blues rock


Vancouver’s No Sinner have signed a worldwide deal with Provogue Records/Mascot Label Group. Their North American debut Boo Hoo Hoo will be out on June 24th, and celebrated with an album release show in Toronto that night at The Dakota Tavern. Including six tracks from the 2012 self-released EP of the same name, the album features three new tracks, including the band’s take on “Work Song” made famous by Nina Simone. The new re-sequenced and re-mastered album will also be re-packaged and for the first time be available worldwide.

Californian blues-rockers Rival Sons’ brand new music video for the track “All Over The Road” has premiered exclusively online. Rival Sons once again teamed up with video director Greg Ephraim for the stylish new video, which is the band’s second video to premiere online following the release of ‘Pressure And Time’ earlier this year, placing the band alongside numerous big-name artists.

The Swedish progressive masters Opeth are back with their 10th studio album, Heritage. They’ve built a career in performing lengthy, progressive death metal songs with blusey rock sections. After so many years of committing to their well-received formula the band has decided to change things up.