Acclaimed rockers Nothing More have shared their new single “Tired of Winning” on all DSPs, via Better Noise Music, the first official single for their long-awaited new studio album. The band with a history of writing anthemic bangers, has done it again! The Westworld/sci-fi inspired music video for the track also dropped, which you can watch now!
Heavy Rockers Five Finger Death Punch have dropped a new single “AfterLife,” the title track from their highly anticipated new studio album, due later in 2022 via Better Noise Music. Produced by the band’s longtime collaborator Kevin Churko (Ozzy Osbourne, Papa Roach, Skillet) the band is looking to continue their string of #1 rock albums and sold-out world tours. “AfterLife” is now available to stream and download on all DSPs, and you can hear it now and watch a visualizer too! Continue reading
Having nailed Asking Alexandria 3.0, with last year’s vibrant See What’s On The Inside (Better Noise), the UK metalcore-turned-rock beasts are keen to capitalise on the critical and commercial success of their seventh album with a four-track EP, featuring two exclusive tracks.
Asking Alexandria has surprise-dropped a new EP, Never Gonna Learn, continuing the vibe they started on their acclaimed 2021 full-length album See What’s On The Inside (Better Noise Music). The band also shared a new single featured on the EP, with an appearance from In This Moment frontwoman Maria Brink. “New Devil!” Check out the track and purchase and stream the EP at the link below! Continue reading
Five Finger Death Punch will return to Europe for a string of tour dates, their first since early 2020. Kicking off at Nova Rock Festival in Austria in June, the band will (Headline show) festivals and perform in arenas. Megadeth and Bad Wolves will be the special guests in Berlin, Moenchengladbach, and Rotterdam – reuniting FFDP with their 2020 touring partners. Tickets go on sale October 29th, 2021. The band is currently in the studio working on new music for their forthcoming ninth studio album to be released in 2022. Continue reading
Hard rock heavy weights, Asking Alexandria, have set and maintained an exceptionally high bar for themselves. It’s extremely disheartening to admit that their new record, See What’s On The Inside (Better Noise), falls slightly short of their usual standard. To be clear, there are very few bands that can achieve AA’s technical prowess. Critically, the record ticks a lot of boxes it’s supposed to. If this had come from a band like Buckcherry or Shinedown, it’d be a great release. The very problem is that this doesn’t sound like an Asking Alexandria album; It’s completely devoid of the biting, soul-exposed, gritty back-alley-of-a-rundown-city sound that made the band who they are.
Bad Wolves, who split with their former frontman Tommy Vext in January, had previously announced Daniel “DL” Laskiewicz (ex-The Acacia Strain) as their new vocalist. Now Doc Coyle has given an update on Twitter that the new BW album, Dear Monsters, “is done being mixed and mastered “after 15 months.” He also recently posted a photo of the band together on Instagam. The album is tentatively due out later in 2021 via the bands’ label Better Noise Music.
Papa Roach has shared a new video for “Broken As Me (featuring Danny Worsnop from Asking Alexandria)” via Better Noise Music. The video is being released in support of Chicago’s JBTV, as the legendary studio seeks to find a new studio location and get back on its feet after the pandemic devastated music venues across the world. Watch it now!
In a new video posted to his social media, former Bad Wolves frontman Tommy Vext lodged a ton of allegations against his former bandmates, as well as his former label Better Noise Music, including charges of racism, and massive theft of funds among other things. He also leaked the identity of his replacement in the band, former co-founder of The Acacia Strain, Daniel “DL” Laskiewicz, who retired from that band in 2013 to move on to producing. Tommy says he is sitting on five albums worth of unreleased music and thanked his fans for their support. He also made a few comparisons to the music industry and his plight comparing himself to both Marilyn Manson and Phil Anselmo, as well an odd comparison to his situation, being in bands, and theoretical personal relationships with being like bands that were eerily similar to abuse accusations lodged against Tommy last year by his former girlfriend. He also spent the end of the video casting aspersions on liberalism and soft “feminine liberals” such as his former bandmates, the poor performance of President Joe Biden, disproved theories about the Coronavirus vaccine, and his personal political ideologies. In the almost hour-long chat with fans, Tommy alleges:Continue reading
Hard Rock band Bad Wolves released the new music video for their song “Learn To Walk Again”, from The Retaliators movie soundtrack from the movie arm of their record label, Better Noise Films. The track is also off of their sophomore album, N.A.T.I.O.N. out now. Continue reading