Crazy Zombie to release debut full-length album “Crystal Reality” on December 18th 2020

Spanish rockers Crazy Zombie are glad to announce the signing with Epictronic for the release of their debut full-length album “Crystal Reality”.

“Crystal Reality” will be available on December 18th, 2020, on all digital platforms worldwide.

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Love And Death announces live streaming show on February 12th 2021

After their recent re-ignition by Brian “Head” Welch (Korn) and Jasen Rauch (Breaking Benjamin), Love And Death have today revealed the official music video for “Down”, their first new music in 8 years and the lead single from their forthcoming second studio album, “Perfectly Preserved”, which is set for release on February 12th, 2021, via Earache Records in the UK and Europe. Check out the video below. announce Pulse of the Maggots Online Fest on November 13th 2020 today announce Pulse of the Maggots Fest, a free online festival sponsored by ESP Guitars and presented by MusiCares, Ernie Ball and Rock Against Racism.

Hosted by’s very own Beez, Ryan J Downey and special guests, Pulse of the Maggots Fest comprises 3 digital stages (the MusiCares stage, Rock Against Racism stage and ESP stage) with performances from 20 of the the most exciting up-and-coming artists.

Five Finger Death Punch announces new guitarist Andy James

Amidst the recent release of their greatest hits compilation, “Decade of Destruction Volume 2”, Five Finger Death Punch confirms it parted ways with guitarist Jason Hook back in February 2020, during the band’s sold out European arena tour. After his recovery from emergency gallbladder surgery at the end of last year, Jason Hook had to leave midway from the band’s tour of Europe to address further complications. 

Fever 333 announces announce new EP “Wrong Generation” and October 2020 Virtual Tour

GRAMMY® Award-nominated activists Fever 333 have shared details of “Wrong Generation”, a brand-new release, which will arrive on October 23rd, 29020, via Roadrunner Records / 333 Wreckords Crew.

Following the tragic murder of George Floyd, Fever 333 vocalist Jason Aalon Butler spent 13 days in the streets as he marched on the frontlines of rebellion in Los Angeles. On the 14th day, he came home and wrote what would become their forthcoming collection, “Wrong Generation”.