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Whitesnake to release new studio album “Flesh & Blood” on May 10th 2019

Whitesnake has confirmed a May 10th, 2019, release date for their upcoming studio album “Flesh & Blood” via Frontiers Music Srl.

Watch the music video for first single “Shut Up & Kiss Me” below.

The album will be available on CD/LP/Digital formats. See below for full details of the various configurations available.

• CD (Jewel Case)

Scott Stapp releases visualizer video for new single “Purpose for Pain”

Grammy Award winning, multi-platinum songwriter, vocalist, and frontman Scott Stapp has announced his upcoming album, “The Space Between the Shadows” (Napalm Records), is set for July release by unleashing a bombastic 1st single, “Purpose for Pain”, available now at all retailers, here. Listen to the new single below.

Revocation launches new video for “Vanitas”

After releasing their latest album, “The Outer Ones”, last year to critical acclaim, Revocation embarked on a headlining world tour in support of it.

During their European trek with label mates Rivers Of Nihil, the band filmed a video for the album track “Vanitas” (directed by Rivers Of Nihil’s Jonathan Topore), which can be seen below.

Stray Cats to release new studio album “40” on May 24th 2019

The Stray Cats - Brian Setzer (guitar, vocals), Lee Rocker (bass, vocals) and Slim Jim Phantom (drums, vocals) - original founding members of the iconic and acclaimed American rock and roll trio - are celebrating their 40th anniversary in 2019 with a new album and tour.

The Stray Cats have titled the album “40”. Marking their first new album in 26 years, it will be released on May 24th, 2019 via Surfdog Records and distributed by BMG (CD, vinyl, digital).

Martyrdöd to release new studio album “Hexhammaren” on May 10th 2019

Swedish crust metal punks Martyrdöd have released “Cashless Society”, the first single from their impending seventh studio album, “Hexhammaren”, which is set for release on May 10th, 2019, via Century Media Records and on May 25h, 2019, through Southern Lord, in North America.
 
Martyrdöd reveals about the “Cashless Society” single: “This track came about from riffs that spoke "käng". The result is way more metal than expected which made us really excited. Play it loud!”..