After inking a deal with InVogue Records, If Not For Me has launched their label debut single “Demons” with an accompanying music video. The powerfully charged track expertly embodies and reflects the arduous struggle of being trapped and powerless in the face of your own destructive tendencies. “Demons” serves as a profound reminder of the deep self-awareness accompanying the experience of being captive to your own will. If Not For Me‘s unparalleled fusion of alternative, hardcore, and rock with their introspective lyrics has struck a resounding chord, solidifying the band’s formidable presence. Their enthralling sound and emotionally charged performances have… Read more »
The birds are chirping and the music is playing. It’s time to Rise Rock n’ Shine with exclusives of your next favorite tracks… Who: Arizona’s Wanderer is making the pop tracks you’ve been waiting for your whole life. What: “California Looks Good” sounds like watching the sunset at the beach with your summer love. Why: Summer’s not over yet but “California Looks Good” is here to take it away with style. We can’t wait to crank this song as we enjoy the last of long days and sunny skies. FFO: idobi Anthm “Hey everyone, I’m super excited to share my… Read more »
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The inspiration for “She Loves Me Not,” the first single from Papa Roach’s upcoming album, Lovehatetragedy, didn’t come easy to frontman Jacoby Shaddix. The track is about his sometimes-turbulent relationship with his wife, Kelly, who recently gave birth to their first child, Makaile Cielo Shaddix. The chorus, which includes the lines, “I don’t know if I care/ I’m the jerk/ Life’s not fair/ Fighting all the time/ This is out of line/ She loves me not,” illustrates the stress of trying to juggle your relationship and your band. “I feel like anything I do is just not enough,” Shaddix, formerly… Read more »
For metal and heavy rock fans of the Midwest, today is a big announcement day. Sonic Temple Festival 2024 officially shared their lineup for their upcoming event. Taking place May 16-19, festival-goers can see a major fest at Historic Crew Stadium in Columbus. Of course, the headliners are worth the travel and ticket price alone. Disturbed will headline on Thursday, The Original Misfits take the stage on Friday, Pantera will perform on Saturday, and Slipknot will close out the entire fest on Sunday night. Beyond the fabulous headliners, Sonic Temple is expanding by adding a fourth stage to accommodate 40… Read more »
Marking their first new music since 2022’s the classic symptoms of a broken spirit, UK behemoths Architects have issued their pummeling new track, “Seeing Red,” with an accompanying music video. The group’s latest release, arriving via Epitaph Records, ignites with colossal guitar riffs, thunderous drums, and vocalist Sam Carter’s commanding delivery. While already boasting an infectious catchiness from the outset, “Seeing Red” transforms into an anthem powerhouse, propelled by an authoritative choir chorus. Read more: Dayseeker Announces Spring 2024 Tour With Polaris “We’re so happy to release ‘Seeing Red’ and to announce our US tour,” Carter shares. “This marks another… Read more »
NOT A TOY may have just released their debut LP PRBLMS earlier this year, but they have a little surprise in store for fans who want more. Today, the alt-pop/R&B quartet shared a new single and accompanying music video for hyperpop-infused track “simp” via Fearless Records. The music video showcases “A Night In New York,” and follows a dancing lead vocalist Branson Hoog throughout the city as he meets up with his fellow bandmates along the way. Check out the undeniably catchy, bouncy love song below. The group shares that this song’s release was a basically a surprise for them,… Read more »
Mental health, toxic relationships, addiction, and friendships are all intricate themes on nosebleeder, the newest album from Lil Lotus out today. An impressive sophomore effort, the Los Angeles-based rocker has transcended the typical sonic expectations of a pop punk record. He incorporates diaristic lyricism into anthemic melodies and trap-inspired production, deliver an album that is sure to resonate with lovers across eclectic genres. “I feel like a lot of songs are just me singing universally in the hope that somebody connects to the topics,” Lil Lotus shares speaking on nosebleeder. Earlier this week he shared a collaborative track featuring MOD… Read more »
The four-piece, self-proclaimed “heavy pop” ensemble, The Home Team, has unleashed their latest dance-worthy single, “Loud,” accompanied by a cleverly satirical new music video. The new release marks the group’s first since signing with Thriller Records earlier in the year. Distinguished by the group’s amalgamation of infectiously groovy guitar work, commanding basslines, and the captivating vocal range of Brian Butcher, “Loud” is an exhilarating experience and a damn good time. Complementing the pulsating energy of the track is a satirical music video, cleverly parodying directors and harkening back to the nostalgic vigor of VH1 Classic programming. The video serves as… Read more »