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Normandie to release new studio album “Dark & Beautiful Secrets” on February 19th 2021

Stockholm, Sweden’s Normandie have today announced the release of their new album “Dark & Beautiful Secrets” for 19th February, 2021, via Easy Life Records.

Alongside the announce, they have released the impossibly huge & thought provoking “Holy Water”. Watch the video below.

Hands Like Houses to release new self-titled EP on October 23rd 2020

The first body of work since their acclaimed 2018 album “-Anon.”, Hands Like Houses have announced their self-titled EP will be released on Friday October 23rd, 2020, through UNFD globally. After the release of their latest single “Space” in June, the announce comes alongside the reveal of another cut from the EP with the brand new track “The Water”.

Normandie announces Spring 2021 European Headlining Tour

Stockholm, Sweden’s best kept secret Normandie have announced a European tour with Thousand Below and Captives.

Check out all the new dates below. 
European Tour Dates 2021:
12.03.21 Denmark Copenhagen @ Stengade
13.03.21 Germany Hamburg @ Headcrash
14.03.21 Czech Republic Prague @ Rock Cafe
15.03.21 Germany Leipzig @ Naumanns
17.03.21 Hungary Budapest @ Dürer Kert
18.03.21 Austria Vienna @ Viper Room

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.

Zero Theorem to release debut EP “Ataraxis” on May 4th 2018

Blending alternative hard rock with the rhythmic and uncompromising intensity of metal, Los Angeles-based Zero Theorem has drawn early comparisons to Disturbed, Five Finger Death Punch, and Tool.

Since late 2017 their single “Area” has steadily climbed the Active Rock radio charts and has jumped into the Top 35. The song can be heard on key hard rock playlists including Spotify's Rock Hard playlist, Apple Music's Breaking Hard Rock playlist, and Google Play Music's Hard Rock Hotlist Radio channel, among others.  With the release of their EP “Ataraxis” on May 4th, 2018, the band is poised to take the next step to national recognition.

Lonely The Brave announces the departure of vocalist David Jakes

Lonely The Brave are one of Britain’s most successful rock bands of the last few years – with both their debut “The Day’s War” and its follow-up “Things Will Matter” reaching no.1 in the rock charts and a busy touring schedule that on top of several sell-out headline tours has seen them play the mainstage at Reading & Leeds, support Bruce Springsteen & Neil Young and join Biffy Clyro on an arena tour of Europe.

On Sunday evening, David Jakes announced his departure from the group for health reasons.

Dave wrote the following in a handwritten post to fans last night:

Lonely The Brave to release Redux version of “Things Will Matter” on November 10th 2017

Lonely The Brave have been deliberately quiet these last few months, working on new material and reassessing what has come before. This has been all the more noticeable because before then, they had never stopped: last year alone saw them secure a no.1 on the rock chart with their second LP “Things Will Matter”, sell-out a headline tour and play main support on a hugely successful European tour with Biffy Clyro, followed with a thematically linked series of EP’s which have shown the sheer depth of strong material that was available to them around that second record.

Midriff to release new studio album “Decisions” on October 20th 2017

Midriff – three guys from the middle of the Alps are not at all into Dirndl, Lederhosen and Yodeling. The trio, already well known at home in Austria, creates modern Hard Rock songs far away from the classical sex & drugs & rock'n'roll attitude.

Midriff understand perfectly how to impressively demonstrate that their somewhat extraordinary line-up does first and foremost one thing: going off like a rocket, especially live! Over the course of the past years, the band performed all over Europe's club and festival scene and has become a known eye-catcher regarding all things rock.