Roger Miret and the Disasters are gearing up to release their latest album January 25 on People Like You Records. Over the past weeks, Roger has premiered new tracks off of the album and he will be continuing this today by partnering up with MetalSucks to premiere the track “Outcast Youth” Check it out at THIS LOCATION.
Trap Them have premiered the first track from their upcoming album, and Prosthetic debut, ‘Darker Handcraft’. The track, “The Facts,” is available now exclusively at Brooklyn Vegan. Check it out, now at THIS LOCATION. ‘Darker Handcraft’ will be released in North America on March 1st on vinyl and March 15th on CD and digital. Brooklyn Vegan commented on the album: “Trap Them have crafted the first must-hear record of 2011, and possibly their best LP to date. Highly, highly recommended.”
As a special treat before the holidays, check out Fearless Records’ 2011 album trailer featuring exclusive previews of brand new tracks from Breathe Carolina, A Skylit Drive, The Aquabats!, Go Radio and Sparks The Rescue.
Today Chicago-based Alarm Press hosts the first track to be publicly released from Bruce Lamont’s upcoming debut solo album ‘Feral Songs For The Epic Decline’. The closing track to the varied, mammoth full-length album ‘2 Then The Three’ can be heard now at THIS LOCATION.
Times Of Grace (featuring Killswitch Engage guitarist Adam Dutkiewicz and former KsE vocalist Jesse Leach) have teamed up with Alternative Press to premiere their new video for “Strength In Numbers”. Shot just outside of Pittsburgh, PA earlier this Fall, and directed by Robby Starbuck, the video shows a familiar but devastated world. Check out the post-apocalyptic video below or on Alt Press.
As i gaze into my crystal ball I foresee a day when metalheads and pop/rock fans come together, at times rocking out to similar bands. Incidentally, Aetherborn’s EP Guardian offers us a glimpse into said musical future. Residing in Hamilton, ON these five musicians are a testament to idea of two differing fan bases coming together.
In Vancouver resides an artist named Maqlu. She’s best known for doing remixes for bands such as Jakalope and Left Spine Down among others. When she is not doing remixes she works on her own material, which she has recently compiled into her first official release, and EP titled Blood.
Black Sabbath is hands down one of the most influential bands of all time. I dare say without their innovative and at times inventive style, metal as we know it wouldn’t exist. I have been a fan of Sabbath for just about all of my life and when I was asked to review this I was more than happy to oblige. For the past year or so Eagle Rock has been releasing DVDs that go behind the scenes and document the making of some of the greatest albums ever.
For more than three decades Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers have written and recorded music that is widely considered to be classic and iconic. Petty has one of the most recognizable voices in all of Rock and Roll past or present and this is the album that launched the band into the stratosphere. Tunes such as, “Refugee” and “Don’t Do Me Like That,” both come from the Damn The Torpedoes record and in my opinion they are two of the best classic rock songs of all time.
Who likes to party to death metal? If you answered yes, then I’ve got the perfect album for you. Attila’s 2010 release Rage is the ticket to your next party. These young musicians know how to bring down the house with their intense music and do so very well with this release.
Njord, a name of an Æsir God from Norse mythology, is also the name of the 2009 album of Leave’s Eyes. This is the third full length they have created. It is a demonstration of lessons learned from previous releases. Now let’s sail into this record with full force.
I do not believe there has been anyone more immediately recognizable on the pop/punk rock scene than Billy Idol. His enigmatic persona and instantly familiar vocal delivery ruled the airwaves during the Eighties and early Nineties spawning numerous radio and video hits. I pretty much grew up listening to him and it was with great pleasure that I sat back, cracked a beer and watched this live DVD.
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During these harsh economic times, fans may lack the financial resources for purchasing their favorite bands’ albums. In an effort to save on both cash and shelf space they may opt to buy digital music instead of the hard copy. Enter Edguy’s solution, The Singles, a compilation album compressing three of Edguy’s EPs into…