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Pile share new version of the track “My Employer”

Today, ahead of their September EU/UK tour, Pile have shared a new version of their album track “My Employer”.

Speaking about the new version, frontman Rick Maguire, says: “This is the version of the song that generally sits better with the rest of our live set. Because I still feel strongly about the song’s sentiment, I really appreciate that it’s form carries some dynamic versatility”.

Listen to the new version of “My Employer” below.

Doro release music video for “Freunde Fürs Leben”

After a raft of successful summer festival performances this year, Doro is preparing to continue her Forever Warriors - Forever United World Tour in a few weeks.

Kicking off the next leg of the tour in Russia and the USA, the band will then be traveling back to Europe for gigs in Germany, UK, Switzerland, Netherlands and Luxemburg.

Tropical Fuck Storm share music video for new single “Braindrops”

Ahead of the release of their new album “Braindrops” on Friday, Tropical Fuck Storm keep it freaky with the new video for the title track, which makes its way from the race track to skeletor and Pikachu getting beheaded by magical swords and a clay wolf demon.

In the words of the band:
“Filmed at Nagambie Speedway, Sinjoh Ruins and Victoria St., Richmond, "Braindrops" is a song that asks if you need to feel cheap buying counterfeit Ray Bans in a Universe that is actually a simulation”.

Bloodstock Open Air Festival 2019 - Day 1

Since 2015, Bloodstock has grown incapacity, and this year’s event had its fair share of controversies. The most high-profile being the inevitable booking of their first metalcore headliner, Parkway Drive, at the expense of many enraged ‘true metal’ fans, as well as numerous band drop-outs beyond the organizer’s control, including the likes of Skeletonwitch, Code Orange and Dimmu Borgir (who they cancelled a day before their show).

Bent Knee to release new studio album “You Know What I Mean” on October 11th 2019

Bent Knee, the co-ed art-rock sextet from Boston, who have been hailed by the Boston Globe for their “emphatic crunch and knack for complexity”, release “You Know What I Mean” on October 11th, 2019, via InsideOut Music (Sony).

Watch the band’s video for “Hold Me In” below. The cinematic clip was directed by Kelsey Hunter Ayres.