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A Prayer For The Loud from D.A.D.

In what’s been an eight year wait for fans, Disneyland After Dark (D-A-D) has spent the last three distilling a large selection of songs that bassist Stig Pedersen described as the “cream of the crop” to unleash their latest album Prayer For The Loud. According to the band itself (Also featuring Jesper Binzer – Vocals, guitar, Jacob Binzer – Guitar ...

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Don Broco unveil new video for ‘Half Man, Half God’

Brit-rockers Don Broco has unveiled the video for their latest track ‘Half Man, Half God’ this is ahead of their UK festival dates. Check out the video below, which uses the footage from their Wembley show: Vocalist Rob Damiani had this to say: “We’re very excited to be heading out on our first ever headline tour of the USA! The ...

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Alien Weaponry release limited edition 7″ ahead of Download 2019 performance

New Zealand Maori metallers, Alien Weaponry, have announced they will be releasing a strictly limited 7″ vinyl including the tracks ‘Ahi Kā’ and ‘Blinded’. This is ahead of their Download Festival 2019 main stage set.  This will be limited to 400 units. This is the first new material released from Alien Weaponry since their debut Tu in 2018. This is what ...

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Twilight Force announce new album ‘Dawn Of The Dragonstar’

Now Game Of Thrones is over and done with, time to look elsewhere for your dragon-fuelled fantasy fix. Oh, look – Twilight Force has a new album out this summer! And it’s called Dawn Of The Dragonstar. The album will be released on August 16th via Nuclear Blast, and as always recorded at the band’s own ‘Twilight Forge’. The band ...

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Tanzwut’s Sailor’s Yarn

Guitar riffs and heavy bagpipes anyone? That’s what you get with German rock band Tanzwut who release their new album Seemannsgarn on 7th June through AFM Records. Seemannsgarn translates as “sailor’s yarn” and the album takes the listener on a journey into the world of fantasy, poets, musicians, artists and puppeteers! There are tales of both fiction and reality in songs ...

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Emil Bulls – You Should See Me In A Crown

Concurrent with the release of their new album Mixtape, Germany’s Emil Bulls drop a new single in the form of a Billie Eilish cover ‘You Should See Me In A Crown‘. Mixtape find the five man line-up giving their favourite rock and pop songs a metallic overhaul, alongside a signature sound that has made them one of the most independent, popular ...

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Steve Kilbey – When I Love Her She Sings

 Currently touring the USA with his band The Church, Steve Kilbey one of Australia’s most popular songwriters has released a new solo single ‘When I Love Her She Sings’. The song appears on his last full length album Sydney Rococo, released last year and featuring songs written over a five year period. ‘When I Love Her She Sings’ is only the ...

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Three Tremors Fly Or Die

‘Fly or Die’ is the latest video released by The Three Tremors, the US heavy metal act with a trio of hellraisers stand at the mic in the form of Tim ‘Ripper’ Owens , Harry ‘The Tyrant’ Conklin and Sean ‘The Hell Destroyer’ Peck. “This video was great to shoot on a bunch of levels,” noted Peck. First I am ...

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Valley Queen Boiling Over

Los Angles indie rockers Valley Queen release their first ever internationally available single with ‘Boiling Water’ and there’s an animated video to accompany the song out in virtual reality too. ‘Boiling Water’ is taken from their debut album Supergiant that came out last year in the USA. However, the band recently signed to Bread and Butter Records who will make ...

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Kryptos’ Afterburner

Bangalore, India isn’t high on your list when you think of heavy metal hotbeds of activity but Kryptos put a lie to that belief, having been together 21 years. This June they release their latest album Afterburner on AFM Records. The first ever Indian metal band to tour Europe, aside from festival dates they’ve supported the likes of Testament and Iron ...

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