AFI return with two new tracks

AFI has shared two eagerly anticipated new songs, “Twisted Tongues” and “Escape From Los Angeles.” These new tracks – the band’s first new music since the acclaimed The Missing Man EP in 2018 – showcase the bold, propulsive style for which AFI has become known. Hear both tracks HERE. This release will be the first…

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Sydney Sprague drops new single ‘object permanence’

object permanence is defined as “the understanding that objects continue to exist even when they cannot be seen, heard, or otherwise sensed” and is the title of Sydney’s Sprague’s newest single, out now. The song is taken from her upcoming album debut maybe i will see you at the end of the world, which will…

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Album Review: Frank Iero And The Future Violents – Heaven Is A Place, This Is A Place (EP)

Whilst the rawr-ing twenties with the return of My Chemical Romance will have to wait a little bit, Frank Iero took the time to release more solo music with The Future Violents in the shape of Heaven Is A Place, This Is A Place – the companion piece to 2019’s full-length Barriers.  With three new tracks and a…

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Foo Fighters celebrate Dave Grohl’s birthday with new track

Hot on the heels of “No Son of Mine,” Foo Fighters unleash another dose of Medicine at Midnight in the form of “Waiting on a War”. The track is a sprawling melodic opus that gradually builds to a patented FF rave-up. If “Waiting on a War” seems to have an especially emotional heft to its…

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Lonely The Brave release new ‘Keeper’ documentary

After a purple patch of activity on their return last year – a period that saw the release of “Bound”, “Distant Light” , “Open Door” and “Bright Eyes” – Lonely The Brave have returned in 2021 with the triumphant “Keeper”, the last single to be released ahead of their long-awaited third album, “The Hope List”,…

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Tilian shares new video for ‘Dose’

Los Angeles-based singer, songwriter, and producer Tilian shares the psychedelic visual for his new single, “Dose,” out now via Rise Records. The single gives a look inside a tumultuous relationship that explores the depths someone will go to keep a partner by their side. The song itself is an epic expression of hard-bodied guitar-pop, mixing…

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Silverstein announce virtual concert series

After a whirlwind 2020 celebrating two decades together and the release of their ninth studio album, Silverstein are announcing plans to kick off 2021 with an immersive livestream event series in February. Across three weekends the band will perform unique sets spanning their extensive catalogue. Virtual VIP “meet and greets” and photo opps will be…

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Blackout Problems issue warning cry ‘Germany, Germany’

Blackout Problems have released their brand new single ‘GERMANY, GERMANY’. The video premiered with Kerrang alongside an in-depth interview, and is taken from their forthcoming album DARK out January 15 via Sony Music/Music For Nations, available to pre-order here. ‘GERMANY, GERMANY’ is a sharp-tongued track rock track rich in electronics, which takes aim at the…

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Kid Kapichi reveal new single ‘What Would Your Mother Say’

Hastings stalwarts Kid Kapichi drop their commanding new single What Would Your Mother Say today. It’s an anthemic cautionary tale, capturing the band’s penchant for huge choruses and sinister undertones. The track features on their anticipated forthcoming debut album This Time Next Year, set for release on 5 February. “What Would Your Mother Say is…

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Normandie share new single ‘Babylon’

‘Babylon’ is the latest single/video to be released from Sweden’s Normandie. The track is taken from the forthcoming stunning album, ‘Dark & Beautiful Secrets’ due out 19 February on Easy Life Records. “Babylon wasn’t supposed to happen” says singer Philip Strand. “With the covid restrictions, it landed us more time to dive into the studio…

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