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Thornhill release new single & video “Raw”

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Peeling back yet another layer of their impending sophomore album “Heroine” due out on June 3, the brand new single “Raw” from Melbourne rockers Thornhill oozes with blistering charm and towering soundscapes. Driven by odes [Read More]
  • Art-rock trio Palaye Royale release their new song “Broken” today via Sumerian Records. Produced by Grammy-nominated Chris Greatti (who recently worked with Machine Gun Kelly and Yungblud), the song delves into the complexities of a doomed and toxic romance, oscillating between an explosive chorus and achingly vulnerable verses. The accompanying video, directed by Eva Dolezalova, was filmed in a 12th-century [Read More]
  • Grey Daze, who recently announced the release of their new album “The Phoenix” on June 17th via Loma Vista Recordings, have released a second song plus video from the new long-player, with which the remaining band members keep their promise to Chester Bennington. “‘Starting to Fly’ is a new rock anthem about finding yourself and your true potential. It’s about [Read More]
  • With “The Streets I Call My Own” Booze & Glory celebrate the release of their new EP “Raising The Roof”, which is available digitally as well as a limited edition collectors vinyl. The EP consists of four songs and can be ordered at the Booze & Glory Shop at Pirate Press in various colors.   TRACK LISTING: A Side: 1. [Read More]
  • Influential and highly regarded Orange County, CA metalcore giants Bleeding Through have made their awaited post-pandemic return with a fierce new single titled “Rage” via SharpTone Records. Their first new music in 4 years, comes ahead of the band’s upcoming performances at So What?! Music Festival, Blue Ridge Rock Festival, and Furness Fest. Commenting on their anticipated return and the [Read More]
  •   Emo/alternative rock pioneers The Juliana Theory have returned with their new EP ‘Still The Same Kids’ Pt.1 on Rude Records/Equal Vision Records. The EP features 5 songs that fully embrace the strengths of the band’s catalog of underground anthems without sacrificing an ounce of who the duo is now. Truth be told, The Juliana Theory always owed as much [Read More]

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Thornhill release new single & video “Raw”

May 23, 2022

Peeling back yet another layer of their impending sophomore album “Heroine” due out on June 3, the brand new single “Raw” from Melbourne rockers Thornhill oozes with blistering charm and towering soundscapes. Driven by odes to classic Hollywood and cinematic scores, Heroine expands upon sonic elements explored on Thornhill’s 2019 debut album “The Dark Pool“, with the group’s latest track “Raw” immersing into sharp alternative and rock flavours, complete with razor-sharp riffs, snarling basslines and pummeling beats. Flitting between grit and billowing ambience, “Raw” also ultimately allows its overarching narrative to take the reins, as vocalist Jacob Charlton explains: “The story of the song Raw follows an actress’s responses to various requests, love letters and desperate attempts made by fans and stalkers after her first major success, appearing in a soon to be cult classic film. This song primarily focuses on character of the voice rather than complex melodies and harmonies so I really wanted to bring a story to life that matches the attitude of the instruments. The way that she fights back these [Read More]

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Palaye Royale unveil new song “Broken”

May 23, 2022

Art-rock trio Palaye Royale release their new song “Broken” today via Sumerian Records. Produced by Grammy-nominated Chris Greatti (who recently worked with Machine Gun Kelly and Yungblud), the song delves into the complexities of a doomed and toxic romance, oscillating between an explosive chorus and achingly vulnerable verses. The accompanying video, directed by Eva Dolezalova, was filmed in a 12th-century monastery in Prague. “In moments of darkness, it is crucial to find the light and grow into something even more beautiful”, explains lead singer Remington Leith. “Being broken means you have the opportunity to piece yourself back into an even better version”. The video brings this concept to life, with the visual symbolism of a burning rose representing the rejection of tainted love, followed by redemption, metamorphosis, and rebirth. Palaye Royale is comprised of Las Vegas-bred brothers Remington Leith (vocals), Sebastian Danzig (guitar), and Emerson Barrett (drums). The release of “Broken” comes on the heels of their completely sold-out headline tour across Europe, which saw the band bring their rock-n-roll circus to some of their [Read More]

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Booze & Glory release new video & EP

May 22, 2022

With “The Streets I Call My Own” Booze & Glory celebrate the release of their new EP “Raising The Roof”, which is available digitally as well as a limited edition collectors vinyl. The EP consists of four songs and can be ordered at the Booze & Glory Shop at Pirate Press in various colors.   TRACK LISTING: A Side: 1. Raising The Roof 2. Betrayed B Side: 3. C’est La Vie 4. The Streets I Call My Own       For more information on the bands, follow their social media: https://www.facebook.com/boozeandgloryofficial http://www.boozeandglory.com/ https://www.instagram.com/boozeandglory/?hl=de (Source: Starkult Promotion)

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Bleeding Through share new single “Rage”

