This week on the GIDRAH: zebrahead's "Anthem," Indorphine's "Spaghetti," and The Accident Experiment's "AEX-1." It's been two years since we last heard from zebrahead, but the Orange County, California-based band is making its presence felt once again with the group's highly-anticipated new album Broadcast to the World. Revitalized, road-tightened and eager to redefine its focus, the quintet comes out swinging, delivering a flurry of pummeling rhythms, clench-fisted chords and meaty hooks that connect with each listen. Un-wavered in their musical quest, Indorphine tirelessly continues to deliver new, organic creations by the natural destruction of the old standards to any man, woman, child, martian, dog, chicken or fetus who will dare themselves enough to listen. Since the birth of The Accident Experiment (dubbed by its fans as "AeX") in late 2002, the band has evolved from what began as jam sessions between San Diego musical peers Curiel and Longoria into a solid, buzzworthy Southern California rock act with tours and opening slots along side the likes of Foo Fighters, Korn, Damage Plan, Drowning Pool, Sevendust, Cypress Hill, Staind, Blur and Body Count in its relatively short history.
Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan will be in a movie theater near you on November 3rd, if you're lucky. In addition, the movie's sound track (Stereophonic Musical Listenings That Have Been Origin in Moving Film Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan) will be in stores on Halloween. Meanwhile, check out an infomercial for the movie and listen to a few tracks off of the album: "Born To Be Wild," "In My Country There Is A Problem," and "You Be My Wife."
Check out the world premier of the video for "Let Down" off the Radiodread release from the Easy Star All-Stars featuring Toots and the Maytals. Directed by Syndrome, the video has caused a lot of buzz since its debut on October 16th.