2021

Volbeat to release new studio album “Servant of the Mind” on December 3rd 2021

The wait is finally over. Today, multi-platinum Danish band Volbeat announce the release of their eighth studio album, “Servant of the Mind”, on December 3rd, 2021, via EMI Records.
 
For “Servant of the Mind”, the band - Michael Poulsen (guitars/vocals), Jon Larsen (drums), Rob Caggiano (guitars) and Kaspar Boye Larsen (bass) - took their signature heavy metal, psychobilly, and punk ‘n’ roll sound up a notch while showcasing Poulsen’s keen ability for songwriting and storytelling.
 

No Bragging Rights to release new self-titled EP on December 3rd 2021

Today, California based hardcore outfit No Bragging Rights announce their self-titled EP with the release of their adrenaline fulled new track “Breaking Point”. After an extended hiatus the band has returned with the first new music released since 2014’s acclaimed album “The Concrete Wall”.

Dperd to release new studio album “Monsters” on December 10th 2021

Dark Wavers Dperd unveil some of the aspects of their new album “Monsters”. It will be released on December 10th, 2021, and now you can see the intriguing cover realized by the great German photographer Lilith Terra, which amazing self-portrait perfectly describes the concept of decadence and isolation behind the melancholy of Dperd’s music.

Weedpecker to release new studio album “IV: The Stream of Forgotten Thoughts” on December 3rd 2021

The vanguard of the Polish psychedelic heavy rock scene returns with a brand new album! Continuing to defy expectations and challenge what it means to be a “stoner” band, Weedpecker have crafted a new masterpiece: Their forthcoming album, entitled  “IV: The Stream of Forgotten Thoughts”, is set to be released on December 3rd, 2021, through Stickman Records.

Emma Ruth Rundle announces February 2022 European Headlining Tour

Emma Ruth Rundle’s latest single “Blooms of Oblivion” intimately reflects on an experience that was too big for her as a child - “Down at the methadone clinic we waited / hoping to take home your cure / The curdling cowards, the crackle of china / you say that it’s making you pure”, she sings. For anyone that’s endured trauma and grief, there’s a beautiful solace in hearing Rundle articulate and humanise that particular type of pain not only with her words, but with her unique mysterious language of melody and timbre.