Category Archives: New Music

Song premiere: Circuitry give five facts about Jersey, premiere song

Posted by on October 20, 2014

As unfortunate as the demise of a band can be, the band (or bands), that spring forth from the ashes of the previous one can be encouraging both for the band members and fans of the previous one. The July 2013 demise of New Jersey progressive death metal band Dark Empire last year meant that guitarist […]

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Slipknot no “Skeptic” on the legacy of Paul Gray

Posted by on October 17, 2014

Today Slipknot releases track #6 from their highly anticipated album, .5: The Gray Chapter, due out October 21st. The new song, “Skeptic,” is “undoubtedly about the band’s fallen bandmate, Paul Gray,” according to Kerrang Magazine. With a line like “the world will never see another crazy motherfucker like you, the world will never know another man […]

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Is this new Attika 7 song their heaviest material to date?

Posted by on October 16, 2014

Attika 7, the band featuring former Biohazard bassist/vocalist Evan Seinfeld and Sons of Anarchy motorcyclist Rusty Coones, are going to be playing the Knotfest next week. With that around the corner, they’ve released a new song, “Darkest Day,” which both their publicist and Seinfeld call their heaviest track ever. The song will be included on the […]

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Listen to the Foo Fighters rip off, er, pay homage to Dio on Something From Nothing

Posted by on October 16, 2014

We’ll say this up front: Dave Grohl seems like a solid dude. Not only does he seem pretty humble despite being in two of the biggest rock bands of the last 25 years, but he has impeccable taste in music, too. Who else would make a record with members of Voivod, Celtic Frost, and Max […]

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CMJ Showcase Spotlight: ’68′s Josh Scogin talks his post-Chariot band

Posted by on October 16, 2014

When ’68 frontman and guitarist Josh Scogin’s last  band, The Chariot, abruptly broke up last year, many wondered what would become of its members. They didn’t have to wait that long to see what Scogin did, which was strip it down to just a two piece, re-emerging as ’68 with their debut album, In Humor […]

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