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Head down to the Basement with Frank Iero and the Future Violents for their new track

February 18, 2020

  Time to head down to the Basement and check out the newly released track, Basement Eyes from Frank Iero and The Future Violents. In the midst of international sensationalism and associated chaos theory, (past, present, and future) Frank Iero has always found sanctuary in one place and one place alone. His basement.Hot off the heels of some BIG announcements pertaining to his ‘other job’ and in “cellabration” of his most accomplished and successful work to date – the critically-acclaimed 2019 Steve Albini recorded double opus Barriers (out now via UNFD) Frank opened up his inner sanctum home studio to a camera crew in order to document a visual representation of the most personal track on the album: “Basement Eyes.”A true look beyond the candelabra, the “Basement Eyes” video is a fascinating insight into the pscyhe and process that Frank utilizes in creating music. Featuring studio reels, recording notes, tape mixes and title boards from the actual recording of Barriers, the grainy “heart on the sleeve” celluloid also features never before seen documentation of Frank’s ever expanding collection of instruments, guitars, pedals [Read More]

New Music

Check out the new track, Bad Decisions from The Strokes

February 18, 2020

Today The Strokes released a new song, Bad Decisions. The track is off their upcoming album, The New Abnormal which is set for an April 10th release via Cult/RCA. Check out the new song and video here:   The New Abnormal is The Strokes’ sixth studio album and was recorded at Shangri-La Studios in Malibu and produced by Rick Rubin. The album’s cover artwork is a painting by Jean-Michel Basquiat, Bird on Money. THE NEW ABNORMAL TRACK LIST 1. The Adults Are Talking 2. Selfless 3. Brooklyn Bridge To Chorus 4. Bad Decisions 5. Eternal Summer 6. At The Door 7. Why Are Sundays So Depressing 8. Not The Same Anymore 9. Ode To The Mets Ahead of the release, The Strokes will play a run of very special shows in the U.K., Europe, and North America preceding a clutch of new U.S dates and festival shows around the world later this year. THE STROKES LIVE February 14—Berlin, DE—Columbiahalle February 18—Paris, FR—Olympia February 19—London, UK—The Roundhouse February 24—Belfast, UK—Waterfront Hall March 5—Vancouver, BC—Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena* March 9—Seattle, WA—WaMu Theater* March 14—Los Angeles, [Read More]

New Music

VIDEO ALERT: Ashley Purdy releases new single & video; King for a Day

February 17, 2020

  Ashley Purdy does it again and continues to prove his solo career is definitely on the rise! He recently released a new song and video for King for A Day. This is the second song he has released. His debut song Nowhere was released in January and we were blown away by it. Now with King for a Day, he is showing how his music is tearing down genre walls. The addictive track will have you hooked and the new video brings to life a fairy tale story. Check out the killer song and video here: Ashley commented in our recent interview we asked him about how much he is achieved and what is in store for him in the future, “…, I’ve seen a lot and done a lot, professionally and personally. I’ve been pretty blessed to have lived a well-rounded life of experiences and journeys. Many high highs and low down lows in very tragic senses, but it’s all a part of life. I humbly accept the life I’ve been given and [Read More]

New Music

The Relapse Symphony returns with an explosive new track, Left Turns in New Jersey

February 13, 2020

We have wanted it and we have waited! Now the time is here for the return of The Relapse Symphony. It’s been nearly five years since their last release but that has not kept their fans quiet or from asking for new music. Tonight, they have answered the call and delivered a fiercely energetic explosive new track, Left Turns in New Jersey. They returned to JK Royston as producer. The track is a punch in the gut of pure punk rock that will have adrenaline running through your veins as you crank it up louder and louder. Check out the video which was directed and edited by Rayna DeCaro: We can’t wait for what lies ahead in 2020 for The Relapse Symphony. We can only hope for a tour as their live shows are spectacular. Make sure to visit their social media sites and stay up to date on their latest news. Information & Links: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheRelapseSymphony/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/RelapseSymphony Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/relapsesymphony/  

Metalcore

The Word Alive release new song ‘No Way Out’

