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THE BLACK MOODS Sign To FM MUSIC MANAGEMENT!

The Black Moods have entered into a management deal with FM Music Management. They have joined FM Music Management’s impressive roster which includes Nonpoint, Adelitas Way, Through Fire, SHIM, Kataklysm, Royal Bliss, Deadset Society, Keith Wallen, Spoken and more.

The band is currently #37 on the rock chart with their single “BELLA DONNA” and have announced a special show on January 17th at The Viper Room in West Hollywood, California. The band will also be attending NAMM 2019.

Born in the Arizona desert and reared on stages across North America, the band delivers a modern update of a timeless sound, breathing fresh life into a familiar mix of electric guitars, anthemic hooks, and percussive stomp.

The Black Moods’ three members — frontman/guitarist Josh Kennedy, drummer Daniel “Chico...

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SEVEN SISTERS Announce More Festival Appearances!

SEVEN SISTERS have announced more festival appearances.

Born in the depths of West London, Seven Sisters are a four-piece band forged from the same steel as the NWOBHM acts of yesteryear. Over the past three years, they‘ve gathered a reputation as a stellar act in the heavy metal scene, earning their stripes playing shows all over the UK and Europe off the back of two independent releases The Warden Demo (2014), and the Lost In Time 7” (2015).

Their self-titled debut album (2016) was met with rave reviews and sold out of the first pressing of physical copies in just three weeks. With the all-important second album to be released on 13th April 2018, Seven Sisters promise not to just copy the template laid down by the fathers of heavy metal but to mould their own and usher in a new era.

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PRIMITAI To Support Wolf On UK Tour!

PRIMITAI have announced they will support Wolf on their upcoming UK tour.

Primitai (pronounced Primi-tie) are a London based melodic metal band drawing inspiration from classic heavy metal and combining it with modern production, intensity and a subtle progressive edge. 

Whether sharing the stage with NWOBHM bands like Saxon, power metallers Edguy, thrash bands like Warbringer, or even Scandinavian sleaze rock like Crashdiet, the power, melody and intensity of Primitai‘s songs and performance has struck a chord with fans across a wide spectrum of metal.

Their breakthrough came in 2010 upon release of their 2nd album LINE OF FIRE, which lead to UK tours and festivals including Hard Rock Hell, Bloodstock, Hammerfest, High Voltage and Wacken Cruise. 

Their 2013 album RISE AGAIN, mixed an...

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SEPTEMBER MOURNING – “Glass Animals” – Official Music Video!

Hard Rock Graphic Novel Art Project SEPTEMBER MOURNING has released the official music video for their newest single, “Glass Animals.”

”’Glass Animals’ is about the fragmented soul. It’s about the realization that we are all broken. Something or someone has broken us and within that broken state we ultimately find the strength to survive. Musically, it’s a little bit of a tribute to one of our favorite bands: The Deftones. The song ties into the comic book as well…. Hannah is a broken soul who, through the help of September and Claire, finds the strength to face her personal demons and live again.” – Emily Lazar (Founder)

Shortly after Glass Animals drops, Image Comics is releasing September Mourning The Complete Collection co-created by Lazar and Marc Silvestri, co-written by Mariah M...

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OOMPH! – ”Ritual”!

Reinvention and continuity – OOMPH! have been synonymous with self-renewal, pioneer spirit and carefree creativity for almost three decades. The Germans have been raised on EBM, rock and new wave, accidentally started a new subgenre in the 90s (the so-called Neue Deutsche Härte that influencedRammstein and many more) and were crossover when crossover wasn`t even born.

Many years later legions of fans with varied musical backgrounds are hooked and the band is no stranger to the highest chart positions – CRAP, DERO and FLUX were awarded their first platinum record for Wahrheit oder Pflicht in 2018...

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