Drew Zaragoza Debuts New Holiday Tune ‘Gypsy Christmas’

Independent singer-songwriter Drew Zaragoza is giving audiences a new way to celebrate the holidays.

Zaragoza released his new single ‘Gypsy Christmas’ Dec. 1. The song boasts a gentle, flowing musical arrangement that will appeal easily to fans of acts, such as Jack Johnson and Bon Iver.  Its lyrical content is just as simple as its musical content.

Zaragosa talked about that content in a recent interview.

“Christmas has always been my favorite holiday, and the modern commercialism of it can make it stressful, which is the opposite of what it is about,” he said.  “This song is about getting away from that modern commercialism.”

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‘Gypsy Christmas’ originally premiered online at mxdwn and is the first new music from the Los Angeles-based musical artist since the release of his EP Child of the Sun.  ‘Audiences can download ‘Gypsy Christmas’ here.

More information on Drew Zaragoza is available online now at:


Website: http://zaragozamusician.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/drewzmusic


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Remember The Monsters Debuts New Single, ‘Close Encounters’

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Independent melodic hard rock band Remember The Monsters has some more new music for audiences to enjoy.

The band debuted the video for its latest single ‘Close Encounters‘ Oct. 18.  the video’s premiere came almost five months after the band debuted the video for its then latest single ‘Sink.’

The musical arrangement at the center of ‘Close Encounters’ is, as noted, a melodic hard rock composition that will appeal to fans of the emo/pop-punk realm.  The comparison to Silverstein is easily made here to name just one similar act.

In terms of the song’s lyrical content, it clearly focuses on the oft-visited topic of a broken relationship, with front man Julian Comeau singing in the song’s lead verse, “Met her in the fire/Without her in the rain/Push me closer to the edge/Maybe I’m a liar/Maybe I’m insane/Hanging from this ledge/Really need to make this work/Even though it f****** hurts/Tell me what you see/I’m running on empty/Just trying to be me/Can’t be what you need/Stop trying to save me/Or you’ll be on empty, too.”  He continues in the song’s second verse, “Falling even faster/Don’t wanna find my grip/I’m just trying to lose my senses/Believe me I’m trying/But baby, it’s your chains/they tore down my defenses/Really need to make this work/Even though it f****** hurts.”

More information on Remember The Monsters’ latest single is available online now along with all of the band’s latest news and more at:


Website: http://www.rememberthemonsters.net

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Porn Announces Release Date For New LP, ‘No Monsters In God’s Eyes — Act III’

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Goth-rock band Porn will release its new album next year.

The is scheduled to release its new album No Monsters In god’s Eyes — Act III March 20, 2020.  The album is the third in a trilogy, which started with The Ogre Inside — Act I in 2017.

A trailer for No Monster’s In God’s Eyes — Act III is streaming online now here. The album’s track listing is noted below.


20 – Dead in every eyes
21 – High summer sun – Part 1
22 – A lovely day
23 – Low winter hope – Part 1
24 – In an endless dream
25 – Low winter hope – Part 2
26 – Sky outside
27 – High summer sun – Part 2
28 – Some happy moments
29 – God’s creatures
30 – Low winter hope – Part 3
31 – Among dark red roses
32 – Mr Strangler’s last words
Digipack – 13 tracks – 59 minutes

Porn, which has shared the stage with acts, such as Murderdolls, Front Line Assembly and Hanoi Rocks, got its name from The Cure’s 1982 album Pornography.  The band claims as influences, bands, such as Type O Negative, Nine Inch Nails and Tool.

More information on Porn’s new album is available online now along with all of the band’s latest news and more at:


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Angeles Announces New Live Dates

Courtesy: Dark Star Records

Rock band Angeles will open the new year with a new slate of live dates.

According to a news release, the band will open 2020 with a performance Jan. 2 at the famed Whisky A Go-Go. Rough Riot will join the band for that show. The band will follow up that performance with a concert Jan. 17 at the Universal Bar & Grill and another Feb. 14 at Sunshine Studio in Colorado Springs, CO.

