Roadrunner Records’ group KING 810 has debuted the official music video for “devil don’t cry.” The new video celebrates the release of KING 810’s new limited, hand numbered 10” vinyl titled that place where pain lives…. . (more…)
Archive for October, 2015
Tags: bad man, David Gunn, devil don't cry, DJ Drama, King 810, Memoirs of a Murderer, Midwest Monsters 2, Roadrunner Records, RosieMay, that place where pain lives
Tags: Flyleaf, FOLLOWSPOT, Impossible, Lacey, Lacey Sturm, Life Screams, The Fuel Music, The Reason
Three years after amicably parting ways with the Platinum-selling, Grammy-nominated Flyleaf, Lacey Sturm is set to independently release her solo debut, Life Screams, in early 2016 on FOLLOWSPOT Records with The Fuel Music distribution. The first single from this self-produced album, “Impossible,” will debut exclusively on SiriusXM’s Octane (channel 37) at 1 p.m. EST Sunday, Nov. 1, and go immediately into rotation thereafter. On Nov. 6, the single will be available on iTunes, Spotify and Amazon, and it will go to rock radio for adds Nov. 9. (more…)
Tags: All That Remains, Audiotopsy, Devour the Day, HardDrive Live Fallout Tour, Razor & Tie, Sons of Texas, The Order of Things, Tour Dates, We Came as Romans
All That Remains has announced The Order of Things headlining tour starting Nov. 17 and ending Dec. 18. Devour the Day will join as direct support throughout the tour. Also on the bill will be Audiotopsy (featuring members of Mudvayne, Hellyeah and Skrape) embarking on its first ever tour as a band. Rounding out the bill will be Sons pf Texas. Tickets for The Order of Things Tour go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, Oct. 23.
All That Remains continues to tour in support of its latest studio album, The Order Of Things. The band currently is co-headlining the HardDrive Live: Fallout Tour with We Came as Romans. All tour dates are listed below. (more…)
Tags: Detroit, Full Blast Fuckery, HardDrive Live Tour, Music Video, Right to Rise, Wilson
Detroit rockers Wilson have premiered their music video for “Right to Rise” exclusively on VEVO. The anthemic song is off the band’s sophomore album Right to Rise, released via Razor & Tie. The album is available on iTunes, Google Play and Amazon.
The video for “Right to Rise” serves as an ode to Wilson’s hometown. The video features the city’s thriving landmarks and residents. The band explains, “When we wrote the song we wanted to tell a story about the area of the world we live in. After traveling so much the past few years we realize the magnifying glass that the media has put on Detroit has damaged not only our city’s image but more importantly our peoples’ image. We all struggle with life’s weight no matter where we live in this world … Our peoples’ story is not unlike the millions of other people out there put against the wall daily, cast aside as underdogs and thought of as ‘already dead.’ It’s through the struggle to survive in those conditions that we create our strengths. (more…)