“Mondo Cane” video on UVTV: Underground Video Television

UVTV Week Of Sept 26

This week’s podcast features new videos by Rusty Eye, Mastodon, Kittie, Woslom, Betraying The Martyr, Mind The Gap & The Bronx Casket Co.

 

Link: UVTV Week Of Sept 26

Hails and Horns Magazine. “Rusty Eye” feature.


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 Hollywood, California as base of operations. Nobody puts RUSTY EYE in a corner, meaning that you can’t slap a label on this band and lump them in with anybody else. The current lineup, consisting of Mr. Rust (bass/vocals), Miss Randall (drums/vocals) and Baron Murtland (guitars) broke the mold with the release of Stendhal Syndrome (2007), and followed strong with the impossible to wear out Possessor (2009), all on their own imprint Epoché Records. Constant work has earned them the respect of metal fans the world over, and also the love of critics in both the music and horror world, as they have done things the old school way, bypassing all of the bullshit and devoting themselves to standing out by writing and playing the gnarliest music possible. Now a certified legend in the Hollywood scene, RUSTY EYE have taken to the legendary Rainbow to record and unleash upon a new live album upon us. Live at The Rainbow MMX is 70-odd minutes of succulent metal, tinged with punk rock, including all the platters that matter from the fifteen-plus career of these DIY heroes. If this band isn’t already one of your favorites, they damn well need to be. (Bubbs Harris)

 

LOCATION: Hollywood, CA
CURRENT RELEASE: Live at The Rainbow MMX (www.rustyeye.com)
ROCKS LIKE: SEPULTURA, L7, SLAYER, THE LUNACHICKS


Rusty Eye live videos from SSMF at The Whisky A Go Go, Hollywood. 08.18.11

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

Alterati: Fear and Loathing on the Internet. Interview with Rusty Eye

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.

The Metal Crypt. “Possessor” Review

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 metal sound with a progressive touch. The production really has that garage band feel to it, which is quite lo-fi although it doesn’t affect any of the clarity in the overall sound. The vocal styles range from the varying vocal styles of Mr. Rust who delivers an array of extreme and clean vocals, as well as Miss Randall’s sultry female voice. Of course Mr. Rust and Miss Randall handle bass and drums respectively, with the three piece being rounded out by guitar player Baron Murtland. Continue reading

The Dungeon Awaits Podcast. All Vinyl Show with Mr. Rust and Rusty Eye


LISTEN TO THE SHOW:

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 – Only
Grim Reaper – See You In Hell
Cirith Ungol – Edge of a Knife
Manowar – Blood of my Enemies
Metallica – Helpless
Mercyful Fate – Gypsy
Nachmystium – Your True Enemy
Iron Maiden – Quest For Fire
Megadeth – Take No Prisoners
Danzig – Possession Continue reading

Metal Psalter.com “Possessor” Review

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 taken over the reins of their riot grrrl inspired punk and melded it with a proggy Tool appreciation and a molten Venom-ous gurgle. What a fine mess they have gotten themselves into! Continue reading

“Possessor” makes the “Top 9 of ’09: Music Events” from Fear.net

For full article CLICK HERE

Top 9 of ’09: Music Events

by FEARnet, Mon., Dec. 28, 2009 9:00 AM PST

Top 9 of '09 Music

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 find the songs, albums, videos and other musical oddities that burned themselves into our brains over the past twelve months. So hit the jump and take a trip back through 2009’s coolest, creepiest, sickest and LOUDEST sonic sensations, presented in alphabetical order. Continue reading