Every so often, a band bursts onto the scene like the perfect storm. When conditions are right, lives will forever be changed and said band will — pardon the expression — fuck your shit up. This is what happened when Fishbone hit the scene during the early 1980s. Equipped with an arsenal of influences ranging from punk music to soul and funk, six black teenagers from Los Angeles (Angelo Moore, Norwood Fisher, Phillip “Fish” Fisher, Chris Dowd, Walter Kibby II and Kendall Jones) would carve a niche for themselves within the largely homogenized world of rock.
If shoegaze doom metal was a genre, Junius would most certainly be the kings of it. As I can't say enough positive things about the band's new album, Reports From the Threshold of Death, and space is limited, it's probably just best to let the music do the talking. You can stream a brand new track from Junius, titled "A Universe Without Stars," below.
All Shall Perish guitarist Francesco Artusato has just posted the following video, in which he shows you how to play the song "Aktion T4," which comes from his latest solo album, Chaos and the Primordial.