Monthly Archives April 2018

THE STARS REVOLT Release Official Music Video for “Be Careful What You Wish For,” Off of Upcoming, Self-Titled EP!

Louisville, KY Rock Band THE STARS REVOLT has released the official music video for “Be Careful What You Wish For,” the lead single off of their debut, self-titled EP. Due out May 18th, The Stars Revolt is available for pre-order through  iTunes, now!

“’Be Careful What You Wish For’ is a song dealing with loss. It touches on understanding and coming to terms with things out of your control and the uncertainty of what will and what could be. How the little choices you make today could have huge, everlasting effects. What you want might not be what you get, so be careful what you wish for.” – The Stars Revolt

The Stars Revolt is a four-piece melodic rock band based out of Louisville, KY...

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Rocky Morningside Releases Video for Single “Tricks Up My Sleeve” in Observance of the Pink Full Moon!

Rocky Morningside announced the release of his video for single “Tricks Up My Sleeve” off of his B-side record in observance of tonight’s full Pink Moon.

“I’ve always been a night owl. My most creative ideas have manifested late at night when most people are sleeping. I don’t know factually if the moon has the ability to embolden our biological makeup or behavior but it does something to me and I like it!

Full moons enhance my passion and productiveness, so it feels natural to me to unveil my art during that phase of the moon. That said, from here into oblivion you can always expect new music from Rocky Morningside on every full moon!” – says Rocky.

He adds,
Tricks is a machine driven trek through an incipient mine filled forest shape-shifting freebase jump into a partial accelerator...

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HEPTAEDIUM Announce New Album and Release New Song ‘Watch Me Break The Neck Of The Hypocrites’!

Tech metal artist Heptaedium has released a new video for ‘Watch Me Break the Neck of the Hypocrites’, taken from their new album The Great Herald Of Misery, due May 25th via Apathia Records.

Pre-order the album –  HERE!

Heptaedium is a musical solo project born in 2012, mixing components of Meshuggah, Igorrr, The Algorithm, Dragon Ball Z and video game music.

Having released 3 LPs (Monochronic Visual Interface, Kawaii!!, How Long Shall I Suffer Now?) and an EP (Underground Business), the band signed to Apathia Records last year, and are ready to take on the world with their new album.

Although a metal record, The Great Herald of Misery revolves around industrial samples, creating a unique sound experience...

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Stortregn – ‘Emptiness Fills The Void’!

STORTREGN is a blackened death metal band, formed in Switzerland in 2005. Initially influenced by the Nordic black metal scene, they have expanded their vision and sound into a more contemporary era. They are greatly appreciated for their music and even more so for their live shows.

With a relentless energy, they deliver a mix of charging riffs, blast beats and brutality that leaves the audience with a lasting impression and begging for more. After a deluge of gigs, including Wacken, Metal Days, and 4 international tours, Stortregn has become inevitable in the Blackened Death metal scene.

After many changes, the formation has stabilized and the current line-up consists of Romain Negro on vocals, Johan Smith and Duran Bathija on guitars, Manuel Barrios on bass guitar and Samuel Jakubec on d...

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Spring Taste – ‘Edge of the End’!

Spring Taste is a progressive rock band formed in 2009 in Rouen, France. Their first EP was be released in 2013 and their music style comes from many influences: from Led Zeppelin to Rage Against The Machine.

Their style is calm and bluesy, at the same time being percussive and enraged – which you can hear in their first album.

Their EP tells a story of a trapper who finds himself in a modern city, lost in the norms and values of society. Old world meets the new and from this emerges the rock of Spring Taste.

In the following years, the arrival of new a guitarists brings more influences, which feed the group. With more of a variety, the band goes towards metal and punk, while still keeping their original soul, an unconventional rock n ‘roll with a twist of 1950’s blues.

Spring Taste’s new ...

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