Iron Maiden surprised fans with the setlist at the first show of The Future Past Tour 2023 on Sunday night, May 28th in Ljubljana, Slovenia at the Arena Stozice.
Similar to the Somewhere Back In Time Tour, the trek harkens back to a previous era for the band, this time their 1986 "Somewhere in Time" album. But for this outing they also split the focus with their latest album, "Senjutsu". (continue)
(hennemusic) The Hollywood Vampires have rescheduled a series of upcoming US concerts this week as Johnny Depp continues to recover from an ankle injury.
"Johnny has sustained a painful injury to his ankle following his recent appearances and has been advised by his doctor not to travel," says the band. "He is devastated by this turn of events, but looks forward to resting up so all four Vampires can bring their absolute best to the tour in Europe." (continue)
(hennemusic) KISS has announced details for what will be their final farewell concert in Australia. Following a recent performance at Ohio's Sonic Temple festival, KISS will resume the End Of The Road farewell tour with a series of shows in the UK and Europe; the summer leg is set to begin in Birmingham, UK on June 5.
"We are thrilled to announce one epic and monumental Australian farewell show - THE FINAL CURTAIN - exclusively at Sydney's Accor Stadium on Saturday, October 7th!," says the band. "The Final Curtain show was initiated via a national petition, with KISS ARMY Australia pleading for us to return to play one more show in Australia before bringing our touring career to an end with our final-ever performance at Madison Square Garden in New York City on December 2, 2023. (continue)
A fresh insight into the highly anticipated new album 'A Fine Commitment' (out 16 June), Monograms is back with the new single: "Carry The Weight".
rom the speeding cop sirens that screech through its intro, to the exhilarating electro/punk chase that ensues; "Carry The Weight" is the breathless new release from the New York-based 'Nuke Wave' artist.
Hurtling into earshot like Fischerspooner and Joy Division in an all-or-nothing drag race, its highly-charged guitar riffs and radioactive synthesisers vie for pole position across a track that will heighten the senses at its every hairpin twist and turn. (continue)
Polaris have shared a music video for their new single, "Inhuman", which is the lead track from their forthcoming third studio album, "Fatalism," that will arrive on September 1st.
"'Inhumane' reflects on the feeling of growing desensitized to death, violence, and tragedy due to overexposure," explains drummer and one of the main songwriters Daniel Furnari. "I think for a lot of people over the last few years, when you're facing a constant barrage of horrible news coming from every corner on a literal daily basis, eventually, you reach a point where the initial shock and sadness wear off and you find yourself becoming almost numb to it. (continue)
"Prophecy of the Dragon," the new single from musical-act Julian Casablancas + The Voidz is here to soundtrack your summer months. You'll love the hard riffs, poetic lyrics, and rhythmic aptitude.
Of the new song the band says; "The track started with a very simple question.... what would it feel like if God whispered into your ear "you are my most magnificent creature." What would that feeling sound like? What would its bassline be? With that Beardo blew The Voidz conch shell and we assembled where we had been summoned for previous quests. The response? From the fiery bones of eternity, the dragon's voice, awakened after millennia in waiting, spewed forth a sonic fist of impertinence in the shape of a new pirate anthem where nothing is what it seems, nor is it otherwise - Prophecy Of The Dragon." (continue)
July 28th will see the release of "Awakening Rage", the third studio album by Brazilian thrashers Blackning, which will see the light of day via Swedish label Black Lion Records. "Awakening Rage" revolves around all the disturbing things imposed on us, politricks, lies and control of the masses.
There's anger, fast riffs, slow chunky grooves, and all the chemistry that the band learned on tour through Europe, Russia and Brazil. "Awakening Rage" delivers nothing less than eleven tracks of pure mayhem and after releasing the first single "Never To Be Free", the band follows up today with a lyric video for the track "Eye For An Eye". (continue)
Danko Jones premiered a music video for their brand new anthemic party tune "Good Time", which comes ahead of their eleventh studio album, "Electic Sounds" (out September 15th).
The karaoke-themed music video features a guest appearance by Inge Johansson (International Noise Conspiracy, Gatuplan, Against Me!) and was directed by Philip Hovensjö (Yung Lean, Martin Garrix, Victor Leksell) at Horseboy. (continue)
Hatebreed frontman Jamey Jasta has just dropped a single and visualizer for "Assimilation Agenda," a brand-new Jasta track, featuring Steve "Zetro" Souza from Bay Area legends Exodus. The banger is the first new music from JASTA since the release of the well-received project, The Lost Chapters, Volume 2, which dropped in 2019.
