Satanic Planet — the experimental industrial music act led by The Satanic Temple co-founder Lucien Greaves that also features former Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo — have released a new music video. The clip is for "Devil in Me," a song from the band's self-titled debut album, which arrived in May....
SATANIC PLANET has released the official Lola Blanc-directed music video for the song "Devil In Me". The track is taken from the band's self-titled album, which came out on May 28 via Three One G Records. SATANIC PLANET is the creation of Lucien Greaves (The Satanic Temple co-founder and spokesperson),...
Satanic Planet, the project consisting of Lucien Greaves (The Satanic Temple), Luke Henshaw (Planet B, Sonido De La Frontera), Dave Lombardo (ex-Slayer, Mr. Bungle, Suicidal Tendencies, etc.), and Justin Pearson (The Locust, Dead Cross, etc.), have recently released their self-titled album on May 28th via Three One G Records. Today (23rd), the group has unleashed a Lola Blanc-directed music video for the song “Devil In Me.”
Satanic Planet, the project featuring Lucien Greaves (The Satanic Temple), Luke Henshaw (Planet B)), Dave Lombardo (Slayer, Misfits, Mr. Bungle, Suicidal Tendencies, Dead Cross), and Justin Pearson (The Locust, Dead Cross, etc.) have shared a music video for the song “Liturgy.” The track is taken from the group’s self-titled album, which is scheduled to arrive on May 28th via Three One G Records.
SATANIC PLANET has released the official music video for the song "Liturgy". The track is taken from the band's self-titled album, due on May 28 via Three One G Records. SATANIC PLANET is the creation of Lucien Greaves (The Satanic Temple co-founder and spokesperson), Luke Henshaw (PLANET B, SONIDO DE LA FRONTERA), Dave Lombardo (SLAYER, MISFITS, MR. BUNGLE, SUICIDAL TENDENCIES, DEAD CROSS) and Justin Pearson (THE LOCUST, DEAD CROSS, SWING KIDS, DEAF CLUB). With the birth of SATANIC PLANET, hip-hop producer Henshaw and punk provocateur Pearson joined co-founder and spokesperson of The Satanic Temple, Lucien Greaves — the most prominent and outspoken contemporary Satanist in the world. Greaves has gained international attention as an advocate for religious liberty and the voice of the Satanic Reformation, delivering lectures nationwide and featured in national media outlets, including MSNBC, NPR, Huffington Post Live, CNN, Harper's Monthly, Newsweek, Fox News, Vice, Salon, Rolling Stone and many more. As the trio were diligently working, and nearly completed with, the music for their debut album, the worldwide pandemic hit, seemingly bringing things to a halt. However, with the onset of this new way of living, the newly formed band was in a unique position to enlist the legendary Lombardo, who found himself not touring for the first time in years, and suddenly having more time to work in his home studio on projects that interested him. With the addition of this iconic drummer, SATANIC PLANET was complete. Along the way, an eclectic range of guest appearances arose, including CATTLE DECAPITATION's Travis Ryan, Nomi Abadi, SILENT's Jung Sing, Shiva Honey, Eric Livingston (also known as his artist moniker First Church Of The Void), and HEXA's Carrie Feller. This collaboration embraces the avant garde to create sci-fi sermons that range from doom and industrial to evil exotica.
During an appearance on the latest episode of the "Last Words" podcast, former SLAYER drummer Dave Lombardo was asked how he manages to find the time to get himself involved with so many different projects nowadays. He said (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET): "It's just your time. I look at it as eight hours of sleep, eight hours for myself, eight hours for work. So, eight hours of sleep — I wake up in the morning. I have a couple of hours — three hours, four hours — to myself, [and] then I go to work. And then the evening, sometimes I break it apart. I have my wife helping me out with my schedule and interviews and things like that — just time management. You just do it, man. If you have two weeks to finish up on a project, you buckle down, you don't do anything else and you do it. I think it's love for what I do, is what it is. Because if I didn't love what I would be working on, you wouldn't be able to get me to do it, or I would drag my feet. But because I'm so in love with what I do for a living and I enjoy it so much and it's so gratifying and rewarding, it's easy for me to take on projects."
Dave Lombardo of Suicidal Tendencies, Mr. Bungle and Dead Cross (and ex-Slayer, of course) joined The MetalSucks Podcast this week with Scott Ian (Anthrax) and composer Fil Eisler, the trio who worked on the soundtrack for the new film Thunder Force. After discussing the process of working on the music...
This week we bring Hollywood and thrash metal icons together on one episode to celebrate the soundtrack of the new film Thunder Force! Composer Fil Eisler tells us why he felt he needed to pitch adding Scott Ian and Dave Lombardo to the Melissa McCarthy-led Netflix film, how avant garde techniques can be brought to scoring film that wouldn’t work in traditional songwriting, how they got Corey Taylor and Lzzy Hale involved to write a theme song, which film soundtrack he would like to do a heavy metal remake of with Scott and Dave, and updates on both the new Motor Sister and Dead Cross records.
Dave Grohl and his 15-year-old daughter, Violet, appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night (April 27) to perform a cover of X’s “Nausea.” The father-daughter duo originally recorded the cover for the soundtrack of What Drives Us, Grohl’s new documentary. As far as I can tell, the doc is about how bad it sucks to tour in a van, so a song called “Nausea” is pretty appropriate.
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One week ago, Dave Grohl teamed up with his daughter Violet on a cover of "Nausea" by the classic punk band X and now they've taken the song to even greater heights, linking up with drum legend Dave Lombardo, Grohl's Nirvana bandmate Krist Novoselic and Foo Fighters producer Greg Kurstin for a performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
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Watch Dave Grohl and his 15-year-old daughter Violet cover X's Nausea with Krist Novoselic and Dave Lombardo
Dave Grohl and his daughter Violet appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on April 27 to perform a cover of X’ s 1980 song, Nausea, and they brought along a few friends – Grohl’s former Nirvana bandmate, Krist Novoselic, ex-Slayer (and current Suicidal Tendencies, Misfits and Dead Cross) man Dave Lombardo and Foo Fighters producer Greg Kurstin – to help them out.