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In support of their new EP titled Easy Listening, out today on Concession Records, Canada's pummeling angular punk trio Greys have launched a free download of their latest release exclusively at their Bandcamp page greys.bandcamp.com.
on May 22, 2012
Philadelphia's noisy rockers Ladder Devils are gearing up to release Nowhere Plans, their debut full length for Brutal Panda Records. The band, featuring members of now defunct PA hardcore heroes The Minor Times, are planning a June 26th release date on vinyl and digital formats. The band is currently streaming the new song "Good Enough Methodology" online - listen below.
on May 22, 2012
Los Angeles progressive thrashers HeXen have officially released a sample track from their forthcoming new full-length, Being And Nothingness set for North American released through Pulverised Records on July 17, 2012. Check out the new song, "Stream Of Unconsciousness" just below!
on May 22, 2012
Museum Mouth is a band from Southport, North Carolina with a knack for catchy, indie punk rock. The group released its debut in 2010 called Tears In My Beer, an excitable-sounding record that bawled with rawness and youthful innocence. In the two years since the release of Tears In My Beer, Museum Mouth have toured tirelessly and worked on their craft to mature their sound and progress their musicianship. The new record dubbed Sexy But Not Happy illustrates this hard work that the band has put into developing its sound.
on May 19, 2012
No Regrets Coyote formed in September of 2011 in Nashville, Tennessee. The original three members Danny, Ian, and Steve played a couple shows as a Weezer cover band and decided that they wanted to start writing originals. They added Tom to bass and quickly began writing new, original material. They took influence from punk bands like Against Me! and Letterman, 90’s emo bands such as Smashing Pumpkins and Sunny Day Real Estate, as well as other Nashville locals like Diarrhea Planet and Jeff The Brotherhood.
on May 18, 2012
In their three years together, The Product has achieved quite a dedicated following throughout the Midwest United States. The song "Nightmare" from their debut EP Break the Silence became an instant hit when it stayed at number 1 on Alternative Addiction's top ten unsigned bands list for several months. This gained the group a lot of interest and support in their tour dates throughout the area as they were able to sell over four thousand copies of Break the Silence. Another huge break came for The Product in 2011 when the NHL's Detroit Red Wings began using the song "Make Your Move" as the team's 2011 playoff pre-game theme song which gained them even more exposure.
on May 17, 2012
After several months of contemplation and over five years of live shows, line-up changes and other shakeups in the music industry, the four musicians behind the band Vesperia decided that it was time for a change, a big change. So the band changed its name from Bolero to Vesperia and totally tweaked their mentality while they were at it. Just because they've made some changes though doesn't mean that Vesperia is a completely different band. They're still generally playing the same music, taking their inspiration from the thrash, black metal and folk music that they so love.
on May 17, 2012
If you're a fan of MxPx then they really need no introduction at all. The band is celebrating its twentieth anniversary together this year and in that time have developed and maintained a massive following of highly dedicated punk rock fans. The last few years have been somewhat quiet for MxPx, since the release of their 2007 record Secret Weapon. Since then, the group dropped the six song EP titled Left Coast Punk EP in November of 2009 which was quickly followed with the Christmas album Punk Rawk Christmas that December. Aside from the documentary "Both Ends Burning" released late last year, not much else musically has happened in the MxPx camp, until now.
on May 16, 2012
A new song called "Through Hatred And Devotion" from the French brutal death metal band Livarkahil can now be streamed just below. "Through Hatred And Devotion" is taken from the band's upcoming EP Wrath Of God. This free download EP will be also available as a USB drive with exclusive content (video, tutorials, goodies, tabs). The group recently signed a worldwide management deal with Germany’s Rock N Growl Management.
on May 16, 2012
Just one week remains until the release of North Carolina powerhouse To Speak of Wolves' ferocious new album, Find Your Worth, Come Home, already praised by heavy music tastemaker Revolver as "sweeping, anthemic metalcore." Two days after releasing the album's first epic video, the band is teasing fans with the debut of a fourth track from the anticipated album, "A Simple Thought That Changed Everything." "'A Simple Thought...' is a pretty different song for us as it is all singing," says drummer Phil Chamberlain. "We wanted to try something different and we wanted to share this song to show a different aspect of the record that we haven't previewed yet."
