DispersE are now streaming the song “Surrender” off their forthcoming progressive metal album Foreword, which is due February 24th via Season of Mist.
Australia’s The Smith Street Band have released “Surrender,” the first single from their highly-anticipated new album Throw Me In The River, produced by Bomb The Music Industry’s Jeff Rosenstock and available digitally in the U.S. on October 28. The song is an impassioned ode to self-worth and serves as a snapshot of the last few years of the band’s hectic lives. Available on all future tour dates, “Surrender” will also be released as a tour-exclusive 7″ with an additional b-side from the new record. Listen to “Surrender” below.
No Place For Heroes is a band that came alive in 2010 thanks to the band members’ love of metallic rock. The group is built for the stage, combining a dynamic inter-mixture of sounds with a combination of the heaviness of rock, the power of metal along with a bit of progressive rock which is all supported by a theatrical stage presentation. In terms of influences, NPFH unite the riffs of Rage Against the Machine and The Deftones, the energy of the Foo Fighters and Queens of the Stone Age, and the presence of Tool and System of a Down.
Jeff Loomis has teamed up with Decibel Magazine to premiere his new song “Surrender” featuring Ihsahn of black metal band Emperor. “Surrender” appears on the upcoming album, ‘Plains Of Oblivion’ that will be out on April 10th in North America and April 9th in Europe. The track was featured on Full Metal Jackie’s syndicated radio show this past weekend, and is now available HERE.