Fear.net. “Live at The Rainbow MMX” Review

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by Gregory Burkart

Rusty Eye

Yeah, so I’ve said this before, but I can’t say it enough: Rusty Eye is one of the coolest horror-themed bands working today, to the point of redefining the whole concept of “horror metal.” Every aspect of their music – songwriting, performing style, production and visual presentation, the whole deal – reflects the same passion for all things macabre that you FEARnet fiends share. But all that would be wasted if they weren’t also a technically solid, entertaining and insanely heavy band. The sonic proof’s all in there, evolving with each new release and proving that the LA-based trio isn’t just some Fulci-obsessed garage combo. Now Rusty Eye have released a new live record chronicling their April 2010 performance at the legendary Rainbow Bar & Grill, and I got to spend some quality ear-time with the album. Read on and I’ll drop some knowledge on ya… Continue reading

FEAR.net. Rusty Eye Release New Live Album

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by Gregory Burkart

Rusty Eye

One of our all-time fave horror-metal bands is not only still going strong after fifteen years, but they’ve managed to carve their names in music history (with a blood-encrusted scalpel, naturally), thanks to the release of their second live album, Rusty Eye: Live at the Rainbow MMX. The talented trio of Miss Randall, Mr. Rust and Baron Murtland became the first band ever to record a live set at the legendary LA club, and this so-called “sonic documentary” is now available for your listening pleasure. We’ve got tons of sweet details below the fold, so get in here and check it out! Continue reading

FTU Podcast featuring “Wings of a Demon”

FTU Podcast #1 part 4

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31. Bastard Priest – power of Death
32. Watain – Reaping Death
33. Nekromantheon – Gringo Death – Divinity of death
34. Witchgrave – The Devil’s night
35. Blast Anus – Punk bitch part 1 – ODD
38. (Psychoparalysis) – Deligion
36. Bastard Priest – graveyard sacrifice
37. Rusty Eye – wings of a demon
39. Averse – Transilating your name into numbers

Rusty Eye on the soundtrack for Heavy Metal Magazine’s first Digital Comic “Gates”

Check out the trailer featuring Rusty Eye’s “Those Who Flee from The Sun”

Heavy Metal magazine is proud to announce the final artist line-up for its soundtrack to Gates, titled “Volume 1 – Ascension,” whose release date has been moved to August 9, 2011.

All net proceeds from the sale of the audio companion to the comic, will benefit the Ronnie James Dio “Stand Up And Shout Cancer Fund.” Ronnie James Dio appeared on the 1981 soundtrack for the Heavy Metal film while a member of Black Sabbath. Continue reading

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.

Über Röck UK. 13 Days Of Halloween. “Miss Randall” interview

Written by Gaz E

rustyh13thumbDay 10 of Über Röck’s 13 Days Of Halloween and it’s time to unleash our second ladykiller. Miss Randall not only sings and plays drums in terror-fuelled thrash ‘n’ roll outfit Rusty Eye, she also knows her shit when it comes to horror movies, but I guess that’s obvious when you get someone like Claudio Simonetti from the legendary Goblin to guest on your latest album. If you love metal and you love horror then you are about to find your next (bad) dream woman…… Continue reading

10.25.10 Cinespace. Hollywood, CA

Joanna Angel hosts Rock Mondays Halloween Bash at Cinespace! $200 Costume Prize (11:30)! Porn giveaways! Open Vodka bar at 10! DJ Tuesdae spins ROCK! Bands: Sexual Harassment (12:30), Rusty Eye (10:15), Crowned By Fire (11:45), GUNT (11:00)! FREE CANDY! HOT SLUTS! 18+

The Metal Crypt. “Possessor” Review

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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