Incubating for 20 years, and recording from June to August this year in their bedrooms, local progressive rock band Forbidden Planet recently launched their debut album, From The Bedroom To Oblivion. Despite having to juggle between their day jobs, social lives, and family commitments, the four-man band’s first album boasts impressive guitar works, awesome technical instrumental skills and great postproduction mixing.
After “5 years of blood, sweat and tears”, local “oriental metal” band Across the Abyss has launched their debut album, Silhouettes of a Perfect World, the band’s first, and highly ambitious attempt to marry oriental and occidental sounds.
Ever wanted to watch the original Queen live? For three days in June at a cost of $25 you can lap up every moment of their 1981 Montreal concert remastered with surround sound.
The eclectic front man of My Chemical Romance will always be remembered as the mastermind behind the band’s visual and musical revolutions. Despite the end of the era, his debut effort features the same aesthetics – sans the alter ego.
What do you get when a “tired dumb bloke who is stuck in his own world with mischief and mayhem” makes his debut album?
That’s right, the pun is intended. You’d catch my drift if you check out his reverbnation page (oh I do love making double entendres).