May 22, 2022

Influential and highly regarded Orange County, CA metalcore giants Bleeding Through have made their awaited post-pandemic return with a fierce new single titled “Rage” via SharpTone Records. Their first new music in 4 years, comes ahead of the band’s upcoming performances at So What?! Music Festival, Blue Ridge Rock Festival, and Furness Fest. Commenting on their anticipated return and the new single, founding vocalist Brandan Schieppati says: “Screaming into a microphone and playing music with my friends after 20 plus years and after a pandemic seemed like an impossibility. Low and behold here we are creating music again. Personally the last few years has been a total mental battle. This music is my weapon against doubt and depression. The song ‘RAGE’ was created with the anger and frustration built up over the last few years. This song is us joining the fight to have music heal a struggling world. ‘RAGE’ is the sound of 20 plus years as a band and years of built up aggression. No bullshit. Straight up Bleeding Through”. With five Top [Read More]

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VIDEO PREMIERE: Zakk Cash shines in the spotlight with his new song/video for Touch the Flame

May 13, 2022

  Zakk Cash is back and is stepping into the spotlight with his new song/video Touch the Flame. The catchy new tune brings to life raw vulnerable emotions and will have you hooked from the start. Zakk explains about the new song, I wrote “Touch The Flame” about a bad relationship I was in. My partner was gaslighting me constantly. They had told me I couldn’t do the simplest things right and that I was stupid. They told me non of my friends knew me so non of them cared about me. After so long of this, I finally ended the relationship. Once ending the relationship, I missed the “good times” I had with this partner even thought the good times weren’t exactly great.  I spent months talking to my therapist about it and she said something that really stuck with me. “Do you think that narcissists and sociopaths don’t have good days? They’re not awful people constantly. This person was your abuser and your comforter. You need to mourn a relationship with someone who [Read More]

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Thornhill release new single & video “Raw”

May 23, 2022

Peeling back yet another layer of their impending sophomore album “Heroine” due out on June 3, the brand new single “Raw” from Melbourne rockers Thornhill oozes with blistering charm and towering soundscapes. Driven by odes to classic Hollywood and cinematic scores, Heroine expands upon sonic elements explored on Thornhill’s 2019 debut album “The Dark Pool“, with the group’s latest track “Raw” immersing into sharp alternative and rock flavours, complete with razor-sharp riffs, snarling basslines and pummeling beats. Flitting between grit and billowing ambience, “Raw” also ultimately allows its overarching narrative to take the reins, as vocalist Jacob Charlton explains: “The story of the song Raw follows an actress’s responses to various requests, love letters and desperate attempts made by fans and stalkers after her first major success, appearing in a soon to be cult classic film. This song primarily focuses on character of the voice rather than complex melodies and harmonies so I really wanted to bring a story to life that matches the attitude of the instruments. The way that she fights back these [Read More]

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Palaye Royale unveil new song “Broken”

May 23, 2022

Art-rock trio Palaye Royale release their new song “Broken” today via Sumerian Records. Produced by Grammy-nominated Chris Greatti (who recently worked with Machine Gun Kelly and Yungblud), the song delves into the complexities of a doomed and toxic romance, oscillating between an explosive chorus and achingly vulnerable verses. The accompanying video, directed by Eva Dolezalova, was filmed in a 12th-century monastery in Prague. “In moments of darkness, it is crucial to find the light and grow into something even more beautiful”, explains lead singer Remington Leith. “Being broken means you have the opportunity to piece yourself back into an even better version”. The video brings this concept to life, with the visual symbolism of a burning rose representing the rejection of tainted love, followed by redemption, metamorphosis, and rebirth. Palaye Royale is comprised of Las Vegas-bred brothers Remington Leith (vocals), Sebastian Danzig (guitar), and Emerson Barrett (drums). The release of “Broken” comes on the heels of their completely sold-out headline tour across Europe, which saw the band bring their rock-n-roll circus to some of their [Read More]

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Grey Daze release new single “Starting To Fly”

May 22, 2022

Grey Daze, who recently announced the release of their new album “The Phoenix” on June 17th via Loma Vista Recordings, have released a second song plus video from the new long-player, with which the remaining band members keep their promise to Chester Bennington. “‘Starting to Fly’ is a new rock anthem about finding yourself and your true potential. It’s about realizing that you can make the world yours. It’s a song about hope. How High Can We Go?” says drummer/songwriter Sean Dowdell of the Heidi Gadd-directed video, which features Bennington and Dowdell’s chorus – “How High Can We Go” –  skillfully connected with a series of stunning extreme sports footage and breathtaking views, as well as background footage from the recording of “The Phoenix”. “The Phoenix” serves as a supplement to the 2020 album “Amends”. An album that the band, looking back, sees as a sign of their collective mourning: “We were sad when we wrote it. Now that we’re a few years apart, it’s very clear what we went through. We were in a [Read More]