May 272017
 

Unanimously declared by the press as the essential summer album, Broadside unveil the title track behind their upcoming album “Paradise.”

“Whatever adds value to your life, you need to chase it,” instructs front-man Ollie Baxxter. Broadside chased their own paradise by relocating to Los Angeles, and invited fans to submit their own visions of paradise for this clip. “Life is a journey, and it should be documented and valued forever, so we wanted to give our fans an opportunity to share their version of paradise with us, and share their special moments in our music video. Thank you to everyone for letting us take a peek at your paradise.”

The full album, “Paradise,” will be available June 16, and Broadside  has been nominated for ‘Best Underground Band’ at this year’s Alternative Press Music Awards. Cast your vote here and watch the awards on July 17, 2017. Watch all three music videos from the album, ‘Puzzle Pieces,’ ‘Hidden Colors,’ and ‘Paradise’ below. Stay tuned as more summer and fall tour dates will be announced soon. Continue reading »

May 272017
 

Timōrātus have signed with Christian Metal Underground Records a sub-label of Vision of God Records for the physical release of “Reverentia.” The album was self-released digitally on March 29, the physical CD will be released on June 10th. You can pre-order your copy of “Reverentia”now.

The label comments “Unbelievably deep doom/drone worship metal! These are soundscapes of praise! This band has signed on with our ministry. And we were glad to get them aboard the family!”

“Reverentia” is a worship album that takes a different approach by adding rich, deep guitar drones and doom metal undertones to envelope the listener in the warmth and closeness of worship with God. Continue reading »

May 262017
 

Michael John Larson (Sebat), guitarist of Frost Like Ashes recently launched a new lo-fi Christian black metal label called Nosral Recordings. He has checked in with the following:

“I am happy to announce the first artist to join the Nosral Recordings roster: Ascending King. Raw Black Metal at its finest!”

Ascending King is a one-man Christian Black/Doom Metal band (Aaron Kirby). Working to spread the Gospel

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May 262017
 

Sicilian guitarist Antonello Giliberto has released the video of the “making of” the guitar recordings of the new instrumental album, the third, titled “The Strategy Of Chaos”. After “Journey Through My Memory” (Minotauro Records), which has had great reviews all over the world, the guitarist still has a record featuring engaging riffs, guitar solos rich in technique, melody and taste.

An album that will not disappoint symphonic metal fans with extreme guitar parts. The musicians involved in the recordings and the cover will be announced in the coming weeks. Continue reading »

May 262017
 

Projected, the project featuring Sevendust members John Connolly (guitar) and Vince Hornsby (bass) alongside Alter Bridge/Creed drummer Scott Phillips and guitarist/vocalist Eric Friedman (a.k.a. E-Rock; Tremonti), will release its sophomore album, “Ignite My Insanity”, on July 21 via Rat Pak Records. The two-disc collection is currently available for pre-order in various configurations.

The follow-up to 2012’s “Human”, “Ignite My Insanity” features twenty-one all-new tracks from Projected and continues to build upon the sound the band established with its debut. It is an album designed to resonate with fans from the members’ original projects and guaranteed to garner new fans along the way. From the melodic piano interlude of the opener ‘Strike’ to the raucous ending of closer ‘Battlestations’, the new album takes the listener on a journey inside the minds of the band. Songs like ‘Six Feet Below’, ‘Gomorrah’, ‘Inhuman’ and ‘Upside Down’ are infectious rockers. The first single, ‘Reload’, is a frenetic composition that showcases the musicianship of these accomplished performers. Alter Bridge/Tremonti songwriter Mark Tremonti co-wrote ‘Rectify’ and ‘Call Me The Devil’ and Sevendust‘s Morgan Rose co-wrote ‘Concede’ with Projected. Continue reading »