"The whole album is a love letter to thrash but this song in particular is a great example of what's to come and one of my favorites," says Jasta. "A duet with Zetro that will get the circle pits going HARD!!!" (continue)
Uncle Kracker has announced his first proper single since the notorious pandemic. The nostalgic "Sweet 16," which weaves the infectious melodies and clever lyricism he's always been known for, will be released on Friday, June 9 across all DSPs.
"'Sweet 16' is all American," says Uncle Kracker. "It's a song for anybody lucky enough to make it outta' their teens, 20's, and 30's...'Sweet 16' is a recap. It's hands down the most relevant song I've ever done." (continue)
(hennemusic) Metallica is streaming pro-shot video of a performance of their 1988 classic, "Blackened", from a May 17 show in Paris, France. The opening track from the group's fourth album, "...And Justice for All", made its M72 world tour debut during the first of two concerts at the city's Stade de France.
Metallica are hosting the two-year series in support of their latest album, "72 Seasons", which was produced by Greg Fidelman and band members James Hetfield and Lars Ulrich and recorded at the band's HQ in San Rafael, CA in 2021 and 2022. (continue)
(hennemusic) Judas Priest has announced dates for a spring 2024 tour of Europe. The Metal Masters series will open in the region on March 24 in Frankfurt, Germany and feature special guests Saxon and Uriah Heep, with Phil Campbell And The Bastard Sons appearing on the date in Milan, Italy in early April.
Ticket information is expected to be released soon. The European shows will come on the heels of a recently-announced series of UK dates in March that are currently the first events on the group's live schedule. (continue)
Metal supergroup Elegant Weapons celebrated the release of their debut album, 'Horns for a Halo' by sharing a music video for the effort's title track.
Comprised of Rainbow singer Ronnie Romero, Judas Priest guitarist Richie Faulkner, Uriah Heep bassist Dave Rimmer, and Accept drummer Christopher Williams, the title track from 'Horns for a Halo' is the third single/video. (continue)
I Prevail released their new record TRUE POWER via Fearless Records last year. It was followed by a sold out, two-leg tour across the U.S. and Canada.
Today, the band has shared the video for the stripped version of their latest single "Deep End." This version of the song is laced with a haunting piano melody. (continue)
Midtown have released their brand new tribute EP, We're Too Old To Write New Songs, So Here's Some Old Songs We Didn't Write.
Featuring tributes to influential songs from the band's past - including Pavement's "Cut Your Hair", Lagwagon's "Know It All", and Elvis Costello's "Pump It Up" - the EP is rounded out by the band's take on "Safely", originally by Hot Rod Circuit. (continue)
Big Loud Rock and Jagwar Twin - the alter-ego of singer, songwriter, producer and storyteller Roy English - are excited to present his brand new single titled "All My Friends," a stylish indie-rock anthem inspired by in-person connections made on the road that follows the release of The Circle: The Great Jagwar Myth EP remix collection and 33, English's latest full-length album produced by long-time collaborator, the GRAMMY-nominated Matthew Pauling (Twenty One Pilots, 5 Seconds of Summer).
"The world is always ending and it's always beginning," English says of the new single. "We're having this experience flying through space on this rock we call home. 'All My Friends' is about the terror and the beauty of the fact that we're all here on Earth, and it's all of us or none of us." (continue)
The Band Camino returns with another sharp, hard-hitting single - "Last Man In The World". Complete with upbeat guitar riffs and incisive lyrics about salvaging a relationship, the new song is a lively, stadium-ready anthem that adds to the group's already-impressive discography.
"Last Man In The World" arrives on the heels of The Band CAMINO's latest single releases "What Am I Missing?" and "Told You So," which highlight their infectious, unguarded, and booming guitar-driven pop sound that has resonated with audiences worldwide. (continue)
Southern California rockers Juniper Honey just released a brand new single called "Looking At You". To celebrate we asked frontman Jake Hesse to tell us about the track. Here is the story:
For "Looking At You," I had all the music written for a bit and had melody ideas but was just hitting a random writer's block when trying to put some lyrics to it. I would constantly jam the chords I had and the little instrumental ideas and knew I couldn't just ignore the song, but it kind of took a while to finish the final thing. Then once I had the idea it all just flowed out of me at once, which is a rare but special thing that happens sometimes for every writer. The story I had for it is actually a little embarrassing in a way, to be honest. I was just out grocery shopping one day and kinda had that awkward eye contact moment with a girl and never went over to talk to her, and then for some reason I just thought about it for longer than usual. When I got home to my guitar, I just wrote about that moment but generalized it a bit while also keeping in random specifics like the "flowers and groceries" line. Once I finished up the song I brought it over to Donovan's apartment and he immediately decided it was worth our time and the rest of the guys agreed. (continue)
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