Bring Me The Horizon's new studio album, "Amo" is set for release on January 25, 2019 via Sony Music. Following "Mantra" and "Wonderful Life," the U.K. band has now released it's next single, "Medicine," along with a bizarre video to accompany it. Watch vocalist Oli Hebert's … head ... in ways you've never seen it in the CGI-heavy video inside.
Continuing the cycle for its latest release, "Ember," Breaking Benjamin has announced a headlining tour which will include support from Skillet, Asking Alexandria, Underoath, Fight the Fury and Diamante on select dates.
Kobra and the Lotus has released the official music video for the song "Velvet Roses". Check it out below. The track is taken from the second part of the band's opus magnum, which was released one year after the successful arrival of rock juggernaut "Prevail I." Released April 27 through Napalm Records, "Prevail II" is the... Continue Reading →
Just as I was looking for an album to write about, sometimes things just present themselves. On May 21, 1988, Cinderella released the now classic "Long Cold Winter," marking this day the 30th anniversary of the release. Feel old yet? The album moved away from the full-on glam metal sound of its smash debut, "Night... Continue Reading →
My pick of the week for the 3rd week of May 2018 is an easy one—Ghost's catchy brand new track, "Dance Macabre." And if you don't know Ghost, then you've either never visited our site, or have been living under a rock for the past several years or more. Watch the video for the song... Continue Reading →
On the 30th Anniversary of their platinum album, "Blow My Fuse," Maryland hard rock icons, KIX will release "Fuse 30 Reblown" on September 21, 2018, exactly 30 years after "Blow My Fuse"’s original September 19, 1988 release date. KIX announced the release from the stage of the M3 Rock Festival where the band performed "Blow... Continue Reading →
Review by Greg Maki ----- Bands tend to do a lot of talking leading up to the release of a new album. According to their own hype, each release is a bold exploration of new sounds and ideas, unlike anything that has come before it. Metal bands frequently insist it’s their heaviest record yet. But... Continue Reading →
Review by Greg Maki ----- Can we please get past the point of comparing every female rock band to other female rock bands? Because when I listen to “Born to Break,” the fourth full-length release from The Amorettes, a trio out of Scotland, I don’t think about Girlschool or The Donnas. I think about Airbourne.... Continue Reading →
Female-fronted metal group Butcher Babies announces their national co-headlining "Kings & Queens Tour" alongside fellow hard rock royalty Nonpoint. The tour follows the release of Butcher Babies' chart-topping third studio album, "Lilith," released in October via Century Media Records. Nonpoint will perform new music off their highly anticipated 10th studio album, slated for a Summer... Continue Reading →