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Hot In The City: No Volcano
New imprint Onus Records makes an impressive debut with the latest from this rock four-piece who start the nine-song offering with a song called "Tribute" which may or may not be an homage to the Meat Puppets.

Singled Out: Sweet & Lynch
Sweet & Lynch, the new group featuring Stryper frontman Michael Sweet and former Dokken guitarist George Lynch are releasing their debut album 'Only To Rise' this week. To celebrate we asked Michael to tell us about song of the songs

Backstage Pass: Tonic
Tonic is that band who are currently heard on major radio stations across the globe, still draw major crowds on tour and most importantly still has fun making music and performing.

Singled Out: Dauzat St. Marie's Time Slips Away
Today Mat Dauza from Dauzat St. Marie tells us about the song 'Time Slips Away,' which is a track that comes from their forthcoming EP 'Falling Again'.

Rock Reads: Radio Silence - Issue No. 3
Since it is a serial publication you can think of Radio Silence as a magazine, but it is delivered in paperback book form, which is really thoughtful since most readers will want to keep their copies.

Singled Out: The Kontroversy's Keep Goin'
Today Kevin Sanders from 60s style rockers The Kontroversy tells us about the song 'Keep Goin'' from their brand new album 'Reprise'.

Necrowretch - Even Death May Die
Brief sampler of Necrowretch's 'With Serpents Scourge' in the form of a two-song EP. From France this Necrowretch hails, a vile band whose brand of death metal strikes up similarities to old Death, Grotesque, Autopsy, other acts of sickness.

Singled Out: Regret The Hour's Distance
Today Regret The Hour's lead singer/guitarist Nate McCarthy and drummer Anders Fleming tell us about 'Distance', the first single off their brand new EP, 'The Near and the Far.'

MorleyView Sean Kelly (Author of Metal on Ice)
If you were to assemble, Frankenstein style, the protypical Canadian rocker, surely Sean Kelly would stand at the very top of the list of pieces for the puzzle. In fact, you wouldn't need anybody else.


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AC/DC's 'Big Balls' Remade For NFL Deflategate Controversy

Bumblefoot Addressed Scott Weiland Supergroup Controversy

Paramore Announce Intimate Theater Tour

Rush Trek Likely Their Last Major Tour

The Black Keys Forced To Cancel Tour Due To Injury

Tangerine Dream's Edgar Froese Dead At 70

Def Leppard's Vivian Campbell Hopeful About Cancer Fight

Motley Crue Guitarist Thinks New Rock Bands Are Lacking

Megadeth Offshoot Moving Closer To Album

Peter Frampton and Cheap Trick Announce Coheadlining Tour

Hinder Announce Their Latest Vocalist

Bob Dylan Giving New Album Away To Select Fans

Phil Anselmo To Receive Hometown Honor

Apocalyptica Recruit Scars On Broadway Star For New Album

Queensryche Returning To 1980s Sound On New Album

All-Star Prog Rock Pink Floyd Tribute Album Revisited

Sleeping With Sirens Release New Album Details

We Came As Romans Recording New Album

Fear Factory's Burton C Bell Discusses Album Delay

New Huntress Album Nearing Completion

Blues Pills Releasing Limited-Edition Live Album

Slash, Corey Taylor, John 5 Added To Kirk Hammett's Fear FestEvil

Paul McCartney, Rihanna and Kanye West Release New Song

Chris Brown Victim Of Identity Theft?

Blake Shelton Giving Away Album, Hosts Saturday Night Live

Eminem Releases 'Detroit vs. Everybody' Video

Diplo Talks Taylor Swift Backlash

Kevin Gates Announces The I Don't Get Tired Tour

Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds Announce Album and Tour

Chris Stapleton Previews Forthcoming Solo Album

Train Release 'Bulletproof Picasso' Video

Pharrell To Appear On The Simpsons

Miranda Lambert's New Song 'Roots and Wings' Premieres In Commercial

Wiz Khalifa Remixes Fall Out Boy's 'Uma Thurman'

Chris Brown Goes Samurai For 'Autumn Leaves' Video

The Decemberists Sing About Kim Kardashian on TV

As Katy Perry Prepares For Super Bowl She Holds Puppy Bowl Meeting

Which Harry Potter House Would Ariana Grande Be In?

Jason Aldean Talks Georgia Football

Sofia Vergara Wants To Have 'Really Big' Wedding

Kurt Cobain Documentary Preview Released

RHCP's Chad Smith and Queen's Roger Taylor Tribute Led Zeppelin

Motley Crue Rock Jimmy Fallon

Body Count Release Video For 'Institutionalized'

Napalm Death Release 'Smash A Single Digit' Video

Blind Guardian Release Studio Trailer Video

Bob Dylan Says Old People Should Act Their Age

Enslaved Preview New Album

KISS Preview Japanese Special Edition of KISS 40

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Singled Out: The Aristocrats' Living The Dream
Today supergroup The Aristocrats are releasing their brand new CD/DVD 'Culture Clash Live' and to celebrate we asked Bryan Beller to tell us about the song 'Living The Dream'.

