Bad Wolves Release Video for “Sober”, Tour Starts Next Week

Bad Wolves have released a new music video for their track ‘Sober’, from their 2019 sophomore release N.A.T.I.O.N. (Better Noise Music) The song and video have a powerful message for fans about addiction and recovery. Watch the clip below. The band kicks off a European tour opening for label mates Five Finger Death Punch and also Megadeth starting next week in Europe. Continue reading

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Watch All of Tool’s Music Videos, Uploaded to the Band’s YouTube Channel

The hits just keep in coming for Tool! In addition to their stunning new album Fear Inoculum, The band has shared all of its music videos on their YouTube Channel. In addition to the new Tool album being the first released in the streaming age, this is the first time the band has allowed their videos released beyond past music channels, their concerts and the sadly out of print Salival Video/DVD Boxed Set. Tool originally reached acclaim early in their career with their dark, incredibly crafted videos that matched their early singles. They were also a favorite of MTV‘s animated icons Beavis and Butthead. Adam Jones confirmed some time ago that they created a brand new video for the song ‘Opiate’, but it has yet to see the light of day. Maybe soon? We hope so. Continue reading

Watch A Vocal Coach Critique Maynard James Keenan Performing “Sober” with Tool

The hype train for a potential new Tool album is just pulling out of the station. As one of the most popular and enigmatic bands of modern history, new music from the band will be appreciated, but also expect it to be analyzed and picked over by the trolls denizens of the interwebs. Speaking analyzing music, we were so impressed by vocal teacher and YouTuber Beth Roars’ reaction video featuring Devin Townsend, that we subscribed to her channel! She doesn’t strictly cover rock or metal, but when she does, she picks the best of the best. Watch this video where she reacts to Tool singer Maynard James Keenan performing ‘Sober’ at Redding Festival in 1993. Continue reading