Monthly Archives: July 2014

Alt-Fest – Latest News

As many of you are already aware there have been lots of whispers (and screams) going back and forth regarding the current status of Alt-Fest.

We here at tribe4mian will ONLY pass along whatever announcements are OFFICIALLY made and will not play a part in the speculations, accusations, nor the damnations currently milling about.

We send our best wishes to all involved for a speedy and beneficial solution/resolution.

Via Alt-Fest at Facebook:

We at Alt-Fest HQ would like to sincerely apologise for our silence over the last 24 hours. Currently we are working all hours to deal with some extremely challenging & stressful issues for Alt-Fest. We will be able to provide an official statement with full information before Monday and answer any questions you may have at that time. We want you to know that we have been doing everything we can to take the right steps for you: our fans, friends & customers – we assure you we only have your best interests at heart.
Missy and Dom

… and with that, the wait continues.  Please be patient and afford those involved the opportunity to do whatever it is they need to do.

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Posted by on July 30, 2014 in Concerts / Performances


The Mission – At War With The Gods

The Mission - At War With The Gods (Cover)UPDATE:

Author Alex Daniele has announced that his recent release, “THE MISSION – At War With The Gods (26 May 2014) will soon be available for purchase through The Mission’s Official Store.

Distribution will also be made in Greece through Ars Nocturna – Gothic Books.

Supplies should be stocked within the coming two weeks.

This hand-numbered limited-to-1000-copies edition is 350 pages and filled with more than 200 rare and exclusive photographs.  Pre-orders filled quickly and took a good portion of books off the market before it even hit the market.

More:  Original tribe4mian article | 21 May 2014


THE MISSION - At War With The Gods - Official Website

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Posted by on July 17, 2014 in Books/Literary, Goth, etc., Music


Black Volition – Rivers

Black Volition

A teaser trailer has been posted for Black Volition‘s video and single, “Rivers“.

The following was taken from their Facebook page.  It seems like such a perfect introduction for this newly formed project that I see no reason to poke my fingers into it.

We’ll bring you more on Black Volition at a later date.  For now, here’s a peek into their world:

Brand new music project by Reza Udhin, with Guitars by Will Crewdson


Take a trip through the Sleepy towns, Lonesome woods and Dark Cabaret of David Lynch’s Twin Peaks.. then transport yourself to the back streets and gloomy swamps of a Vampire ridden Louisiana in True Blood via a desert valley of Spaghetti Westerns. Combine these Worlds and you will reach the perfect soundtrack to this Melancholy Universe BLACK VOLITION.

BLACK VOLITION is the new musical project from Reza Udhin from Inertia / Killing Joke, together with Guitarist Will Crewdson from Rachel Stamp / Adam Ant / Flesh For Lulu.

Think Dirgy Blues, Dark Cabaret, Twisted Electronics, Dusty Jazz, Spaghetti Westerns and a sorrowful song and you are on track to creating the sound of BLACK VOLITION in your imagination.


Read tribe4mian’s interview with Will Crewdson – The Thirteen Questions.

Black Volition - Official Website

Black Volition – Official Website


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Posted by on July 3, 2014 in Music, New Wave / Dark Wave


Unida _26_6 @An Club, Athens


There is no doubt that stoner and sludge are the only metal subforms that can attract people outside the heavy metal barriers. That is well understood by Johnny Garcia, singer of the stoner legends Kyuss who has formed three side projects (Slo Burn, Unida, Hermano), has provided vocals for numerous bands and he is ready to release a personal debut with songs written throughout his 25-year singing career.

Unida is a band that released an one an only album “Coping with the Urban Coyote” back in 1999 and dissapeared in the middle of the 00’s mostly because of issues with the record industry that spawned a ghost album “The Great Divide” which can be found as a bootleg only. Nevertheless, the band is back together since 2012 and plays around the world. The Athens gig was Garcia’s personal wish as he mentioned somewhere in the middle of the show, since it was the fourth time in town. An club is not a huge venue but it was nearly packed for the sake of desert rock.


The band lavishly offered their bigger than life riffs by the hands of Arthur Seay who also plays the role of the frontman and the communicator. Their rhythm section stands on a professional level and Garcia’s voice is as fresh as it was two decades earlier. “Wet Pussycat” was the ideal intro, followed by the heavy and steady tunes of “Thorn“. The 10-minute jamming was something we could leave without, but they put things back in place very quickly, epecially with “Black Woman” for the encore that left nobody without moving a piece of their bodies.

No matter Idio,CA is so far away from Athens, Unida embody the whole desert attitude, and the audience happily enjoy.

[photos by Alexandros Sevastos]

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Posted by on July 2, 2014 in Concerts / Performances


DeathBlack Flowers – The Trail of Your Blood in the Snow


The Trail of Your Blood in the Snow” is the title of the third release of indie band DeathBlack Flowers from Wichita, Kansas USA.

Christopher Flores, Eric Harrison and Todd Wooland released the mini albums “Killing the Divine Animal” and “V.V.V.V.V.” in 2013 giving us a first idea of their style. (Κeyboard player Jedediah Ghouled is their fourth on and off member who also has a track named after him on their latest 8 track album).

DeathBlack Flowers seem to be very active in the local Wichita scene, and they perform live almost every month.

Their sound is dreamy deeped-in-reverb effects with a very melancholic twist to it.

The album opens with the uplifting tempo of “You Among Dreams” and continues with the tribal beat and the distorted bass of the track “The Trance of Golden Eyes”, which, in a strange way, has a touch of U2 to it.

With “From Me to Your Blood”, the band lowers their pace. Things turn more gloomy as the guitar sound merges with the keyboard carrying the listener to a slow, hypnotic dance.

The “Invisible Ghost” takes up the pace again. This is dream pop.

The Flame, the Fall” sounds like the other side of the band. Yes, still in the same dreamy mood but with powerful guitars and a nightmarish atmosphere.

Serpent My Son” and “Long Mistaken Past” are flirting with post rock while the album closes with “The Song of Jedediah”.

Although DeathBlack Flowers are still a local band, I believe the time that their fame will cross the borders of Kansas is not far.

You should check them out on the following links:



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Posted by on July 1, 2014 in Alternative, Goth, etc.