Tag: Funk Metal

November 5, 2021

Song of the Day: scaterd-few - U

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, Sin Disease is one of the greatest albums ever to emerge from our scene. Romald Domkus (born Allan Aguirre) and company unleashed a wonderfully chaotic debut album, with production from Terry Taylor (DA/Daniel Amos/Swirling Eddies/Lost Dogs) that set CCM on its head! Think I’m overstating things? Not possible. Here’s why: have you ever tried to pigeonhole the album, or this band, into a single genre? Good luck.… Continued →

February 5, 2021

Song of the Day: Dig Hay Zoose - Struggle Fish

The funk-punk and funk-metal scene(s) rose quickly in the early 90s and then disappeared just as quickly. At one point, it was looking to be the next big thing, but as a genre it never dominated alternative rock as it once looked like it would. In fact, aside from Red Hot Chili Peppers and Jane’s Addiction, few in the general market ever made it big, even though bands like Fishbone and 24-7 Spyz were just as talented.… Continued →

April 15, 2020

Song of the Day: dighayZoose -Dancing in Concert with the Infinite

dighayZoose was one of those outlier alternative bands in the Christian music industry. One could describe their music as funk metal and did not have much of an equivalent in the Christian market alas Scaterd Few with a sound akin to Jane’s Addiction or Red Hot Chili Peppers, but in a much harder vein. The 4 man band only put out a couple demos and 2 full LPs along with a live album before disbanding.  After disbanding, they released an LP on R.E.X… Continued →

July 9, 2019

Old Bear Records Reissues TWIN SISTER Album on 180 Gram Vinyl (Members of Sometime Sunday)

The long forgotten album from former members of Sometime Sunday under the name Twin Sister, is going to see the light of day once again via Old Bear Records and in beautiful 180gram Vinyl Format. These classic songs were all centered around the Star Wars Galaxy and even the name holds a Resistance (Jedi) name of significance. Purchase the album right here and read the full story/history of the band, below.… Continued →