Two decades after bursting onto the scene, Good Charlotte is back with a new single and music video, "Last December."
The new track is the first new music from the band since 2018's Generation RX and comes via the band's new MDDN label. The new video is a time capsule for 2020 reflecting closed venues and a world on pause amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
After a delay caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, The Pretty Reckless will release its new album, Death By Rock and Roll on Feb. 12 via Fearless Records.
The band has stayed busy in recent months with live videos and at-home performances and now the attention has been turned back toward the new album. This week brought the debut of "25," complete with a new music video to go with it. See the clip below.
PRODUCT OF HATE delivers an early Halloween treat with an epic rendition of LIVING COLOUR’s 1988 classic, “Cult of Personality” ahead of the U.S. Presidential election between Donald Trump and Joe Biden. The timeless anthem is just as relevant now as it was upon its original release and the band pays tribute with a version that amps up the rage atop a crushing groove. The cover art is an homage to the original single while the video is an appropriately retro affair that recalls the VHS era of MTV in the late ‘80s/early ‘90s, capturing the band in its rehearsal space for the very first time.
The track was recorded in 2018 during the sessions that would become the band’s second full-length album, next year’s YOU BROUGHT THIS WAR. The band first performed the song live back in 2017.
“We’ve been holding onto this for a little while now,” says frontman Adam Gilley. “With this crazy election going on, it’s truly a year that will go down in history to say the least and with that being said, we felt that there is no better time to release this song than right now. I feel It speaks volumes.”
“I’ve loved this song since the first time I heard it as a kid,” says lead guitarist Geno Rathbone. “I thought Vernon Reid was possessed. I could never understand how he made a guitar sound that way — I still don’t!”
This May, Dropkick Murphys and Rancid will hit the road together for the first time since 2017, for the co-headlining Boston To Berkeley II Tour with special guests Scottish singer-songwriter Gerry Cinnamon (on select dates) and Jesse Ahern supporting. Each night will culminate with Dropkick Murphys and Rancid on stage together for a joint encore.
As was the case on the original From Boston To Berkeley run in 2017, the final band of the night will vary by date, with either Dropkick Murphys or Rancid as the closing act.
This April, Allegaeon will hit the road with Fallujah, Entheos, and Etherius as direct support.
The band comments: "We are very happy to announce 'The Terrestrial Takeover Tour 2020' - a U.S. headliner with support from our amazing friends in Fallujah, Entheos, and Etherius. This lineup is such a total powerhouse of melodic and progressive death metal - we could not possibly be more excited to be taking this beast on the road."
With Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee and Grammy-winning singer and songwriter Ozzy Osbourne's highly-anticipated Ordinary Man out tomorrow, The Prince of Darkness has shared a special clip in advance of the release. But what is Aquaman Jason Momoa doing here?
The greatest tour of 2020 has been announced.
Faith No More and Korn will embark on an epic co-headline North American tour. Produced by Live Nation, the 26-city run kicks off August 7 and winds to a close in St. Louis on September 17.
Daron Malakian and Scars on Broadway, Helmet, Spotlights, and ’68 will appear on select dates.
PRODUCT OF HATE enters a new era with the release of “Euphoria,” the opening track from the band’s forthcoming second album, YOU BROUGHT THIS WAR.
Streaming now via Spotify, YouTube, Pandora, Apple Music, and most digital services, the thunderous new thrasher fades in as it builds to an explosive start which signals a return to action for the band.
“Euphoria” was recorded by Scott Creekmore (Broken Hope, Lionheart) at Mercenary Digital Studios, with mixing and mastering completed by Chris Collier (Korn, Prong, Whitesnake) of CMC21 Productions.
It's time to get heavy with a fresh spin on some DIO classics.
BMG and Niji Entertainment Group Inc. partnered to reissue DIO's 1996-2004 studio albums: Angry Machines (1996), Magica (2000), Killing the Dragon (2002), and Master of the Moon (2004). The new versions feature rare and never-before-released live and studio bonus tracks, newly-remastered by longtime DIO collaborator Wyn Davis with updated artwork from frequent DIO designer Marc Sasso.
On Sept. 27, GRAMMY winner Sturgill Simpson will release Sound & Fury — a Netflix Original Anime Film — alongside a companion album. Set for release via Elektra Records, the new album features 10 new tracks, the first of which, "Sing Along," was released today. Check out the music video by Japanese anime legend Jumpei Mizusaki below...
Clutch covered Howlin' Wolf's "Evil" as the first single in a series of new studio recordings that will comprise the newly launched Weathermaker Vault Series. The new series marks the first new music from the band since the release of the recent Book Of Bad Decisions.
“Evil” was mixed by 6X Grammy Award winner and Clutch collaborator, Vance Powell (Wolfmother, The Raconteurs, Arctic Monkeys).
"We’ve had a good amount of downtime since our last tour. And since the devil finds work for idle hands, we kept ourselves busy by recording some tunes. “Evil” is the first of them, a song we’ve loved for many, many years," says Clutch frontman Neil Fallon
Later this week, Clutch will embark on a tour of European festivals and headline dates, followed by a July 12th-August 4th co-headline US tour with Killswitch Engage that also includes Clutch’s curated Earth Rocker Festival in Inwood WV.
The Raconteurs — Jack White, Brendan Benson, Jack Lawrence, and Patrick Keeler — have unveiled “Bored and Razed,” the latest track from their long-awaited new album, HELP US STRANGER (Third Man Records). See the official lyric video for the track below...
The GRAMMY Award-winning rock band’s third studio LP and first new album in more than a decade, HELP US STRANGER arrives everywhere on Friday, June 21. All digital album pre-orders will be joined by instant downloads of the previously released tracks “Sunday Driver,” “Now That You’re Gone,” “Hey Gyp (Dig The Slowness),” and “Help Me Stranger,” along with new track “Bored and Razed.”
The Raconteurs are celebrating HELP US STRANGER with an epic world tour – North American dates get underway July 4 and 5 with a two-night-stand at Aspen, CO’s Belly Up Tavern. Due to popular demand, additional dates have been added in a number of major markets, including Detroit, Vancouver, Boston, Oakland, New York, and Nashville.