PACESHIFTERS Announce New Album ‘Waiting To Derail’ & Reveal New Single ‘Cut n Run’!

Alternative rock juggernaut PACESHIFTERS have confirmed that they’ll be releasing their forthcoming album Waiting to Derail on the 6th October, their first on new label Hassle Records. Pre-orders of the record are now available – HERE!

The band have also premiered a second live session video, this time of new track ‘Cut n Run’, filmed and recorded at GieSound Studios in Zwolle, Netherlands. The video follows the band’s previous live session for single ‘Stranger’.

Check out ‘Cut n Run’ – HERE!

The Dutch three-piece have been building momentum in the UK and Europe and they are showing no sign of slowing, recently announced as support on the Frank Iero and the Patience full European tour this autumn.

Completed by Dave Hause and the Mermaid and The Homeless Gospel Choir, check out the tour o...

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Don’t Believe In Ghosts Premiere Video For “Slow Down” on!

Don’t Believe In Ghosts premiered the video for their first single “Slow Down” off of their debut album GIVE IT MEANING on today.

“Slow Down” received immediate support from KBZT San Diego, KPOI Hawaii, WSFS Miami, WWYY Allentown PA, Music Choice and more!

The premiere can be seen – HERE! 

Their self-produced debut album came out on June 30th via Forward Thinking and was a departure for lead singer Steven Nathan who spent the last 5 years recording and touring with his Indie rock band Man On Earth.

“It was time to get back into the studio and explore some new sounds and emotions, it all just happened organically. Sixty new songs later it was time to start sharing some new sounds” says Nathan.

Much like the recording and mixing of ‘Give It Meaning’ the direction an...

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Today, Converge announce the upcoming release of The Dusk In Us, the first album in five years from the Boston-based heavy-music innovators. Due out on November 3, The Dusk in Us will be released via Epitaph and Deathwish. Pre-orders are available – HERE!

As the ninth full-length from Converge (vocalist Jacob Bannon, guitarist Kurt Ballou, bassist Nate Newton, and drummer Ben Koller), The Dusk In Us follows 2012’s acclaimed All We Love We Leave Behind. Featured on Pitchfork’s Best New Music list, All We Love We Leave Behind was called “as skull-cleaving as it is beautiful” by Consequence Of Sound.

Today also marks the premiere of Converge’s new single, “Under Duress...

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THE NEW ROSES – ‘One More For The Road’ – New Album!

Without any doubt, THE NEW ROSES are one of the most promising and successful hard rock acts that the German heavy rock scene has to offer.

While having played more than 250 shows within two years all over Europe, highlights were definitely their live performances at the UEFA Champions League Festival at the Brandenburger Tor in the heart of Berlin, alongside shows at the Hamburg and Swiss Harley Days, as well as being special guests on tour with acts such as ACCEPT, Tremonti, Y&T, Saxon or The Dead Dasies to name just a few.

Now these heavy rockers from Wiesbaden, Germany, return with their brand new album ‘One More For The Road’ and they do this with absolute serenity!

With phenomenal hearty hymns like “Every Wildheart”, “Forever Never Comes” or the first single for the track “Life Aint ...

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The Town Hall Premieres “Backlash” on!

Bridgeport, CT Alternative band The Town Hall premiered their video for song “Backlash” on today!

The premiere can be seen – HERE!

When Brian Larney of The Town Hall was recording his 5-song EP, his plan was to call it The Charm Offensive. That changed the day he stumbled across an old political button that read “America Needs J.F.K.”

“It was simple, direct and America DOES need The Town Hall” says Larney , for whom The Town Hall is as much a pseudonym as a band name.

“I prefer playing with a band to playing solo, but it’s always The Town Hall, regardless of who is on stage,” Larney says. “I like to say that ‘We are all the Town Hall,’ myself and the audience.”

Though America Needs The Town Hall isn’t a political album, that it was written in this time of political divide and...

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