Racebannon’s Six Sik Sisters & Black Pyramid II is proof that Black Metal is still alive. Six Sik Sisters is, simply, one of the most vital, stimulating albums, in any Rock genre, that has been heard in a long time. Although Six Sik Sisters first dropped last summer, the Tizona Records CD was released in late January.
Although Frank Zappa punctuates this installment, you have to read through the end to see if it’s just a tease. Meanwhile, Mary Leary considers The Responders, Little Feat, Abel Ashes, Runfang Cheng, and The OGeeZ, with or without perfectly-popped cyber refreshments. And there are videos of attractive people in their underwear, along with some smoky Plaster Casters footage.
San Diego’s own Bully Blinders has released “City of Dirt,” an album that is a bit rough around the edges. It’s not very polished and has a dirty kind of texture to the soul/horn samples and vocals that produce the tracks. Their philosophy on life is something that can be shared by the every man, which is quite possibly why they are so dang likeable and easy to enjoy on stage. It can be best summed up in the first line spit within Continental Breakfast.