The Insane Show 402 we have independent music videos from Crucified Barbara, Barb Wire Dolls, Helion Prime, Dellacoma, Once Human, Semblant and The Rotted. The Insane Show 402 is part of Season 4 and is the 2nd episode of the season.
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The Insane Show 402 Order of Appearance
- Crucified Barbara – “Rock Me Like the Devil” – Stockholm, Sweden
- Barb Wire Dolls – “Blind to Your Misery” – Los Angeles, California
- Helion Prime – “Life Finds A Way” – Sacramento, California
- Dellacoma – “Time Falls Away” – Melbourne, Australia
- Once Human – “Eye of Chaos” – Parts Unknown
- Semblant – “What Lies Ahead” – Curitiba, Brasil
- The Rotted – “Rotted Fucking Earth” – London, United Kingdom
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Crucified Barbara Raw, hyper-commercial heavy metal songsmix knuckleduster brutality with the spiteful caress of pointy painted fingernails. The comparisons might be facile but we’re gonna make ’em anyway: this is Runaways crossed with Motörhead; Cherie Currie cavorting with Lemmy Kilmister; Joan Jett jiving with ‘Fast’ Eddie… and we can’t even begin to tell you what Jackie Fox is up to.
Barb Wire Dolls
Barb Wire Dolls are one of the most vital new bands in music today, representing all that is inspiring and furious about rock and roll. Hailing from an artist commune on the island of Crete, the band sold everything they owned and left crisis-ridden Greece in 2010 for Los Angeles, at the invite of legendary KROQ DJ Rodney Bingenheimer. Upon their arrival in California, Barb Wire Dolls immediately sold out the world famous Roxy Theatre in Hollywood, boasting a live show that is second to none. The band has gone on to melt ears & hearts on 700 stages across 24 countries in just under five years.
Helion Prime was first conceived from a common love of metal and all things science. The band was founded when Jason Ashcraft (of Dire Peril) asked Heather Michele (of Graveshadow) to form a project with him. Between the two, they had worked with such artists as Mark Briody (Jag Panzer), Brittney Slayes (Unleash the Archers), Andy LaRocque (King Diamond), Ralph Scheepers (Primal Fear), Arjen Anthony Lucassen (Ayreon/Star One), and Niklas Isfeldt (Dream Evil). The concept; power metal with themes based on actual scientific theories with the occasional sci-fi tribute. The name Helion Prime was borrowed from an alien planet featured in the film “Chronicles of Riddick,” a movie the two were great fans of. She accepted the exciting proposition without hesitation. The two recorded their first demo track in June of 2014, and with the help of members from Dire Peril and Axiom, Helion Prime debuted their first live performance in August 2014 at the Boardwalk in Orangevale, CA. The dynamic duo then released their first EP on February 26th, 2015 with a full length album in the works. Helion Prime’s lineup was completed after bringing Jeremy Steinhouse on bass and Justin Herzer (of Axiom) on drums. In August of 2015, Helion Prime set out on their first tour, playing shows in Oregon, Nevada, California, and Utah. Their debut album is set to be released in early 2016 and will be featuring special guest Niklas Isfeldt of Dream Evil. Stay tuned all you power metal fanatics!
Dellacoma is a brash, explosive and hard hitting rock n roll band working tirelessly to blaze a trail thru the current cookie-cutter world of mainstream music. With a relevant yet familiar sound, a relentless work ethic and an exotic yet somehow natural formation (with 2 members hailing from Australia and 2 from Texas); this 4 piece outfit is primed and ready for action. Having already shared the stage with a slew of major acts (including Def Leppard, Skid Row, Black Label Society and Winger) and graced main stages at major festivals (including Rock USA, Rocklahoma, Rockin the Rivers and Rock Fest) they are pummelling their way around the world and gaining new fans along the way with their honest, raw and powerful songs and stage presence.
Once Human Evolution is not just the title of Once Human’s sophomore release, it’s an armor-plated declaration. Having made waves with their 2015 debut, The Life I Remember, the band have dramatically progressed beyond the melodic death metal sound of that release into something more complex, emotional, distinct, and devastatingly heavy. “Having been focused on recording, producing and developing bands, I had not picked up the guitar out of passion for twelve years but as soon as I started writing with Lauren (Hart, vocals) I fell in love with what we were making, and I wanted to play in the band and get back on stage,” states guitarist Logan Mader, whose name will be familiar to metalheads not only for his production and/or mixing work on records from the likes of Gojira, Fear Factory and Devildriver, but also as the original guitarist in Machine Head and his late 90s stint in Soulfly. “Our first record was getting the ball rolling, but now it’s as if we’re a totally different band. We really found our sound and our identity, it’s quite unique and I think what we’re doing is really on fire.”
Semblant Formed in the year of 2006 in Curitiba/PR, the Brazilian band Semblant has structured itself after a few line-up changes and is considered nowadays as one of the most important band of Dark/Gothic Metal in the country, classified by the specialized media as one of the first Vampiric Metal’s band in Brazil. Despite the characterizations, it is impossible to label the sound of the band, presenting an extremely heavy sound (lead by two seven-strings guitars and fast and precise drumming), besides the versatility on the vocals. With basis on their own identify and compositions, Semblant has already in five different Brazilian states promoting their songs and, continually, disseminating with extreme success their albums.
The Rotted play old school D-Beat Death Metal. Dark nihilistic lyrics are spat out over a wall of heavy as hell and fast as fuck music, just like your mother used to disapprove of. The Rotted are the soundtrack for the end of days.