New Jersey’s Palisades have released the video for the song “Through Hell” along with announcing tour dates with none other than Jonathan Davis!
Fabulous folkstress Tara Jane O’Neil is streaming the new single “Blow” from her forthcoming self-titled album, Tara Jane O’Neil, due on April 21st via Gnomonsong Records.
South London’s garage rockers, The Sly Persuaders, have shared another song, “TFD,” off their forthcoming self-titled debut, The Sly Persuaders, which is due on February 24th via Roadkill Records.
Edmonton, Alberta metal quartet Striker have just unveiled the lead single, “Born To Lose”, from their newly-announced self-titled album.
The Sly Persuaders are a South London, England based garage rock who just released a stream of the single “Watch & Learn” taken from their forthcoming self-titled debut.
New Jersey’s Palisades have released a brand new track taken from their forthcoming self-titled album, due out on the 20th January via Rise Records.
The veteran-laden trio that is Serpentine Dominion let us brand them with a pentagram. Drummer Shannon Lucas weighs in on Corpsegrinder’s neck, Adam’s stage attire and the Hell that is Guitar Center.
Serpentine Dominion has revealed details for their self-titled debut and launched the first single, “The Vengeance In Me”.
New England’s newest power trio Nomad Stones have arrived with another new single, “Dead Batteries”. Check it out here!
Alternative rockers Table Talk drop their self-titled album Table Talk on June 3rd; 2016 and are now streaming the song “Evident” via Bandcamp.
Will the new album from rising band Conquer Divide light up the metalcore scene or is it a case of been there, heard that?
Corrosion Of Conformity’s self-titled new studio offering is out now. Released via Candlelight Records, ‘Corrosion Of Conformity’ was recorded at Dave Grohl’s Studio 606 in Los Angeles, produced by the band in cooperation with long-time collaborator John Custer, mixed by John Lousteau (Foo Fighters) and features artwork by Seldon Hunt (Melvins, High On Fire). Featuring the esteemed Animosity lineup of vocalist/bassist Mike Dean, guitarist Woody Weatherman, and drummer/vocalist Reed Mullin, the album’s release closes a six year recording gap and completes over a year of concentrated writing and recording for the band.
Up til now, a large part of Twerps’ charm has been their rough edges. Recording to hissy four track tape, singing songs about enjoying the “occasional quiet drink” and then throwing up on your friends, the Melbourne foursome have released a series of lovably lo-fi vinyl singles and cassettes on labels around the world.