"Everyday Demons" is the second studio album by Irish rock band The Answer. Classifying "Everyday Demons" as classic rock can be a blessing or a curse, depending on how one looks at it. Is it a style of music beloved by the throngs that continue to swear by their local FM station or is it dated music played by dinosaurs? The silliness and basic irrelevance of the latter seems obvious, while the answer to the former should be universally understood. Regardless, the description is necessary to give the majority of readers a point of reference. Let's face it, it is impossible to reference bands like BAD COMPANY, LED ZEPPELIN, and even THE BLACK CROWES (all bands that share some similarities with THE ANSWER) and not think "classic rock".
This was the first movie produced in Israel. It deals with the outbreak of hostilities during the war for independence in 1947. The message of this film was the sadness and stupidity of people killing each other and how it's always the old who lead us to war and only the young who die. (Phil Ochs)
-We’re delighted to announce the track listing and artwork for our new album Raise A Little Hell. This is a special record that reflects a return to the hard ass blues rock ‘n’ roll we hold so dear. Our good friends at Napalm have created some great formats for you guys to enjoy including colored double vinyl, a special digi pak with a live recording of our recent ‘Road Less Travelled’ tour, another digi pak with an extra bonus CD containing 6 exclusive bonus tracks plus all sorts of other great stuff. It’s an impressive package with some equally impressive artwork from Sebastian Jerke. Most importantly; this album truly showcases who we are and the best of THE ANSWER in full flow. We can’t wait for you all to hear it! ~ Cormac Neeson
A deeply disturbed photographer and Vietnam veteran, named Kirk Smith, terrorizes Los Angeles by going around strangling lingerie-clad young women in their homes while taunting Lindsay Gale, a young psychologist, by calling her on a radio call-in show to describe his sexual hang-ups and misogynistic ways, while a local police detective, Lt. McCable, is always two steps behind in trying to catch the psycho.