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Category Archives: New Music

Queens of the Stone Age share their ‘satanic dance ritual’ in “The Way You Used To Do” video

Posted by on August 16, 2017

Queens of the Stone Age recently shared a teaser for an upcoming music video featuring Josh Homme’s dancing capabilities. Today (16), the official video has been unleashed exclusively on Apple Music. The brand new “The Way You Used To Do” music video directed by Jonas Åkerlund is taken from their upcoming seventh studio album Villains, […]

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Anti-Flag release new song in wake of Charlottesville violence

Posted by on August 15, 2017

Anti-Flag have released a new song, “Racists,” in the wake of the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia. It’s the first we have heard from these punk rock legends since 2015’s American Spring and we don’t know if this could mean a new album is on its way. The band released the following statement: “We stand in […]

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Converge to release new album in November, hear new song now!

Posted by on August 15, 2017

Converge have unveiled details on their ninth studio album, The Dusk In Us, which will be released on November 3rd via Epitaph and Deathwish. The LP was mixed by Kurt Ballou at his studio, Godcity Studios in Massachusetts. The Dusk In Us will feature more of an avant-garde direction along with their classic style. To celebrate […]

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Dead Cross played a new song already

Posted by on August 14, 2017

Dead Cross’ debut album just came out about a week ago, but for a band that just played their first show last week and has a debut album that clocks in at under 30 minutes, they’ll need to play more than just their entire album to keep a crowd entertained. The group, consisting of Mike […]

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Vattnet returns with the sweeping “Better Ghost”

Posted by on August 11, 2017

If you were a big fan of Vattnet Viskar, perhaps you might only like them half as much after they’ve dropped the “Viskar” from their name. Also dropped was much of the black metal leanings of the band, who showed some signs of going into more of a post-rock direction with their sophomore album, 2015’s Settler. […]

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