alternative rock

Wolfhounds to release new studio album “Electric Music” on July 3rd 2020

London-based C86 legends Wolfhounds have announced their new album “Electric Music”, set for release on July 3rd, 2020, via A Turntable Friend Records. Ahead of this, they present lead single “Can’t See the Light”, a powerful track that opens fire on side one of the forthcoming record with captivating video by David Janes. Listen to the new track below.

Trapt to release new studio album “Shadow Work” on June 19th 2020

American rock band Trapt has announced that they will release their new record titled “Shadow Work” on June 19th, 2020, via The Label Group/INgrooves.

The band will drop two new singles, “Make It Out Alive” and “Tell Me How You Really Feel” on May 15th and a third single “Far Enough Away” on May 22nd, 2020.

Puscifer releases official video for new single “Apocalyptical”

Puscifer, the Arizona-born, “exceptionally groovy” (Entertainment Weekly) band that Revolver dubbed “Maynard James Keenan’s… indescribable musical/performance-art collective”, release the eerily topical “Apocalyptical” single and video, today.

Watch the video for “Apocalyptical” below. Stream & download the new single here.

Kyros to release new studio album “Celexa Dreams” on June 19th 2020

Following the recent release of their gorgeously energetic single “Rumour”, 80s synth-pop outfit Kyros have revealed “Phosphene”, the brand new video single drawn from the band’s forthcoming studio album, “Celexa Dreams”!

With the album arriving on June 19th, 2020, via White Star Records, Kyros’ latest single offers another look into the full experience, this time with a dense, textural track that adopts a more deliberate pace into deep, ballad-esque territories.

RED - Declaration

Well, I was never the biggest fan of alt/groove/nu/bro metal, with only a few tracks ever catching my fancy – but a genre I’ve also been rather uninterested in is extreme Christian metal. I mean, I’ll take some Stryper or the occasional power/neoclassical white metal bands (Joshua, Golden Resurrection etc.), but I hardly feel like I need spiritual guidance and catechesis.
 

Pearl Jam - Gigaton

It’s almost endearing how the masses will more usually be endeared towards BS, rather than brilliance… but I guess due to timing, circumstance and a strong single, Pearl Jam managed to explode into the public’s consciousness in the early 90s, as part of the grunge rage, which took the rock world by storm then only to implode shortly thereafter. Never managing to outdo their first few albums, the band’s only saved by their work ethic and heavy touring, as they’re one if not the only of their peers who are still alive and going on.