Work Of Art - Exhibits

Work Of Art have managed to become a bit of a modern day AOR powerhouse, with their guitarist Robert Sall, in particular, also busy in projects like WET (along side JSS and Erik from Eclipse) and the newly minted Groundbreaker, where he collaborates with FM’s Steve Overland, another cornerstone artist of the genre. With so much on at least one members plate, coming up with a new album took a bit longer than one would normally anticipate.

Work Of Art to release new studio album “Exhibits” on November 8th 2019

Work Of Art have set to release their new album “Exhibits” on November 8th, 2019, via Frontiers Music srl. “Exhibits” has been in the works for more than a year and a half, but will finally get unleashed to the legions of hungry melodic rock fans that this band has enraptured with their first three albums.

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.

Dark Stares to release new studio album “The Lightning Echo” on May 31st 2019

Dark Stares craft a sound that has been favourably compared to the desert soundscapes of Queens Of The Stone Age, the anthems of Muse, and the indie rock and roll of Arctic Monkeys. The band’s new album, “The Lightning Echo”, arrives everywhere on May 31st, 2019.

Prior to this, the Brit alt-rockers have just revealed a new track, “You Know Me”, below.


Hi, guys… it’s been almost 6 years since your previous album. What happened during these four years? Had you been working on the new tracks or what?

State Of Salazar

Hi Marcus, glad to talk to you again. The new album “Superhero” is fascinating as well.
M: Well thank you, that’s very kind of you.
Well, it’s been almost 4 years since your debut. What happened in the meantime and why did it take you so long to release your sophomore album?