After taking off some time to rest and recharge, the band will perform live March 7 at Petie’s Place in Los Angeles, CA. A return date March 27 at the Whisky A Go-Go is also scheduled along with a show April 19 at the Rainbow Bar & Grill in Hollywood, CA.

Before it launches its new year’s dates, the band will close out 2019 with performances Dec. 29 and Dec. 31 at the Whisky A Go-Go and Wood Music Studios respectively.

Angeles’ current tour schedule is in support of the band’s latest album Fire It Up. The album is scheduled for release Dec. 13 through Dark Star Records.  More information on Angeles’ upcoming tour dates, news and more at:


Website: http://angelesband.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheAngelesBand

Twitter: http://twitter.com/Angelestheband


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Disney Announces ‘Maleficent: Mistress Of Evil’ Release Date, Specs

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Walt Disney Studios’ MaleficentMistress of Evil next month.

The follow-up to the studio’s 2014 movie Maleficent, it is scheduled for release on Jan. 14.  It will be available online Dec. 31.

This time, Maleficent and her Goddaughter Aurora find themselves navigating difficult family waters as Aurora is set to marry Prince Phillip.  After years of growing together, the pair’s relationship starts to strain.  Making things even more difficult is the ongoing strain between humans and fairies.

Courtesy: Walt Disney Studios

The upcoming home release of MaleficentMistress of Evil features a variety of bonuses, such as behind the scenes interviews with the cast and crew, visual effects profile and extended scenes.  The full list of bonus features is noted below.

  • Lickspittle – Fantasy-film veteran Warwick Davis considers how every aspect of the film’s design inspired his tragic character.
  • Extended Scenes
    • The Queen Comforts Aurora – Queen Ingrith takes advantage of Aurora’s fragile state to gain her confidence and accelerate the wedding plans.
    • Philip and Aurora Dance – Aurora struggles to gain Queen Ingrith’s approval when she realizes how she is viewed among aristocracy.
  • Featurettes
    • Origins of the Fey – Angelina Jolie discusses Maleficent’s lore, her newly discovered origins, and the diversity of the cast who portray the Fey.
    • Aurora’s Wedding – Elle Fanning gushes over Aurora’s fairytale wedding; plus, hear from some special guests as they give their best to the bride and groom.
    • If You Had Wings – Get a glimpse of the elaborate visual effects that allow the Fey to take to the skies.
    • “Maleficent: Mistress of Evil” VFX Reel – Discover how a perfect blend of practical and visual effects were used to create the stunning landscapes in “Maleficent: Mistress of Evil.”
  • Outtakes – Uncooperative cats, a serious case of the giggles and even the “floss dance” found their way into Ulstead.
  • “You Can’t Stop The Girl” – Music video performed by Bebe Rexha

More information on MaleficentMistress of Evil is available online now at:


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Twitter: http://twitter.com/Maleficent


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‘Good Omens’ Is Its Own Good Omen For The Future Of Television, Streaming Programming

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Salvation comes in strange and unexpected fashions.  Author Neil Gaiman spoke those words in one of the bonus features included in the recently released home release of Amazon Studios and BBC’s Good Omens.  It is also the central theme of the mini-series, adapted from the novel of the same name, which was co-written by Gaiman and the late Terry Pratchett.  The mini-series created quite a stir among audiences when it made its streaming debut through Amazon in May.  Some loved it while others alleged it promoted something other than Christian beliefs and values.  Those who claimed it promoted anti-Christian beliefs clearly did not watch the six-hour mini-series.  Had those naysayers watched the program, they would have seen that if anything, it in fact presents some very positive messages, some of which are actually very pro-Christian.  Those noted messages incorporated into the story, go a long way toward making the program well worth watching. They will be discussed a little later.  The story at the center of the program forms the program’s foundation.  The noted bonus content that is featured with the program’s home release adds to the set’s presentation slightly.  The cast’s on-camera work also adds a certain element of enjoyment to the program.  When it is considered alongside the program’s primary content and messages, the whole of those elements makes Good Omens a presentation that is one of this year’s top new box sets for grown-ups.

