The Insane Show: #508

On The Insane Show #508 we have an exclusive interview with Michael Kennedy & the Vendetta and independent music videos from Helldorodo, Engineered Society Project, Roses Unread, and Shotgun Rebellion.

This episode is said and done, but if you’d like to be a guest on the show for a future episode, contact Insane@TheInsaneShow.com. Send your video links to Videos@TheInsaneShow.com.

Order of Appearance

  1. Helldorado “Talk Shit” – Spokane, Washington, U.S.A.
  2. Engineered Society Project “Judgment Day” – Houston, Texas, U.S.A.
  3. Interview w/ Michael Kennedy & the Vendeta – Houston, Texas, U.S.A.
  4. Roses Unread “After All” – Jackson, Tennessee, U.S.A.
  5. Shotgun Rebellion “Devil’s Daughter” – Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, U.S.A.

More Info on Artists on this Episode

Helldorado

Helldorado is like the roar from a supercharged Hemi, Helldorado is a band that denies to be ignored. Founded in early 2013, they have quickly established themselves among the music community as a force to take serious. With opening slots for the likes of Five Finger Death Punch, Rob Zombie, All That Remains, Motionless In White, Machine Head to name a few, they have proven they are the real deal on stage. In the studio wrapping up their first full length release, they are poised to take 2014 by storm.

Roses Unread

Roses Unread are off the beaten path, five people from different walks of life came together to write some good rock ‘n roll music and play shows. A few years down the road, they are still at it. With three full-length albums, three music videos, countless shows, global airplay, and a worldwide following of dedicated fans behind them, Roses Unread is something a little bit different that demands a second glance and a listen. Their plan is simple: to do what they love and urge others to do the same.

Shotgun Rebellion

Shotgun Rebellion has quickly elevated to become a top draw in Oklahoma rising from playing and paying our dues in many saloon and tavern’s as well as themed bike nights and rallies, including national restaurant chain “Hooter’s”. “SGR” has also found success opening for many national touring acts “Ted Nugent” “Jackyl”, “Great White”, “Micheal Schenker”,”Texas Hippie Coalition”, “Faster Pussycat”, “Forte”, “Warbeast”, “Lynch Mob”, “Candlebox”,”Saliva”,”Mushroomhead”, “Smile Empty Soul”,”Taproot”,”Jack Russell’s Great White” “Nashville Pussy” and the “Rev Jones Band”
“Hurt”, “Head PE”, “Another Lost Year” and More. “Shotgun Rebellion” has also appeared at many festivals such as Jackson Michigan’s Rockapalooza, and “Headlined Missouri Big Ass Rock Festival”