I Prevail shares ‘Bad Things’ video

I Prevail has shared the video for the new song "Bad Things." The song, which will go live on all DSPs at midnight ET Wednesday, July 13, 2022, is from the band's forthcoming album "True Power," which will be released on Aug. 19, 2022, via Fearless Records. Pre-order it here, and watch the "Bad Things" video below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8BMXHQg9WqE&feature=youtu.be I... Continue Reading →

Wage War releases ‘Godspeed’ video, touring this summer

Florida hard rock quintet Wage War shared its video for "Godspeed." Watch it below. The video consists of footage from the road and offers a bird's eye view into Wage War's world—backstage, onstage and interacting with the fans. The fast-paced clips will transport you to the last Wage War show you attended—or give you a glimpse of what... Continue Reading →

I Prevail to release third full-length ‘True Power’ on Aug. 19

Grammy-nominated, Platinum-certified Michigan band I Prevail will release "True Power," its third full-length offering, on Aug. 19, 2022, via Fearless Records. Pre-order it here.  The band also shared the video for the first single "Body Bag." Watch it below. "'Trauma' was a very reflective record," singer Brian Burkheiser said, referring to "True Power's" game-changing predecessor. "I'd struggled with a major vocal... Continue Reading →

Kill the Lights is ‘Dead from the Start’

Kill the Lights, which features former members of Bullet for My Valentine and Throw the Fight, has released the new song "Dead from the Start." Listen below. "'Dead from the Start' attempts to give the listener an insight into the types of thoughts and feelings that someone living with mental health issues endures daily," singer James Clark said. "Being able... Continue Reading →

Wage War strips down to ‘Circle the Drain’

Florida hard rock quintet Wage War—Briton Bond (lead vocals), Cody Quistad (rhythm guitar, clean vocals), Seth Blake (lead guitar), Chris Gaylord (bass) and Stephen Kluesener (drums)—has shared the stripped down version of "Circle the Drain" from its new album "Manic," out now on Fearless Records. "We've always loved taking our songs back to the basics, and 'Circle the Drain' (Stripped) is one of... Continue Reading →

Kill the Lights shares new song ‘Chasing Shadows’

Kill the Lights, which features former members of Bullet for My Valentine and Throw the Fight, has shared the new song "Chasing Shadows." The track features new bassist Jay James. "Chasing Shadows' is the perfect song, lyrically, to reintroduce Jay and his talents to the world," the band said. "The lyrics discuss the mental struggle of living with past... Continue Reading →

Ice Nine Kills’ ‘Welcome to Horrorwood’ has big debut on Billboard

"The Silver Scream 2: Welcome to Horrorwood," the sixth full-length studio album by Ice Nine Kills, has debuted at number 18 on the Billboard 200. The album was released Oct. 15, 2021, via Fearless Records. Read Live Metal's review here. "Welcome to Horrorwood" also debuted at number one on Billboard's Digital and Current Hard Music... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Ice Nine Kills – ‘The Silver Scream 2: Welcome to Horrorwood’

By Greg Maki Dating all the way back to Universal Studios’ classic Dracula and Frankenstein pictures, no movie genre has been more synonymous with sequels than horror. It’s fitting then that Ice Nine Kills has delivered a part two to its horror-based, breakthrough album, “The Silver Scream” (2018). Given the band’s steady upward trajectory throughout... Continue Reading →

Ice Nine Kills drops ‘Funeral Derangements,’ inspired by Stephen King’s ‘Pet Sematary’

Ice Nine Kills has dropped the fourth new track from its upcoming album "The Silver Scream 2: Welcome to Horrowood," which will be available everywhere Friday, Oct. 15, 2021, via Fearless Records. The song is titled "Funeral Derangements" and is inspired by the Stephen King horror classic "Pet Sematary." The accompanying music video features horror... Continue Reading →

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