Riot Fest announces an unbelievable 2023 line-up, featuring headliners Foo Fighters, The Cure, The Postal Service, Death Cab for Cutie, and Queens of the Stone Age. This stellar array of top-billed talent will be rounded out by Turnstile, The Mars Volta, Mr. Bungle, Tegan and Sara, 100 Gecs, The Gaslight Anthem, Death Grips, AFI and dozens of other fan favorites.
Founded in 2005, Riot Fest has presented nearly 20 years of incredible musical performances, exclusive reunions, and more-including freak shows, Lucha Libre, panel discussions and late night shows, creating unique annual weekend experiences in one of the world's greatest cities. For 2023, along with the return of carnival rides and last year's hugely popular wedding chapel, Logan Arcade will be on hand with free vintage arcade games, hosted by Riot Pop!!. (continue)
(hennemusic) Greta Van Fleet is sharing pro-shot video of the live debut performance of "Meeting The Master", from a March 24 show at the Honda Center in Anaheim, CA.
"Anaheim saw the first glimpse into the world of 'Starcatcher' with a surprise performance of 'Meeting The Master,'" says the band. "Now, we'd like to share that special moment with the world." (continue)
John Mellencamp is gearing up to release his much-anticipated album Orpheus Descending. Today, he shares another taste from the LP with new song "The Eyes Of Portland."
Orpheus Descending will now be released June 16 via Republic Records. Produced by Mellencamp and recorded at his own Belmont Mall Studio, marks Mellencamp's twenty fifth studio album. One of his most personal records to date, standout tracks "Hey God" and "The Eyes of Portland" focus on social issues Mellencamp continues to passionately advocate for. (continue)
In honor of the 6th anniversary of Chris Cornell's passing, renowned vocalist Paulie Z will be hosting an exclusive livestream on his official Facebook page, featuring his all-star tribute band Seasons Of Cornell, on Thursday, May 18 from 6 PM PT to 8 PM PT.
During the two-hour broadcast, Paulie Z will be debuting 18 never-before-seen, fully-produced, live videos from the 2022 Seasons Of Cornell tribute show, including songs from Soundgarden, Audioslave, Temple Of The Dog, and Cornell's solo career. In between performances, Paulie Z will be providing viewers with behind-the-scenes commentary and interacting live with fans watching online. (continue)
The final album from revered Canadian singer-songwriter Gordon Lightfoot, who passed away on May 1, 2023, at age 84, simply entitled At Royal Albert Hall will be released on July 14th, via Linus Entertainment, the Canadian independent label that released Lightfoot's last studio album with his band, Harmony, in 2004.
Recorded live in concert in London England at the prestigious Royal Albert Hall on May 24, 2016, the double album set is an unembellished live mix of that night's performance, without edits, overdubs, remixing, or re-sequencing. It captures every song performed in the order they were played, right down to the encore, by Gordon and his band - Rick Haynes on bass, Barry Keane on drums, Mike Heffernan on keys, and Carter Lancaster on guitar. It features Lightfoot's best-known hits, and songs never previously appearing on a live album, including "The Watchman's Gone", "Sea of Tranquility", "Now And Then", "All The Lovely Ladies", "Drifters", "Beautiful", "Did She Mention My Name", "Sweet Guinevere", "Never Too Close", "Don Quixote", "Minstrel of the Dawn", "I'd Rather Press On" and "Waiting For You". (continue)
Oxbow recently announced the arrival of their first new music in six years with the forthcoming release of Love's Holiday (July 21, Ipecac Recordings). The band share their second single, and video, from the forthcoming collection with today's release of "Icy White & Crystalline".
