Ozzy Osbourne Shares New Song “Patient Number 9” – New Album Coming This Fall


Ozzy Osbourne has announced his next album, Patient Number 9, via Epic Records on September 9th, 2022. The album is the follow-up to his chart-topping global hit Ordinary Man (Epic Records). The LP’s title track, featuring a guest appearance by legendary guitarist Jeff Beck, can be streamed below. The music video for the track, directed by iconic artist and comic book creator Todd McFarlane (Spawn, Korn), premieres later today at 10 a.m. ET / 7:00 a.m. PT on Friday. Stream the track now and watch the video at the link below.

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Ozzy Osbourne Will Release a New Single – “Patient Number 9” This Week


Black Sabbath legend Ozzy Osbourne, who is home recovering from major surgery, will release a new solo single, “Patient Number 9′ this Friday, June 24th, 2022. Watch a teaser for the track right now! Continue reading


EP REVIEW: South of Eden – The Talk


South of Eden, a classic rock-esq band from Ohio, release an EP, The Talk (LAVA Music), to eager supporters, new admirers, and all-around music connoisseurs. The Talk presents listeners with a wonderful classic rock era sound. Think the mid to late seventies through the early nineties; when rock was fun, light, airy, and full of awesome guitar riffs and harmonies that sweep you off your feet and float you away to rock and roll heaven. It may sound like an over-exaggeration, but pick up The Talk and you will smile in understanding.

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ALBUM REVIEW: The Earth Below – Nothing Works Vol 2: Hymns for Useless Gods


Deepak Raghu is an extremely diverse, creative entity. His previous forays into Rock and Metal have embraced many outlying elements such as Americana, Folk, and Soul: on Nothing Works Vol 2: Hymns for Useless Gods (Unheard Music), his latest outing with solo project The Earth Below, he melds those traditional sounds with melodic weight, in turn baffling and eventually ensnaring the senses.Continue reading


INTERVIEW: From This World – Unearthing the Past to Build the Future


Following the premiere stream of their new single ‘Let It Go’, Ghost Cult caught up over email with the artist known as From This World over email for a Q & A interview to learn more about this project and the motivation behind the music. Armed with an inventive, excellent new album Variations on a Dream our dialogue covers the artist’s self-described “New Classic Rock”, influences, the personal nature of the music and much more!Continue reading


Black Label Society Shares Incredible “Spoke In The Wheel” Music Video


As we previously reported, Zakk Wylde’s Black Label Society will release a remastered reissue of their debut Sonic Brew, dubbed Sonic Brew – 20th Anniversary Blend via eOne Music on May 17th. The band just released a chilling rendition of ‘Spoke In The Wheel’, heavily relying on piano and strings and a video to accompany it, which you can see below. It’s the bonus track on the reissue and even features a musical nod to Eric Clapton/Derrick and the Dominos classic ‘Layla”.

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November 23rd 2018 New Music Releases


Check out all of today’s new releases in the music world!

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Record Store Day Black Friday Essentials


Record Store Day Black Friday not only supports artists and labels you love but it an opportunity to support small businesses, indie record shops and basically keep your scene alive, And if you can’t get out of the house, for Black Friday and Small Business Saturday, don’t have a lot of money to spend, or just plain hate consumerism, consider heading over to our pals at Bandcamp and purchase even one track from one of your favorite bands. Consider joining Metal Bandcamp Gift Club or starting your own with friends. If you are participating in #RSDBlackFriday2018, Ghost Cult has you covered with our exhaustive list below.Continue reading


“The White Album” By The Beatles Turns Fifty!


There is a scene in the Steven Spielberg film Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade where our eponymous hero faces up to his latest nemesis, known to us only as Panama Hat. Panama Hat discovers the priceless Cross of Coronado in Indiana’s pocket. He remarks:

This is the second time I’ve had to reclaim my property from you.”

Jones responds, ever protecting of the artifact: “That belongs in a museum!”

So do you!” cackles our bad guy.

I use this diversion to illustrate one point: namely, the understandable reverence for The Beatles does occasionally lapse into regarding them and their music as some kind of untouchable museum piece. Every note of music, every syllable of dialogue, every lyric pored over with scrupulous and studied gaze, their ardent fan base akin to music archaeologists in search of a new lens, some new insight.Continue reading


The Jimmy Hendrix Experience – Are You Experienced Album Turns 50


Fifty years ago this week, The Jimmy Hendrix Experience exploded on the scene with the release of their début album Are You Experienced (Track Records), and changed music forever. A critical and commercial success at the time, the album stands today as one of the most innovative and enduring records ever released, with a musical shadow that is still inspiring new guitar players today across every genre of music. Continue reading