It’s turning into a busy few weeks for Kiwi rock fans. First there was there was the release of Science and Survival, the second album I Am Giant, which debuted at the No.2 in the charts this week. This week we have the just-released debut set from Hamilton hard rockers Devilskin, the appropriately named We Rise, and that will be followed the week after by the debut solo album from former Midnight Youth frontman Jeremy Redmore, Clouds Are Alive. Then comes the biggie: FVEY, the eagerly anticipated new album from Kiwi legends Shihad out on August 8; look out for an interview in the August edition of STACK.
Meanwhile, new content added to the website this week include interviews with Game Of Thrones start Kit Harington on his first big Hollywood flick Pompeii, and Giles Martin, son of legendary Beatles producer George, who talks about the upcoming Blu-ray reissue of the Fab Four’s ground-breaking debut movie A Hard Day’s Night. And with New Zealand Film Festival about to begin in Auckland, this week we have uploaded our tips for this year’s essential films, along with some companion DVD/Blu-ray releases.
Game of the Month: Mario Kart 8
In the world of kart racers, Mario Kart is the only title that has withstood the test of time. It’s not hard to see why, and it’s impossible to miss when you get your hands and eyes on Mario Kart 8....