Road Trip: A Visit to the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute
Birmingham, Alabama has a few nicknames. Some affectionately refer to the city as "The Ham," and long ago, back when the area's steel industry was booming, Birmingham became known as "Magic City" because it was growing so fast it was as if it was happening by magic.

MorleyView Kim Fowley Interview Revisited
On Thursday we learned the sad news that acclaimed producer and music icon Kim Fowley had died at the age of 75. Back in late 2012, antiMusic's Morley Seaver did an extensive interview with Kim, which turned out to be one of the most entertaining and informative interviews we have ever published. In tribute to Kim Fowley we are republishing the full interview

Singled Out: Matt MacKelcan's Here's To The Night
Today singer/songwriter Matt MacKelcan tells us about the song 'Here's To The Night' from their new album 'From Where I Stand,' which was released late last year.

RockPile: Poison- Alpha Tiger- Red Jacket Mine
For this edition of Rock Pile, Kevin Wierzbicki gives us the lowdown on the new rock releases including Alpha Tiger's Identity, Poison's ICON 2 and Red Jacket Mine's Pure Delight.

On The Record: David Bowie- The Sharrows- Miles Davis and Gil Evans
Let's go for a spin! Spinning records that is. Here's a look at some tasty new titles available on vinyl including David Bowie's "Sue (Or in a Season of Crime)", The Sharrows' Days of Yore and Miles Davis and Gil Evans' "Blue Xmas" b/w "Devil May Care".

Classics: Virgin Steele - The Marriage of Heaven and Hell - Part 2
The second part of Virgin Steele's rightfully-lauded "The Marriage of Heaven and Hell" epic is not only the finest cut of the group's excellent zenith, but a timeless classic whose obscurity among the herd is unpardonable.

RAM and Portrait - Under Command Split
'Under Command' makes Portrait and RAM go head to head. Both bands on the six-cut split contribute a new song and a cover paying tribute to an idol of their choosing, but also a reinterpretation of a track written and performed by the other group.

Singled Out: Wovenwar (ex-As I Lay Dying)
Wovenwar, the band that features former members of As I Lay Dying, have just launched a new tour and to celebrate we asked singer Shane Blay to tell us about the song 'Death To Rights' from their acclaimed self-titled debut

Battle of the Band: The Kinks
Brothers Ray and Dave Davies have been known to resort to fisticuffs from time to time. This time out the battle is strictly musical as a reissue of the classic Kinks album Muswell Hillbillies dukes it out with the new Dave Davies solo album.

Singled Out: The Penny Serfs' lonely
Today indie rockers The Penny Serfs lead vocalist and guitar player Michael Loy tells us about the song 'lonely' from their brand new album 'Like Eating Glass', which will be released on January 20th

Haken - Restoration
The EP covers a lot of ground in presenting the many angles and motifs of Haken during its run of thirty-four minutes. They are, of course, quite seamless in their collective execution

Motorhead - Stage Fright
This film was shot at a concert in Dusseldorf, Germany back in 2004, long before there were daily worries about whether or not the poor health of front man Lemmy Kilmister would bring an end to the band

Singled Out: The Mangoes' Together (You and I)
Today Tim Morse from the prog-pop duo The Mangoes tells us about the song 'Together (You and I)' which is a single from their self-titled debut album.

MorleyView High Fighter
Mixing stoner-rock with a touch of blues and some hardcore, there is enough variety on High Fighter's new EP to keep you spinning these tracks for the foreseeable future. Morley spoke with vocalist Mona Miluski about the new EP and more.

Remake-Remodel: Bobby Darin- Joni Mitchell- Elvis Presley
Lots of reissues, compilations, box sets and enhanced versions of vintage hit albums came out in 2014. Here are our picks for a handful of good ones including Bobby Darin, Joni Mitchell and Elvis Presley, in case you missed them.

Singled Out: Dave Kilminster (Roger Waters)
Today Roger Waters guitarist Dave Kilminster tells us about the song 'Stardust' from his brand new solo album '...and THE TRUTH will set you free...'

Road Trip Revisited: Star Clippers
The delights of the Caribbean are easy to reach and best explored aboard a small cruise ship like the tall ships operated by Star Clippers, who currently have multiple Caribbean sailings on offer through March.

MorleyView Crobot
One of the most exciting bands Morley has heard in a while is Pennsylvania's Crobot and he recently spoke with singer Brandon Yeagley about the band, their sophomore album 'Something Supernatural', and a lot more!


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