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Dark Divine Immerse Us In New Single “Drown,” Sign To Thriller Records

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 »


How Jackson's "Thriller" changed the music business

In early 1984, when Epic Records executives presented their slate of upcoming releases at the convention in Hawaii of parent company CBS Records they couldn’t resist playing up the success they were experiencing. So between the pitches for new albums, Epic inserted stock footage of semi trucks and a voice-over that thunderously announced, “There goes another load of Michael Jackson’s Thriller albums!” Trucks weren’t really leaving the warehouse every few minutes, but Thriller was still shattering expectations more than a year after its November 30, 1982, release. Epic was selling more than 1 million copies per month in the United… Read more »


Honey Revenge

In this episode of Punk Goes Pride, Honey Revenge sat down with Tate Logan to chat about the release of their brand new single “Ride”, their signing to Thriller Records and their successful growth on TikTok. As long time friends in the alternative scene, this episode is packed with jokes and sarcasm that is sure to make you laugh along with them.


Rain City Drive Reimagines Their Song “Frozen”

Rain City Drive has reimagined their latest single, “Frozen,” via Thriller Records. The alt-hardcore act originally released the single in September but has given it an almost holiday-edge decoration to it. The first version was featured on Apple Music’s Breaking Hard Rock playlist. Reworking songs isn’t new; however, the band incorporated post-hardcore sounds with poppy beats and melodies in “Frozen (Reimagined)” while sprinkling in some holiday belles, which helps in slowing down the quicker pacing of the original. With softer vocals as well, the song sounds like it could be in an alt-rock version of a Hallmark or Lifetime holiday… Read more »


The Home Team Brings Their “Loud” Energy To Satirical New Video

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 »


Honey Revenge Announce “The Retrovision” Headlining Tour

Your favorite pop-rock duo, Honey Revenge is heading out on their first ever headlining tour this fall! The tour kicks off on November 1st in Las Vegas, NV and runs through November 26th in Anaheim, CA. They will hit cities like St. Louis, Columbus, Tampa, Amityville and more. This run is in celebration of the success of their debut album Retrovision that dropped via Thriller Records in June of this year. It boasted many popular singles like “Distracted“, “Rerun“, “Airhead“, and “Are You Impressed?“. The duo also recently collaborated with Magnolia Park on their track “Unholy Heart“. These two have… Read more »


The Word Alive Unleash Collaborative “Hate Me” With Loveless

A harmonious collision of two magnetic musical forces, The Word Alive and Loveless, has unveiled an electrifying collaboration on “Hate Me.” What initially sparked as a playful exchange between The Word Alive‘s vocalist, Telle Smith, and Loveless‘ vocalist, Julian Comeau, on Twitter, has evolved into a blazing single that surges with unapologetic passion. This scorching collaboration is poised to make its mark as a standout track on The Word Alive’s highly anticipated upcoming album, Hard Reset, dropping via Thriller Records on August 25. “Hate Me” stands as the premiere collaborative offering from Hard Reset, marking a powerful prelude to a… Read more »


Telle Smith Shares Why The Word Alive Needed A ‘Hard Reset’

    Just ahead of the release of their seventh studio album Hard Reset, The Word Alive frontman Telle Smith stopped by the idobi Studios in North Hollywood and told me why the latest era of the band truly is a… hard reset. From a recent lineup change to signing with Thriller Records—a new label created by Fearless Records founder Bob Becker—Hard Reset is inspired by self-reflection in a shut down world, a fresh start within the band’s camp, and a new perspective for Smith following a healthy break-up. The Word Alive have taken their years of experience within the… Read more »


RILEY Sees The Value of ‘CHANGE’ With New EP

Emo rapper RILEY has dropped his new EP, CHANGE, via Thriller Records. The Los Angeles-based artist, known for his whip-smart lyricism and catchy hooks, is back with seven new tracks featuring guest appearances by some of his friends in the industry. His first release since his 2022 full-length City of Angels, RILEY is excited to share the latest iteration of his sound with his fans.  Last night, the artist sat down with our very own Fish to talk about the start of his career and the meaning behind the record. Knowing each other since Warped Tour days, RILEY first started… Read more »

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