The Insane Show: #501

On The Insane Show #501 we welcome Sons of Blackwater from Houston, Texas U.S.A for a video interview with Heather H-Bomb and we have independent music videos from The Dirty Youth, Infected Rain, ORR, The Scars Heal in Time, ASOMVEL, Sons of Blackwater and Hold on Hollywood.

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Order of Appearance

  1. The Dirty Youth “Fight” – South Wales, U.K.
  2. Infected Rain “Orphan Soul” – Chisinau, Moldova
  3. ORR “Hydro Girl” – Houston, Texas U.S.A.
  4. The Scars Heal in Time “In Your Flame” – Houston, Texas U.S.A.
  5. ASOMVEL “Earth Shaker” – Harrogate, U.K.
  6. Interview with Sons of Blackwater – Houston, Texas U.S.A.
  7. Sons of Blackwater “Lavender” – Houston, Texas U.S.A.
  8. Hold on Hollywood – “The Chase” – Houston, Texas U.S.A.

More Info on Artists on The Insane Show #501

The Dirty Youth

The Dirty Youth are a British Rock band from South Wales that formed in late 2009. The band’s lineup consists of singer Danni Monroe, guitarist/keyboardist Matt Bond, guitarist Luke Padfield, bassist Leon Watkins and drummer Freddie Green. They have released two studio albums to date, Red Light Fix, and Gold Dust via RMR Records. They have toured with the likes of Skindred, The Rasmus, Korn, Heavens Basement, Alien Ant Farm, InMe, Fozzy and have appeared at festivals such as Download Festival and Hard Rock Calling Festival.

ORR

ORR‘s music could best be described as intense, energetic, and leaving you at the edge of your seat wanting more every single time you hear it. This five-piece features two 7/8 string guitar players, a 6 string bass player, a drummer and a vocalist, they also add synthesizers for extra atmosphere. When this band hits the stage, the sound that comes out is the perfect storm, an impressive experience with solid low end, razor-like mids and an impacting stage performance to match the brutal sound.

The Scars Heal in Time

The Scars Heal in Time This hard hitting, high energy rock band are no strangers to the hard work and hustle of the music business. Originating with two bold sisters, Kayla Smith on Guitar and Vocals, and Tayler Smith on Drums. The two sisters have been known to break the rules since they first jumped into the music scene. – by the end of 2017, the band will have toured 6 months of the year, released a new EP Produced by Justin Rimer (12 Stones, Saving Abel, Wayland) as well as a new music video Directed by Jon Vulpine (Backstreet Boys, Saliva, Lil Wayne, Drowning Pool)

ASOMVEL

ASOMVEL were formed in 1993 by guitarist Lenny Robinson and bassist/vocalist Jay-Jay Winter, ASOMVEL’s first drummer was ex-Cathedral/Acid Reign man Mark Wharton, but “about ten” more came and went before the band recorded their first demo in 2001. After 2007’s Full Moon Dog 10″ the power trio managed to thrash out their raucous debut LP Kamikaze in 2009 to much acclaim, ASOMVEL firmly establishing themselves as underdog cult heroes of the UK HM underground. Barely a year later, however, the band was shaken to its core when Jay-Jay Winter was killed in a road accident.

Although a devastating tragedy, Lenny knew that the band had to continue in tribute to the determined spirit of their founding frontman: “ASOMVEL could’ve died with him, but I was never gonna let that happen,” affirms the axeman. ASOMVEL headlined their own inaugural Full Moon Dog Festival in Bradford in 2011 in honor of their fallen comrade, and have shared the stage with the likes of Carcass, Anvil, Grand Magus, and Orange Goblin. Asked how the band has changed, Lenny is unequivocal: “The band hasn’t changed from the day we started it,” he asserts. “It’s something me and Jay believed in strongly; never change…ever! It’s the downfall of a lotta bands, they think they have to grow musically for some reason, but they just end up out-clevering themselves.”

When Will Palmer started up Bad Omen Records in 2013, his formative ambition was to coax a new album out of ASOMVEL, sending them into the studio with producer James ‘Atko’ Atkinson (Gentleman’s Pistols) to record their second album, Knuckle Duster.

The band are featured on the documentary DVD Madder Than A Full Moon Dog, and have been approached to write the music for a horror film starring Dee Snider, Calicoon; this will be produced by the legendary Grammy award-winning producer, Bob Kulick (Kiss, Alice Cooper, Motorhead, Meat Loaf).

Sons of Blackwater

Sons of Blackwater The baddest band from Texas since Pantera! Comprised of members from all different walks of music. From speed thrash metal to swampy blues we’ve got it covered! We’ve played all venues in Houston and Louisiana that we could fit our gear into! We have Headlined all the back alley bars and warehouses parties to the highest ranked Scout Bar, Rock Bar, Fitzgerald’s, Concert Pub, and BFE. Members have performed with great national acts such as Heavy As Texas, Saliva, Flaw, Texas Hippie Coalition, Dilahna, The Dead Kennedys, Honkey, Dave Brockie Experience, The Burden Brothers, Hurt, Doro Pesch, The Taking, and the list goes on. “Fueled By: Anger, Alcohol, and Everything in Between”, which is the rawest heavy rock album EVER, and is available on iTunes and other media outlets!!!. We are currently in the studio working on our next record, so watch out it’s coming SINNERS! Somewhere in metal these days, they forgot about rock n roll, and we are gonna bring it BACK!!!!

Hold on Hollywood

Hold on Hollywood debuted in April 2015 and since that time, they have steadily built a dedicated fan base through their live shows. They have performed with National Acts such as Drowning Pool, Steel Panther, Saving Abel, Framing Hanley, Gemini Syndrome, Black Tide, Burn Halo, SycAmour, Super Bob, Dellacoma, and more. Hold On Hollywood released their debut EP “Save Me” in February 2016, headed up by three-time Grammy Nominated Producer Stephen Bogle.