Incubus have announced that they will be heading to the UK and Europe this summer for a round of 16 live dates. They will be kick things off at the Pukkelpop Festival in Belgium on August 17th and finish at the Bord Gais Energy Theatre in Dublin on September 11th. The band had this to say, "To our friends in Europe! We are coming to see you later this year when we embark on our 2018 European headline tour! Cant wait to see you all soon!" See the dates here
The "Fabulous" Forum in Inglewood, Ca honored the second anniversary of Prince's death by lighting up the iconic venue in his trademark color of purple during the sold-out KDAY Krush Groove on Saturday, April 21.
Bullet For My Valentine have released a new music video for their track "Over It." The song comes from their forthcoming album "Gravity." Watch the Stuart Birchall directed clip here
Ronnie James Dio's widow Wendy presented one of her late husband's rings to another legendary metal vocalist, Judas Priest's Rob Halford. Wendy, who was also Dio's manager, had this to say, "This was a ring I bought Ronnie when he first joined Black Sabbath, it has a cross on it. Rob was such a good friend of Ronnie's I thought he should have it. We had a great time at the show." See the social media post with a photo here
The Black Dahlia Murder have released a music video for their song "Kings of the Night World" which was directed by Marshall Wieczorek. The song comes from the group's latest album "Nightbringers." Watch it here
Def Leppard guitarist Vivian Campbell's band Riverdogs gave a
one off live performance at the first annual Frontier Records Holiday Bash in Los Angeles last December which marked the band's first live performance since 2004. A documentary from award winning filmmaker Sebastien Paquet has just been released. Check it out here.
God Is An Astronaut streaming their new album "Epitaph ahead" of its official release this Friday (April 27.) All seven tracks can be heard here
W.E.T., featuring Erik Mårtensson (Eclipse), Jeff Scott Soto (Talisman) and Robert Säll (Work Of Art), have released a music video for their song "Kings On Thunder Road" from their latest album "Earthrage." Watch it here
Former Accept singer Udo Dirkschneider's U.D.O. and Dirkschneider has parted ways with guitarist Bill Hudson (Circle II Circle, Trans-Siberian Orchestra). According to BW&BK. "The split is due to a difference in their individual visions for the future, and is without any negative feelings on either side," states a message. "Bill will now concentrate on his new project, while U.D.O. / Dirkschneider decides on a replacement guitarist." Read more here
Light This City are streaming the title track of their first new album in a decade, "Terminal Bloom,", which is set to be released on May 25th. Listen to the new song here
Bif Naked has made her return to her signature rock sound with a new song called "Hot Box Girls". Watch the official lyric video for the track here
Parkway Drive have released a Neal Walters directed clip for their brand new song "Prey." The track comes from the band's forthcoming album, Reverence, which is set to be released on May 4th. Check out the here
My newest single "Bad Girl in heaven, Good Girl in Hell" was the first track I wrote to my EP The Black Rose, releasing May 25th as a visual EP; it is my very first masterpiece. It means a lot to me since it has not been an easy road becoming the artist I am today. With my first EP, I felt that I had to be brutally honest with myself and everybody else. The story is about who I am, who I've been and what I've experienced.
I've always felt like I've lived two lives, I still think I do sometimes. I've always been a very bright person and still am to this day but alone am very dark and I can really feel my pain, the pain of not being accomplished, self misery, failure in love, I can go on and on.
I've always been inspired by the darkness in people and the truth about life. I've secretly been breaking the rules, trying to hide what really amuses me and my art that lives in me because in my eyes I've always seen myself as forbidden, almost forbidden to be extreme and different.
Why so is because I love to give a lot of myself to the listener, expose my deepest secrets and darkest fantasies through provocative images and lyrics. Poetry, film, imagery and my life experiences has been what inspires me. Everything I write has a visual story and I always make sure I incorporate that with my music.
I feel like I have been living hostage in my own body because i know how much I want to do, how much I want to express, show every piece of myself in an extreme way. Now I've come to a point were Ive just had enough and I've told myself I'm allowed to do exactly what I want because I need to make peace with myself, fulfill my inner desires and be free from judgement.
Hearing is believing. Now that you know the story behind the song, listen for yourselfright here!
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