Oct 132018

‘Wasteland’, a brand new song from Massachusetts metallers All That Remains, can be streamed below. The track is taken from the band’s upcoming ninth full-length album, “Victim Of The New Disease”, which will be released on November 9. The disc was produced by The Acacia Strain guitarist Daniel “DL” Laskiewicz. The cover artwork for the follow-up to last year’s “Madness” can be seen below.

“This disc is everything All That Remains is,” said singer Philip Labonte. “When it’s heavy, it’s really heavy. When it’s not, it’s tender and emotive. But when it’s not emotive, it’s heavy as hell.”

All That Remains has already performed ‘Wasteland’ and another new song, ‘Fuck Love’, at some of the band’s recent live shows. Continue reading »

Oct 132018

Emery have released a music video for ‘People Always Ask Me if We’re Gonna Cuss in an Emery Song’ can be seen below. This is the third single off their new full length album, “Eve”, available for Pre-Order now at .

This will be the first lp with Devin Shelton back in the band full time.

Emery is an American post-hardcore band from Seattle, Washington currently signed to BadChristian Music. Emery was founded in 2001 in Rock Hill, South Carolina Continue reading »

Oct 132018

Impellitteri‘s music video for the cover version of the Black Sabbath classic ‘Symptom Of The Universe’ can be seen below. The song is taken from Impellitteri‘s new album, “The Nature Of The Beast”, which is released yesterday (Friday, October 12) via Frontiers Music Srl.

Chris Impellitteri states: “To all of our heavy metal friends around the world, we hope you enjoy our version of Black Sabbath‘s ‘Symptom Of The Universe’. We have always wanted to re-create this magical riff and song as it really inspired us musically. This type of song can be tricky as you want to respect the integrity of the original music, but at the same time you want to take the song in a new direction and make it your own! We obviously ‘Impellitterized’ the song and added lots of haunting melodies, screaming vocals, shredding guitar solos, walking bass lines, and thrash-style drumming (but what would you expect from Impellitteri, ha ha!)

“We sincerely hope the great Tony IommiOzzy OsbourneGeezer Butler and Bill Ward enjoy our version of ‘Symptom Of The Universe’ as well as their fans!” Continue reading »

Oct 122018

Earlier this week, We Came As Romans announced a tribute show for late singer Kyle Pavone. The Promise Me Tribute will be held Oct. 28 at the Fillmore in their hometown of Detroit and will include a performance by WCAR.

According to Billboard, WCAR announced the show while playing at the same venue Sunday night. Frontman Dave Stephens revealed special guests would be announced later, and “it’s just gonna be a big party celebrating all the awesome things Kyle did in his life.”Today, the band are announcing the special guests who will be joining WCAR in continuing to honor Pavone’s memory.

Guests include Issues’ Tyler Carter, August Burns Red’s Jake Luhrs, Memphis May Fire’s Matty Mullins, I Prevail’s Eric Vanlerberghe, Born Of Osiris, For Today and Nick Sampson.

The guests are musicians and singers who Pavone and WCAR have each toured with throughout their careers. They will perform both with the band as well as individually. Continue reading »

Oct 122018

Brazilian progressive metallers Krig checked in with the following: “We have gathered some covers we’ve recorded and made it available for you at our bandcamp, soon in the streaming services”.

Tracklist: 1. Tribute (Krig), 2. Soldiers Under Command (Stryper), 3. Heroes (Bride), 4. Nonpoint (Believer), 5. Here Comes The Bride (Bride), 6. Grind Planetarium (Mortification), 7. Walls of Separation (Living Sacrifice ), 8. Foolish Evildoers IV (Krig). Continue reading »