Tag Archives: Sex Pistols

Sex Pistols to release limited edition Anarchy In The UK single for Record Store Day

Sex Pistols have revealed that they will release a limited edition 7” of their first ever single ‘Anarchy In The UK’ on the 21st April for Record Store Day. The re-mastered single will also feature the original b-side track ‘I Wanna Be Me’ and will be limited to just 3,500 copies.

Read more
Slam Cartel

Interview: Slam Cartel

London rockers Slam Cartel are due to play Hammerfest in a few weeks time and I had the opportunity to submit some questions to member Terry Warville about the band and their past and future. For all of our readers who are new to you, can you give us a short description about Slam Cartel […]

Read more

Sex Pistols to release 35th anniversary edition of Never Mind The Bollocks Here’s The Sex Pistols

Universal Music Catalogue UK (UMC UK) has announced that they have signed the Sex Pistols after they left Virgin Records following the acquisition of their classic catalogue for release worldwide excluding North America. The label now plans to release a special 35th anniversary expended and repackaged edition of ‘Never Mind The Bollocks, Here’s The Sex […]

Read more

Vince Neil Tattoos & Tequila album details

Details regarding Vince Neil’s new solo album have emerged and the digital only release doesn’t have much solo originality about it. The album features only two brand new songs and the other ten tracks are covers of artists who have influenced him throughout his career. With a set release on June 4th, the track listing […]

Read more

Malcolm McLaren Dies, Aged 64

On 8th April 2010 the world of music lost a legend. Malcolm McLaren, who rose to fame as the manager of one of the UK’s most successful punk rock bands, was a highly influential character in the world of music and will no doubt be sorely missed by music fans all over the country. Most […]

Read more

Carnifex – “Dude. Backstreets Back.”

Genres are a curious thing. By their very definition they have an inherent flaw when used to define music, because they are a written attempt to describe something that cannot have a dialectic equivalent. But in the absence of a better means of communicating how something sounds, genres are forced to suffice. Sometimes it works […]

Read more

Public Image Ltd may record again

As Johnny Rotten makes his return to the stage with Public Image Ltd in December, questions were asked as to whether he will record another album.

Read more