“There was nothing, followed by everything…swirling, burning specks of creation that circled life-giving suns. God Doom…created the light.” -Rendition of Thor. This quote directly hit me after reading up on Marvel’s current “Secret Wars.” What makes this iteration different from writer Jim Shooter and artists Mike Zeck and Bob Layton’s Secret War run from 1984 to 1985?
Most reviews in regards to season finales dwell on big spoilers, and cliffhangers that get us in gear for the next season. In regards to the season 2 finale of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D titled S.O.S and The Flash season 1 finale called Fast Enough, I contemplate the two separate and vital styles between Marvel and DC’s emotionality of characters.
BABYMETAL–the Japan-based all-girl-fronted “Kawaii Metal” (mix of J-Pop Idol and Heavy Metal) group–have premiered the bonus tracks “Road of Resistance” and “Gimme Chocolate!!” (Live at O2 Academy Brixton, London), both of which are featured on the forthcoming re-release of their 2014 critically acclaimed self-titled debut album. The re-release, available in the U.S. only via RAL/Sony Music Entertainment, will be available digitally tomorrow (5/12) and physically on Tuesday, June 16. Meanwhile, Mexico will see the physical release Monday, May 18.
The Marvel Universe has been destroyed. The galaxy may be gone. But there are still places that need defending. Places that need Guardians. Today, Marvel is pleased to preset your first look at GUARDIANS OF KNOWHERE #1 – the explosive new Secret Wars series from blockbuster creators Brian Michael Bendis and Mike Deodato!
The latest full-length studio installation from experimental outfit, LOCRIAN, has been completed, as the longstanding trio prepares to release Infinite Dissolution through Relapse Records in late July. In addition to the expansive album’s release date, track listing, cover artwork and preorder links, a trailer containing samples of several of the record’s movements has also been issued to the public.
BROTHERS OF THE SONIC CLOTH – the Seattle doom brigade featuring iconic guitarist/vocalist Tad Doyle, formerly of Tad and Hog Molly, veteran bassist Peggy Doyle, and drummer Dave French (The Anunnaki) — will level the stages of nine cities with their apocalyptic odes on a long-anticipated bout of West Coast rituals.