Reviews for Murder Lane by Cult of Whores and Dogs
Cult Of Whores and Dogs have moved into unfamiliar territory with ‘Murder Lane’, the new single from Newcastle’s Punk Metallers. Influenced by childhood fears of child-snatching, very relevant in today’s world Read More
‘Open Your Mind’ is the bands first commercial release and the 10 track album is a melodically furious fusion of massive metal riff’s and catchy as hell vocal’s that is all held together beautifully by a tight as a vice groove driven rhythm section that make all the plaudits this band have received for their live show all the more justified. The first single to be taken from the album ‘One More Road From Home’ proceeds the album on Monday October 25th and is a hugely anthemic slice of metal tinged alternative rock will appeal to fans of bands such as Stone Sour, Shinedown and Alter Bridge.
A chilling account of child abduction and murder, the song accounts for a dark reality that scars the everyday lives of those affected. Beautifully gothic, morbidly fascinating, the hooks and melody line take the listener through each scene, borne out by both the subtle and dramatic aspects of an arrangement that delivers big on atmosphere, style and substance, with piano and cello spreading shade through the sorrow. The searching and heart-felt delivery of Jessica Hardy’s vocal and harmonies capture the fear and the sense of suffocation that unfolds on Murder Lane. 30th April 2012 – Available for download via iTunes
Betamax, have been selected to support Graham Coxon on the opening night
of his UK Tour at the O2 Academy in Oxford on the 13 th April 2012.
Betamax were nominated as a potential support act for one of the forthcoming dates of the tour via the singer-songwriters website. After weeks of deliberation Graham Coxon, whose new album ‘A+E’ was released on April 2nd 2012 on Parlophone Records, selected the band from over a thousand applicants for the first night of his tour. Continue reading →