Periphery announces 2020 tour dates

Periphery, which recently wrapped up its "Periphery IV: HAIL STAN" North American tour, has extended the outing, adding a winter 2020 swing through the United States with festivities kicking off Jan. 30 in San Francisco. Plini and Covet will open on all non-festival dates. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. local time Friday, Oct. 18. Tour... Continue Reading →

Stitched Up Heart releases new song ‘Crooked Halo’

Stitched Up Heart has released the new song "Crooked Halo" from its forthcoming full-length sophomore album, "Darkness," due in spring 2020 via Red Music. "'Crooked Halo' is about not being perfect. Even if we strive to behave, we don't always do the right thing. It's admitting we are not all good all the time," frontwoman Alecia "Mixi" Demner said. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VokPsKAb2v0&feature=youtu.be... Continue Reading →

Airbourne is ready to ‘boogie’

Airbourne has released "Backseat Boogie," the second single from its forthcoming studio album, "Boneshaker." Airbourne frontman Joel O'Keeffe said: "The riff, this is one of those ones where Cobb [producer] walked out and said, 'What are you playing there?' and I was, 'Aah, I'm just playing this riff, it's this riff I had in Australia, it's got a bit of a vibe, I'm not... Continue Reading →

Machine Head releases new song ‘Do or Die,’ announces 2020 tour dates

It's been a busy week for Machine Head. The Bay Area titans announced their "An Evening With" tour for winter 2020, featuring three hours and two sets and released a video for the new song "Do or Die" through Imperium Recordings/Nuclear Blast. The track is available on all digital platforms. "Do or Die" was produced by Machine Head... Continue Reading →

Jinjer releases ‘On the Top’ single/video

Ukrainian metal band Jinjer has a music video for the song "One the Top," from its upcoming full-length album "Macro," out Oct. 25 via Napalm Records. The band released the following statement: “Have you ever felt like a rat in a rat race? It seems like the world is spinning faster and faster every single... Continue Reading →

Metallica to headline all five DWP hard rock festivals in 2020

Metallica will exclusively headline all five of the premier independent producer’s hard rock festivals in 2020 in a unique collaboration unprecedented for any American festival promoter or band. Recently named the world’s biggest all-time touring act by Pollstar, Metallica will—for the first time ever—perform two separate headlining sets the following events in 2020: Epicenter (May 1-3) at its new location at the Charlotte... Continue Reading →

Power Trip’s Evil Beat festival to return in January 2020

Power Trip's festival, Evil Beat, is set to return. Vol. 2 is confirmed for Saturday, Jan. 11, 2020, in Dallas, Texas, at South Side Ballroom. The lineup includes Carcass, Vio-lence, Razor, Deafheaven, Sheer Mag, Drab Majesty, Prurient, Warthog, Torche, Wiccans, Red Death, True Widow, Special Interest, Mil Spec, Dress Code and Power Trip. There also will be a kick-offshow Friday, Jan. 10; more details to come.   Tickets will be available at 10 a.m. CST Oct. 10. You can grab... Continue Reading →

Zakk Wylde’s Pride & Glory to reissue self-titled album Oct. 25

Before there was Black Label Society, there was Pride & Glory. Known at the time as a Zakk Wylde side project, Pride & Glory and its debut self-titled record lad to what Berzerkers worldwide now know as Black Label Society. Pride & Glory was Wylde's first self-fronted project, before releasing his first solo album, "Book... Continue Reading →

Charm City Devils’ fourth studio release, ‘1904,’ due Nov. 22

Charm City Devils—John Allen (lead vocals), Ted Merrill (guitar), Jason Heiser (drums) and Rick Reynolds (bass)—are proud of their native hometown of Baltimore, and they’re not afraid to wear their heart on their sleeves. They even named themselves (at the suggestion of then-Eleven Seven Music label President Nikki Sixx) after Baltimore’s nickname for which it... Continue Reading →

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