Amazon Studios and BBC’s recent small-screen adaptation of Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchatt’s novel Good Omens is one of the most surprisingly enjoyable television offerings to come along so far this year.  While perhaps not necessarily memorable long timer, it is still quite the enjoyable program to watch at least once.  That is due in part to the program’s primary content – its story and related messages.  The story in question follows the angel Aziraphale and demon Crowley as the duo partners to prevent Armageddon from happening.  The angel and his fallen angel friend are not the only ones trying to stop an 11 year-old antichrist.  Anathema Device (Adrai Arjona – True Detective, Pacific Rim: Uprising, Life of the Party) also wants to stop the antichrist.  Not to give away too much for those who have yet to watch the series, but it isn’t the group that stops Armageddon from happening, but rather a much more unexpected group.  That group will be left for the noted audiences to discover for themselves.  Getting back on topic, the idea of the good guys and bad guys teaming up to stop the ultimate evil is anything but new in the literary, cinematic and television realm.  It is an oft-used trope that spans the entertainment spectrum.  Even with that in mind, the way in which the topic was approached in this case is still original, giving audiences reason enough to watch the program.

The story itself gives audiences reason to watch, clearly.  Looking deeper within the story, it actually boasts its own share of interesting content to add to its presentation.  Right from the start of the story, Adam and Eve are dark-skinned rather than white.  It is good to see someone buck the trend of white-washing everything, instead opting for something more realistic.  At another point, Aziraphale tells Crowley that the flood was actually localized, rather than global.  It is a subtle statement, but one that is certain to create its own share of discussion since it, in its own way, argues that we should not take the bible verbatim.  On another level, Adam’s admonishment of both sides that they want to have their war just to see who is better, at the cost of mankind, is sure to generate even more discussion among viewers.  These and other plot elements tied into the story make the story in whole well worth the watch.  They are just a portion of what makes it so intriguing.  The messages that are tied into the story add their own interest to the mini-series’ presentation.

One of the most notable of the series’ messages is raised through Crowley’s personal growth.  Crowley is a fallen angel, but over time, he realizes that he is not as evil as he would like to think he is.  He, like Aziraphale, starts to think more for himself, rather than just giving in blindly to “the infallible plan.”  He proves that even those who are bad likely are actually good deep down.  This certainly doesn’t sound like something evil.  Rather, it is the exact opposite, proving again that the mini-series’ naysayers clearly did not watch the program.  It is just one of the key messages incorporated into the six-hour run of Good Omens.  The program presents plenty of other positive messages that audiences will appreciate.

One of the other notable messages incorporated into the whole of Good Omens is that of looking past our differences and accepting others.  Crowley and Aziraphale are polar opposites.  Crowley is a demon and Aziraphale is an angel.  On a deeper level though, both figures are still angels.  One of the duo is just a fallen angel, so in reality the two are still more alike than they are unalike.  The pair realizes this over the eons and learns to look past the differences, in turn becoming longtime friends.

Yet another key message incorporated into Good Omens is that we are the masters of our own fates.  Adam might have been prophesied to have been the catalyst for Armageddon, but he ends up making his own choice, leading to the story’s unexpected ending.  Whether this message (like the others noted) was intended is anyone’s guess.  That is because nowhere in any of the bonus commentary is this discussed.  This will be addressed a little later.  Either way, the message is there.  Just because someone says that we are this or we are that does not mean we have to abide by what they say.  We make our own choices about our lives.  It is up to us what we do in our lives. Between this message, that of thinking for ourselves rather than blindly following, and that of overlooking cultural differences, the messages that are incorporated into the story of Good Omens, the obvious allegorical nature of the novel (and its TV adaptation) makes for more than enough reason to watch this mini-series.  When the messages noted here are considered with the show’s overall story and its plot elements, the whole of that content makes even clearer why this program is worth the watch.  They are just a part of what makes the set worth viewing.  The bonus content featured with the set adds its own touch to the mini-series’ presentation.

