New Years Day returns with new single ‘Hurts Like Hell,’ sets headline tour

New Years Day has returned with the new single and video “Hurts Like Hell” (Century Media Records). Watch the music video directed by Robyn August (Snoop Dogg, Pitbull, Nothing More) below. The track is available to purchase and stream here. “‘Hurts Like Hell’ might seem like a song about a relationship on the surface; in a way,... Continue Reading →

Chelsea Grin to release double album ‘Suffer in Hell’ and ‘Suffer in Heaven’

Salt Lake City, Utah's Chelsea Grin have teamed up with OneRPM and will release a double LP: "Suffer in Hell" and "Suffer in Heaven." "Suffer in Hell" will be released globally on Nov. 11, 2022, while "Suffer in Heaven" will arrive on March 17, 2023. Pre-order it here. Pre-order bundles include limited edition vinyl variants (only 500 produced) and a new merch line.  Watch the video... Continue Reading →

Lena Scissorhands officially joins Death Dealer Union

Infected Rain vocalist Lena Scissorhands has officially joined alternative metal band Death Dealer Union. “We are so excited and proud to have Lena as our official front person and lead vocalist," the band said. "We have developed a sound in our music of which she is an essential an integral part. We couldn’t be happier as Lena is a... Continue Reading →

Dead Eyed Creek releases second single ‘Viscid Dreams’

Dead Eyed Creek, the ‘90s-influenced band featuring Job Bos (Satyricon, Dark Fortress, The Ruins of Beverast) and Norman Lonhard (ex-Triptykon), has released its second single, "Viscid Dreams," from its still-untitled debut album, which is currently in the mixing and mastering process and is due to be released in early 2023. “The riffs in ‘Viscid Dreams’... Continue Reading →

Wednesday 13 to release new album ‘Horrifier’ on Oct. 7

Heavy horror punk icon Wednesday 13 will release the new album "Horrifier" on Oct. 7, 2022, via Napalm Records. Pre-orders are available here. Get a first of the album with its first single, "You're So Hideous," out now and accompanied by an "Exorcist"-inspired official music video. “'You’re so Hideous' is such a catchy track and it’s one of... Continue Reading →

Ice Nine Kills pays tribute to ‘Psycho’ with ‘The Shower Scene’ music video

In an ode to one of the most influential cinematic films ever to grace the silver screen, Alfred Hitchcock's "Psycho," Ice Nine Kills has released the gruesome, cinematic music video accompaniment to its song "The Shower Scene." Watch the video below. "While paying tribute to perhaps the most influential horror film of all time, Alfred Hitchcock’s... Continue Reading →

Dream Theater guitarist John Petrucci adds more dates to solo tour

Dream Theater guitarist John Petrucci has added more dates to his first headlining solo tour. Shows in Boston, Massachusetts (Oct. 7), New York, New York (Oct. 13) and Washington, D.C. (Oct. 15) were announced in July 2022, and fans demanded more performances after learning that the tour would feature former Dream Theater drummer Mike Portnoy and legendary bassist Dave LaRue all... Continue Reading →

Slaughter to Prevail drops new song ‘1984’

Russian deathcore band Slaughter to Prevail has dropped the new track "1984," its first new music since the 2021 release "Kostolom." The new track is accompanied by an official music video that can be seen below. Find the track on your streaming platform of preference here. Frontman Aleksandr "Alex Terrible" Shikolai said: "This song I wrote when war got started.... Continue Reading →

Delain introduces new lineup with single ‘The Quest and the Curse’

Delain, the brainchild of keyboardist, founder and main songwriter Martijn Westerholt, has returned with a new lineup featuring singer Diana Leah. Rejoining the fold and bolstering the band’s continuity are original guitarist Ronald Landa and original drummer Sander Zoer, while new members Leah and bassist Ludovico Cioffi continue the evolution of the band’s sound. The... Continue Reading →

Silent Civilian was the most criminally overlooked metal band of the 2000s

By Greg Maki—While music—specifically metal and hard rock—has been my primary interest for as long as I can remember, I don’t think I will ever understand why some bands succeed and others do not. Why some ascend to superstardom while others struggle to get noticed. Sure, some popular bands are just so good at what... Continue Reading →

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