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Scott Stapp live in Orlando, Florida 2019

First up to take the stage at the Hard Rock Live was California’s Sunflower Dead. This hard rocking band has been building steam with three albums that have been successively better than the previous release. Having toured with bands like Hellyeah, In This Moment, and Korn they have definitely learned from their tour mates. Having decided to ditch the makeup and theatrics that used to be one of their trademarks and concentrate on just the music proved to be a wise move as their latest release “C O M A” is a strong effort.

Elizabeth The Second to release debut EP “Two Margaritas at the Fifty Five” on November 9th 2019

Rock power trio Elizabeth The Second present their first single “No One Cares”. Loaded with swagger and spunk, this rhythmically pounding piece focuses on Camden with a vintage atmosphere - the perfect soundtrack for a night out on the town.

Elizabeth The Second are Ben Moro (guitar and vocals), Michele Venturini (bass guitar) and Luca Gallato (drums). Their music is influenced by The Clash, Blur, The Libertines, Artic Monkeys, Nirvana and The Stone Roses.

The Grand Mal to release self-titled debut album on October 18th 2019

PF Records is thrilled to announce the signing of Oxford-based heavy hitters The Grand Mal, and with it the release of their self-titled debut album this October.
 
Featuring twin brothers Ryan and Elliot Cole from rising stoner metal behemoths Desert Storm, the decision to back this promising new project was a “no-brainer” according to Andrew Field; peddler of some of the UK’s finest rock/metal underground albums in recent memory on his Manchester-based label.
 

Scott Stapp - The Space Between the Shadows

After taking some 6 years to take care of his personal issues and overcome them, Scott Stapp, the Grammy winning songwriter and Creed frontman, is back with his new solo release. “The Space Between the Shadows” is the most inner and personal album, lyric wise, that Scott has released to this day. It deals with various issues that the songwriter has been dealing for years now and it offered him a catharsis that he so much need in the end.

Scott Stapp reveals visualizer video for new single “Gone Too Soon”

Today, Scott Stapp revealed “Gone Too Soon”, the final advance track from his first album in six years, “The Space Between the Shadows” (Napalm Records). Thus far, radio single, “Purpose for Pain”; “Name” about the cycle of abuse and abandonment; and uplifting rocker “Face of the Sun,” have been revealed to fans, who have responded to the tune of 3 Million plays across global, cross-platform, streams, and socials.