Category Archives: New Music

Here’s what From First to Last with Periphery’s Spencer Sotelo sounds like

Posted by on November 24, 2014

From First to Last hasn’t released a new album since 2010′s Throne to the Wolves. Since then, they’ve reformed without onetime vocalist Sonny Moore, who’s been busy with his own project as Skrillex. In his place is Periphery vocalist Spencer Sotelo, and while he’s got his own thing happening with Periphery, he’s stated that he’ll remain […]

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Get ready for more Cloudkicker

Posted by on November 24, 2014

One man studio project Ben Sharp, better known as Cloudkicker, is pretty prolific. He’s consistently released at least one EP or album a year, and just last week the result of his first ever tour, Live With Intronaut, was released on Century Media. However, he’s announced that there will be new music coming from Cloudkicker, and we’re […]

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PelleK debuts new song, starts up PledgeMusic to fund new album ‘Cloud Dancers

Posted by on November 21, 2014

Norwegian singer/songwriter Per Fredrik “PelleK” Åsly today released a music video for the title track of his upcoming album, Cloud Dancers, which is to be self-released this late this December. He always started up a PledgeMusic to fund the album by taking pre-orders, which is currently at 27% with 14 days left to pledge. Pre-Order […]

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Listen to a heavy, unreleased Soundgarden song

Posted by on November 20, 2014

Soundgarden’s last album before their 14 year hiatus, Down on the Upside, wasn’t their best work. It wasn’t bad, but after the hat trick of Louder Than Love, Badmotorfinger and Superunknown, it was a bit of a letdown. One of the main issues was that it wasn’t all that heavy of an album. With their rarities compilation, Echo of Miles: […]

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Listen to a new Periphery song right now!

Posted by on November 20, 2014

With two albums coming out next year, Periphery have shared a song from the first, Juggernaut: Alpha. “The Scourge” is a little less heavy than most of their previous work, but it does pick up in the latter half of the album. Interestingly enough, while the song streaming is a little over four minutes long, when […]

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