Ironclad thrash metallers Anger As Art have announced that their new album Hubris Inc. will be released on February 5 , 2013 via Old School Metal Records.
Manchester's Minutes To Recover are an upcoming band set to release their debut album Top To Tale on November 26th. Their first single "Stereohype" is sure to get everyone singing along on the first listen from it's 'woah-oh' opening to it's anthemic chorus and soaring melodies. Other stand-out tracks are sure to be the party rock anthem "Life is a Party," the lyrically powerful "Outside of Sleep" and the hauntingly emotive "Left No Memories."
All That Remains have premiered the video for "Stand Up", the newest single from their latest record A War You Cannot Win. The "Stand Up" video was directed by P.R. Brown (Slipknot, Bullet For My Valentine, Marilyn Manson) who also collaborated with ATR on their recent album packaging and photos. "Stand Up" was filmed on location in New Hampshire. All That Remains is currently on tour as direct support to Dethklok along with special guests, The Black Dahlia Murder.
Long Island hardcore pioneers Vision of Disorder have just released their newly-completed official video for the pummeling track "Hard Times." The fourth anthem from their lauded, fourth full-length The Cursed Remain Cursed, VOD enlisted the expertise of Tom J. Cronin to direct and construct the high-paced visual depiction of the song, filmed live at two vicious gigs in London and Manchester just days before the release of The Cursed Remain Cursed this past September.
Arrow Haze, the up and coming Belgium-based rock band, is set to release their debut album Music Factory on November 23rd, 2012. Loaded with their own unique, classic-rock inspired sound, their new album is going to be hard-hitting to say the least. Posted by the band in early November, the video for the song "Crisis" is a prime example of how this young group beautifully and effortlessly melds melodic, classic rock with a hardcore edge that is driven by an innovative guitar heavy sound full of dexterity and lacking restraint. Simply amazing!
Fronted by Carla Harvey and Heidi Shepherd, named two of the year's 'Hottest Women In Rock' by Revolver Magazine, Butcher Babies left their mark on the United Kingdom in June, appearing on the Download festival and supporting Anthrax in Cardiff. They returned to America as direct support for Otep in the Fall, and are wrapping up their first headlining tour tonight in front of a hometown crowd at the Roxy on the Sunset Strip. The band are currently at work on their full-length debut, which is slated for worldwide release in Summer 2013 via Century Media Records.
A Tomb for the Haunted, the long-awaited new album from Mexico's legendary Agony Lords, will be released November 26th on Chaos Records. After a decade in the shadows the band returns with their most fully realized effort, one anchored in dark 'n powerful melodies and a mighty melo-death punch that in combination can only be termed Graveyard Occult Metal. A Tomb for the Haunted is a concept album consisting of 10 dark chapters extracted directly from the crypt. Watch the official video for "The Spirit in the Tower" today!
Venice, California "Destroyers of Rock 'n' Roll", The Shrine released their new album Primitive Blast this Summer and just returned from their first European tour alongside stoner rock veterans Fu Manchu. The Shrine just premiered the video for "Whistlings of Death", a true-to-life mashup of everything the band lives for: skating pools, having fun and hammering home heavy, psychedelic, riff-based rock. The Shrine are currently finalizing their touring schedule for early 2013.
Fall City Fall is ready to unleash their unique sound filled with hard hitting melodies and technical riffs. With duel-vocalists Nathan Zorn and Keenan Pylychaty leading the pack, the band dives deep into the human psyche with meaningful lyrics and memorable songs. They will film two new music videos this Friday, November 23rd for "Lovebirds" and "Dissentipede" in Calgary, Alberta at Albert Park Radisson Heights, from their forthcoming album Victus.
Coheed and Cambria will also release The Afterman: Ascension (Big Beige Demos) as a limited edition clear vinyl to indie retailers on November 23, 2012 to hold fans over until volume two of their double album, The
Afterman: Descension, is released on February 5, 2013. The band is currently wrapping up their tour of intimate headlining shows and will embark on a national headlining tour beginning with two shows in Washington D.C. Supporting Coheed will be the progressive
juggernaut Between The Buried and Me and the artsy post-rock trio Russian Circles.
