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Tropical Fuck Storm to release new studio album “Braindrops” on August 23rd 2019

Tropical Fuck Storm, the off-kilter, avant-psych Australian outfit, release their sophomore album, “Braindrops”, on August 23rd, 2019, via Joyful Noise Recordings.

“I’ve invented fake news as a genre of music”, TFS singer/songwriter Gareth Liddiard states on the new album. “Braindrops” overflows with compelling sounds and visions that reflect the often dark and fractured reality of life on planet Earth as we hurtle toward environmental and social decay at a frighteningly rapid clip.

HR to release new solo album “Give Thanks” on October 18th 2019

Paul “HR” Hudson is best known as the front man of the iconic punk band Bad Brains, formed in 1979. With unprecedented speed and precision, Bad Brains took the Washington, DC music scene by storm and quickly became the most influential band in American punk history, breaking down cultural barriers and creating emotionally charged music centered on the message of maintaining a positive mental attitude (PMA). This concept of PMA continues to inspire HR’s fans.

The New Roses to release new studio album “Nothing but Wild” on August 2nd 2019

German Hard Rockers The New Roses are back to climb the rock Olympus with their fourth studio album “Nothing but Wild” on August 2nd, 2019!

After successful live appearances all over the world, lately opening for KISS, and the invitation to tour with the legendary Scorpions in summer, the four-piece, centered around vocalist/guitarist Timmy Rough is ready to deliver the long awaited follow up for “One for the Road” (2017), which hit the top 20 in Germany.

Berwanger releases music video for new single “When I Was Young”

Kansas City’s Berwanger (Josh Berwanger of Radar State, The Only Children, The Anniversary) is debuting a new song and music video of his just-announced new full-length “Watching A Garden Die”, out June 28th, 2019, on Wiretap Records.

Watch the video for “When I Was Young” below.

The track also features Jay Russell and Casey James Prestwood of Hot Rod Circuit on bass and pedal steel, respectively.

Salt River Shakedown releases new single “Numb”

Dispatching slamming rock thrusts and engaging hooks with stout muscular riffs, Salt River Shakedown pool from the classic rock groove of Free and Deep Purple and the modern edge of Rival Sons and Audioslave to craft a sound that is unique and engulfing. The Scottish four-piece reveal their new EP, “Road to the Sacred Island”, on Friday 19th July, 2019.