on May 16, 2012
The new international progressive rock/metal act Affector has been preparing for the release of their debut album Harmagedon, due out on May 22 (North America, May 21 Europe) via InsideOut Music. In anticipation of the release, Affector has released the title-track "Harmagedon", which can be heard in its 13-minute entirety just below.
on May 15, 2012
In support of their upcoming new EP titled Easy Listening, out May 22nd on Concession Records, Canada's pummeling angular punk trio Greys have premiered a full stream of their latest release one week early online.
on May 15, 2012
The Gamblers are now back with a new record titled The Wolf You Feed and due out on May 22nd. The group received help from Ted Hutt on pre-production and Stuart Sikes produced the record alongside the entire band. The result is a fully realized punk rock record that will likely please any fan of the genre. To offer a quick glimpse of The Wolf You Feed, here is a free download of the track "Comedians" - share the wealth!
on May 15, 2012
As a sample of the new The New Jacobin Club EP Left Behind, here is the song "My Smile" available for free download.
on May 15, 2012
Starting today, French death metallers Trepalium have a brand new song from their forthcoming new studio creation streaming online. The track, "Let The Clown Rise, comes off the band’s highly anticipated fourth full-length, H.N.P., which is set for release on June 8th through Klonosphere/Season of Mist and was recorded, mixed and mastered at Thibault Chaumont’s Deviant Lab studio.
on May 14, 2012
A Tragedy In Progress has made the first track ("The Human Condition") off their upcoming album available for streaming online. The album, entitled Mechanical Weather contains 13 songs that were tracked at Echelon Studios with Joseph McQueen. The record hits stores and online through Indianola Records August 14th. Formed in 2010, A Tragedy in Progress is the complete and original line up of Across Five Aprils. The band had reunited for a series of reunion shows that year when they decided to write some new songs under the name of the band’s first record (A Tragedy in Progress). Eventually this led to long time A5A collaborators Indianola Records releasing the 2011 EP Going Down With The Ship.
on May 13, 2012
No Place For Heroes is a band that came alive in 2010 thanks to the band members' love of metallic rock. The group is built for the stage, combining a dynamic inter-mixture of sounds with a combination of the heaviness of rock, the power of metal along with a bit of progressive rock which is all supported by a theatrical stage presentation. In terms of influences, NPFH unite the riffs of Rage Against the Machine and The Deftones, the energy of the Foo Fighters and Queens of the Stone Age, and the presence of Tool and System of a Down.
on May 13, 2012
Udine, Italy is home to a 5-piece band that plays some downright fierce metal. Jei Durisotti (vocals), Sanchez Santini (guitar), Carlo Ferraro (guitar), Giovanni Minozzi (bass) and Sasha Veselinovic (drums) came together to form Despite Exile and offer mean prog and deathcore music. It was their unique blend of powerful guitar melodies, death metal and jumpy breakdowns that created a stir on their 2010 debut EP Scarlet Reverie. Met with high critical claim, the buzz afforded Despite Exile the chance to begin touring more extensively all the while quickly growing their reputation.
on May 11, 2012
As far as side bands and side projects go, it doesn't get much bigger or better than Philm. Slayer drummer Phil Lombardo started a new group that you might be a little surprised by. You'd think that a band started by a member of Slayer would sound similar to the classic metal vibes of that revolutionary band, but Lombardo has decided to really change things up. He's scaled down his massive drumset to a simple four-piece reminiscent of drummers from the 1960s. Lombardo has likened the sound of Philm to taking all the heavy songs from the 1960s, bringing that era to modern times and mixing them up with the trance and psychedelic sounds of today.
on May 11, 2012
After several months of contemplation and over five years of live shows, line-up changes and other shakeups in the music industry, the four musicians behind the band Vesperia decided that it was time for a change, a big change. So the band changed its name from Bolero to Vesperia and totally tweaked their mentality while they were at it. Just because they've made some changes though doesn't mean that Vesperia is a completely different band. They're still generally playing the same music, taking their inspiration from the thrash, black metal and folk music that they so love.
on May 11, 2012

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