Thrice have released a brand new song, “Black Honey". The track is taken from their comeback album, To Be Everywhere Is To Be Nowhere, due to drop May 27th on Vagrant, pre-orders now!
Check out the new track below!
Rob Zombie has dropped the official video for his latest release “In the Age of the Consecrated Vampire We All Get High”. It is a simple visual of him and his band rocking our between large lighted letters that read 'GET HIGH', emphasizing the songs theme.
“I always loved the way Elvis looked on his comeback special standing in front of a giant ‘ELVIS’ sign. So I figured let’s do that, but instead of my name it will say ‘GET HIGH.’ It’s a simple message for everyone,” Zombie told Rolling Stone.
Check it out below and tell us what you think in a comment!
Volbeat have announced the release of their sixth studio album Seal the Deal & Let’s Boogie, on June 3 via Republic Records. Listen to the albums first single "The Devil's Bleeding Crown" below!
“After months writing and recording, we’re thrilled to finally be able to unleash Seal The Deal & Let’s Boogie into the world. Play it loud!” says frontman Michael Poulsen, excited for the upcoming release.
Good Charlotte have premiered their first single from their forthcoming comeback album, "40 Oz. Dream,".
"For us '40 Oz. Dream' was the perfect song to kick off our new album. It's got all the sarcasm and humor we've always loved, and lots of affection for the past and present. As a band that formed in 1996, it's a fun moment to be welcomed back so warmly. We're very happy to have found our place in 2016," Benji Madden told Rolling Stones.
The video was directed by the Madden Twins' brother Josh.
Check out the nostalgic video below and tell us what you think!
Danny Worsnop, form Asking Alexandria and current We Are Harlot frontman, has just released a new solo video "I Got Bones". The song is featured on Worsnop's upcoming debut solo album, The Prozac Sessions, due later in the year.
"[The solo album has] still got some of that typical snotty flair going. I'm still, for the most part, singing the blues. But I went into it with country in mind. I've always loved country. In England, I grew up as a country boy. I was in a small village of two hundred people. The lifestyle goes hand in hand with the music all over the world. [But writing] it just never crossed my mind. Obviously, of late, I've made a lot of life changes, where I'm exploring new things. So it seemed like an appropriate time. I had some time off, I was jamming on the guitar and I had some ideas, and I was, like, 'Fuck it, let's take this and run," Worsnop told Alternative Press.
Check out the video below and tell us what you think of Danny Worsnop's new 'country' vibe!
Forever Still have just released the brand new music video for their latest single "Break the Glass" from their debut album Tied Down.
Check it out below and read our full album review here!