Ozzy Osbourne has unveiled new single ‘Under The Graveyard’ which is the first glimpse at his upcoming new album ‘Ordinary Man’ and is his first new music in nearly a decade.
The new album will be the follow-up to 2010’s ‘Scream’ album. ‘Ordinary Man’ is scheduled for release early 2020 via Epic Records.
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Italian alt metal superstars Lacuna Coil have released an Amazon Original song titled “Bad Things.” The track is only available to stream and purchase on Amazon Music.
Listen to Lacuna Coil’s “Bad Things [Amazon Original]”
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“The spookiest time of the year is approaching, the magic night when pumpkins glow by moonlight!” says Andrea Ferro of Lacuna Coil. “Halloween is known as the end of summer and the start of winter, a season associated with darkness and frigid weather.
We have decided to celebrate the fact that we will be the first Italian artists to create an Amazon Original Track with an appropriately themed song called ‘Bad Things.’ The song has a unique horror vibe perfect for the last day of October, when the boundary between the living and the dead becomes blurred.”
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Upon the release of their self-titled debut-album MASS WORSHIP from Stockholm are unleashing a brand new video clip that was directed by their close friend Jakob Arevärn, check out “Proleptic Decay” here: https://youtu.be/LQDpRiKwNdg
The band comments: “’Proleptic Decay’ deals with the arrogant, collective tendency to exploit everything and everyone to the point of destruction — a behavior as absurd and meaningless as the world around us.”
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Columbus, OH – Like Moths To Flames have dropped a brand new single, “Smoke and Mirrors” showcases the metalcore giants’ ability to balance melodic clean vocals along with intricate guitar licks, non-stop drum patterns and heavy-hitting bass lines while sharing personal stories through their lyrics.
“Very excited to release our second single! I think this kind of picks up where ‘Nowhere Left To Sink’ left off” shares vocalist Chris Roetter on the new single. “Capturing the same vibe for me lyrically it’s about the inner struggles of dealing with mental hurdles and obstacles that feel unavoidable, while ultimately being at fault. The song is a great blend of old and new Moths, capturing a lot of the old sound while still showcasing some of the other elements we are trying to implement within the music.”
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Japanese dance-metal sensation BABYMETAL has released their third LP METAL GALAXY via earMUSIC.
To celebrate, the band will be playing a sold-out Los Angeles show this evening at The Forum where they are bringing their huge, Japanese arena production to North America for the first time. The show is one of the final shows in a month-and-a-half long US tour. The band will continue their world domination as they head back home for their sold-out arena tour in Japan in November and European headline dates to follow in 2020. Find full live dates here.
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Airbourne have released ‘Backseat Boogie’, the second single from their forthcoming studio album, Boneshaker. Listen here .
Airbourne frontman, Joel O’Keeffe, divulges, “The riff, this is one of those ones where Cobb [producer] walked out and said ‘What are you playing there?’ and I was ‘ah, I’m just playing this riff, it’s this riff I had in Australia, it’s got a bit of a vibe, I’m not sure.’ He goes, ‘Aw man, we gotta do that one’ and he got behind the drums and picked up Ryan’s drumsticks and said ‘oh man, how does he play with these things, these things are baseball bats,’ and it was just really funny, and Ryan jumped on the kit, and we tracked it right then and there. “ Continue reading Airbourne have released ‘Backseat Boogie’, the second single from their forthcoming studio album, ‘Boneshaker’