Metalcore band Volumes has shared a new single and visualizer for their cover of Pantera’s – “Rise!” You can stream the track on all DSPs, and watch the video below. The cover pays tribute to guitarist Dimebag Darrell who was murdered on this day (December 8th) 2004. “Rise” comes off of Pantera’s second mainstream album Vulgar Display of Power, released in 1992 via East-West, Atco Records.
Progressive Metal greats Coheed and Cambria have shared a new single and lyric video entitled “Rise, Naianasha (Cut The Cord)” following their recent single “Shoulders.” Available today on all streaming platforms, the song finds Coheed and Cambria going back to their progressive roots. Check it out!
Johannesburg based, power trio Far From Who We Are have shared their new single and video for the track “Rise”, from their first release via German label HopePunk Records. Formed in 2015 and consisting of brothers Johan Heyns (Guitar, Vocals, Synths), Maarten Heyns (Bass), and Kyle Williams (Drums). They write, record, mix and master everything themselves in their own studio (The Laundry Room), and the result is a recording quality that is truly world-class, which is just what their songs deserve. The song has a great melodic hook, but is heavy enough for the heshers! Watch the clip right now!
Metallica fans have voted the titled track from their 1986 album Master of Puppets as the best song by the band in a poll. Starting in lat May 2020, fans were able to vote on 32 pairs of songs battling against each other and advancing in a total of five rounds in a knockout competition they dubbed ‘Some Kind Of Bracket’. The original 64 tunes included in the bracket were selected based on the highest Spotify plays, multiplying them by how many times those tracks have been played live. ‘Master Of Puppets’ defeated ‘Dyers Eve’, ‘Atlas, Rise!’, ‘Ride The Lightning’, ‘Sad But True’ and ‘Fade To Black’. Eventually, ‘Master Of Puppets’ beat ‘One’ land the top spot of the greatest Metallica song of all time.Continue reading →
Finnish metal masters Apocalyptica have shared a brand-new single and corresponding beautiful new video for “Rise”. The track comes off of their album Cell-0, due out this January 10th via Silver Linings Records. Ghost Cult first broke the news of a new album in our interview with the band earlier this year. Watch it now! Continue reading →
Rock supergroup The Hollywood Vampires are back with a new song and a new album on tap! Their new album Rise is dude out on June 21st via earMusic. In case you have been living under a rock, the band includes legends like Aerosmith’s Joe Perry, Hollywood superstar Johnny Depp, and shock rock icon Alice Cooper. You can hear the first new single now, Who’s Laughing Now right here and pre-order the album below!Continue reading →
It is refreshing to know that it is still possible for bands to make a genuine impression and progress on merit. Black Peaks have not arisen on wings of hot air belched from a hype machine based on market research, haircuts, stylists, or a neat-line in zeitgeist paraphernalia and right-here-right-now shallow bandwagonistic anthems, but as a collective who are on the cusp of succeeding, of truly making an impression on the alternative music landscape, due to the fact of being talented musicians with obvious chemistry, and the ability to craft great works of art distinctive to them alone.Continue reading →
Gone Is Gone will be releasing Echolocation on January 6th via Black Dune/Rise, and the group featuring members of Mastodon, Queens Of The Stone Age and At The Drive-In have just released another new song from the upcoming record. Continue reading →