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Ox’s Blog: Hump The Covers Off with Jane’s Addiction – Whole Lotta Love

May 18th, 2016

If you missed the announcement early today a long list of bands playing at this years Riot Fest was announced. Among those attending will be Jane’s Addiction, who we haven’t seen in Colorado in a few years. So let’s Hump The Covers Off with their rendition of Zeppelin’s Whole Lotta Love. Yes, it’s just as […]

Ox’s Blog: Corey Taylor + David Draiman do Sabbath

May 13th, 2016

If you missed the announcement yesterday Ozzfest and Knotfest are teaming up for a giant two day ‘make you rock until you’ve lost all feeling in your extremities’ fest out in California in September. At the press conference many of the members of the bands which will be playing at Knozztfest (not the official name) […]

Ox’s Blog: I don’t want to live on this planet anymore….

May 12th, 2016

Could this be the worst song ever made, set to the most depressing video ever made!? This unholy abomination comes from DJ Cummerbund so don’t blame me for the way you feel after you watch it.

Ox’s Blog: Hump The Covers Off with Filter – Happy Together

May 11th, 2016

Prepare yourself for something totally different and unexpected. If you’re familiar with the original track, arguably their most famous song, from the Turtles out of 1967 then you’re in for a shock as Filter take on Happy Together. The tale of this tune is a a twisted one, as it was originally recorded for a […]

Ox’s Blog: Hump The Covers Off with Flyleaf – Something I Can Never Have

May 4th, 2016

As we Hump The Covers Off tonight we get Flyleaf covering Nine Inch Nails, a pairing that I never thought I would hear. Found on the score to the movie Underworld: Evolution, original lead singer Lacey Strum and company belt out Something I Can Never Have in her signature fragile tone. Now all I can think about is Lacey […]

Ox’s Blog: Hump The Covers Off with Rage Against The Machine – The Ghost of Tom Joad

April 27th, 2016

We kick off this hump day evening with my favorite Rage Against The Machine cover, The Ghost of Tom Joad, originally recorded by Bruce Springsteen. Released as a stand alone single in conjunection with the self-titled 1997 video, this tune kicks ass. The version below was recorded at the ill-fated Woodstock ’99, but as you’ll […]