Directed by Northern Irish filmmaker Kiran Acharya, the video for "Icy White & Crystalline" shows OXBOW as you've never seen them before, performing in San Francisco on the disused set of The Snow Queen. The video not only captures the band's ferocious live energy, but literally shows them in a new light. "'Icy White & Crystalline' is about as spontaneous as filmmaking can be," says Acharya. "We had many ideas on the go, including an abstract graphic approach inspired by the work of Josef Albers, but Eugene found the set of The Snow Queen with 24 hours to go and said 'this is the place.' We loaded in, set it up as live, strapped an icicle to the microphone and went for it." The result speaks to OXBOW's formidable reputation as performers, showcasing one of the most direct songs on Love's Holiday. Neither the band nor director knew how things would turn out, joking that they ended up with something like "'Shiny Happy People,' directed by David Lynch." (continue)
Slipknot and Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor has revealed details for his new solo studio album, CMF2, including the release of the electrifying new single, "Beyond," with the album arriving on September 15th.
The official video supporting the single, as premiered by Rolling Stone, was shot at a remote location within California's Mojave Desert. Captured through the lens of director Dale "Rage" Resteghini (Hatebreed, Five Finger Death Punch, Trivium), the video finds Taylor trudging around the desert as a musing Uncle Sam intermingling with members of the band and the Cherry Bombs - all the while being surrounded by different versions of himself from through the years - before culminating as a live performance for a mass of fans in the round. (continue)
Music Midtown returns bigger than ever in 2023 with three days of music featuring headliners P!nk, Guns N' Roses, Billie Eilish, Flume, The 1975 and Lil Baby along with mesmerizing performances from J.I.D, Pitbull, Thirty Seconds to Mars, Incubus, Niall Horan, and many more.
Taking place September 15-17 at Atlanta's Piedmont Park, Music Midtown will feature more than 40 artists across four stages to bring three days of music spanning across generations and genres. (continue)
Dance Gavin Dance have today announced "The Jackpot Juicer US Tour" which will be hitting 27 cities across the US to accompany their upcoming album of the same name. The tour will feature support from SiM, Rain City Drive, and Within Destruction.
Tickets will be available starting with Citi and Artist pre-sales beginning today. Additional pre-sales will run throughout the week ahead of the general on-sale beginning Friday, May 19 at 10 AM local time at DanceGavinDanceBand.com. (continue)
Los Angeles-based heavy metal powerhouse Butcher Babies have dropped a new single, "Red Thunder," which explores the band's darker side by leaning into their thrash/djent roots with an explosive guitar solo.
The single was release this past Friday, May 12, across digital platforms. An accompanying music video for "Red Thunder" will be premiered via the band's YouTube channel today, May 13 at 12 P.M. (PT), followed by a live Q&A chat with the ban (continue)
The new sonic chapter for Make Them Suffer continues in 2023, with the Perth metalcore outfit unveiling the ravenous new single "Ghost Of Me," out now via SharpTone Records.
A high-octane outing injected with ferocious energy and a sharp balance between heavy guitars and soaring choruses, "Ghost Of Me" echoes and advances the vibrant new Make Them Suffer sonic territory previously witnessed on the band's explosive 2022 single "Doomswitch." (continue)
Roadwolf have revealed their third single and title track, "Midnight Lightning", cut from their thrilling second album and Napalm Records debut, 'Midnight Lightning', out this Friday, May 19, 2023.
The title track brings out Roadwolf's heavy metal prowess with soaring vocals and scorching guitar solos, reminiscent of Judas Priest. Join the band on this electrifying ride, bolting like strikes of lightning as the clock strikes midnight. ROADWOLF is guaranteed to get the crowd head banging and moshing in frenzy with this powerful new single, accompanied by a pulse-pumping official music video. (continue)
A groundbreaking new music video has been released by emerging hard rock band Who On Earth, marking a significant moment in the evolution of music and art.
The music video for their latest single, "Watch The Fires Burn", was entirely generated by artificial intelligence (AI) technology. Utilizing cutting-edge algorithms and deep learning models, the video was created without any human intervention, demonstrating the potential for AI to play a major role in the creation of art. (continue)
Canadian singer-songwriter Liam Barrack recent released his Ryan Worsley produced single "Bulletproof". We asked him to tell us about the track to celebrate. Here is the story:
This song started with me reflecting upon the barriers we put up between ourselves and others. For many of us, it's common to compare ourselves to those around us, and feel as though the things and people that we want are out of our reach. We think to ourselves that to get what we want requires something we lack, so we desperately fight what feel like pointless battles. (continue)
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