The bonus content spread across Good Omens’ two discs is worth noting because of the background that it adds to the show’s presentation.  The feature-length commentary featured with each of the show’s six episodes features discussions on topics, such as the program’s set and costume design, its adaptation from its literary source material and its symbolism.  Viewers learn through the commentary in the show’s fourth episode, that star Michael Sheen was very particular about his character’s attire and that the wings on the delivery man’s uniform were related not just to angels, but to a certain mythological figure.  There is also a discussion in Episode Four’s commentary about the use of Adam’s friends as their own “four horsemen.”  Of course even without that note, it was obvious in watching the episode that they were representative of the horsemen in their own  right.

In the commentary for Episode Three, viewers learn that the half-hour opening segment used for the episode was not actually included in Gaiman and Pratchett’s novel.  Speaking of sequences, viewers learn from Gaiman himself that the mini-series’ very opening sequence, which features Frances McDormand as the voice of God, was a direct transfer from the novel, but almost ended up in a different portion of the episode than where it ended up.  Late in the mini-series’ final episode, there is mention of a possible second season, but Gaiman never does confirm if a second season was even in the planning.  Considering that there were protests by some groups against this program, those protests apparently did not succeed, taking Gaiman’s statements into consideration.  It sounds like odds are there was little to no chance of a second season for the show.

The feature-length audio commentaries featured with each of the show’s episodes add their own share of engagement and entertainment for viewers, as noted here.  The items discussed here are but a portion of the content featured in the commentaries.  Each commentary included in this mini-series features far more than what is shown here, but for all that they offer, none of the commentaries features discussion on theology or anything related to it.  The closest that any discussion comes is in the first episode’s commentary in which a brief comment is made about Adam and Eve being dark-skinned.  Other than that, there is barely any talk by anyone involved, about the show’s religious roots.  It would have been nice to have received some discussion on that item.  It doesn’t make the commentaries unwatchable, but does detract from their enjoyment.  Of course, considering the messages and plot elements tied in to the story, viewers are sure to create their own discussions anyway.  To that end, the lack of any talks on theology doesn’t detract from the program too much.

The commentaries featured with each of Good Omens’ add their own touch to the whole of the mini-series’ presentation, and are just a portion of the key bonus content featured with the show’s home release.  The “Page To Screen” bonus, which is essentially just a “making of” featurette features interviews with Sheen and co-star David Tenant, along with appearances by Jon Hamm and others.  Audiences learn from Hamm that he worked to make Gabriel unlikeable, just for comedy’s sake. He jokes about making Gabriel that workplace boss figure that everyone hates.  He does an outstanding job of his performance, too.  Tenant and Sheen offer their own insights into working on the program.  Each actor’s commentary on that aspect adds its own share of appreciation for the show.  When it is considered along with Hamm’s discussions and those of the show’s other cast members, the whole of everything here makes this yet another key addition to Good Omens’ presentation.  All of that bonus content, considered with the show’s story, plot elements and messages, makes the program in whole that much more entertaining and engaging for everyone.  They make Good Omens in whole one of the year’s most surprising new shows and most surprisingly entertaining.

BBC and Amazon Studios’ Good Omens is a presentation that viewers looking for an alternative to everything on broadcast television will appreciate.  That is due in part to its story, which is original in a variety of ways.  The plot elements and messages that are tied into the story add even more engagement and entertainment for viewers.  The bonus content adds its own touch to the mini-series in its home release.  That is despite a clear lack of any talks on theology, that could and would have added even more to the whole of the show’s home release.  Even with that in mind, the whole of the items discussed here makes Good Omens its own good omen for the future of television.  More information on this and other titles from BBC is available online at:




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Angeles Proves The 80s Are Gone, But Not Forgotten In Its Latest LP

