American Rock band FAITH & SCARS has released the official music video for "Rain." Directed by Jaiden Hord Frost, "Rain" is off of their sophomore album, Revolver. "This was the 1st video we filmed for Revolver, and it was a blast! In a lot of ways, filming this video was a dream come true. We spend a lot of time … Continue reading FAITH & SCARS Releases Official Music Video for “Rain”!
California Metal outfit NIGHT DEMON are pleased to unveil a special treat for their European fans: a limited 7" vinyl single for the song "Black Widow" taken from the band's new highly acclaimed record Darkness Remains. Jarvis Leatherby says: "We are pleased to announce the release of the first vinyl single from our latest release Darkness Remains! Our cover of Black Sabbath's … Continue reading NIGHT DEMON – New 7″ vinyl single (Limited) and digital single “Black Widow” out July 14, 2017
The video was filmed at Wacken 2016 and is featured on the band's upcoming live DVD/Blu-ray As The Stages Burn!, which comes out March 31st, and will be available as a Ltd. Deluxe CD+DVD+Blu-ray Box Set (EU), Ltd Edition CD+DVD Digipak, Gatefold 2LP+DVD, and as digital album. Pre-Order the CD/DVD and the LP now at … Continue reading Extreme metal giants ARCH ENEMY have released a new live video for the song “War Eternal”
Cort Launches Action DLX AS Bass Guitar SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA (Oct. 12 2016) — “Deluxe” isn’t always about high-gloss and highly figured tops; sometimes it comes down to excellence in sound and simplicity. Cort introduces the new Action DLX AS, an electric bass guitar model that delivers a deluxe sound and feel, along with a … Continue reading Cort Launches Action DLX AS Bass Guitar
Get Scared, an American rock band from Layton, Utah released their new album “Everyone’s out to get me” on November 12th; and it’s exactly what fans were hoping for after Get Scared first fantastic studio album “Best Kind of Mess”. With it being the band’s first studio album since being signed to Fearless Records, many … Continue reading “Get Scared” Proving that Rock and Roll isn’t dead.