‘Future goth’ trio Modern Mimes covers Sevendust’s ‘My Ruin’

Modern Mimes, a trio from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, has released a cover of Sevendust's "My Ruin." "We are super excited to share this tribute to one of our favorite bands and biggest influences. Sevendust!" the band said. Stream/download "My Ruin" here, and watch the video below. The trio consists of Adi Elcida Hernandez on vocals/guitar/sampling, Ernesto Paez on the... Continue Reading →

James LaBrie releases ‘Am I Right’ from upcoming new solo album

James LaBrie, known internationally as the vocalist of Grammy-winning progressive metal band Dream Theater, has released "Am I Right," the third single from his upcoming fourth solo album, "Beautiful Shade of Grey." Watch the Wayne Joyner-directed video below. “The anthemic song of the album with gorgeous chordal picking and progressions," LaBrie said. "A perfect marriage... Continue Reading →

Black Veil Brides are ‘Born Again’

Black Veil Brides have unveiled the music video for "Born Again," the fourth single from their latest album, "The Phantom Tomorrow." The video was helmed by feature film and music video director Vicente Cordero (Cradle of Filth, DevilDriver, David Hasselhoff) and produced in collaboration with occult luxury/streetwear masterminds MM Custom Fabrications. “This video was an opportunity... Continue Reading →

Motionless in White drops new song ‘Slaughterhouse’ featuring Bryan Garris of Knocked Loose

Motionless in White has shared "Slaughterhouse," a new song featuring Knocked Loose's Bryan Garris. The track is from Motionless in White's upcoming album "Scoring the End of the World," due out June 10, 2022, via Roadrunner Records. "Slaughterhouse" is available on all streaming platforms and also can be heard below. The new album is available to pre-save on all streaming platforms , with exclusive... Continue Reading →

Long out-of-print Neurotic Outsiders album to get expanded re-release

When former Sex Pistol Steve Jones joined a pickup band for a benefit concert for a cancer-stricken friend at Los Angeles' Viper Room in the mid-'90s, he probably had no clue that the lineup he'd choose would result in a full-blown record deal with Madonna's Maverick Records for $1 million. What started out as a random mishmash of... Continue Reading →

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