January 24, 2020

The Word Alive released another new song from their upcoming record ‘Monomania’. ‘No Way Out’ is a very personal song, that has a special meaning to the band’s lead singer Telle Smith, as he shared on facebook: I could talk for days about what this song means to me. It’s the heaviest lyrical content I’ve ever let myself share with you all, and certainly will be hard to not choke up when we play it live for you so learn the words and help me sing it with you soon => Forever grateful for my family and friends who helped me through a dark chapter of my life to the brightest one I’m living in today 🖤 Extra special thanks you to my brother @erikron for helping me write this song and being there for me always. Thank you to @oriemcginness for bringing a story to life and my favorite TWA music video to date!! I FUCKING LOVE THIS SONG 🔥 No Way Out doesn’t hold back as it instantly pulls you into the darkest day of [Read More]

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New Music

New Music

Head down to the Basement with Frank Iero and the Future Violents for their new track

February 18, 2020

  Time to head down to the Basement and check out the newly released track, Basement Eyes from Frank Iero and The Future Violents. In the midst of international sensationalism and associated chaos theory, (past, present, and future) Frank Iero has always found sanctuary in one place and one place alone. His basement.Hot off the heels of some BIG announcements pertaining to his ‘other job’ and in “cellabration” of his most accomplished and successful work to date – the critically-acclaimed 2019 Steve Albini recorded double opus Barriers (out now via UNFD) Frank opened up his inner sanctum home studio to a camera crew in order to document a visual representation of the most personal track on the album: “Basement Eyes.”A true look beyond the candelabra, the “Basement Eyes” video is a fascinating insight into the pscyhe and process that Frank utilizes in creating music. Featuring studio reels, recording notes, tape mixes and title boards from the actual recording of Barriers, the grainy “heart on the sleeve” celluloid also features never before seen documentation of Frank’s ever expanding collection of instruments, guitars, pedals [Read More]

New Music

Check out the new track, Bad Decisions from The Strokes

February 18, 2020

Today The Strokes released a new song, Bad Decisions. The track is off their upcoming album, The New Abnormal which is set for an April 10th release via Cult/RCA. Check out the new song and video here:   The New Abnormal is The Strokes’ sixth studio album and was recorded at Shangri-La Studios in Malibu and produced by Rick Rubin. The album’s cover artwork is a painting by Jean-Michel Basquiat, Bird on Money. THE NEW ABNORMAL TRACK LIST 1. The Adults Are Talking 2. Selfless 3. Brooklyn Bridge To Chorus 4. Bad Decisions 5. Eternal Summer 6. At The Door 7. Why Are Sundays So Depressing 8. Not The Same Anymore 9. Ode To The Mets Ahead of the release, The Strokes will play a run of very special shows in the U.K., Europe, and North America preceding a clutch of new U.S dates and festival shows around the world later this year. THE STROKES LIVE February 14—Berlin, DE—Columbiahalle February 18—Paris, FR—Olympia February 19—London, UK—The Roundhouse February 24—Belfast, UK—Waterfront Hall March 5—Vancouver, BC—Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena* March 9—Seattle, WA—WaMu Theater* March 14—Los Angeles, [Read More]

Band of the Day

Maddy Wood releases soulful new rock track, Too Old To Play Pretend

February 17, 2020

For our Music Monday Fix, we want to introduce you to Maddy Wood. At the young age of 20, she is delivering music wise beyond her young years. The talented singer songwriter, which is self-described as the purple rock-n-roll glitter princess is bringing her soulful rock to the music scene. She has just released her debut single, Too Old To Play Pretend and it is the perfect blend of classic rock and modern pop.  ‘Her music combines her love for the classic rock sounds of Led Zeppelin and Stevie Nicks with a modern pop sensibility, soulful vocals and thought-provoking lyrics.’ You can stream her new song by heading over here or check it out below: About Maddy Wood For her debut single Too Old to Play Pretend, Maddy worked with New York City based producer Arthur Pingrey to transform acoustic demos into a fully-fleshed rock band performance with an addictive hook. Hailing from Providence, Rhode Island, Maddy started playing guitar and writing songs at age 7 and picked up piano in middle school. She honed [Read More]