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Jeremy Spencer Death Punch’d And More

Posted by on Sep.03, 2014, under News No Comments

We’re back and ready for all the Fall and Winter titles we can handle. But, let’s start with some of the books you may have missed while we were away.

death punch'd book cover

Jeremy Spencer co-founder and drummer of Five Finger Death Punch just released his incredible memoir Death Punch’D: Surviving Five Finger Death Punch’s Metal Mayhem. Alice Cooper called it “the best rock n roll addiction and redemption story since Nikki Sixx’s Heroin Diaries.”

big book of hair metal

The prolific Martin Popoff has done it again with The Big Book Of Hair Metal. The cover alone is amazing, but you’ll be handsomely rewarded if you dare to journey inside.

steve boone

Steve Boone of The Lovin’ Spoonful put out Hotter Than A Matchhead and the reviews have been glowing. Check out what uber-crumudgeon Bob Lefsetz had to say here.

turn up the radio

Turn Up The Radio!: Rock, Pop, and Roll in Los Angeles 1956-1972 is an incredible all-inclusive look at the dj’s, music, musicians, songwriters, producers and engineers that created that unforgettable time in history.

rush faq

Can you ever know enough about Rush? Didn’t think so.


10 Rock Books To Put On Your Radar

Posted by on Jan.22, 2013, under News, Upcoming Releases No Comments


Rock Book Show Interview: Bill See “33 Days”

Posted by on Jun.30, 2011, under Current Shows No Comments

Hunter S. Thompson once said, “The music business is a cruel and shallow money trench. A long plastic hallway where thieves and pimps run free and good men die like dogs.  There’s also a negative side.”

Author/Musician Bill See and his band “Divine Weeks” were a successful band in Los Angeles who decided to embark on their first tour in 1987.  Those thirty-three days in the van are recounted in “33 Days” from Bill’s personal diaries, but this isn’t a book about the history of the band.  It’s a coming of age story where the road proves a great teacher—it shows you who you are, your dreams and what you’ll hold true for the rest of your life.

The DIY spirit of bands like Black Flag and The Minutemen is alive in these guys, and they just want to see what the world holds for them.  When reading BIll’s book, you’ll be glad you hopped in the van and went along for the ride.

“Hey, We’re Divine Weeks and we’re from L.A., but don’t hold that against us”.

Hear and See Divine Weeks first music video for “In The Country (for Jim Carroll) which debuted on MTV’s 120 MInutes in 1987.

Check out the official website hereBuy 33 Days as a PaperbackBuy 33 Days on KindleBuy 33 Days on Barnes & Noble.  Buy 33 Days on Apple’s iBookstore.