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Black Veil Brides And Ville Valo Collaborate On Sisters Of Mercy Cover

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 »


Black Veil Brides Tease Collab Cover With Ville Valo

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 »


Black Veil Brides And Ville Valo (VV) Announce Co-Headline Tour

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 »


YUNGBLUD Launches New Era With “Lowlife”

Our favorite rebellious, loudmouth, YUNGBLUD, has returned with his groundbreaking new single “Lowlife.” The track marks YUNGBLUD’s first taste of new music in 2023 and arrives via Locomotion/Geffen Records. With this track, the UK sensation sheds the skin of his previous releases and enters a new era. YUNGBLUD‘s latest endeavor serves as a testament to his unwavering commitment to using music as a unifying force and a catalyst for radical change, while also allowing him to reconnect with his sonic roots. With an intensity and an abundance of passion, “Lowlife” emerges as a relentless, rebellious, and high-powered anthem. It flawlessly… Read more »


HIM to headline UK rock festival

HIM will be the star attraction at this spring’s Give It A Name rock festival, Sound Generator can reveal. Confirmed today, the Californian rockers will head one night, in London, for the hard rock event, which travels through London, Birmingham and Glasgow in late April. Joining HIM on the bill will be The Used, playing second headliner. High energy slots will also come from Alexisonfire, Juliette and the Licks, From First To Last, Mindless Self Indulgence and Cry For Silence. Both the other two shows in Birmingham and Glasgow will be headlined by Jimmy Eat World and Brand New. Dates… Read more »


Pure Noise Records Announces Stacked Cover Compilation

The Nashville-based punk rock label, Pure Noise Records has announced the second installment of their Dead Formats compilation albums. Dead Formats Vol. 2 will see many bands from the Pure Noise Records roster covering classic songs across the punk and rock genres. The album will drop on September 15th and holds an impressive fifteen tracks in total. So far, three tracks have dropped. This includes a cover of “Losing A Whole Year” originally by Third Eye Blind and performed by Knuckle Puck, “Come Dancing” originally by The Kinks and performed by Less Than Jake, and “Lithium” originally by Nirvana and… Read more »

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