Courtesy: Dark Star Records

The 1980s was of the most significant ages in the modern history of music.  It was during that era that some of the biggest names in popular music rose to fame.  Bands, such as Guns ‘N’ Roses, Motley Crue (who recently announced they are heading back out on the road) and Def Leppard are among the many acts whose stars rose years.  For all of the well-known acts who rose to fame there were just as many who while perhaps successful, were not as well-known as others.  Los-Angeles based rock and roll band Angeles was one of the bands that fell into the latter category.  The band has released 11 full-length studio recordings since its formation way back in 1977.  It will release its 12th album Dec. 13 through Dark Star Records.  The 11-song album is a presentation that will appeal primarily to the band’s most devoted fans and the most devoted fans of the big hair era with its musical arrangements and lyrical content.  One of the songs featured in the 37-minute record that the noted audiences will most enjoy comes late in the album’s run in the form of ‘Wicked.’  That song will be addressed shortly.  ‘Anti-Social Media,’ which directly addresses the impact of social media on the world, is another work that will appeal to audiences.  ‘Eye of The Storm’ is yet another notable addition to the album’s whole.  Each song plays its own part in making Fire It Up a work that the noted audiences will enjoy.  When they are considered along with the album’s other works, the whole of the album proves itself a work that any hair metal enthusiast will appreciate.

Veteran hair metal band Angeles’ latest full-length studio recording Fire It Up is a record that is certain to get any hair metal enthusiast and fan of the band fired up.  That is due to the pure 80s rock sounds that make up the body of the album and the record’s lyrical content.  One of the most notable of the songs that will appeal to the noted listeners comes late in the album’s run in the form of ‘Wicked.’  The song’s musical arrangement is one of those familiar brooding down-tuned works that were so common during the age of big hair and big riffs.  It boasts an ominous tone that helps to illustrate the song’s lyrical message, which itself presents something quite heavy.

Singer Gwendolyn Casella sings in the song’s lead verse, “Wicked things make great bedfellows/I live behind the corners of your mind/Watching and waiting/For the innocence/That you left behind.”  She continues in the song’s second verse, “I am a neutron star/Ripping at your seams/Under your rock bottom/Chewing up your dreams/My nightmare’s listening/Listens for your screams/Until time cracks its knuckles and its neck/Your knees will buckle while you’re wondering what’s next/You think that time will let you feel and heal your fate/You think you know that truth/But you don’t know my pain.  She adds in the song’s third and final verse, “I am those white lines in the sky/I am a hungry baby’s cry/I am scar tissues on your thigh/I am the killer storm/The silver on your back/I sold your soul for a bag of black/You look just like a deer/Caught in a fog light/I held you hostage in a knife fight or your life/I live between the trigger and the exit wound/I am silence sneaking through/I am wicked.”  By and large, there is a lot of metaphorical speak here, with the mention of the “neutron star ripping you apart” and the “scar tissue on your thigh.”  That latter note is a bit of a head scratcher.  However, when the song reaches the point of the subject saying, “I live between the trigger and the exit wound,” the song’s topic seems to be come a bit clearer.  The song’s subject is the negative force that is everywhere in the world.  That is, at least, this critic’s interpretation.  It would seem to make sense, considering that early note as Casella sings in the song’s lead verse, “I live behind the corners of your mind/Watching and waiting/For the innocence/That you left behind.”  It comes across as being that negative force that looks to bring down a person at the first chance, so maybe this was written by one of the band’s members as he or she was at a low point in life and trying to get out of that funk that we all reach at one point or another.  To that end, the song’s brooding lyrical content and musical arrangement couple to make it a work that will resonate with a wide range of listeners.  It is just one of the songs that serves to make Fire It Up an album that will appeal to the aforementioned listeners.  ‘Anti-Social Media’ offers its own interest to the noted listeners.

‘Anti-Social Media’ is notable in part because of its musical arrangement, which is a stark contrast from that of ‘Wicked.’  This time out, the band – Dale Lytle (guitar), Casella (vocals, flute), Danny Basulto (drums) and Cal Shelton (bass) – presents a distinctly 80s garage rock sound instead of the brooding nature of ‘Wicked.’  It is just full-on bombast, but again, with that noted garage rock sound.  Keeping that in mind, it will again appeal to a very targeted audience.  The song’s raw sound works with the clear commentary in the song’s lyrical theme to add more interest to the song in whole.

