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Flying Colors premiere music video for new single “The Loss Inside”

Music Theories Recordings / Mascot Label Group and Flying Colors have presented an official music video for “The Loss Inside” in front of the band’s upcoming global release of “Third Degree” on October 4th.

Singer Casey McPherson shares: “We all go through loss, and the grieving process often comes in waves, I love how musically and lyrically this song represents that process for me”.

Soulsplitter to release debut studio album “Salutogenesis” on October 18th 2019

Four musicians prepare to suspend the world in a dream-like state of philosophical contemplation, set to a hauntingly beautiful soundscape of deeply emotive and artistic progressive rock. Uniquely intense and undeniably grandiose, Germany’s Soulsplitter are pleased to announce the upcoming release of their debut studio album, “Salutogenesis”.

Tool - Fear Inoculum

When people were making jokes about Guns and Roses taking forever to release the much fabled “Chinese Democracy” they didn’t know that Tool would also take some thirteen years to follow up “10.000 Days” with a new album, not that this band has been known for their rapid-fire output, having won the luxury of releasing albums whenever they wish to, while at the same time keeping busy in a variety of side projects.
 

Tool announces Fall 2019 North American Headlining Tour

“Fear Inoculum”, Tool’s fifth studio album and 2019’s most anticipated release, is available now. Listen here.

The news arrives as the band announces a six-week North American tour, launching the trek on Oct. 13 at the Aftershock Festival. Tickets are on-sale Sept. 6 at 10 am local time, with a limited number of tickets will be available to Tool Army members on Sept. 4.

Flying Colors launch music video for new single “You Are Not Alone”

Music Theory Recordings / Mascot Label Group and Flying Colors have announced the global release of the band’s third studio album “Third Degree” on October 4th, 2019.

“Third Degree” did not come effortlessly, nor too quickly. “It took time — but that’s the thing with Flying Colors”, Portnoy admits. “It’s very hard to get the five of us in the same room at the same time. But once we do, it flows so easily”.