New Release

Anticipated Albums: Chevelle- Niratias

Chevelle Drops 'Self Destructor' Single, Unveils First 'Niratias' Album  Details - Blabbermouth.net

Chevelle is one of the most under appreciated and underrated bands out there. For over 20 years now, they’ve been one of the most consistent rock bands out there. Now in 2021, Chevelle is gearing up to release their ninth (yes, I said 9th) studio album, Niratias (Out March 5th). The first single and video for “Self Destructor” is out now and it’s a banger for sure. When we can go out and enjoy live music again, I guarantee that when they play this song live, it’s going to kick some major ass.


Chevelle- Self Destructor:

NEW EVERY TIME I DIE!!!!

Every Time I Die released not one but two new songs today and both are absolutely killer. For a band that’s been together for over 20 years, they’ve always been able to grow and evolve in such a way that shows maturity and depth on levels that most bands can only dream of. These two songs are just the tip of the iceberg of what’s to come. “A Colossal Wreck” is classic Every Time I Die, while “Desperate Pleasures” is a more experimental turn but, still the same band you love through and through.


A Colossal Wreck:


Desperate Pleasures:

New Release: Liam Gallagher- All You’re Dreaming Of

Liam Gallagher – “All You're Dreaming Of” - Stereogum

Ever since Liam Gallagher released his debut solo album As You Were in 2017, I’ve been hooked. Both of his solo albums As You Were and Why Me, Why Not are tremendous and great rock albums. They also solidify Liam as one of the best frontmen and singers. This past week, Liam released a new single, “All You’re Dreaming Of.” It’s a very sentimental song and features some very deep words from Liam. There is definitely a John Lennon inspiration on this song and it’s done so well. I’ve included a live version of the song and it’s truly wonderful!

Liam Gallagher- All You’re Dreaming Of (Studio Version):


Liam Gallagher- All You’re Dreaming Of (Live Version):

New Music Friday

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There are quite a few awesome singles and albums being released today. Another Friday with something for everyone musically. New tunes from The Smashing Pumpkins, Run The Jewels, Scour, the new Killer Be Killed album and a few more that you’ll dig.

The Smashing Pumpkins- Dulcet In E:


The Smashing Pumpkins- Purple Blood:


Scour- Propaganda:


Run The Jewels- No Save Point:

Refused- Black Dog:


Tombs- Under Sullen Skies:


Killer Be Killed- Reluctant Hero:

New Music Friday

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There are a ton of new singles and albums that came out today. Some that will surprise you, some that will make you want to get up and dance, some that will make you think, and some that will make you just simply smile. No matter what though, this new music Friday, has something for everyone.

Rob Zombie- The Triumph of King Freak (A Crypt of Preservation and Superstition):


Deftones- Knife Party (Puirty Ring Remix):


The Smashing Pumpkins- Wyttch:


The Smashing Pumpkins- Ramona:



Scour- Doom:

Gone Is Gone- Breaks:


Fact Pattern- Generating Keys:


Nothing- The Great Dismal:


Stabbing Westward- Hallowed Hymns:

New Release: Ken Andrews- Sword and Shield

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The renowned Ken Andrews, of the very amazing Failure, Year of the Rabbit and ON, as well as being an acclaimed producer and mixer has released the five-song What’s Coming EP via Red Swan Records. The EP arrives with a video for the first single “Sword and Shield,” which is a pointed rebuke of the current President of the United States and Andrews’ first ever politically-infused social commentary via song.


Ken Andrews- Sword and Shield:


Buy the EP:

Listen to the EP:


Apple Music:

https://music.apple.com/us/album/whats-coming-ep/1536806313

Spotify:


https://open.spotify.com/album/2MtKaIaXZgok297WbkwKkF?si=J7bZGMuiQD2Gu6mVg7XTCw

Anticipated Albums: Sevendust- Blood and Stone

Sevendust’s new album Blood and Stone arrives this Friday, October 23rd. While it’s definitely been a very interesting year to say the least, at least we still have new music coming out. This new Sevendust album, is shaping up to be a pretty rockin one. The two songs released so far, “Blood From A Stone” and “Dying To Live,” both have a return to the early days kind of sound a la Animosity mixed with a little Seasons and some Cold Day Memory vibes. Sevendust have been one of the hardest working bands since they broke on the scene over 20 years ago. This new album, shows their commitment to the fans to keep being creative and releasing new tunes.

Blood From A Stone:



Dying To Live:


New Release: Architects- Animals

Architects Return With Huge New Single, Animals — Kerrang!

Architects have dropped a brand new single entitled “Animals.” This song will be on their upcoming new album, For Those That Wish To Exist. There is no release date for the album at this time but, this song is a banger for sure. This song is a bit of a departure from the last couple of Architects albums but, it shows a growth and adds some more elements to their already heavy sound.

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New Release: Killer Be Killed- Dream Gone Bad

KILLER BE KILLED - Dream Gone Bad (OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO) - YouTube

Well, Killer Be Killed have done it yet again. “Dream Gone Bad,” the second single released from their upcoming album Reluctant Hero, is one hell of a jam. And the video, directed by Jim Louvau & Tony Aguilera is quite trippy and totally fits with the song. The trade off vocals between Troy Sanders and Greg Puciato are stellar as well. This album is defintely shaping up to be one of the best of 2020.

Killer Be Killed- Dream Gone Bad:


Deconstructing Self-Destruction:


Album Review: Greg Puciato- Child Soldier: Creator of God

When an artist goes solo, the results can tend to be so full of expectations that, when you finally hear it, it can bit underwhelming but, that’s not the case with Greg Puciato’s solo album. What has been unleashed on this record, is an album that encapsulates every aspect of what Greg has done and unveils a few new twists and turns you might not expect. Child Soldier: Creator of God is an album that is no holds barred and lets true artistry stand out.


Through the 15 tracks and 65 minutes of this record, there is something for everyone who is a fan of Greg and what he’s done, be it in The Dillinger Escape Plan, The Black Queen or his guest appearances. Each song takes on a life of its own as well. There are times when the album feels a bit disjointed but, in actuality, it’s really not. The way the songs are placed and the flow of it, takes you, the listener, on a very distinct journey through the inner workings of what is in Greg’s mind.


Part of what makes this album stand out is the diversity of the songs. There are the moments that are ambient and etherial and then there are those that are straight up in your face hard rocking songs. There is absolutely no compromise when it comes to either of those things on this record. Just when you think it’s going to go one way, you get taken a different route and the end result is astonishing. Another thing about this album that provides a sonic punch is the use of different drummers. Having Chris Hornbrook, Ben Koller and Chris Pennie hitting the skins on this album you get a different pulse behind certain songs the provides another layer to the depth of these songs. Also worth noting is the production and mixing on this record. Nick Rowe’s production and assistance on these songs is just what was needed. And the mix by the legendary Steve Evetts is damn near flawless. You can really feel the grittiness and nuances that are meant to come across.

Having been a fan of Greg’s for quite some time, this album really showcases what a true talent he really is. Having an outlet like this and not being confined by a style or genre has really allowed Greg to find his own way. The moment you put this album on till it ends, it will engulf you with so many different feelings. I wish I could pin point certain songs for you to check out but, that wouldn’t do this album justice. It’s an album through and through. The beauty of an album like this is that there is so much to delve into. The more you listen, the more you find new things to love about it. This year has been a very interesting one for sure with so many moments that leave you shaking your head but, one thing is for sure, this album, is one of the bright spots of the whole year.

Overall Rating= A

Greg Puciato- Child Soldier: Creator Of God: