After The Anthems works hard, loves music, and loves their fans. From song quality and graphic design to the sound of their gear, the group’s main goal is to be the best they can be while making their listeners happy. To date, they’ve booked their own tours (alongside other bands) across both Canada and the US’ East and West coasts.
I’m just going to come right out and say it, I don’t like this new serious Sum 41 as much as I liked the snotty pop-punk Sum 41 from when I was in middle school.
Thy? is a progressive death metal band from Hudson County, New Jersey. Having released several demos since their high school years, it was only their first studio release in 2005 that gained them a lot of local attention. The three song EP clocked in at over 20 minutes and prompted compliments across the internet, from web-zines to well known musicians a like.
Fangoria.com have teamed up with America horror-punk rockers Blitzkid to exclusively debut the track “The Awakening” from Blitzkid’s forthcoming release ‘Apparitional’. Check out the exclusive stream RIGHT HERE.
We are one week away from The Haunted releasing their massive ‘Unseen’ record upon the masses. The highly anticipated follow-up to 2008’s ‘Versus’ sees the band swing for the fences with a massive, catchy heavy metal record unlike anything else you would expect from the Swedish powerhouse. Now, The Haunted have teamed up with MetalSucks.net to launch an exclusive stream of ‘Unseen’ online. Head over to MetalSucks.net to check out the album and be sure to pre-order your copy before it is released on March 22nd.
On Wednesday, March 16th, 2011, drummer Stef Broks, guitarist Bart Hennephof, and bassist Remko Tielemans of the progressive technical metal band Textures will be participating in an exclusive web chat on Got-Djent.com to answer fan questions about how the recording of the new album is progressing.
Council is a three piece pop/rock band from upstate New York. Their debut EP, No Reason To Get Excited was released in October of 2010 with “Welcome the Change” as the single. Early in their career Council played alongside acts such as All American Rejects, The Kooks and The Toadies.
Beginning March 11, Relix Magazine’s online residence will exclusively host a brand new Clutch recording called “Box Car Shorty’s Confession” from the veteran rock band’s forthcoming ‘Basket of Eggs’ studio project. Featuring 10 newly finished electric and acoustic songs, ‘Basket of Eggs’ will only be available to those who purchase Clutch’s $15.98 fan friendly priced deluxe 25 song, double disc edition of ‘Blast Tyrant’, which drops at retail and digital outlets for public purchase…
Sponsored by Nuclear Blast USA, Decibel Magazine, Amoeba Music L.A. and Dean Guitars, the world’s first-ever film festival dedicated to heavy metal music will be taking place at the Downtown Independent Cinema in Los Angeles, California this coming March 31st through April 3rd, 2011.
The Lonely Forest unveil a new song, “Coyote,” as the KEXP Song of the Day today. The song is taken from their forthcoming Trans Records label debut ‘Arrows’, in stores March 22. Critical acclaim for ‘Arrows’ in advance of the release includes praise from NYLON and Alternative Press. Meanwhile, NPR’s Song of the Day hails the band’s previous single, saying “‘Turn Off This Song’ serves as a catchy call to arms, not to mention one of the best and most honest slices of pop music around.”
Set It Free is a 5-piece American rock band hailing from Brick, New Jersey, formed in 2010 who recorded their first self-titled E.P, with Engineer Eric Rachel at Trax East Studio. The band is noted for their blend of uplifting pop/rock melodies and high energetic live performances.
Tesseract is a mere two weeks away from unleashing their gigantic debut ‘One’ on March 22nd and is set to kick off a huge North American tour alongside Protest the Hero and Maylene and the Sons of Disaster in a few short days as well. Now, Tesseract has launched the official iTunes pre-order for ‘One’, which fans can begin picking up today at THIS LOCATION.
Bloodiest are among the 12 bands premiering new music exclusively via Epitonic.com today in celebration of the site’s official re-launch. Originally launched in 1999, Epitonic.com became a hotbed of music discovery offering free and legal MP3s with each song being selected and written about by a young staff of music lovers. Epitonic ’11 aims to recapture the spirit of the original site by curating and filtering underground music but using new technology that was not available…