WHAT’S WHAT: A product of Mexico City, Mexico, RUSTY EYE are the epitome of hard work in the music business. With a “make it or break it” attitude, the three piece could have gone anywhere when they left Mexico, but they went straight for the throat of the Heavy Metal scene in America and claimed... Read More
Rusty Eye live at the SSMF Sunset Strip Music Festival 2011 Hollywood, CA. 08/18/2011 01. A Poisoned Letter 02. Mondo Cane 03. Return of The Scarecrow 04. Wings of a Demon 05. Jerusalem Cricket Soufflé 06. Day of The Dead
Joseph Matheny talks to the band Rusty Eye from Los Angeles. JM and the band talk about the music industry realities, on being a independent band today and possible solutions to the current music industry malaise.
Original Article CLICK HERE Rating: 4/5 Review online: October 6, 2010 Reviewed by: Christopher Foley It’s not often you can say something is original. However Hollywood’s Rusty Eye are just about as original as they come. The style encompasses a vast range of genres, as do the vocals which are all forged into a heavy... Read More
Playlist: Cathedral- Utopian Blaster Samael- Black Trip Satyricon- The Wolfpack Dissection- Night’s Blood Testament- Burnt Offerings [Live at Eindhoven 1987] Morbid Angel- God of Emptiness My Dying Bride- De Sade Soliloquay Death- Out of Touch Celtic Frost- Ain Elohim Napalm Death – Nazi Punks Fuck Off Motörhead – Poison White Zombie – Spiderbaby (Yeah-Yeah-Yeah) Anthrax... Read More
July 12, 2010 Reviewer: M.J Belched up from the feral streets of Hollywood, Rusty Eye has sprung back with a brand new album, Possessor, which once again has the band eviscerating the ears with unapologetic barbarity. Rusty Eye’s inception occurred (purely coincidental) around the time of Babes in Toyland’s implosion and handily, the band has… Read More
For full article CLICK HERE Top 9 of ’09: Music Events by FEARnet, Mon., Dec. 28, 2009 9:00 AM PST 2009 was a bloody banner year for dark, twisted and horror-themed music, making this a pretty damn tough choice… but I gotta say it was worth the effort delving into the FEARnet music vaults to… Read More