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The Ghost Inside announce ‘Rise From The Ashes: Live At The Shrine’

June 30, 2021

  On an early morning in November 2015, The Ghost Inside was involved in a head-on collision that took the life of their bus driver as well as the driver of the other vehicle. Jonathan Vigil (vocals) suffered a fractured back, ligament damage, and two broken ankles. Zach Johnson (guitar) had 13 surgeries for a femur injury and Andrew Tkaczyk (drums) lost his right leg above the knee. The future of the band was completely unknown throughout 2016, as everyone struggled to heal their extensive injuries. The road to recovery was both mentally and physically extensive but The Ghost Inside were determined to get back to doing what they love. Nearly four years later, the band did just that returning to the stage July 2019, 1,333 days after their bus accident. Originally meant to take place at the historic Shrine Auditorium, tickets sold out so quickly that the gig had to be moved to the parking lot. The updated parking lot location sold out at 8,000 tickets. The accident will always be a defining moment [Read More]

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Caskets reveal new track “The Only Ones”

June 29, 2021

Heavy Music Award nominees Caskets are proud to reveal ‘The Only Ones’, the third single from their upcoming debut album ‘Lost Souls’ out 13th August through SharpTone Records. In regards to the new single, vocalist Matt Flood comments “The Only Ones is a song about losing someone you loved, and coming to terms with the fact that it is actually down to your own actions as to why the other person left and that it hurts to know that the other person is hurting just as much.” “Lost Souls” can be pre-ordered here. ‘Lost Souls’ Tracklisting 1. The Only Ones 2. Glass Heart 3. Hold Me Now 4. Lost in Echoes 5. Clarity 6. Hopes & Dreams 7. Drowned in Emotion 8. Lose Myself 9. The Final Say 10. One More Time 11. Nothing to Hide   For more information on Caskets, follow their social media:



June 29, 2021

Grammy Award nominated progressive metallers Between The Buried And Me have announced their highly anticipated new album, ‘Colors II’. The album will be released on Friday, August 20th via Sumerian Records with pre-orders available now from To celebrate the announcement, Between The Buried And Me have dropped the first single “Fix The Error”. The track premiered on SiriusXM’s Liquid Metal and features drum solos from an ironclad trifecta of Mike Portnoy, Navene Koperweis, and Ken Schalk. Find “Fix The Error” on streaming platforms here. Between The Buried and Me built their influential 2007 album, “Colors”, on an unwavering commitment to artistic integrity. They’ve only fortified that commitment on its 2021 sequel, “Colors II”. The circumstances surrounding both records bear key similarities, yet the North Carolina quintet—Tommy Rogers [lead vocals, keyboards], Paul Waggoner [lead and rhythm guitar, backing and lead vocals], Dustie Waring [rhythm and lead guitar], Blake Richardson [drums], and Dan Briggs [bass, keyboards]— once again stretch the boundaries of their signature sound and heavy music at large. “Especially with 2020, we really wanted [Read More]


Defences – new single “Say It” out now!

June 29, 2021

Alternative-metal formation Defences released their new single “Say It” yesterday. The band already has club-headliner status in the UK and looks back on tours with Our Last Night, Mallory Knox and Our Hollow, Our Home. They will also be playing on next years Download festival. Check out the new song/video: “Say It” was created in cooperation with producer Daniel Kerr. Frontwoman Cherry and her co-singer Will on the new song: “The most confrontational Defences song yet. The cards are on the table. It’s anger and it isn’t shy about it – honest anger, disappointment in something, someone or even in yourself.“ – Cherry / Vocals “‘Say It’ is aimed at the people who try to bring you down from your passion. It is quite poignant for myself having had to deal with constant blows to my musical self-esteem in the past. This song is directed to all those who’ve wasted time or made me lose sight of my passion for music in the past and question my abilities, as we often do to ourselves from [Read More]

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Lil Lotus shares new single “Think Of Me Tonight”

June 29, 2021

Lil Lotus released his new single “Think Of Me Tonight” through Epitaph today, an explosive pop-punk song – produced by John Feldmann, who already worked with All Time Low, Good Charlotte, Panic! At The Disco and Black Veil Brides. “Think Of Me Tonight” is the opener of Lil Lotus upcoming debut record “Error Boy”, which will be released August 20th through Epitaph. The music video was produced by Pix3lface (PARTYNEXTDOOR, Mike Shinoda, Fever 333, Travis Barker). Lil Lotus comments: “’Think of Me Tonight’ is one of my favorite songs on the album. It’s funny though because it came together in about an hour. Feldmann probably worked on the track for 30 minutes, then he asked if I had anything for it. I said no, but he still told me to get in there. I did and the song came together in another 30 minutes. He said it was the fastest a song ever came together, but it turned out to be one of the sickest ones.” ERRØR BØY TRACK LISTING 1. Think of Me Tonight [Read More]


Blood Youth return with new single

June 29, 2021

Modern metallers Blood Youth have returned with a huge new single, “Iron Lung”, which was premiered last night on the BBC Radio 1 Rock Show with Daniel P. Carter. It’s equally brutal as it is emotive, and signals a new era for the band. Vocalist Kaya Tarsus explains the song’s meaning: “We wrote Iron Lung just before the impacts of the pandemic swept across the globe, and looking back it couldn’t have been more fitting if we tried. The song centres around having someone or something to get us through each day; “Will you breathe for me? Will you bleed for me?” We all have our own shit going on in life, and at the end of the day you’re the only person that can help yourself through it. In the video, we see this masked figure, living in his own hell and doing what he can to survive. He creates something to worship and hold on to through the darkest times”. For more information on Blood Youth, follow their social media: [Read More]


Spotlight Artist: Fast rising rock band Lone Tree and their new single, Rude Bwoy

June 29, 2021

Time to shine the spotlight on a fast rising rock band hailing from Nairobi,Kenya. Allow me to introduce you to Lone Tree, formed in 2016 and consisting of 5 expat teens that have come together to deliver fresh new rock. The young talented musicians each bring to life their own influences and worldly styles, meshing together, to give you exactly what you need. About the band: For the first 4 years, the band was named Refuge which represented what they were all about: an escape from shallow, inauthentic music. Originally meant as a joke, it ended up symbolizing their drive for social progress as well as their origins as “development kids”. Then something changed during the pandemic. 4 years together developed their skill and creativity but being hit with the biggest challenge imaginable determined their identity and purpose as a band. They worked intensively on their sound, songwriting and the message, letting their musical influences serve as inspiration rather than dogma, and developed their own contemporary interpretation. This all happened in their home studio on [Read More]