Shinedown Shares New Song “Atlas Falls”, Raises Money for Frontline Healthcare Workers

Rockers Shinedown is helping raise money and awareness for health workers responding to the coronavirus, have partnered with non-profit humanitarian aid organization Direct Relief. The band dug into their archives for the previously unreleased song ‘Atlas Falls,’ which will benefit Direct Relief, who are currently working to provide personal protective equipment and essential medical items, including protective masks, exam gloves, and isolation gowns, to U.S. and international health workers. The song is available now for download with the purchase of a special T-shirt. 100% of proceeds will go to Direct Relief, one of the largest providers of humanitarian medical resources in the world operating in the U.S. and in more than 100 countries around the world. The band is kicking this off with a$20,000 donation of their own to Direct Relief. Learn more about Direct Relief here, and check out the teaser for the song and find out you can get involved and support. Continue reading

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Sevendust Drummer Hospitalized, Band Drops off of UK Tour

Sad news as Sevendust drummer Morgan Rose has been hospitalized. The band has announced on social media that as a result they are dropping off their upcoming UK tour with Alter Bridge that takes place starting next week. Sevendust recently finishex tracking their new album, due later in 2020 via Rise Records Continue reading

Shinedown, 311 And Weezer Booked for The Third Annual SANDJAM Festival

Active Rock titans Shinedown, 311 and Weezer will headline the third edition of the SandJam annual rock music festival, set to take place April 24-26, 2020 at Panama City Beach, Florida’s M.B. Miller Pier. Twenty more prominent acts are scheduled to perform on two massive stages. Tickets will be available beginning Friday, November 29 at the link below. Continue reading

The Raven Age Shares “The Face That Launched A Thousand Ships” Video

Fresh off of their tour supporting Iron Maiden in the USA, has The Raven a new music video for the track ‘The Face That Launched A Thousand Ships’, taken from their recent Conspiracy. In a flurry a news, the band has signed a new record deal with Explorer Music, and announced a special headline show At The Dome, Tufnell Park, to be held on Friday 13th December. The band is currently on tour across Europe with Alter Bridge and Shinedown. Watch the video now! Continue reading

REVIEW: Shinedown – Papa Roach – Asking Alexandria – Savage After Midnight: Live at Lacrosse Center

Music, throughout history, has had a way of influencing the social behavior and norms found in human societies. Music is a universal language that is capable of bridging the gap between disparate people and entire social classes, cultures, and continents. Music can also be a tremendously personal thing, a song that has certain significance to one person may hold no meaning for the next. The current immeasurable dissonance in the social climate that spans the entire globe seems to push lost souls to seek comfort in music. In my humble Skullgurl opinion, that reason alone is why the world needs more bands like the four I saw on the second day of October 2019. Continue reading

Shinedown Shares New Music Video for “Attention Attention”

 Shinedown has shared the new music video The album for the title track to their recent album Attention Attention (Atlantic Records) directed by Bill Yukich. It is the first full-length effort to be produced entirely by bassist Eric Bass. The 14-song release tells the story of a character who starts out defeated and slowly overcomes pain and personal struggles and becomes confident at the end. Continue reading

EP REVIEW: Lonely Dakota – End of Days

Despite their stateside sounding name Lonely Dakota are a British quartet who formed at the tail end of 2015. With a few lineup changes and singles in between, including 2018s ‘Dead Stories’, this year saw the release of their debut EP End of Days (Self-Released) – serving up the kind of Post-Grunge that Shinedown and Seether built a career on. The plaintive melody and general melancholic aura of opening track ‘Victoria’ sets the tone for this five-track offering, emotive Hard Rock with radio-friendly sensibilities and a nagging sense of deja vu. Continue reading