Maryland Alternative rock band Echo 2 Locate is back and has shared their new music video today for their song “64”. The clip is the second in a series of narrative videos by the band, unfolding over the summer here at Ghost Cult. “64” is an ethereal rock song that hits all your raw nerves emotionally! Check out the video below and check back at this space for the next few weeks for new videos from this exciting young band!
Rising rocker Abby K may be young in years, but her future looks bright! Ghost Cult is stoked to share her new music video for her single “Rock the Rock”, a no-nonsense jam about being in a band, the lifestyle of a free-thinking rebel fan or any musician can relate to. With her snarling vocals and high energy performance, you can see how we may be watching the next Taylor Momsen or Lzzy Hale here. Watch the official music video for “Rock The Rock” right now!Continue reading →
Maryland Alternative rock band Echo 2 Locate has shared their new music video today for their track “Clear”. The clip is the first in a series of narrative videos by the band, revealing a deeper meaning and story with each chapter. The anthemic track shows off the rising band’s many talents, and the visuals make it that that much more an immersive trip into their world. Check out the video below and check back at this space for the next few weeks for new videos.
Cutting her professional teeth among serious pedigree as a member of Psych-Rock collective The Eden House Orchestra, the ethereal vocals of Belfast’s Louise Patricia Crane have dripped honey with such luminaries as Monica Richards and Julianne Regan. Debut solo album Deep Blue (Peculiar Doll Records) sees a host of Rock legends lend a hand to create a work of strange, wistful charm, paying due deference to a number of influences in the process.Continue reading →
Northlane has released a new single for their track ‘Enemy Of The Night’ from their album Alien, out now via the UNFD label. The band will release Alien Deluxe, a strictly limited edition 2xLP neon pink set, featuring the original version of the album plus Enemy Of The Night as well as the full record as instrumentals, on July 31st! Check out the track and a visualizer below: Continue reading →
Following the monumental impact of their 2017 self-titled, Asking Alexandria’s sixth album Like a House On Fire (Sumerian Records) had a lot to live up to. Thankfully, if anyone’s truly mastered the ability to evolve without betraying themselves or their fans, it’s AA. They’ve stood as a pillar in metalcore and metal for over a decade now, and they’ve made it damn clear they aren’t looking to give up their throne anytime soon.
Asking Alexandria will drop a new album this week with Like a House on Fire from Sumerian Records. They just shared a new single and video shot at the band members’ homes for “House on Fire” which you can see right now, and order the album below. Continue reading →
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 →
Cleveland electro-industrial rock artist Ghostatic has followed up his last single ‘Violence’ with a new single and video ‘Catastrophic Love’! The video is fraught with drama and feeling, complimenting the track. Watch the clip right now!
Quote from Adamo Fiscella:
“The Catastrophic Love video was actually shot at two locations: an abandoned house in the middle of nowhere in the mideast part of Ohio. My friend and videographer, Jeff, had showed it to me for my paranormal/urbex channel on YouTube(conveniently called Ghostatic) and an old victorian house in Dover, OH. The storyline was something thaas organically birthed by the song’s lyrics, but taken to the next level. It’s an extreme case of toxicity in a relationship that gets our of control. I directed it, alongside Jeff Hartman of Bitmod Studios(IG-@bitmod), featuring Jenny Lynn(IG-@fallenangel_7). They are very talented and great to work with. I also did all the post production work. It was a pain, but I had a vision in my head that I wanted to bring to life.”
In some hypercritical sections of the Stoner world, it was suggested that Hyborian, Volume I (The Company), the debut album from Kansas City heavies Hyborian, was rescued from a certain monotony merely by some lighter, synthetic nuances. Whereas it may seem an indicator of a lack of imagination to see the follow-up named Volume II (Season of Mist), it’s an all-too-common error to assume that the content will follow the same path.Continue reading →