ALBUM REVIEW: Rolo Tomassi – Where Myth Becomes Memory


They say no band is really an “overnight success” in the music industry. Like most cliches, that one has been ridden into the ground by lazy people. Rolo Tomassi has been a band for over fifteen years at this point, and if their ascent to the top of the underground metal genre has taken you by surprise, you just weren’t paying attention. The band has been DIY (with some proper distro mixed in) the entire way, making music on their own terms, gathering forces of fans and waves of respect. Wearing many musical masks and expertly jumping from Grindcore, to Thrash, Hardcore, Pop Rock and even Blackened extremism, the band has always sported loads of talent and great songs. For their debut album for MNRK Music, Where Myth Becomes Memory, the band is determined to change your perception of the band, even if you are a longtime fan.

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Rolo Tomassi Shares New Video, New “Where Myth Becomes Memory” Album Coming Soon


Rising Metal band Rolo Tomassi will release their huge, expansive and ambitious, brand new album Where Myth Becomes Memory on February 4th, 2022 through MNRK. The band returned in August with the single ‘Cloaked’, their first new music since 2018’s hugely acclaimed Time Will Die And Love Will Bury It. Pre-order bundles, vinyl variants and more are available now at the link below. The band shared a new single and music video – “Drip” which you can see right now!

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Black Label Society Shares New Single and Video – “End of Days”


Black Label Society, led by guitarist/vocalist Zakk Wylde will drop a new album, Doom Crew Inc.,due out on November 26th, 2021 via MNRK Music. The band shared their second single “End of Days” which you can see below. The album will be available digitally on CD and vinyl plus a deluxe edition that includes vinyl, CD longbox, cassette and more and pre-orders are live now.

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CONCERT REVIEW: Black Label Society – Obituary – Prong: Live at Ace of Spades


Getting fully back into concert mode has been fun, but also scary on some levels as a fan. I need live music in my life, bad, but I am nervous around small clubs and tons of people right now, since the pandemic is still a thing. Nevertheless, I got the opportunity to cover legends like Black Label Society, Obituary, and Prong all at the same show, no less, and so I had to handle my emotions and nerves (I have pretty bad anxiety on the reg) and trooped out to Sacramento’s respected Ace of Spades club.

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eOne Music Rebrands as MNRK Music Group (Pop Evil, Black Label Society, Ace Frehley)


eOne Music, one of the top Rock and Indie music labels in the world has gone through a rebranding following their sale in the last few years. As result of its recent sale from Hasbro to Blackstone, eOne Music will now be known as MNRK Music Group (pronounced “monarch”). As such, eOne’s rock and metal imprint, eOne Heavy, has become MNRK Heavy. According to Billboard, eOne Music chief executive Chris Taylor and his staff will continue on with MNRK. The name change was a contractual requirement of the sale, since Hasbro will apparently move forward with its own music business.Continue reading