There’s no end to the multiple talents of musician Paul Wandtke, and he’s proven it again with his new band Dead Original and our exclusive premiere of their latest single and lyric video, “Fade To Light.”
Brighton, England’s Corlyx is a dark electro grunge duo whose music and accompanying art (check the cover of their new album In2 The Skin) is just as piping hot as a fresh cup of tea. Check out our debut of the band’s new “Nightfalls” music video!
Hamilton, Ontario’s female-fronted alternative rock/grunge quartet, Planned Dilemma are teasing their upcoming Alienize EP with the album’s lead single and accompanying music video, “Alien Eyes.” Get hypnotised!
Korn and Alice In Chains are on a North American co-headlining tour and Budweiser Stage was the venue for the Toronto sonic onslaught which delivered the best of both band’s storied discographies. Opening power came from both Underoath and H09909.
During a recent Air Force deployment in Iraq, Suffolk County-based musician Brian Cotter penned the new single “Lonely Night.” Due out on August 16th via his alt-rock project, Teach Me Human, stream the song today via our debut!
Despite a very large fiasco with the now defunct Pledge Music, L7 have released a statement regarding the issue as well as a new video for “Holding Pattern” from the Blackheart Records-released Scatter The Rats.
Drown yourself in some “nautical rock n’ roll” with the exclusive premiere of Nashville’s grunge-inspired rockers Rusty Shipp and their latest music video for the single “Breaking Waves.”
Help Me, I’m Alive, the new album from Hearken, is due on June 27th and, from start to finish, is carefully considered, skilfully presented, and very fucking good.
It was time we finally spoke to South African prog rockers Deity’s Muse for a look at the future, but also the challenges of the past. Vocalist and guitarist, Wayne Boucher, spoke to us with his usual humility and honesty, and there is a lot to chew on!
Dune Rats have released their new song “No Plans” today. The track was co-produced by James Tidswell and Dune Rats, and it’s the first taste of new music in two years.
We’re excited about going to Download in a couple of weeks and so are Leeds rockers AllUsInLove who told us they’re going to leave everything onstage when they return to Castle Donington for Download 2019!
Celebrating its 25th anniversary this week (June 7, 1994), Stone Temple Pilot’s sophomore set, Purple, remains an important, fresh and vibrant record — possibly the strongest in the band’s impressive catalog.
Australia’s All The Colours is a a trio of musicians delivering fuzzy, gritty alternative rock that fits in perfectly with the ongoing Aussie grunge revival. Today, in celebration of the guys’ new single “Tear It Down,” we’re pleased to help premiere the tune to the world.