Supergrass star Gaz Coombes confirms solo album 'Here Come The Bombs'

Gaz Coombes has announced the details of his debut solo album. The ex-Supergrass frontman releases Gaz Coombes Presents... Here Come The Bombs on May 21 via Hot Fruit Recordings and Emi Label Services. The album has been produced with Sam Williams and recorded in Coombes's home studio and at Williams's Temple Studio in Oxford. "In a band, when you get a group of people who are walking the same path, it can be the most beautiful thing," said Coombes. "But with this I felt it was really focused on just what I wanted to get across, and on my inspirations - they were all my things that I'm into, whether (more)
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Denial Fiend Unleashing 'Horror Holocaust' [Nsfw]

Denial Fiend Unleashing 'Horror Holocaust' [Nsfw]
Horror-themed metal supergroup Denial Fiend – comprised of members from Six Feet Under, The Accused, D.R.I. and Down By Law – are preparing to release their second full-length studio project Horror Holocaust later this summer. The band is calling this one even heavier and faster than their zombie-themed 2008 debut album They Rise, and we've got more info on that after the jump, along with the splatterific cover art, the complete tracklist and a totally outrageous [and Nsfw] trailer. Hit the jump and get the gory goods! Formed in 2007, Denial Fiend is currently comprised of of Six Feet Under bassist Terry Butler (also from Death and Massacre), guitarist Sam Williams of Down By Law, D.R.I. Drummer Rob Rampy and...
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Shazam!!! – Captain Marvel’S Billy Batson Dies

Frank `Junior’ Coghlan began his career as a child star in the silents, but was best known for his role in the 1941 Republic serial The Adventures of Captain Marvel. By shouting the magic word Shazam! young Billy Batson would instantly transform into the powerful super-hero Captain Marvel (played by Tom Tyler).

Coghlan was born in New Haven, Connecticut, on March 15, 1916. He moved to California with his family as a child and became an extra in silent films along with his mother and father. After several years of appearing in small roles he was signed to a contract under Cecil B. DeMille in 1925 and appeared in numerous silents over the next decade. Coghlan made the transition to talkie films in 1930 and was featured as a young James Cagney in Public Enemy (1931). He also starred as Sam Williams, with Leon Janney as Penrod, in 1931’s Penrod and Sam.

He continued his career
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