Death Breath’s debut 7”. 

BRUTAL!!!!!! \m/ 666

Death Breath’s debut 7”.

BRUTAL!!!!!! \m/ 666

All 14 issues of Long Gone Loser zine. 

Issue 15 coming in 2014. Finally.

I promise you it will be full of great stories, more interviews, travel anecdotes and other musings that have crossed my path as I travel the globe and follow my dreams of being a professional journalist.

All 14 issues of Long Gone Loser zine.

Issue 15 coming in 2014. Finally.

I promise you it will be full of great stories, more interviews, travel anecdotes and other musings that have crossed my path as I travel the globe and follow my dreams of being a professional journalist.

This is really good. No, REALLY good.

This record. Always this record.

I just uploaded this really old and rare Hellacopters video from 1997. Has Dregen in the band and was broadcast on a small town TV station. Very cool!

Smokey Robinson & The Miracles - "Away We A Go-Go"A few years back, the Hellacopters teamed up with The Flaming Sideburns for a split record and they recorded a kickin’ cover of the Smokey Robinson penned “Whole Lotta Shakin’ In My Heart (Since I Met You)”. I had searched far and wide for this song as I wanted to hear the original and see just how different it sounded as the Copters version was quite the rock n roll number. Nowhere could I find this song. Every record I picked up that had Smokey’s name to it came up empty. That was until I waltzed in to Motown itself, Detroit Rock City, in 2009. I scoured the record stores and low and behold I found this staring at me for $2. I picked up the record, saw the song titles and flipped. Finally! There it was! I thought to myself, this record is gonna be scratched to shit due to the age of the thing. I took the record out. It looked mint. Like no one ever played it. I was blown away and quickly parted ways with my $2 and left smiling away. A very happy Damo indeed.And how does the original sound? Well, it’s awesome. But then again, what else would you expect from Motown? Great stuff. The Copters knew how to pick ‘em.

Smokey Robinson & The Miracles - "Away We A Go-Go"

A few years back, the Hellacopters teamed up with The Flaming Sideburns for a split record and they recorded a kickin’ cover of the Smokey Robinson penned “Whole Lotta Shakin’ In My Heart (Since I Met You)”. I had searched far and wide for this song as I wanted to hear the original and see just how different it sounded as the Copters version was quite the rock n roll number. Nowhere could I find this song. Every record I picked up that had Smokey’s name to it came up empty. That was until I waltzed in to Motown itself, Detroit Rock City, in 2009. I scoured the record stores and low and behold I found this staring at me for $2. I picked up the record, saw the song titles and flipped. Finally! There it was! I thought to myself, this record is gonna be scratched to shit due to the age of the thing. I took the record out. It looked mint. Like no one ever played it. I was blown away and quickly parted ways with my $2 and left smiling away. A very happy Damo indeed.

And how does the original sound? Well, it’s awesome. But then again, what else would you expect from Motown? Great stuff. The Copters knew how to pick ‘em.

I got a whole lotta shakin’ in my heart since I met you :)

This is what happens when the Hellacopters take on Motown. Yeah baby, this is Sweden’s finest covering Detroit legends, Smokey Robinson & The Miracles.

The first time I ever saw The Hellacopters live. This show totally kicked my ass. Amazing gig.

The first time I ever saw The Hellacopters live. This show totally kicked my ass. Amazing gig.