Jerry Cantrell Released Video For Prism Of Doubt

Following the release of his succesful solo album “Brighten” in October of last year, and a European Summer tour that took him to festivals such as HellFest, Lollapalooza Sweden & Azkena Rock Fest, iconic singer, songwriter, guitarist and Alice In Chains co-founder Jerry Cantrell has released a new video for single “Prism Of Doubt”. You can watch the video by clicking on this… Read More Jerry Cantrell Released Video For Prism Of Doubt

Oliver Mavilio – Distant Sound

We have something special on our pages today that will unquestionably appeal to listeners looking for a much deeper meaning while listening to music. Norwich-based artist Oliver Mavilio unleashed a debut single called Distant Sound today. It’s a profoundly detailed composition that spans many complementary music genres, so don’t be surprised if you don’t grasp… Read More Oliver Mavilio – Distant Sound

Premiere: The Mortal Prophets Share New Single “Me And The Devil”

Today, NYC experimental rock outfit The Mortal Prophets (helmed by John Beckmann) announce the release of their debut LP, Me and the Devil, due December 9. To introduce the record, they have shared its first single, the record’s eponymous track, “Me and the Devil.” Earlier this year, The Mortal Prophets (John Beckmann) shared their anticipated debut EP, Stomp the Devil, produced by David Sisko and featuring collaborations… Read More Premiere: The Mortal Prophets Share New Single “Me And The Devil”

Premiere: Plastic Harpoons Share New Single “East Of State”

Today, Santa Barbara indie-rock outfit Plastic Harpoons share “East of State,” the latest single off their forthcoming LP, Modern World, out October 21 via Lolipop Records. Said Daniel Vasquez on their newest single: “I wrote the original concept to be more of a mellow love song about someone being caught off guard by love at first sight. We jammed on it a few times… Read More Premiere: Plastic Harpoons Share New Single “East Of State”

Greg Laraigné – The Brightside Of It All LP (Snappy Little Numbers)

At first, I thought this was a crust punk or a modern hardcore record. The entire visual identity made me think I will maybe experience an ultrafast, blackened, d-beat hardcore album stacked with hellish screams and shoutouts. After all, dotwork imagery and the theme pointed that out from the very beginning. It was strange considering… Read More Greg Laraigné – The Brightside Of It All LP (Snappy Little Numbers)

Yesterday’s Ring – Goodbye Nightlife LP (Little Rocket Records)

Today, I got two new excellent records from Graeme of Medictation, Leatherface, and Little Rocket Records, so let’s start with this gem first. Yesterday’s Ring is a long-running trio consisting of Hugo Mudie, Fred Jacques, and Louis Valiquette, who played in The Sainte Catherines together. This album also includes Frankie Stubbs on vocals and guitar,… Read More Yesterday’s Ring – Goodbye Nightlife LP (Little Rocket Records)