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Jungle Rot announce 2019 tour dates

Wisconsin metal pioneers Jungle Rot have announced, for the first time since 2014, they will be bringing their thrash influenced style of ‘Death Metal’ to Europe for a tour in Spring 2019. Under the title of the “Send Forth Oblivion Tour, part 1.” Part 2 will follow later on in the summer when the band will be returning to Europe ...

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The Xcerts to release acoustic EP

After being teased with an acoustic version of their single ‘Daydream’ earlier this year, Scottish rockers, The Xcerts, will thankfully release a full acoustic EP on October 5th under Raygun Records. The EP, titled ‘Late One Night’ (owing to it actually being entirely recorded late over one night), will be released as a limited edition signed and numbered 12” vinyl, ...

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Papa Roach unleash ‘Who Do You Trust?’ video

Papa Roach have just released the video fro their latest single from Crooked Teeth, entitled ‘Who Do You Trust?‘ “The new album is full of fresh Papa Roach” explained singer Jacoby Shaddix when asked about the sound of the band’s new music, “It’s really inspiring – to be continuing our musical momentum and dropping new music so soon after the release of ...

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Semisonic reissue ‘Feeling Strangley Fine’

American alternative rock band Semisonic have announced their debut album, Feeling Strangely Fine, is to have a 20th-anniversary deluxe reissue edition, available from October 19th   via UMe. The reissue will be on CD and digital, as well as having a limited edition release on gold vinyl, making this the first occasion a Semisonic album has been released on vinyl. The ...

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Midge Ure – Songs, Questions & Answers

Midge Ure returns to the UK theatre circuit in early 2019 with a special concert experience – The Scottish music legend will present his Songs, Questions & Answers tour from March through to May. From boy band one hit wonders Slik to new wave punks The Rich Kids, a tour of duty with British rock heroes Thin Lizzy onto electronica success with ...

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Cimbric Yarns From Suidakra

After 24 years of band history, Suidakra release their thirteenth studio album Cimbric Yarns on 16th November through AFM Records. Instead of their characteristic bombastic melodic death metal, the musicians offer an acoustic, ambient work that takes the audience into a mystical land far before time. Cimbric Yarns is based on a fantasy world that was created during the artwork/soundtrack collaboration ...

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Lift Your Head Up with Bad Touch

Coinciding with the release of their new album, Shake A Leg, rock band Bad Touch have launched an official music video for their brand new single. ‘Lift Your Head Up’ is the name of the single and it’s the first track on the parent album. However, the single version has been remixed for radio by Romesh Dodangoda (Bring Me The Horizon, Stone Broken).  The official ...

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Terminal Function Deliver a 360 Video

Swedish djent /tech metallers Terminal Function have released ‘The End Delivered’ as a 360 video – One where you can watch the video from several different angles simply by dragging your cursor or finger across your screen or clicking the arrows in the upper left of the video screen. Guitarist Stefan Aaronson said, “Being a tech-metal band, we’re obviously very nerdy ...

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The Original Virus Returns!

Formed in 1986, Virus caused a stir from day one with their punk attitude firmly embedded into their brand of thrash metal, their raucous behaviour earning them a certain amount of infamy! Whilst those heady, crazy days may now be past, their desire to bring their blistering sound back into the open most definitely is not, and so the original ...

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Black Stone Cherry unveil video for ‘Carry Me On Down The Road’

Kentucky’s finest blues-rockers, Black Stone Cherry, have unveiled the video for their latest single ‘Carry Me On Down The Road’. Check out the clip below: The track is taken from their latest album, Family Tree, which got to #7 in the UK album charts. BSC bassist Jon Lawhon had this to say: “If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like or wanted ...

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