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ERRA Drops New Single, “Crawl Backwards Out Of Heaven”

ERRA isn’t done teasing their fans before their upcoming album, CURE. The LP will arrive on April 5 via UNFD, but in the meantime, they’ve dropped another single, “Crawl Backwards Out Of Heaven.” With this release, the act taps into their heavier side. Read more: Spotify Showcases MARROW Playlist In Star-Studded Trailer This track continues the band’s message of seeking connection amid tragedy. “We choose the things that cause us pain/In pursuit of becoming human,” J.T. Cavey screams. It reiterates the ethos of introspection and isolation and what it means for society going forward. Needless to say, listeners can expect… Read more »


ERRA Drops Music Video For New Track “Blue Reverie”

ERRA has dropped a music video for their latest single, “Blue Reverie,” from their upcoming album, CURE. The LP will arrive on April 5 via UNFD. The music video takes place in a similar landscape to their previous single release. Staying in the same world works in favor of the act to further emphasize the environmental messaging they want to give to fans. The band plays in an abandoned home with large, dirty windows that are slightly illuminated. It illustrates the lyrics in the chorus through their mise-en-scène, “Get me back home to hide away/Hide away/Slip back into my silhouette.”… Read more »


ERRA Announces Tour With Make Them Suffer, Void Of Vision, & Novelists

After captivating fans with the release of their latest single, “CURE,” the leading title track pulled from the four-piece’s forthcoming full-length studio album of the same name, ERRA has announced their spring U.S. tour. The 30-show tour will feature the talents of Make Them Suffer, Void Of Vision, and Novelists as support across the entire run. The CURE North American tour is scheduled to kick off on April 23 in Philadelphia, PA, and will run through June 2, where the band will conclude in New York City, NY.  Read more: The Ghost Inside Announces ‘Searching For Solace,’ Drops “Wash It… Read more »


ERRA Releases New Song “CURE” And Announces Upcoming Album

Metalcore band ERRA releases the title track off of their upcoming album, “CURE” via UNFD. The LP comes out on April 5. The act surprised fans with a countdown to the video on the label’s YouTube channel. The music video is set in an almost apocalyptic setting with everything getting sucked-up into the sky. They also posted a Reel to their Instagram with the caption: “[longing for a wish or a cure]. The clip has sounds of a transmission that was interrupted, with typewriter texts changing rapidly. Fans commented about a potential tour, a new album, or both. One user… Read more »


6 Most Underrated Horror Movies Of 2023

The horror genre has certainly made a mainstream comeback in recent years with the box office success of films like Hereditary, Nope, A Quiet Place, and M3GAN. A genre that ebbs and flows in popularity with the public, dominating decade’s like the 70’s and 80’s but falling short in the 90’s and early 2000’s, we are lucky to see it widely favored again. In the last five years or so, we have seen many new films hit theatres that are extremely unique and break through the mold of common horror expectations like Barbarian or X. We have also seen a… Read more »


ERRA Unleashes “Pale Iris,” Their First New Single In A Year

After more than a year sans a new release, ERRA, comprised of J.T. Cavey, Jesse Cash, Conor Hesse, Alex Ballew, and Clint Tustin, have unleashed their punishing new single and accompanying music video for “Pale Iris.” Cavey’s commanding growl takes you in a chokehold within seconds of the new track kicking in, his grip unyielding until Cash provides an ephemeral respite. Similar to their past releases, “Pale Iris” presents a profound, introspective narrative courtesy of Cash’s prolific songwriting. As the song progresses, ERRA skillfully integrates atmospheric elements with their signature metalcore prowess, creating a unique fusion of boisterous sound. Read… Read more »


Letdown. Confidently Proclaims “Happiness Is Overrated”

Coming off of the resounding success of their debut collection, Crying In The Shower, which dropped earlier this year, Letdown. is back with the dizzyingly introspective “Happiness Is Overrated.” Following the chorus’ poignant proclamation, “This is not another party song/Just someone barely holding on,” Letdown.’s latest masterpiece delves deep into the sacrifices and measures vocalist Blake Coddington is willing to take to shield himself from being hurt. The song, accompanied by a captivating music video, explores themes of disillusionment and the pursuit of true happiness—if it exists. From the opening chords, “Happiness Is Overrated” sets a haunting tone, drawing listeners… Read more »


Star Wars Is Overrated & Phoneboy

Listen Up! On todays episode its Star Wars Day, the newest national holiday! Plus the guys from Phoneboy jump on the zoom machine to talk about their new album… enjoy! The Brett Davern Show is streamed LIVE daily at 10am (eastern) 7am (pacific) on idobi Radio at https://idobi.com. Follow Brett on social media @BDavv, Katie : @KatieLeclerc, the show @BrettDavernShow


Overrated Movies

Listen Up! This time on episode 729, Brett and Katie dust off the ‘ole topic jar and discuss the most overrated movies …enjoy! The Brett Davern Show is streamed LIVE daily at 10am (eastern) 7am (pacific) on idobi Radio at https://idobi.com. Follow Brett on social media @BDavv, Katie : @KatieLeclerc, the show @BrettDavernShow

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