melodic metalcore

Pridelands to release debut album “Light Bends” on January 14th 2022

Aussie metal quintet Pridelands have revealed new single “The Lake of Twisted Limbs” from their forthcoming debut album, “Light Bends”, that’s due out January 14th, 2022, via SharpTone Records.

Fans can stream the new track here and watch the music video below.

Commenting on the new single, the band states:

Underoath announces Digital Ghost Cinematic Concert on December 3rd 2021

Metal innovators, Underoath, have announced they will be performing their highly anticipated new record “Voyeurist” in its entirety via their Digital Ghost cinematic concert on December 3rd, 2021, in partnership with Moment House. The Digital Ghost event will continue to push further down the path the band blazed in the digital performance space last year with their groundbreaking Observatory event.

SETYØURSAILS to release new studio album “Nightfall” on January 21st 2022

Young, enraged and standing steadfastly against hate – SETYØURSAILS have made a name for themselves by not mincing words in the least while churning out the most brutally catchy anthems around. Now, the band is about to take things to the next level, unleashing their purely addictive second album and Napalm Records debut, “Nightfall”, on January 21st, 2022. “Nightfall” promises a mixture of searing metal, gut-punching hardcore and heartfelt melodic elements, leaving room for surprises at every turn.

Greyhaven to release new studio album “This Bright and Beautiful World” on April 15th 2022

Today, Louisville, KY band Greyhaven returned with their first new music since 2019 with the single “All Candy”. The song marks a new era for the band and comes alongside the announcement of their upcoming album “This Bright and Beautiful World” set for release on April 15th, 2022, via Equal Vision Records. 

Five Finger Death Punch announces Summer 2021 European Tour

Five Finger Death Punch are pleased to announce their first European tour since early 2020. Kicking off at Nova Rock Festival in Austria in June, the award-winning, multi-platinum selling band will perform throughout the continent bringing their incendiary shows to festivals and arenas in 19 cities in 16 countries. Today’s announcement sees a series of headline shows - shown in BOLD below - added to existing festival dates. 

Slipknot announces first ever livestream from Knotfest LA on November 5th 2021

For all the fans around the globe unable to be present as Sliknot perform the biggest headline performance of their career to date, the band have announced today that KNOTFEST LOS ANGELES at the Banc of California Stadium will be streamed LIVE on Friday November 5th. Sliknot’s first ever livestream, the event will allow fans to share all the excitement of a Sliknot gig, both live as it happens, and for a full 72 hours after. Tickets are on sale now at knotfest.veeps.com, priced at a disco