There is not doubt here as to the song’s subject matter.  This is another song that broaches the matter of social media and the negative impact that it has had (and continues to have) on society.  Casella sings in the song’s lead verse, “How many likes on Facebook did you get/That Snapchat filter makes you look like my cat/How many comments did you get on your blog/That Snapchat filter makes you look like my dog/What’s the latest fashion/What brand are those shoes/I don’t give a f***/I’ll wear whatever I choose/I’ll post on Instagram what I want you to see/Please “Like” it, “Share” it, comment/I need you to validate me.”  Again, there’s no doubt left as to this song’s topic.  The rest of the song follows in similar fashion, lyrically speaking.  What is really interesting here is the note of the Snapchat filters making people look like an animal.  That is a real filter, and for some odd reason, people do that.  It makes no sense to this critic and many other sound-minded individuals.  What the song does here though, is make those people who use the noted filter look like individuals who are less sound-minded.  It is used as an insult in this case.  That was smart writing.  Given, this song is hardly the first of its kind to ever be crafted, but in an age when people really have become so dependent on social media to the point that it has become so pervasive, any song that addresses the downside of social media is good and welcome.  To that end, it is just one more of the songs that will interest Angeles’ fans and those of 80s hair metal.  ‘Eye of the Storm’ will also find interest among the noted audiences.

The musical element of ‘Eye of the Storm’ is again more standard 80s hair metal a la Poison, Def Leppard, Motley Crue, etc.  The big riffs are there along with everything else that will appeal to fans of such music.  It is a sound in this case that is quite familiar not just in that aspect, but in relation to the rest of the album’s compositions.  Keeping that in mind, it will, again, appeal specifically to the band’s target audiences in itself.  The song’s lyrical content adds its own share of interest for audiences.

The lyrical content at the heart of ‘Eye of the Storm’ is relatively straight forward.  It comes across as a statement about the band’s devotion to doing what it does no matter what.  This is inferred as Casella sings in the song’s lead verse, “It’s the way I’m living/Few will understand/It ain’t just for the music/Playing in a rock and roll band/try to keep it together/Sittin’ on the ledge/And people Look crazy/going over the edge/there’s gonna be haters/S*** talkers, too/Stayin’ true to the music/Doing what you gotta do/It’s the eye of the storm.”  This makes clear the noted statement at the song’s center.  Casella continues in the song’s second verse, “The mission you can’t explain/But you stay the course/There’s gonna be casualties/But there’s no remorse/Gotta keep it together/Hanging on the ledge/But people look crazy/Going over the ledge/There’s gonna be haters/S*** talkers, too…It’s the eye of the storm.”  Once again, here we have a standard song about a band and its members sticking to its convictions and aim.  Yet again, this is hardly the first time that any cat has ever crafted such a lyrical presentation.  Even with that in mind, the thoughts discussed here are thoughts that so many acts deal with and have dealt with.  If not for maintaining their aim and convictions, audiences might not have (and have had) many of the great acts to enjoy throughout the years.  It serves as a reminder to those other acts, regardless of experience, to not give up and keep following their dreams.  Keeping this in mind, it stands on its own merits, and adds even more appeal to the aforementioned audiences for this album.  When this song is considered alongside the likes of ‘Anti-Social Media,’ ‘Wicked’ and the rest of the album’s entries, the whole of Fire It Up that will certainly get Angeles’ fans just as fired up as those fans of old school 80s hair metal.

Angeles’ latest album Fire It Up presents the veteran rock outfit as a band that still has a certain fire burning with its members.  That is proven through all three of the songs noted here.  They are a snapshot of the musical and lyrical content that will appeal widely to the band’s fans and those of old school 80s hair metal.  The noted songs and the rest of the album’s works come together to make the record in whole, a work that will get a very distinct audience range fired up.  More information on Fire It Up is available online now along with all of Angeles’ latest news and more at:




Website: http://www.angelesband.com

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Twitter: http://twitter.com/AngelesTheBand




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