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Static Dress Gets Visceral In New Video “Di-sinTer (GLITTER REDUX)”

England’s own Static Dress continuously outdoes themselves every time they share a new release. Today, the metal-forward band released a revamped track and accompanying music video for “Di-sinTer (GLITTER REDUX),” from their forthcoming deluxe LP Rouge Carpet Disaster (Redux) due out on September 15. You can score the pre-order vinyl for the 16-track album right now.  Reminiscent of Deftones, the new version of their 2022 track combines myriad sounds of emo, metalcore, and modern rock, ultimately refining its more raw elements. As for the visuals, the recent Roadrunner Records signees take a true-to-form DIY approach to their work. Vocalist Olli… Read more »


Static Dress Share “such.a.shame” Smoking Lounge Redux

The UK post-hardcore trio, Static Dress has released a brand new, reimagined version of “such.a.shame” today. The new version comes ahead of the reissue of their 2022 album Rogue Carpet Disaster. The band recently signed a deal with Roadrunner Records and will issue the new re-release titled Rogue Carpet Disaster (Redux) on September 15th. It can be pre-ordered here! Along with the Smoking Lounge Redux of “such.a.shame”, the group has also released a brand new visual. Read More: Paramore Announces Australia And New Zealand Shows The new version of the song finds Static Dress in a much more refined, pulled-back… Read more »


Korn Whip Out Maggots, Flames, Crucifix-Emblazoned Dress At NY Concert – Review

Mega-nü-metal bands are kinda like Microsoft. Every time they unveil a product, it’s gotta be more advanced than the last, and each new offering is accompanied with a celebration that upstages the one before. On November 15, 1999, as Korn prepared to release their fourth album, Issues, the band played a rock show at the legendary Apollo Theatre in the Harlem neighborhood of New York, a site usually foreign to rock shows. On Monday night, to christen the release of their new disc, Untouchables, the band simulcast a one-hour concert from the Hammerstein Ballroom to 40 movie theaters across the… Read more »


Pinkshift Announces “The Eat Your Friends Tour” With JHARIAH And Pollyanna

Pop-punk powerhouse Pinkshift is hitting the road this fall for a special North American headliner! Hilariously titled the Eat Your Friends Tour, the three-piece unit is bringing JHARIAH and Pollyanna along for the ride. The run will kick off on September 19 at Riot Fest in Chicago, IL, and end on October 21 in Miami, FL.  The Eat Your Friends Tour marks Pinkshift’s biggest headlining run to date. After an incredible summer opening slot for L.S. Dunes, along with their upcoming European appearances at Pukkelpop and Reading & Leeds, the band is excited to return home and perform for their… Read more »


nothing,nowhere. Unveils 2023 VOID ETERNAL Headlining Tour

nothing,nowhere., the genre-fluid artist hailing from Vermont, is poised to embark on the highly anticipated VOID ETERNAL Fall Tour spanning across North America in support of his recent album release of the same name. This captivating tour promises to be a remarkable experience, combining the creative forces of nothing,nowhere. with the exceptional talent of support acts SeeYouSpaceCowboy, Static Dress, and UnityTX.  VOID ETERNAL marks the inception of a new, heavier chapter for the Vermont-based artist, representing his boldest offering to date. With 12 tracks that venture fearlessly into the darkness, nothing,nowhere. pushes the boundaries as he walks down a path… Read more »

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