Hard-hitting rock unit Dark Divine has unleashed their engulfing new single “Drown” and announced their signing to Thriller Records. “Drown” marks the group’s first release since their 2022 Halloweentown. The fuel-soaked new single will be featured on the group’s forthcoming debut full-length album excepted to arrive later this year. While “Drown” effortlessly takes the air from your lungs and creates a sinking feeling through the track’s accompanying video, the release is soaked in chugging guitars, a biting vocal delivery by frontman Anthony Martinez, and crashing drums. Read more: Kailee Morgue is Stuck “In My Head” (And She Should be in… Read more »
Black Veil Brides celebrated their 2013 album ‘Wretched And Divine’ in London earlier this year, including a performance of “Lost It All”. This is what it looked like.
In anticipation of their highly anticipated fall co-headlining tour, Black Veil Brides and former HIM frontman Ville Valo (VV) have unveiled their epic, collaborative cover of Sisters Of Mercy’s “Temple Of Love.” The collaboration captures the essence of the original while infusing it with fresh energy that only Black Veil Brides’ Andy Biersack and VV could bring to the table. The haunting melodies and atmospheric instrumentals create a mesmerizing backdrop for Biersack and Valo‘s distinctive, dark vocals and the dynamic presence of Black Veil Brides. Their combined efforts bring a unique interpretation to the song, adding a modern twist while… Read more »
Just last week Black Veil Brides (BVB) and Ville Vallo (VV) announced a lengthy co-headlining tour igniting across North America this fall. The tour will kick off on September 10th in Louisville, KY, and hit 31 cities throughout the US and Canada before concluding in Riverside, CA on October 20th. Today they shared a teaser announcing a collaborative cover track of “Temple Of Love” originally by Sisters Of Mercy. Black Veil Brides posted a pre-save link for the new song this morning. Check it out: Read More: corook Announces “serious person” Tour Black Veil Bride’s frontman Andy Biersack spoke about teaming… Read more »
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Black Veil Brides and VV (Ville Valo) are set to ignite stages across North America with their explosive co-headline tour this fall, accompanied by Dark Divine as support. The tour will kick off on Sept. 10 in Louisville, KY, and hit 31 cities throughout the US and Canada before concluding in Riverside, CA on Oct. 20. “We cannot wait to join forces with Ville Valo and give both of our audiences in North America an unforgettable experience each night,” Black Veil Brides frontman Andy Black shares. “This run has been in the works for quite a while. We couldn’t be… Read more »
In This Moment has tapped into their divine prowess and ascended to “GODMODE,” as evidenced by the awe-inspiring release of the very track that shares its name with their eagerly awaited full-length album. Continuing the artistic journey set in motion by 2020’s Mother, In This Moment‘s highly-anticipated new album, GODMODE, is poised to make its mark on October 27, courtesy of BMG. Following the release of the album’s debut track, “The Purge” earlier this year, “GODMODE” emerges as a forceful anthem that blurs the lines between vulnerability and strength, darkness and light. From the very first notes, the listener is… Read more »
When a sleazy American Hollywood film director is murdered, it’s up to an English inspector and his overly eager Constable to solve the case.
Coffee is great. Coffee is life. Thank you for coming to my TED Talk. It’s time to Rise Rock n’ Shine… Who: THRILL YOU KILL YOU is an LA-based artist in the purest sense. She writes, produces, and engineers her own genre-fusing brand of music. TYKY brandishes her imperfections and weirdness as an authentic battering ram demolishing the veneer of societal conformity. What: Press play and get this “Hotline” to your headphones! Why: Get into the tense, sexy headspace of “Hotline” with its gurgling bassline, reverberating high-pitched tones, and syncopated drums. The hypnotic vocals drift along the song, sounding as… Read more »
Legendary stage and screen actress Cicely Tyson passed away yesterday at the age of 96. The announcement was made by her long-time manager Larry Thompson. Tyson was best known for portraying meaningful women of substance, clearing the path for so many women—and especially Black women—to follow, earning her a multitude of award wins and nominations. She has been nominated for 14 Emmy Awards and won two. Her win for the 1974 CBS telefilm The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman made her the first African-American to win for lead actress. The icon was also nominated for an Oscar in 1973 for… Read more »