This week on Hump The Covers Off we feature two bands who recently jumped back into the spotlight after hiatuses, Disturbed and Faith No More. Disturbed covered the Faith No More song Midlife Crisis in 2011 on the album The Lost Children. This isn’t the most obscure cover, but it still rocks and it’s good to see both bands back on their feet and rocking again, so rock along and enjoy! For more Hump The Covers Off check out my blog...read more
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Tonight we Hump The Covers Off with Nothing More. You’re probably familiar with their hits This Is The Time, Mr. MTV and their latest, Jenny, as well as their extensive touring schedule which has taken them through Colorado half a dozen times over the last year and a half. That touring schedule hasn’t stopped and they will be at the Black Sheep this coming Monday, the 22nd of June. In anticipation of that show I have decided to feature them in this week’s Hump The Covers Off where they take on Nine Inch Nail’s...read more
1o Years is in town at the Black Sheep tonight and in honor of the kickass show I decided to dig up this clip of Herpe and The Dark Weiner giving a tour of the 10 Years tour bus. There is some strong language, so don’t watch at work, or just quit your job.read more
Doing a cover of another band’s tune acoustically can prove to be a challenge on occasion. Especially when that band has done a very well known acoustic version of that song already, like in the case of the Foo Fighters and their song Everlong. But Zach Myers of Shinedown doesn’t shy away in this chilling rendition of famous Foo tune. As a bonus I’ve included the Foo acoustic version of Everlong too. For more Hump The Covers Off check out my blog...read more
In “If it’s too loud you’re too old” news, a bunch of senior citizens watched Slipknot video’s and cringed like just saw their social security checks being torn to shreds. In other news, water is still wet and birds still fly, except for the ones that don’t.read more
Tonight as we Hump The Covers Off I also throw you a concert warm-up. Sepultura is headed to the Summit Music Hall on the 13th of June, just ten days from now, so I thought it would be appropriate if we feature something from them. How about this shredding, and at the same time funky, cover of Black Sabbath’s Symptom of the Universe? Yeah, that hits the spot. Enjoy, mf’ers! For more Hump The Covers Off check out my blog...read more