Complex, “Motherad” (Grenade) HOUR 2 The Cure, “The Holy Hour” (Faith) Joy Division, “These Days” (Heart and Soul) The Normal, “T.V.O.D.” (Warm Leatherette) For Against, “Daylight” (Echelons) Depeche Mode, “Little 15” (Music For the Masses) Revolting Cocks, “We Shall Cleanse the World” (Big Sexy Land) The Sugarcubes, “Delicious Demon” (Life’s Too Good) The Church, “One Day” (Seance) Alien Sex Fiend, “Sample My Sausage” (Another Planet) Asylum Party, “Julia” (Picture One) Kraftwerk, “The Model” (The Man Machine) Killing Joke, “Eighties” (Live) (BBC In Concert) Bauhaus, “Mask” (Mask) Clan of Xymox, “Masquerade” (Medusa) Abecedarians, “Wildflower” (Eureka) Ministry, “Smothered Hope” (Box) Red Lorry Yellow Lorry, “Monkey’s On Juice” (Talk About the Weather) HOUR 3 Fad Gadget, “Collapsing New People” (Gag) Japan, “Ghosts” (Tin Drum) The Jazz Butcher, “Marine” (Muscovite Mix) (Draining the Glass) Lowlife, “Sometime Something” (Permanent Sleep) Public Image Ltd., “Poptones” (BBC Session) (Plastic Box) Siouxsie and the Banshees, “Nicotine Stain” (The Scream) Dalis Car, “Artemis” (The Waking Hour) Christian Death, “Haloes” (The Iron Mask) David J, “Stranded Trans-Atlantic Hotel Nearly Famous Blues” (Songs From Another Season) Comsat Angels, “Red Planet” (To Before) The Psychedelic Furs, “India” (The Psychedelic Furs) The Smiths, “Headmaster Ritual” (Meat is Murder) Love and Rockets, “Holiday on the Moon” (Express) New Order, “Thieves Like Us” (Substance) Got a request for a future episode? Leave it in the comments below. PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (11/5/17) Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (10/29/17) Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (10/22/17) Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (10/15/17) More...
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    11th November 2017, 05:51 PM
    We here at Slicing Up Eyeballs HQ are, admittedly, not fans of sport, but were nevertheless duly impressed to see the jumbotron operator at a Washington Wizards basketball game this past week throw the camera onto local fan Guy Picciotto, an icon of D.C.’s post-hardcore scene after his pivotal role in both Rites of Spring and Fugazi. The image was captured by Washington Post music critic (and former Q and Not U guitarist) Chris Richards, who tweeted, “Koolest Wizards jumbotron screengrab of all time?” We’d agree. Piciotto, of course, is no stranger to a basketball hoop, as you can see below. Koolest Wizards jumbotron screengrab of all time? pic.twitter.com/XV6Xt4R8D1 — Chris _ _ Richards (@Chris__Richards) November 10, 2017 PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS Listen: ‘Everybody Wants Somewhere,’ a 21-track tribute to Fugazi by California indie acts New releases: Depeche Mode, The Cure, David Bowie, Nick Cave, The Jam, Fugazi, Bryan Ferry Chris Lawhorn releasing ‘Fugazi Edits’ LP that samples every song in band’s discography Video: Dead Milkmen cover Fugazi’s ‘Waiting Room’ — plus, West Coast gigs in May More...
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    11th November 2017, 05:18 AM
                 Chuck Mosley, the early frontman who appeared on the first two albums by hard-to-pin-down Bay Area outfit Faith No More and later replaced H.R. in seminal hardcore group Bad Brains, died this week “due to the disease of addiction,” his family announced today. He was 57. Mosley had just released a new album last week with the industrial group Primitive Race, which also featured The Melvins’ Dale Crover and guitarist Mark Gemini Thwaite (Peter Murphy, The Mission). His family released the following statement: “After a long period of sobriety, Charles Henry Mosley III lost his life on November 9th, 2017 due to the disease of addiction. We’re sharing the manner in which he passed in the hopes that it might serve as a warning or wake-up call or beacon to anyone else struggling to fight for sobriety. He is survived by long-term partner Pip Logan, two daughters, Erica and Sophie and his grandson Wolfgang Logan Mosley. The family will be accepting donations for funeral expenses. Details to follow when arranged.” Faith No More, which had performed with Mosley a few times since 2010, also released a statement: “It’s with a heavy, heavy heart we acknowledge the passing of our friend and bandmate, Chuck Mosley. He was a reckless and caterwauling force of energy who delivered with conviction and helped set us on a track of uniqueness and originality that would not have developed the way it had had he not been a part. How fortunate we are to have been able to perform with him last year in a reunion style when we re-released our very first record. His enthusiasm, his sense of humor, his style and his bravado will be missed by so many. We were a family, an odd and dysfunctional family, and we’ll be forever grateful for the time we shared with Chuck.” Mosley joined Faith No More in 1984, replacing Courtney Love, who’d had a short stint fronting the band. Mosley appeared on the band’s first two albums — 1985’s We Care a Lot and 1987’s Introduce Yourself — both of which featured different versions of “We Care a Lot,” perhaps the singer’s best-known song. By 1988, though, Mosley had been dismissed from the band, and would be replaced by Mike Patton, who appeared on 1989’s The Real Thing and its breakthrough single “Epic.” Mosley would go on to spend time in Bad Brains in the early ’90s, and form his own group Cement. He’d eventually reconnect with Faith No More, sharing a stage with his former banmdates a few time in the past decade. Below, the video for “We Care a Lot.” One of the last true punks of the Old School-Raw. Rude.Unruly. A sad, hard way to go. Too young. Rest In Peace. More...
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    9th November 2017, 06:25 PM
    For the first time ever, one of the most classic VNV Nation albums, “Empires”, is being released on vinyl. There are 2 versions available, a black one (which you can order right here) and... More...
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    8th November 2017, 05:40 PM
    Placebo Effect will release their new album “Shattered Souls” in March 2018, their first new CD in 20 years. You can already listen to a first teaser called “Voices from Hell”... More...
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    7th November 2017, 07:26 PM
    Here’s a new compilation that caught our attention: “Synth Slovakia 2017”. The release will be out on November 11 and is a collection of 15 synth-pop electro oriented bands/projects... More...
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