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Scott Stapp to release new studio album “The Space Between the Shadows” on July 19th 2019

The return of Grammy winning songwriter, Creed frontman, and platinum-certified solo artist, Scott Stapp is underway. As new single, “Purpose for Pain”, gains traction, Scott today revealed the July 19th, 2019, release date, the meaningful cover art, and the track listing for his first album in six years, “The Space Between the Shadows” (Napalm Records).

Joe Bonamassa live at The Royal Albert Hall in London 2019

Opening his set with a joyous run through of Muddy Water’s “Tiger In Your Tank” , Joe proceeds to play a superb set of songs from his most recent album “Blues of Desperation”. While the album is very good, it’s live that the songs really come into their own, with a horn section giving them that extra boost of energy.
 

Black Label Society releases new music video for “Bored to Tears”

Black Label Society, led by American guitar icon Zakk Wylde, has released another new music video today for their song “Bored to Tears” from their upcoming album due out this spring. Once again directed by long-time director and collaborator Justin Reich, this is the second music video we’ve seen from the rejuvenated version of “Sonic Brew - 20th Anniversary Blend 5.99 - 5.19” due out next month.

Watch the new video below.
 

Frankley Everlong releases new music video for “Animatronic”

Swedish pop-punk rockers Frankley Everlong have released yet another new music video, this time for the song “Animatronic”.

This is the fourth video from their sophomore full-length album “Till the Dance Do Us Part”, which was released worldwide on January 18th, 2019, via Eclipse Records. The band features former Entrails vocals/bassist Tommy Carlsson on lead vocals and guitar. Watch the new video below.
 

Warrior Soul to release new studio album “Rock ‘n’ Roll Disease” on June 7th 2019

Comin’ in again with all guns blazin’ - Warrior Soul have a new record “Rock ‘n’ Roll Disease” set for release on June 7th, 2019, via Livewire/Cargo Records.

The album is the follow up to last year’s very successful and critically acclaimed, raw and raucous “Back on the Lash” release. “Rock ‘n’ Roll Disease” promises to turn out to be a real stormer.