Castle Black flat-out brings it each and every day. Now, the group is back with their music video for “Sorry,” a roaring new single from their forthcoming new EP ‘Get Up, Dancer,’ set for release on October 1st.
A true proponent of self-expression and staying true to who you are, we chatted with Lizzie & The Makers frontwoman Lizzie Edwards for our latest Tattoo Talk interview in which she told us all about her body of art.
Toronto, Canada’s emo-laced alternative group fivesome, V For Mania just unveiled the music video for their new single, “It Hurts To Live.”
New York rapper JJ Doze discusses his latest single “Who Am I?” and its powerful music video which further emphasizes the artist’s flood of emotions when searching for his true self.
Bahamian indie-folk artist Matthew Pinder released his first post-pandemic single – “Cascade” – on September 17th.
With ‘Hell Follows Me’ (Theoria Records) now out, we connected with Virginia Beach’s RVNT for a quick track-by-track rundown of the EP, where they told us more about these songs’ origins and broader meanings.
Liverpool grindcore legends Carcass return with ‘Torn Arteries’ an album as clinical and as foul as anything in their modern-day catalogue.
LEVVELS unveil their new single, “Personal,” a darkwave ditty about the mental and physical misery that comes with opening yourself up to someone you’re getting close to.
On August 28, 2021, at the Palladium Outdoors, The Ghost Inside, with support from Every Time I Die and The Acacia Strain, and openers Currents and Great American Ghost, performed to droves of fans.
Singer-songwriter Sleepy Jean unveils the music video for her recent single “By the Oceanside,” from her début album ‘Idle Hands.’ Released this past summer, the album is not only Sleepy Jean’s musical unveiling, but it also marks a significant transition for her as an artist.
While the press release for their latest album, Darkness Is My Home, may tout Greek doom/occult rockers Night Resident…
Our heartfelt thanks to Frank Bello (Anthrax’s bassist, duh!) for taking a healthy chunk out of his time to chat about his upcoming book “Fathers, Brothers, and Sons” (written with Joel McIver and due October 12th via Rare Bird Books), Anthrax’s 40th anniversary, and much more!
If Untamed Land can maintain this momentum throughout the upcoming album, listeners across the black/doom/atmospheric metal spectrum are in for something special.
With ‘Conquering,’ Employed To Serve has produced an absolutely immaculate piece of work, and one that will provide you with the perfect soundtrack to take on life’s shittier moments full in the face.
New Lorna Shore vocalist Will Ramos talks about his inhuman vocal technique and protecting his voice on the road.
Singer-songwriter Forrest Hill teases his upcoming album, ‘Only Love,’ with the first single “Life Flows On,” a rousing, bright coloured, hand-clapping modern folk song about processing fear, anger, aggression, hatred, and sadness, all of which Hill was feeling at the time it was written.
Hardcore supergroup Zealot R.I.P. takes us on a track-by-track run-through of the raging debut album ‘The Extinction of You.’
Slam Dunk returned with a killer line-up of alt-rock, hardcore and metal. We joined the party in Leeds, check out the pics and review here.
Does one of the most anticipated releases of 2021 live up to the hype? Read our review of ‘Eternal Blue’ here and see what we thought.