Hailing from the alt-rock capital of the U.S., Seattle group Deify are ready to blow your speakers (and hopefully not your ears) with their brand new music video for “She’s Gonna Use Me,” off their new album X.
Nonpoint have a very busy summer ahead of them! The band will release their new record X, pronounced “ten,” on August 24th through Spinefarm Records.
After playing the delicate ”Branches/Bones” from the Not the Actual Events EP the band belted out “Wish” “Less Than” and “March Of the Pigs” in rapid succession amidst a cacophony of flashing lights and smoke.
Los Angeles’ X played to a packed house at The Roxy in Hollywood, their second night of a four-night residency. Check out our live coverage!
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Xray Eyeballs began as the brainchild of guitarist O.J. San Felipe and bassist Carly Rabalais, who, after founding Brooklyn garage rock juggernaut Golden Triangle (Hardly Art), sought a release that would sate both their sweet-toothed desires and their darker impulses, like a candy-coated Vicodin. Like their musical antecedents, The Jesus and Mary Chain and The Velvet Underground, Xray Eyeballs creates a world of their own. Low-lifes, night-walkers, pill-riders, and other sordid characters stalk the band’s New York City streets and their songs compel you to follow them until you find the peace of a night redeemed in the morning light.
Tattoos are a big part of music and its culture. In today’s metal scene it’s very rare to find a musician without some sort of ink. Every tattoo seems to have a story and today I got to find out a bit about Whitechapel guitarist Alex Wade’s tattoos.
Who likes metal? Who likes alcohol? If you said yes to both of these, then I have the perfect CD for you. Taking More Shots Than An Alcoholic is six shots of great metal. Hailing from Toronto, Deterrence released this EP to North America back in 2005. Now read on and learn how to down such crazy music.