The Song "Cold World" is the second video from the new record "Violencer" which will be released September 7th 2018 via BDHW Rec.
Brighton 4 piece BLACK PEAKS release their brand new single 'Electric Fires’, Friday 3rd August. It is the 3rd new single this year, and the band will be releasing their hugely anticipated, Adrian Bushby produced (Grammy award winner for Muse, Foo Fighters) 2nd album 'All That Divides', on October 5th through Rise Records/BMG.
BLACK PEAKS front man Will Gardner on the new single 'Electric Fires':
"'Electric Fires' was one of the first songs we wrote for 'All That Divides', and was one that had a few live outings towards the end of the Status tour. The song in many ways is one of our most straight-forward. Lyrically the song is a bit of a sarcastic comment on the beliefs of certain conspiracy theorists, Flat-Earthers etc. Essentially we just had fun with that idea, and wrote a song about how our Alien forefathers came here from Mars at the dawn of civilisation to build the pyramids, which, of course, 100% totally happened. Stay woke, kids.'
Visual by Jēkabs Vilkārsis
Recorded by Denis Devichensky & Den Lukyanov at Buzzylick and Voshod Studios
Mixed by Дмитрий Васильев
Mastered by Colin Davis at Imperial Mastering
Cover artwork by Maria Nemm
Punk rock agitators Drug Church have announced their upcoming third full-length, 'Cheer', due out November 2nd on Pure Noise Records. 'Cheer' finds the band amplifying their seemingly contradictory strengths to somehow make their most accessible work to date. Lead single 'Avoidarama' showcases Drug Church's skill at deftly combining pummeling riffs with undeniable hooks, while its Ian Shelton-directed video interprets frontman Patrick Kindlon's sardonic storytelling with a subject who plays dead to avoid awkward interactions.
Drug Church are a glorious contradiction. They are an unabashedly aggressive band that writes hooks you can’t stop humming: too poppy for the heavy crowd, too heavy for the poppy crowd. Their frontman is a singer who rarely sings and delivers lyrics that revel in the darkest corners of the human condition, but are just as likely to make you laugh as they are to make you flinch.
They loudly shout the uncomfortable truths we prefer to ignore but somehow make us want to shout along with them; they make serious music but don’t take themselves too seriously; they are completely adverse to planning but have accidentally built a loyal cult following. On 'Cheer', the band has doubled down on their Drug Church-iest impulses and improbably emerged with an album that's sure to please longtime fans and turn new heads. If there’s anything intentional about Drug Church, it’s knowing the value of being unintentional.
Julian's Lullaby band formed in 2006 aiming to make a blend of metal rock music enriched with neo-classical, symphonic and acoustic-folk rock elements.
Recently they released the second full-length album with 10 new songs titled “Prisoner of emotions” by the Russian label “Musica”.
Anna Lullaby: Vocals
George Saddler: Vocals/ Bass/ Lyrics
Charis Kambitsis: Drums
Elias Negrin: Guitars/ compositions/ arrangements
Session Musicians/ Artists (Prisoner of Emotions)
Antre Paras: Lead guitars
Argyris Paraskevas: Violin
Anna Spanogiorgou: additional lyrics
Rising rock band Crown The Empire have released a video for brand new song'20/20'. This is the bands first new music since 2016 album 'Retrograde'.
Talking on the personal and poignant track, singer Andy Leo said "I started to feel like I was living in a world where, even though we're more connected than ever, I felt more alone than ever. It's too easy to point the finger at vanity and self-obsession in technology, all the while being just as much a part of it."
Leo continues, "This is a letter to myself to remind me that I'm still human first. Thanks to everyone for sticking with Crown this far. I hope you enjoy this one."
Crown the Empire initially previewed the track to overwhelming enthusiasm while supporting Asking Alexandria and Black Veil Brides in front of packed houses across the US. The track amplifies the hallmarks of their signature sound — swinging from evocative and emotionally charged verses into sweeping hooks backed by robust riffing and cinematic electronics. The video, with its provocative sci-fi narrative, perfectly captures this like an episode of NETFLIX's Black Mirror gone hard rock.