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Curse Mackey – Wendy WWAD

Curse Mackey    Curse Mackey has been forging a path in the industrial / dark wave world for nearly three decades. I first met him as a deejay and front man for San Antonio’s Evil Mothers. Since then he went … Continue reading

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An Interview with Casey Orr…by Wendy WWAD

WW: In the past couple of years you have suffered the loss of two dear friends and band mates with the deaths of Mike Scaccia (Rigor Mortis) and Dave Brockie (GWAR). How are you holding up? Orr: Well, first we … Continue reading

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“Music from the Elder” and “Flush the Fashion”: KISS and Alice Cooper on the Threshold of the 1980’s…by Jesse Sundvall

The beginning of the 1980’s were a tough years for the arena rock acts of 70’s that had spent most of that decade experiencing skyrocketing album and concert ticket sales. It was an era that saw many of these once … Continue reading

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