Revelator Show 289: Black Moods, Kobra & The New Regime
On this episode of The Revelator Show podcast I welcome music guests The Black Moods, Kobra & The Lotus, and New Regime. This week’s Vulture music picks feature new music from former guests The Glorious Sons, Blacktop Mojo, and American Grim. I’ll also cover the death of Eddie Money, Ticketmaster and much more.
This week’s Guests:
The Black Moods:
Josh from the Black Moods joins me to talk about the bands recent tour with the Gin Blossoms and his relationship with them and Collective Soul. The band is set to hit the road again with Adelitas Way this Fall. You’ll hear the bands acoustic version of Bad News on this episode.
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Kobra & The Lotus:
I was able to talk with Paige while she and the band were on kicking off their tour with Sebastian Bach in Nashville.
The Calgary-based hard rock quintet KOBRA AND THE LOTUS has returned with their new studio album, Evolution, which will get a September 20 release via Napalm Records. The band released a lyric video for the new track “Get The F*ck Out Of Here”. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gltp7AedlL0
You can also check out photos form the bands set in Nashville here:
For more information about Kobra & The Lotus please visit: https://www.revelatorshow.com/2019-photos/8/29/Kobra-and-the-lotus
Ilan Rubin the drummer of Nine Inch Nails and Angels & Airwaves, has just released his new EP, Heart, on September 6th.The New Regime’s Heart Ep is part 1 of a 4 part in a series of EP’s set for release by The New Regime called Heart, Mind, Body, & Soul, which will be released throughout 2019 and 2020.Ilan and I talk in great detail about the EP and his current tour with Angels & Airwaves.
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These songs are heard on the TRS podcast this week.
1. The Glorious Sons-"The Ongoing Speculation into the Death of Rock and Roll: The bandhas released their new album titled "A War on Everything" You can hear my most recent interview with Jay Emmons
2. Blacktop Mojo-Can't Sleep: A band that I feel is going to be the break out artist of 2020 is Blacktop Mojo and their new album "Under The Sun" is a hard hitting combination of big riffs, in depth lyrics and a whole lot of Mojo.
You can check out my interview with the bands vocalist Matt James here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4HKcMroR-DY
you can also check out photos form the band’s first headlining set in Nashville here: https://www.revelatorshow.com/2019-photos/7/24-blacktopmojo-lullwater
3. American Grim-Nightmare: The band has announced their new album "Ultra Black" set for release November 1st. On this episode we'll spin the first single form the album Nightmare. You can check out my interview with the founder & vocalist form the band here: https://www.revelatorshow.com/shows/203
The Revelator Show photo catalog continues to grow. The newest editions to the site include photos & reviews.
Check out other photo galleries from 2017, 2018 and 2019. The photo galleries include photos & reviews of many artist including The Glorious Sons, 10 Years, Chevelle, Gemini Syndrome, Nothing More, Hell or High Water, Less Than Jake, All That Remains, Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Hum, Falling In Reverse, Highly Suspect, Pop Evil, Fozzy, Josh Todd and The Conflict, Bones, The Jesus Lizard. Dorothy Jasmine Cain Anthrax, Killswitch Engage, They Might Be Giants Anti-Flag Drop Kick Murphy’s Clutch, As The Crow Flies, Sevendust Awolnation, Everclear, Halestorm, Breaking Benjamin, Greta Van Fleet, In This Moment, 10 Years, Styx ,Plain White T’s Reverend Horton Heat, The Dead Deads, Buckcherry, Beasto Blanco Julien-K Vans Warped Tour, & The Pixies, Weezer Mayday Parade, Le Butcherettes, Goblin, The Wrecks, Bad Flower, 10 Years Them Evils Pop Evil. Clutch, Larkin Poe, Dorothy. Tesla Crowbar, Corrosion of Conformity Light The Torch, Welles Failure. From Ashes To New, Ice Nine Kills, Buckcherry, Rivals sons and Evanescence.