We last saw Chicago rockers Dead Original was a few months back when their dropped a video for their track “Let it Bleed.” They are back today with a new video for their song “Blasted.” The hard rock trio from Chicago, that features in its ranks frontman Paul Wandtke who got his start in the music industry as a drummer for hire with Trivium, Kill Hannah, and even the hit musical Rock of Ages. Now leading his own group the band, which also includes Sean McCole on drums and Mike Petrasek (Bedlem) on bass, “Blasted” builds on the post-grun\ge vibes with some new moody darkness, via the track, highlighted by Paul’s great vocals. Check out the official music video for “Blasted” right now!
Theatrical rockers September Mourning have shared a new video fro their recent single, “Wake the Dead.” With the video created by Riven (guitarist), the Sahaj Ticotin(Ra, Starset) produced single is the band’s first release partnered with Legend Recordings and INgrooves. Watch the trippy clip for the killer track below.
Self-described “Hippy Metal” band Glostik Willy is back with a brand new video for their song “Fall Away”! Filmed by Eric Stewart, the performance-based track shows the band doing what they do best and highlights their aggressive, unique sound. The band is putting the finishing touches on their debut EP, Hippy Metal,due early 2021 via The Label Group / INgrooves! Straight out of Indiana and right on to your screens, you are seeing a potentially great band rising up here with “Fall Away” Continue reading
Dead Original is a new hard rock trio from Chicago, that features in its ranks frontman Paul Wandtke who got his start in the music industry as a drummer for hire with Trivium, Kill Hannah, and even the hit musical Rock of Ages. Now leading his own group the band, which also includes Sean McCole on drums and Mike Petrasek (Bedlem) on bass, has a post-Grunge sound mixed with some proggier moods. Check out the official music video for “Let it Burn right now!
Ghost Cult is pumped up to bring you the new video from badass rockers Saints of Destruction, ‘Dream of Pain’! The song is about “about anarchy, zombies, political elitism, media control, and social & corporate compliance” according to the band, but the video is a fun performance clip of the band jamming in a cave! With catchy AF vocals and ripping riffs, this song is going to make your quarantine stay-list! The track and the clip are definitely a breath of fresh air today! Check it out!
Lullwater is one of our favorite bands of the last few years. Not only are they badass musically, but they are also killer as a live act. Ghost Cult is proud to present their new lyric video for the song ‘Godlike’. The track comes from their excellent 2019 album Voodoo and is a blend of the bands’ post-Grunge 1990s influences with a modern heaviness. Watch this awesome lyric video and purchase and stream the album below right now!Continue reading
High Fighter will release their brand new album Champain via Argonauta records next week, on July 26th 2019. The band has just shared a new lyric video for their track ‘When We Suffer’, featuring vocalist Anton Lisovoj of Downfall of Gaia on guest vocals. Watch the clip and pre-order the album now at the links below. Continue reading
Bad Rabbits’ new album, Mimi (InGrooves), huh? Not my usual review fare, I will admit, but that doesn’t mean it didn’t work for me. After several weeks of hardcore, doom, death metal, and Gundam themed albums, Bad Rabbits house blend of funk, synth pop, rock, and R&B may be the palate cleanser I didn’t know I needed. Continue reading
Bad Rabbits are releasing their new album this week. Mimi is releasing on August 10th as combination self-release and with the InGrooves label. Since forming in 2007 Bad Rabbits have shared the stage with everyone from Kendrick Lamar, The Roots, Wu-Tang Clan, Steve Aoki, Common, Allen Stone and John Legend to Deftones, Passion Pit, Paramore, 311 and Taking Back Sunday, and tours and festivals including Reading, Leeds, Wireless, Bestival, Roots Picnic, Boston Calling and Afropunk as well as the Vans Warped Tour. Drummer Sheel Davé shares a favorite concert memory with the band.Continue reading
This years Record Store Day on April 16th , a day dedicated to supporting merchants, many of them independent retailers and other chains that still sell music. Every year a celebrity artist is chosen as an ambassador and this year that artist is Metallica. As one of the best selling bands of all-time, one of the current largest retailers of digital music, as well as a band that began in the underground by trading tapes, they are uniquely qualified to serve in this capacity.
Lars Ulrich commented on the honor:
“Independent record stores are part of Metallica’s DNA.. They have been pivotal in shaping each one of us into the music fanatics we’ve all become. We could not be any prouder to be Record Store Day Ambassadors for 2016 and are looking forward to screaming from every rooftop the next few months about everything independent record store and beyond.”
To celebrate the honor, Metallica will release a RSD only live album Metallica will release Liberté, Egalité, Fraternité, Metallica! – Live at Le Bataclan. Paris, France – June 11th, 2003, on their own label Blackened Records. The release will be a special CD featuring a live recording from the club, with the band, Record Store Day and independent record stores donating proceeds to benefit Fondation de France’s Give For France charity (details here)
Metallica! – Live at Le Bataclan. Paris, France – June 11th, 2003 track listing
The Four Horsemen
Fade To Black
Ride The Lightning
Seek & Destroy
The sponsors for Record store day include labels that support rock and metal such as ADA, Border City Media, Caroline, Crosley Turntables, Disk Union, Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, InGrooves, Music Business Association, RED, Red Bull Sound Select, Redeye Distribution, Sony Music, Universal Music Distribution, Warner Bros. Records, WEA and more.More details about record store day can be found at the RSD official website, which as just relaunched.
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