On the first day, the Lord said "Let there be Bucketlist," and all of human kind then became aware of the incredulity or abysmally flaccid result on their attempt at Art. On the second day, the Lord said "Jason, go review that show you're going to on Friday," and begrudgingly, a review was made. What the world was for Jason Greenberg before that point is either completely unimportant or mildly pornographic, but the world of today after many years of serving his Queen has brought him opportunity, hardship, and a whole lot of Bucketlist patches on indiscriminate pieces of clothing. You may see him lugging your band's equipment and yelling at you aimlessly about the useless construct of time. You may see him expelling a noise not fully understood by humankind at the end of a microphone. You may even see him swimming in an ocean of poutine, but you will always see him as his true self, a sentient and obnoxious Bucketlist Music Reviews Billboard.
Baroness’ longtime guitar player, Pete Adams, has amicably left Baroness, electing to spend less time on the road and focus on a burgeoning non-music business and his home life. “I would like to say thanks […]
Baroness, who kick off a five-week North American tour later this month, have released a video for “Shock Me”: Filmed in rural Pennsylvania, the video brings to life a number of elements from the incredible […]
Baroness, who recently launched a new round of U.S. tour dates in support of Purple, premiere a music video for the song “Try to Disappear” via Juxtapoz. The clip captures one of the band’s “absolutely […]