Voodoo Bloo, a powerful NZ based alt-rock act unveil a dark and energetic (part) live performance video to their latest single ‘Her Name Was Human’. Out now via Plastic Groove Records, the track has some notable credentials having been worked on by Gregory Haver (Manic Street Preachers/ Super Furry Animals/Bullet for My Valentine) as mix production adviser.
Anthrax's Charlie Benante has announced a brand new album featuring fourteen tracks and an all-star cast of of the who's who in the thrash, metal, and rock worlds. With all cuts culled from Benante's acclaimed 'quarantine jam video series,' the album is aptly titled Silver Linings and is due out 14th May via Megaforce Records.
Composer Kitt Wakeley has teamed with rock guitar legend Joe Satriani! for new single 'Conflicted'. Written about the "devil and saints" at war in the minds of us all, the track was released on 26th February 2021, and is available to stream or download now.
Adrian Smith and Richie Kotzen have unveiled ‘Running’, the third single to be taken from the eagerly anticipated debut album Smith/Kotzen out on 26th March 2021. A driving, melodic rocker that sees the pair trade off both vocal and guitar licks, it's the third taster to be released from the set.
Louis and the Shakes first made their mark at the start of 2019 with support from the likes of BBC Introducing, Radio X and This Feeling. The four-piece band has since gone back into the studio to create new music, and the first single from the upcoming album of the same name ‘How Badly Do You Want It?’, which was released on 4th March 2021, available across all downloading and streaming services.
Onetime Megadeth man Marty Friedman will release his new studio album Tokyo Jukebox 3 via The Players Club / Mascot Label Group on 16th April 2021. Ahead of this he has also revealed the video of new song 'Makenaide,' which can be seen below.
Former Iron Maiden guitarist and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2021 nominee Dennis Stratton has called on the Maiden faithful to get behind the fan ballot, urging them to ignore past disparaging comments from frontman Bruce Dickinson, and stating simply; “listen, please vote!” Stratton, who called the band’s nomination a “big, big honour”, made his comments in an EXCLUSIVE chat with eonmusic.
EXCLUSIVE: Pantera’s early pre-fame output will never see a rerelease, according to Rex Brown. Calling their four-album glam rock catalogue “[like] looking at your old high school notebooks”, the bassist made the revelation to eonmusic while talking about the just-released ‘Reinventing The Steel’ 20th Anniversary edition.
French / Australian music artist, producer, poet and video creator Benedict Sinister has just released his single ‘Spitting Rhymes From Debbie Harry’, his homage to the Blondie icon, via the Music For Sapiosexuals label. Featuring the shocking lines “When I was dealing with depression / There was nothing better than heroin”; the opening and chorus to the track are a quote from Harry’s recently published autobiography ‘Face It – A Memoir’.
Tomahawk, the rock band featuring Duane Denison (The Jesus Lizard/Unsemble), Trevor Dunn (Mr. Bungle/Fantômas), Mike Patton (Faith No More/Mr. Bungle, etc.) and John Stanier (Helmet/Battles), have announced their return with their first full-length album in eight years. The highly-anticipated 'Tonic Immobility' will be released on 26th March 2021, via Ipecac Recordings.