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Where We Sleep presents new single “Into the Light”

From the ashes of London indie pop outfit Blindness comes the dark and dynamic alt-rock project Where We Sleep. The debut EP “Experiments in the Dark” releases on May 31st.

Ahead of this, the present “Into the Light”, which features Debbie Smith of Echobelly, Curve and SPC ECO fame on guitar. Smith was also in Blindness and is part of the trio Snowpony with My Bloody Valentine’s Debbie Googe and Moonshake’s Katharine Gifford.

Lingua Ignota to release new studio album “Caligula” on July 19th 2019

Caligula”, the new album from Lingua Ignota set for release on July 19th, 2019,  on CD/2xLP/Digital through Profound Lore Records, takes the vision of Kristin Hayter’s vessel to a new level of grandeur, her purging and vengeful audial vision going beyond anything preceding it and reaching a new unparalleled sonic plane within her oeuvre.
 

High Fighter to release new studio album “Champain” on July 26th 2019

Hamburg-based Sludge Metal unit High Fighter returns with their sophomore, brand new album this summer on Argonauta Records.

Today the band is sharing with us not only the hotly anticipated release details, but also a first single taken from their upcoming record titled “Champain”!

Modern Mimes release music video for “Mind Lies”

Modern Mimes is an American music artist duo from Fort Lauderdale, FL. The duo consists of Adi Elcida Hernandez on vocals/guitar/sampling and Ernesto Paez on the double neck guitar bass.

Their music can be best described as “Future Goth”, a term they coined in order to explain the fusion of alternative heavy guitar riffs, powerfully haunting vocals, subconscious provoking lyrics, electronic drums, and catchy pop melodies.

Tanith launches new single “Eleven Years”

On May 24th, 2019, NYC’s Tanith will release their debut full-length, “In Another Time”, via Metal Blade Records.

Taking their name from a character in the classic Hammer Horror The Devil Rides Out, Tanith play vintage hard rock that harks back to the glory days of Blue Oyster Cult, Thin Lizzy and Uriah Heep. However, while such influences resonate through their music, they are never derivative, having a strong musical identity and forging their own sound.

Spotlights share new music video for “Xerox”

Spotlights, who released their new album, “Love & Decay”, last month via Ipecac Recordings, share a video for the track “Xerox”.

The video, which is shot from the perspective of guitar player Mario Quintero, is a nod to 90s alt-rock videos, with the band saying, “we love the way they didn’t take themselves too seriously and kind of make fun of those who do”.