The Divine Horsemen have a new album and Chris D. on Revenge of the 80s to talk about it. After the Flesh Eaters created their I Used to Be Pretty album in 2019 and playing some live shows, Chris and Julie Christensen (who sang on the album) decided to record a new Devine Horsemen Album. The result: the eclectic Hot Rise of an Ice Cream Phoenix.
Co-Founder of The Jayhawks, Mark Olson, talks with Chris about his upcoming album with wife Ingunn Ringvold: Magdalen Accepts the Invitation<
Linda Jo Rizzo joins us as she reveals plans for a new album, which is going to be something quite different from what longtime fans might expect, and a new compilation album, Italo Disco Heroes, which features one of her tracks and those from other greats of the genre.
Former X leader John Doe has had one of the more diverse careers of anyone borne from the L.A. punk scene of the late 70s/early 80s and this new effort looks to be another musical gem from him.