Teen rock sensation Cherri Bomb have just premiered the video for their latest single "Too Many Faces." "Too Many Faces" is the first single from Cherri Bomb's full-length debut album, This is the End of Control. Though the girls’ ages range from 14 to 16, their album is the product of years of work. Over the course of the past two years, Cherri Bomb opened for a Foo Fighters' arena show in Germany, performed at all the major European festivals, including Reading, Leeds, Rock En Seine, Oxegen, Highfields and Lowlands, and tore up Australia’s Soundwave festival.
Metal Blade/Rise Above has released the re-issue of Uncle Acid & the Deadbeats debut, Blood Lust, today in North America. The album has rocked an unsuspecting underground metal community in Europe for the past two years and the psychedelic sounds are beginning to ooze into North America. Blood Lust is a re-issue Uncle Acid & the Deadbeats' highly sought 2011 self-released album. A new album is currently in progress and is scheduled to be released sometime in 2013.
The Fallen Divine is a progressive metal band hailing from Oslo, Norway. The band was founded in 2009, and has since then written some great tunes, recorded one EP and one full-length album. The Binding Cycle contains eight musically strong songs, and is a considerable step forward from the group's previous EP; The Eternal Past and Future which was released in 2010. The band has released a video for their latest record for the song "Fire Lights The Night".
Helsinki vampire rock outfit, The 69 Eyes, has posted its latest music video for the song, "Borderline." The video starts with a scene in which the local vampire tour legend Lord Chaz draws five X's on the crypt door of the Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau's resting place in Saint Louis Cemetery #1. "Easy Rider's" famous psychedelic scene was also filmed there. "Borderline" appears on the band's 10th studio album, X, which hit stores last month via Nuclear Blast Records.
The Sword have released the first official music video from their new album, Apocryphon for the song "The Veil of Isis". The video was directed by Simon Chan (Mars Volta, Coheed and Cambria) of Artificial Army. This is the third music video he has done with the band to date. The new record is the band’s fourth album to date. Apocryphon debuted at #17 on the Billboard Top 200 Chart with 16,800 units marking the band’s highest career sales week to date.
Posted in early October, we're pleased to be hosting this cool music video from New York-based garage/indie rock band Young Things. This, their official video for the debut single from their forthcoming debut LP, Hello Love // Goodbye Sexual, was directed by Brandon Mikols and Michael Claeys. The album itself was produced by Mike Comparetto and Lenny Kaye, and mixed by Vance Powell.
Montreal's rising-star progressive death metal wizards Beyond Creation have just released the new official music video for their song, "Omnipresent Perception." The track is from their debut album, The Aura released late last year. If you're not yet familiar with Beyond Creation, their sound has been compared to The Faceless, Obscura, Gorod and Augury. The group puts forth technical and progressive death metal, at once pushing the boundaries of aggression and creating catchy, melodic songs.
Bucharest metal band Goodbye To Gravity has just unleashed their newest video for "I Won't Wait". The band played this year’s Summer Breeze Open Air festival in Dinkelsbühl, Germany, after being selected from over 2000 bands to compete in the yearly 'New Blood Award'. Hailing from Bucharest, Romania, Goodbye To Gravity started as an unexpected mixture of former members from the heavy metal band Thunderstorm and the winner of the 2008 national TV casting show Megastar.
Nada Surf are finishing an excellent 2012 by releasing the music video for the song "Jules and Jim," from their critically acclaimed album The Stars Are Indifferent To Astronomy. On the heals of the album's success the band have spent the year touring the world, from Australia to Europe, to South America and North America, and back again. Following their latest leg of European tour dates, this December Nada Surf will close out the year with a string of gigs across the mid-west and east coast, including a pair of home town shows in NYC at Bowery Ballroom.
All-American anthemic rockers Drowning Pool have confirmed a new album to be released in Spring 2013. Earlier this year, it was announced that fellow Texan Jasen Moreno was selected as the band's new singer. Moreno joined Drowning Pool following the departure of their former lead singer. The video for the band's new song "Saturday Night" offers fans a first look at Moreno as the new frontman and the band called out to fans via Facebook and included them in the performance footage as well as the motel party scene.