Sevendust releases ‘Risen’ music video

Sevendust has unveiled the music video for the next single from its 12th studio album, "All I See is War." “Risen” is a live performance montage clip for the latest single that is impacting Active Rock radio. The video was filmed during the band’s recent show in London at the Brixton Academy. Dan Sturge, known for his work with... Continue Reading →


Epicenter announces lineup additions

Epicenter—the new three-day destination music experience from independent U.S. music festival producer Danny Wimmer Presents—will host a reunion of Eddie Trunk, Don Jamieson and Jim Florentine from "That Metal Show" for two on-stage performances during the May 10, 11 and 12 festival at the newly created Rockingham Festival Grounds in Richmond County, North Carolina. In... Continue Reading →

Halestorm announces 2019 North American tour dates

Halestorm has announced a month-long North American tour, kicking off April 12tt Ladson, South Carolina’s 98 Rockfest and running through Columbus, Ohio’s Sonic Temple Festival, with dates across the continent, including a stop at Mexico City’s Domination Festival in early May. Tickets will go on sale at 10 a.m. local time Friday, Jan. 25. Palaye Royale and... Continue Reading →

Silvertung releases new song, album due Feb. 15

Silvertung and Thermal Entertainment have joined forces for the band's forthcoming album, "(BUT, AT WHAT COST??!)," to be released on Feb. 15. Pre-order bundles are available at: The first single, "Done My Best," is now at radio and is available for streaming/download at these outlets: A music video will debut this week. "(BUT, AT WHAT COST??!)" features... Continue Reading →

KING 810 debuts ‘A Million Dollars’

KING 810 has dropped a new song titled "A Million Dollars" from its upcoming third album, "Suicide King." The record, which the band is self-releasing, will arrive Jan. 25. "Suicide King" is available for pre-order here via exclusive merch bundles that include limited edition black smoke vinyl—all sold exclusively through the band's Big Cartel store. Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Jinjer – ‘Micro’

Review by Greg Maki ------ If I had to pick a metal band that’s going to break out worldwide in the very near future, I wouldn’t bet against Jinjer. The Ukrainian act has picked up a lot of steam in the past couple years, touring Europe with Arch Enemy and Soilwork, and coming to North... Continue Reading →

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