NEW MUSIC FRIDAY: April 19th New Music Releases

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

Accept – Life’s A Bitch (7″) (Nuclear Blast) (Buy)

After The Burial – Evergreen (Sumerian Records) (Buy)

Allegaeon – Apoptosis (Metal Blade Records) (Buy)

Alpha Wolf – Fault EP (SharpTone Records) (Buy)

Alter Bridge – ABIII (MusicOnVinyl) (Buy)

American War Machine – Unholy War (Bridge 9) (Buy)

Archaic Tomb/Cryptworm – Split EP (Blood Harvest) (Buy)

Atlas Pain – Tales Of A Pathfinder (Scarlet Records) (Buy)

Black Sites – Exile (Hoove Child) (Buy)

Blood Command – Return Of The Arsonist EP (Fysisk Format) (Buy)

Cage The Elephant – Social Cues (Newbury Comics Exclusive Color Vinyl) (Buy)

Chalice Of Suffering – Lost Eternally (Transcending Obscurity) (Buy)

Chemical City Rebels – A New Plague (Self-Released) (Buy)

Chokehold – With This Thread I Hold On (Good Fight) (Buy)

The Chris Rolling Squad – Spitfire (Wormholedeath) (Buy)

Cirith Gorgor – Sovereign (Hammerheart) (Buy)

Corrosion Of Conformity – Wiseblood (Vinyl) (MusicOnVinyl) (Buy)

Cosmic Putrefaction – At The Threshold Of The Greatest Chasm (I, Voidhanger) (Buy)

The Cringe – Everywhere You’ve Never Been (Listen) (Buy)

Crooked Royals – Rumination EP (New Industry) (Buy)

Dawn Of Demise – Into The Depths Of Veracity (Unique Leader) (Buy)

Dead Superstar – I Did It For The Rock Gods (Self-Released) (Buy)

Dead To A Dying World – Elegy (Profound Lore) (Buy)

Druids – Monument (The Company KC) (Buy)

False Gods – The Serpent And The Ladder EP (Self-Released) (Buy)

Fatal Curse – Breaking The Trance (Shadow Kingdom) (Buy)

Fractal Universe – Rhizomes Of Insanity (Metal Blade Records) (Buy)

Gaslight Anthem – American Slang (Newbury Comics Exclusive Color Vinyl) (Buy)

Gods Forsaken – Smells Of Death (Soulseller) (Buy)

Grand Magus – Wolf God (Nuclear Blast) (Buy)

Haze Mage – Chronicles (Grimoire) (Buy)

Heavy As Texas – Heavy As Texas (Crunchy Western) (Buy)

Hosemen – Saturday Nite Conformity (Self-Released) (Buy)

Incantation – Upon The Throne Of Apocalypse Re-Release (Relapse Records) (Buy)

Jordan Rudess – Wired For Madness (Mascot) (Buy)

Joyous Wolf – Place In Time EP (Roadrunner Records) (Buy)

L’Acephale – L’Acephale (Eisenwald) (Buy)

Magnum – Chase The Dragon (MusicOnVinyl) (Buy)

Mayhem – Live in Sarpsborg (Buy)

Ministry – Twitch (Vinyl) (MusicOnVinyl) (Buy)

Mork – Det Svarte Juv (Peaceville) (Buy)

Pagan Altar – Judgment Of The Dead Re-Release (Temple Of Mystery) (Buy)

Pagan Altar – Lords Of Hypocrisy Re-Release (Temple Of Mystery) (Buy)

Pristine – Road Back To Ruin (Nuclear Blast) (Buy)

Sad Planets – Akron, Ohio (Tee Pee) (Buy)

Samael – Lux Mundi Re-Release (Napalm) (Buy)

Samael – Solar Soul Re-Release (Napalm) (Buy)

Sangue – Culs (Nuclear War Now!) (Buy)

Shotgun Sawyer – Bury The Hatchet (Ripple Music) (Buy)

Status Quo – Collected (MusicOnVinyl) (Buy)

Totengott – The Abyss (Xtreem/Burning World) (Buy)

Tripsitter – The Other Side Of Sadness (Prosthetic) (Buy)

Uncured – Epidemic (Seek And Strike) (Buy)

Various Artists – Industrial Accident: The Story Of Wax Trax! Records Soundtrack (Wax Trax!) (Buy)

Various Artists – A Tribute To Death (Antichrist) (Buy)

Vitriol – Chrysalis EP (Iron Bonehead) (Buy)

Walking Corpse – Walking Corpse EP (HPGD) (Buy)

The Wolf Howls When I Scream Your Name – To Be Where There Is Pale Light (Self-Released) (Buy)

The Wonder Years – The Greatest Generation (Newbury Comics Exclusive Color Vinyl) (Buy)

Jordan Rudess – Wired For Madness

What can be most revealing about the cohesive nature of a band is any solo output from its individual members. For some, the music they create individually doesn’t show any markings in the collective band’s material and this can be good for a number of reasons but the primary one being showcasing how multi-faceted a musician that individual can be. Other solo output can bear a striking resemblance to their band discography showing how vital that individual is to the overall sound of the band. This is the case with Jordan Rudess’ newest solo outing Wired for Madness (Mascot Label / Music Theories Recordings). Continue reading

Jordan Rudess (Dream Theater) Shares Lyric Video For “Wired for Madness 1.3″

As we previously reported, Dream Theater’s Jordan Rudess is releasing his next solo album Wired For Madness via April 19 via Music Theories Recordings / Mascot Label Group. Guests on the album include drummer Marco Minnemann, fellow Dream Theater bandmates James LaBrie and John Petrucci, guitarists Vinnie Moore, Guthrie Govan, and Joe Bonamassa, as well as drummers Rod Morgenstein and Elijah Wood. Check out the lyric video for the title track right now! Continue reading

Dream Theater – Distance Over Time

Bands with twenty-five-plus years under their belts often have to wrestle with the temptation to become a nostalgia act or to continue pushing the musical envelope which, in turn, carries its own set of risks. For Dream Theater, the past few years have been particularly difficult for the band: with drummer Mike Portnoy leaving in 2010 and filling the role with Mike Mangini, the band has been trying to reconfigure its soul. Continue reading

Music Industry Veteran Simon Glacken Ranks His Favorite Kscope Label Releases

The bastion of progressive, challenging and heavy music in the world, Kscope is celebrating ten years in business in 2018! Cheers! To help us celebrate, music industry veteran Simon Glacken of For The Lost PR has shared his favourite releases from the Kscope label. Continue reading

Dream Theater Keyboardist Jordan Rudess Confirms New Album Due In February

In a new interview with Metal Wani Dream Theater’s Jordan Rudess says the new album from the band, their first for InsideOut Music will be released in February 2019. “Right now, we’re mixing it. It’s being mixed as we speak. It sounds awesome. I’m so excited about it. There’s a very, very strong energy around the band these days. We all feel very connected and excited about what’s coming. We can’t wait to unleash the whole thing on everybody. And that’s all gonna happen really, really soon as well; it’s just right around the corner.” Hear the full interview below. Continue reading

Dream Theater At The Hanover Theater

Dream Theater, by Trebmal Photography

Dream Theater, by Trebmal Photography

 

Dream Theater 10-7-2016

Live At The Hanover Theater, Worcester, MA

All Photos By Matt Lambert/Trebmal Photography

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