Chelsea Wolfe Shares a New Song – “Oui Oui Marie” from the Horror Film “X”

Director Ti West just released his new horror movie X, which stars rapper Kid Cudi, Mia Goth, Jenny Ortega and Brittany Snow. X was released nationwide on March 18th, while the score was just released on the 25. The score of the movie was composed by Tyler Bates and Chelsea Wolfe. It’s also Wolfes first foray into film scoring. X takes place in 1979, where a group of young filmmakers set out to make an adult film in rural Texas, but when their reclusive, elderly hosts catch them in the act, the cast finds themselves fighting for their lives. Chelsea Wolfe also contributed a proper song to the soundtrack with a cover of Arthur Field’s 1918 track “Oui Oui Marie.” Watch the video for it below.


Chelsea Wolfe will be hitting the road next month with Converge for their Bloodmoon I album project tour.

Jerry Cantrell of Alice In Chains Shares New Solo Track “Brighten”

Legendary rocker Jerry Cantrell of Alice In Chains has shared the title track of his upcoming new album, Brighten. Due on October 29, “Brighten” was co-produced by Jerry over the past year with film composer Tyler Bates and Cantrell’s longtime engineer Paul Figueroa. They welcomed a dynamic cast of supporting players, including drummers Gil Sharone and Abe Laboriel, Jr. (Paul McCartney), pedal steel master Michael Rozon, Vincent Jones on piano, Wurlitzer, and organ. Other rock legends added to the fun of this LP, including Duff McKagan (GUNS N’ ROSES) on select bass tracks, Greg Puciato (THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN) handling all of the background vocals and Joe Barresi (TOOL, QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE) overseeing the mixing of “Brighten”. Together, they recorded eight originals and the LP closes with an approved-by-Elton John cover of his classic “Goodbye” as the finale. Listen to “Brighten” now!

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Health and Tyler Bates Share “Anti-life” ft. Chino Moreno of Deftones from The Dark Nights: Death Metal Soundtrack

As the release of The Dark Nights: Death Metal Soundtrack looms this week, Friday, June 18th, via Loma Vista Recordings (physical LPs out July 16th), there is a new single and visualizer out to feast your ears and eyes upon. Masterminded by Executive Producer Tyler Bates along with Health and Chino Moreno of Deftones have released “Anti-Life” from the album! For Health, this is their second epic team up in a row, following their new song with Nine Inch Nails “Isn’t Everyone” and their last album, also out on the same label, Vol. 4 :: Slaves Of Fear. Pre-orders are live now for the album that features DC Comics-centric songs, sensational mashups, all with Bates’ deft cinematic composing touch.

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Mastodon Shares New Song “Forged By Neron” – from The Dark Nights: Death Metal Soundtrack

Mastodon has sharted a brand new song, “Forged By Neron” out today as part of the continued roll-out of The Dark Nights: Death Metal Soundtrack to their animated motion-comics series and popular DC Comics series. Executive Produced By Tyler Bates (“Guardians of the Galaxy,” “Watchmen,” “John Wick”) and out digitally 18th June with a physical version arriving 16th July Via Loma Vista Recordings. Pre-orders are live now at the link below. The soundtrack is a first of its kind, with new original Songs By Mastodon, Manchester Orchestra, Denzel Curry, Soccer Mommy, Health, Carach Angren, GUNSHIP, Idles, Chelsea Wolfe and more. Check out the artwork and the Mastodon song right now!

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Marilyn Manson’s “Warship My Wreck” to Be Featured on ‘Dark Nights: Death Metal’ Soundtrack

Composer Tyler Bates will produce and write music for the DC Comics‘ “Dark Nights: Death Metal” soundtrack, an inventive new project featuring songs inspired by the forthcoming seven-part comic book series written by Scott Snyder and illustrated by Greg Capullo. Due out this year via Loma Vista Records, the soundtrack album will also contain animatic score sequences related to each issue of the series that will feature guest musical artists and voice talent. An animated/motion comic music video promoting “Dark Nights: Death Metal” — wrapped up in the 2015 Marilyn Manson song “Warship My Wreck” and you can see it now below!Continue reading

Bush To Release New Album “The Mind Plays Tricks On You” Later in 2019

Bush has set The Mind Plays Tricks On You as the title of their new album, due for release next fall, with the date yet to be announced. The disc was recorded at a Los Angeles studio with film composer Tyler Bates, who has previously worked with Marilyn Manson. The new album will feature a song called ‘Bullet Holes’, which will also be featured in the upcoming film John Wick 3. Check out Bush frontman Gavin Rossdale and his interview with SiriusXM’s Larry Flick below:Continue reading

Shooter Jennings Featured In The New Season Of The Punisher

Marvel’s The Punisher Season 2 dropped yesterday and hopefully, it won’t be its last since it’s easily one of the best of the Marvel Netflix series there is. Certainly Punisher the most hardcore violent and true to the comic series (think Garth Ennis’ run for true fans). Music has always played a big role in these Netflix shows with Tyler Bates (Marilyn Manson, movie scores) composing the theme to Punisher, metal being used for Punisher trailers, Manson’s own ‘Fated, Faithful, Faithful’ in a season one episode, the use of Hip Hop, RnB, Jazz and Blues in both seasons of Luke Cage, and old-school Rap in Iron Fist. Outlaw Country finally got it’s due in the Season two premiere of Punisher- Roadhouse Blues, Shooter Jennings and his band play the bar band in the main locale for the episode. They performed the tracks ‘The Outsider’, his hit song ‘Outlaw You’, ‘Wild and Lonesome’, ‘The Other Life’, and ‘The Real Me’. For the uninitiated, Shooter is a great artist, a total badass, and the son of country royalty Waylon Jennings and Jessi Coulter. Continue reading

Marilyn Manson – Heaven Upside Down

Nearly a quarter-century into his career, Marilyn Manson continues to explore the grimy underside of humanity that makes other artists shy away to safety, and enthralls his fans. This is not an easy task and while his missteps have been very public, it would take a very jaded listener to find fault with the recorded consistency he has put down, especially of late. I’m not sure why 2015s The Pale Emperor (Hell, etc) took so many off guard; as if the man wasn’t capable of holding our attention any longer. That album exuded a mature brilliance; an almost “an elder statesman of rock” type of vibe. A modern classic rock album, the type we used to get often, but are now scarce since real rock gods are dead or in hiding. Manson is not ashamed to swing his sticky rock star dick around, but it’s his writing, lyrics and vocal delivery that really sent that album over the top. In some ways he has actually done one better on the follow-up, Heaven Upside Down (Loma Vista/Caroline International).Continue reading

Marilyn Manson’s Tour On Hold Until Further Notice Following Injury On Stage

News last night of Maryiln Manson’s awful injury on stage in New York rocked fans and the larger music world last night. You just don’t see accidents like this that often, and we hope Mr. Manson is recovering well. Now a message from Manson collaborator and bandmate, composer Tyler Bates, confirms that the band is flying home while Manson recovers and that the tour will resume at a later date. Continue reading

Jerry Cantrell Of Alice In Chains Streams His Solo Song From John Wick 2

Jerry Cantrell has kept his solo career on the back-burner since Alice In Chains has been busy prepping a new album for later this year. Jerry has contributed a new song to the soundtrack of John Wick: Chapter 2. Listen to ‘A Job To Do’ below: Continue reading