Posts Tagged ‘new releases’

The Offspring are excited to announce the release of a new song called “Coming For You“. A digital single is available now at in MP3/Lossless/FLAC formats and the song is also now available via Itunes, Amazon, Spotify and other digital services. The Offspring will continue to tour worldwide in 2015 starting with an April 4th show in Tempe, AZ (Tickets Here) with more dates to be announced soon. Listen inside now! (more…)

Marduk have launched the video for the title track of their new album Frontschwein. Feuer frei! Frontschwein – the 13th studio album from Marduk and the band’s first solely war-themed album since 1999’s legendary release Panzer Division Marduk was released in Europe this week and set for release in North America on February 10, 2015. Watch the video inside! (more…)



Periphery is streaming their two new albums with Juggernaut: Alpha available via Loudwire and Juggernaut: Omega available via Metal Hammer on Wednesday. The two new albums are set for a Jan. 27 release via Sumerian Records. Listen to Juggernaut: Alpha inside now! (more…)

Halestorm has announced details of its highly anticipated third studio album, Into the Wilde Life, which is set for U.S. release on Tuesday, April 7. Pre-orders are available now. Exclusive physical bundles are available at the band’s official web store,, including a color vinyl version of the LP and an autographed poster.

Halestorm also is set to headline the next installment of the Carnival of Madness, getting underway April 22 at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium and running through May. A fan club presale will begin at 10 a.m. local time Wednesday, Jan. 14, with the general on-sale at 10 a.m. Friday, Jan. 16.  VIP packages will be available. The Pretty Reckless will support Halestorm on all dates. (more…)


In case you’ve been living under a rock, vinyl is back big time. According to the Recording Industry Association of America, 2014 mid-year report, sales of CDs and digital downloads are down. Revenue from streaming services and vinyl album sales are up. Vinyl LP sales increased an impressive 43 percent over 2013, to $146 million. Vinyl sales account for 4.6 percent of total music sales. Signs seem to point to the CD soon becoming extinct the way of the 8-track and cassette tape .

So that brings us to Record Store Day. Record Store Day was conceived in 2007 at a gathering of independent record store owners and employees as a way to celebrate and spread the word about the unique culture surrounding nearly 1400 independently owned record stores in the US and thousands of similar stores internationally. There are Record Store Day participating stores on every continent except Antarctica. Record Store Day is now celebrated the third Saturday every April.

But did you know that Record Store Day has also expanded to Black Friday? This year Black Friday takes place on Friday, November 28th, and while Black Friday isn’t technically “Record Store Day II,” it’s really more of a special release date than a one-day “holiday.” Check out the Black Friday FAQ here.

This year Black Friday will see several rock and metal special releases from the likes of Green Day, Judas Priest, Korn, Mastodon, Metallica and more. So get out to your nearest Record Store and start your Christmas shopping off right. Check out a few of the titles below: (more…)

In This Moment is set to release its new album, Black Widow on Tuesday, November 18, but you can hear it in its entirety before the release, as the band is currently streaming the album in full via Soundcloud. Listen to it here now. (more…)

Machine Head, 2014

Machine Head have made their entire Bloodstone & Diamonds album available for streaming. Listen now after the jump. The band’s Nuclear Blast debut will be released on November 07 (Europe) and November 10, 2014 (N. America/UK) on several physical and digital formats. Pre-order the CD, limited edition mediabook, box set, vinyl or the exclusive premium Machine Head guitar edition via this link.

Bloodstone & Diamonds was produced by Robb Flynn & Juan Urteaga (Testament, Vile) and masterfully mixed by Colin Richardson (Carcass, Bullet For My Valentine, Slipknot, Behemoth). Additional tracking, editing, and mixing was done with the legendary Andy Sneap (Exodus, Arch Enemy, Megadeth) and Steve Lagudi. (more…)

This October/November, metal icons Arch Enemy will be returning to North American soil to tour in support of their new, critically acclaimed album, War Eternal (review). To celebrate this momentous headlining trek, the band will be releasing a split 7″ with Kreator, who are direct support on the run. Available starting at the Baltimore show on October 23, be sure to purchase this exclusive transparent red 7″ (limited to 500 copies) at the merch table; a dark red 7″ (limited to 500 copies) will also be available on Kreator and Arch Enemy’s European tour, which sees Arch Enemy as direct support. (more…)

Swedish metal stalwarts In Flames released its 11th album, Siren Charms (review) today, and to accompany it they’ve released a brand new lyric video for “Everything’s Gone,” one of the many standouts on the record. Listen inside and go pick up the #1 metal album on iTunes today! (more…)

You_Can't_Stop_Me_(Suicide_Silence)Review by Jeff Maki
Former Suicide Silence vocalist Mitch Lucker’s accident that claimed his life on Halloween night 2012 was tragic and unimaginable for his band and family to endure. Many probably figured it was the end for Suicide Silence and rightfully so. But in the following months, after a grieving period and a tribute show for Lucker, the band announced its intention to continue, ultimately recruiting All Shall Perish frontman Eddie Hermida to “Inherit the Crown.”


rt-mayhemRevolver Magazine has teamed with Razor & Tie to offer you a free download sampler featuring some of the latest tracks from the label’s artists including All That Remains, Protest the Hero, Kyng, Chelsea Grin, Attila, and more. You can check it out, listen, and download inside. (more…)

Overkill has debuted another all new music video for their newest single “Bitter Pill,”  from its seventeenth LP White Devil Armory. The effort is the follow up to the critically acclaimed The Electric Age, released in 2012. Directed by long time collaborator Kevin J. Custer, the video is the fourth time the veteran director has directed an Overkill video including “Armorist,” released most recently.

17 albums for Overkill now? Are you kidding me?! I remember in the late ’80’s/early ’90’s seeing their videos for “Hello From the Gutter” and “Elimination” on MTV’s Headbanger’s Ball. I became a fan back then and needless to say, I’m getting back into this new Overkill music now.

View both new Overkill videos inside and pick up the new release today. (more…)