music

Bullet For My Valentine release new track ‘Parasite’

July 25, 2021

Welsh Metal band Bullet For My Valentine released another new song this Friday. ‘Parasite’ is released as a stand-alone track, so it doesn’t show on the current album stream of their upcoming new self-titled record, which will be released October 22 via Search And Destroy Records. Both of the new songs; “Knives” and “Parasite”, confirm what the band stated in many interviews over the last weeks. The new record is probably the heaviest the band ever put out. The record can be pre-ordered here. Track List: 1. Parasite 2. Knives 3. My Reverie 4. No Happy Ever After 5. Can’t Escape The Waves 6. Bastards 7. Rainbow Veins 8. Shatter 9. Paralysed 10. Death By A Thousand Cuts   Bullet For My Valentine also shared tour dates for the UK (2021) and Europe (2022). Tickets sale has already started at https://bulletformyvalentine.com/ Also, check out the recently created Patreon of the band – https://www.patreon.com/armyofnoise For more information on the band, follow their social media: https://www.facebook.com/BulletForMyValentine https://bulletformyvalentine.com/ https://twitter.com/bfmvofficial https://instagram.com/bfmvofficial/  

Hard Rock

Blood Youth release new track “Cells”

July 25, 2021

British hardcore band, Blood Youth, have released another new song called “Cells”. The massive and melodic song can be streamed now at this link:https://music.ruderecords.com/cells The song follows the release of “Iron Lung”, the band’s first song in two years. Fans can stream and watch the music video here: https://youtu.be/FqVsgjNJVcY. It premiered on BBC Radio 1 Rock Show with Daniel P. Carter and is equally brutal as it is emotive. Blending bile with beauty, the quartet creates an intense sonic experience that is unmistakably their own, effortlessly switching from pummeling, groovy riffs to soaring, melodic choruses, interwoven with a raw, lyrical depth that draws from personal experiences. Iridescent and resilient, Blood Youth have earned a legion of dedicated followers and have firmly established themselves as a frontrunner of modern metal. The band is confirmed for a UK headline tour in September after their appearance at this year’s Slam Dunk Festival. Support comes from Death Blossoms. Tickets are on sale now at http://www.bloodyouth.com. For more information, follow their social media: https://www.facebook.com/bloodyouth https://mailchi.mp/kinda/www.bloodyouth.com https://twitter.com/bloodyouthuk https://www.instagram.com/bloodyouthuk/?hl=it

New Music

The Linda Lindas release new single “Oh!”

July 25, 2021

  Los Angeles-based punkband The Linda Lindas released their highly anticipated new single “Oh!” a few days ago. “‘Oh!’ is one of the first singles we wrote masked and distanced during the pandemic”, the band recollects. “It started with the main-riff that Bela brought into the band. Eloise wrote the verses and Lucia and Mila the refrains. The song is about trying to help someone and having it blow up in your face.” The colorful and funny video was directed by Ryan Baxley (Best Coast, The Regrettes, Charlie Hanson) and shows the American skateboarder and photographer Ray Barbee. Additionally, the song is played in the trailer for the Netflix series “The Chair” with Golden Globe-winner Sandra Oh as the main character. “The Chair” is about Dr. Ji-Yoon Kim (Oh), who orientates herself in her new role as head of the English faculty at the renowned Pembroke University. Ji-Yoon is the first woman to the chair and faces, as one of the few colored employers at the University, a series of challenges. Watch the trailer here. [Read More]

New Music

Between The Buried And Me release new track “Revolution In Limbo”

July 25, 2021

Grammy Award-nominated progressive metallers Between The Buried And Me have dropped a new track, “Revolution In Limbo”, the second song taken from their highly anticipated new album, ‘Colors II’, which will be released on Friday, August 20th via Sumerian Records with pre-orders available now from http://www.betweentheburiedandme.com. “Revolution In Limbo” follows the release of the first single “Fix The Error” which spawned a brilliant animated music video, paying homage to the 90s cartoons the band grew up watching. “Fix The Error” debuted in the top 10 on the iTunes Metal charts and was the third most played track on SiriusXM’s Liquid Metal the week it launched. Fans were so excited by new Between The Buried and Me music and the announcement of “Colors II” that the first pressing of vinyl pre-orders completely sold out in just 24 hours. “Especially with 2020, we really wanted to give it all we could and show the world we’re still here”, explains Tommy. “That’s part of the reason we named it ‘Colors II’. We were in a similar spot when [Read More]

Metal

The Raven Age announce new album and share new single/lyric video for “No Man’s Land”

July 25, 2021

English melodic metal band The Raven Age just announced their new record “Exile”, which will be out September 17 via Explore1 Music Group/EX1 Records. The new album is a beautifully curated selection of songs featuring 11 tracks including 2 new original songs, plus fan favorites from their 2019 release “Conspiracy” as well as hand-picked live tracks from tours in front of massive audiences in Chile, Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States. “Exile” is available to pre-order now, including exclusive artist bundles with limited autographed copies via the band’s online store at https://theravenage.lnk.to/exile “The concept for ‘Exile’ is something we had been toying with for a while”, says vocalist Matt James. “We had done alternate acoustic style versions of songs before and the response was so positive it made us think about doing a whole album this way! Obviously, The Raven Age is first and foremost a metal band but due to the melodic nature of our songs they can lend themselves to this kind of treatment. We were pleasantly surprised how great so [Read More]

Metalcore

Sleep Waker share video for the title track of their new album “Alias”

July 25, 2021

Grand Rapids band SLEEP WAKER — guitarists Jake Impellizzeri and Jason Caudill, vocalist Hunter Courtright, drummer Frankie Mish, and bassist Aaron Lutas — have shared the video for the title track of their new album “Alias”, out July 23, via UNFD. “‘Alias’ is the final piece of the album”, offers Mish. “It’s the culmination of years of work from us, and concepts that have slowly been building since the beginning of the band. We specifically wanted this song to hit all the points on this album and really show the evolution. By the time you get to ‘Distance,’ the final song, you’ve come full circle and really feel the journey and full breath of the songs”. This concept is mirrored in the music video. Mish explains: “Our music videos have always had a conceptual B story — even the playthroughs. We hope that now one of the final pieces has been revealed, we’ll be transitioning into a new chapter of Sleep Waker as a whole”. Alias, which follows the band’s 2017 debut EP “Lost in [Read More]

Alternative

Young Culture shares new single “Singlemindedteens”

July 25, 2021

Three-piece alternative rock band Young Culture is back and ready for summer with their new feel-good EP, “Godspeed”. The band has recently shared another single, “Simplemindedteens”. “Godspeed” is set to be released on July 30th via Rude and Equal Vision Records and is available for pre-order here. For more information, please visit: http://www.youngcultureny.com “’Simplemindedteens’ is an ode to the days when we were growing up”, the band shares. “Learning how to be yourself and discovering new things. Friends, drugs, relationships, memories and mistakes. Everything you’re not so sure you want to tell your future kids about”. They continue: “At times when you’re growing up, things can feel negative. But it feels good to look back at your life in a positive light. Embrace the things you’ve done that make you who you are today. We focused a lot on the acoustic guitar, and swing feel that the song has. Something to sound light and fun”. After spending nearly every Sunday during the pandemic brainstorming and writing together, childhood friends Alex Magnan (vocals), Gabe Pietrafesa (guitar), [Read More]