pop-rock

Timo Tolkki’s Avalon to release new studio album “Return to Eden” on June 14th 2019

Frontiers Music Srl is excited to announce the return of Timo Tolkki's Avalon with the release of the long awaited third chapter in his metal opera, “Return to Eden” on June 14th, 2019!

Today, the first single and video, “Promises”, featuring Todd Michael Hall (Riot V) on lead vocals has been released. Watch the video below.

Pre-order “Return to Eden” on CD, Vinyl, & Digital formats here.

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).

Nth Ascension to release new studio album “Stranger Than Fiction” on May 31st 2019

UK progressive rock band, Nth Ascension, featuring Ten keyboarder Darrel Treece-Birch in their ranks, have announced the release of their third album “Stranger Than Fiction” on May 31st, 2019, via Metatronic Records.

The album contains 8 tracks including a further three instalments from the ongoing Clanaan Chronicles storyline, which began on their debut release.

Sad Planets release music video for new single “Just Landed”

Sad Planets – John Petkovic (Cobra Verde, Sweet Apple, Guided by Voices, Death of Samantha) and Patrick Carney (Black Keys) – has just released a new video for “Just Landed”.

The video for the lead track off Sad Planets’ debut album “Akron, Ohio” – out April 19th, on Tee Pee Record – features J Mascis on lead guitar.

Watch the music video for “Just Landed” below.

Crows release new music video for “Wednesday’s Child”

Off the back of supporting IDLES on their sell-out UK tour and the release of their acclaimed debut album “Silver Tongues” on Balley Records, Crows release the final video from “Silver Tongues” today in the form of “Wednesday’s Child”.

A wide-scale production on the theme of possession, it only accelerates the song’s intensity even further, with the director Sam Taylor saying the following about his involvement: